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The "U.S.Customs and Border Protection" Scam

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The "U.S.Customs and Border Protection" Scam

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The "U.S.Customs and Border Protection" email below is a fake and scam. Therefore, recipients are asked to not to follow the instructions in it; they should just delete it. This is because the fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for some so-called inheritance.

Remember, once you are asked to send money in order to receive an inheritance or a lottery prize, it is a scam.

The "U.S.Customs and Border Protection" Scam

From: "U.S.Customs and Border Protection" - test@wn.dn.ua

Date: May 9, 2019 at 5:36:53 AM MST

To: Recipients - test@wn.dn.ua

Subject: STOP ALL TRANSACTION

Reply-To: hon.manno10@gmail.com

U.S. Customs and Border protection Enforcement

Office of Investigations SAC Offices

SAC Washington, DC

2675 Prosperity Avenue

Fairfax, VA 22031

Email address:

Attention Fund Beneficiary

We have been instructed to release your Consignment Box containing the sum of $3.5million, that this Unit of U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized, which has been in our custody for a long time due to your inability to provide the Clearance certificates, which you were asked to obtain from Africa where the fund was transferred from.

You were fortunate after our investigation last month the US Department of States instructed that we should release all the fund that U.S.Customs and Border Protection seized to their owners in this Second quarter of the year 2018, you are therefore advised to come or send your representative to this office to claim your fund immediately.

You are advised to comply immediately Mr.Larry Ken on his email :{ hon.manno10@gmail.com }, Below is the office address.

U.S.Customs and Border Protection.

Office of Investigations SAC Offices

SAC Washington, DC

2675 Prosperity Avenue

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The "U.S.Customs and Border Protection" Scam