The Number +1 (203) 684-2908 is Being Used by Scammers

The Number +1 (203) 684-2908 is Being Used by Scammers

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Do not call telephone number +1 (203) 684-2908 because it is being used by online scammers or thieves. The scammers send out fake emails like the one below, which ask the recipients to call the same number to receive their so-called lottery prize, inheritance or donation.

A Fake Email Asking Recipients to Call +1 (203) 684-2908

From: "Federal Reserve Bank"

Sent: Monday May 6 2019 3:22:26AM

Subject: Text or call us at: +1 (203) 684-2908

Attn: Online Beneficiary,

Your details information has been received and confirmed with what we have in our database before we proceed to set up your Federal Reserve Bank Residential Online Account, we want to bring to your notice the simple procedure to achieve this aim & objectives with our bank under my supervision. First and foremost the origin of funds has previously advised in my initial e-mail was from the United Nation Organization on unpaid payments from deposit funds from Africa and Eastern Europe. Your name and contact information was retrieved from the short listed data on the file of the United Nation Organization.

If you try to recollect, you would remember conducted some businesses in either of the mentioned two tier regions (Africa and Eastern Europe) and the purpose of selection was randomly made by the United Nation Organization. Our bank stands out from all the presently distressed banks in United State and Northern America to enable the payment of your overdue transaction that has been pending for the past several years released.

I want you to clearly understand that, I am here to serve you according to the instruction from {F.B.I} Federal Bureau Of Investigations, Homeland Securities of States and United Nation Organization in particular. Moreover, I am not here to play any kind of joke with you. The clearances from US Treasury Department to enable your online Transfer go smoothly has been issue to our Bank.

Meanwhile, you have to clearly understand that, before we can set up a new Federal Reserve Bank Personal Residential Online Account for you here in our bank, the activation fee must be paid by you and it will reflect in our database and your original account which was instructed from united nation will be activated.

You have to send the sum of US$50 dollars iTunes Card to activate your Federal Reserve Bank Personal Residential Online Account, this payment will be credited to your Online account before we can fully remit the amount value of US$5,500.000.00 United States Dollars. This is why it is important that we first of all receive the Federal Reserve Bank Personal Residential Online Account activation fee in our bank, which in turn would record and file the payment of US$50 dollars iTunes Card and forward the information to our headquarters here in New York USA.

Then the funds would be received via iTunes Card registered into the system and once it is sighted, then an instruction would be issued out to that effect and the documentation would be formally presented to Federal Reserve Bank just as described in my most recent correspondence with you explaining.

Please, if you cannot afford to pay this US$50 iTunes Card don’t reply back to our e-mail; we don’t have time to beg you to set up Federal Reserve Bank Personal Residential Online under our supervision. Once you buy the US$50 dollars iTunes Card scratch and make sure you send the Copy here in Our Mail address as instruction.


My Regards

Mr. David J. Regan

Director. Online under our supervision

United States of America.

Email: federalreservebank674@gmail.com

Text or call us at: +1 (203) 684-2908

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The Number +1 (203) 684-2908 is Being Used by Scammers