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Fake "Cyber Crimes Unit Asia Division" Emails

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Fake "Cyber Crimes Unit Asia Division" Emails

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Online users who have received fake "Cyber Crimes Unit Asia Division" emails like the one below, are asked not to follow the instructions in them. This is because the fake emails are advance-fee scams being sent by online scammers.

Remember, once you are asked to send personal information and money in order to receive some form of compensation, it is a scam.

A Fake "Cyber Crimes Unit Asia Division" Email

MESSAGE FROM CYBER CRIMES UNIT ASIA DIVISION

Thu 7/11/2019 5:12 PM

From: "Cyber Crimes Unit Asia Divison."- hankins@danielle.ga

To: Recipients

cyber Crimes Unit Asia (CCU)

In Partnership with: FBI/NW33C/LAI

Our records indicates that you are eligible to receive restitution for one or more of the Internet fraud schemes you've been a victim of. See necessary case details below.

Case on apprehended Internet fraudsters, A group of Chinese and a Vietnamese nationale and some team of Africans who were arrested on felony charges in Atlanta, June 2019 has officially been closed.

The case was closed based on the following terms;

1. Restitution order: seized assets shall be liquidated and converted into a restitution fund,

2. Time served plus 168 months.

3. 10 years probation.

The perpetrator and his group of co-offenders had over 2000 aliases originating from Russia, London, Turkey and many more masking their original identities. Our records indicate that you have also been a victim of their fraud schemes as your contact details were found on several devices belonging to the perpetrators.

Following court orders, this makes you eligible to receive restitution for damages caused by their crimes.

The united nations and world bank with years of experience on similar cases. After having consistently pursued the subjects case for two years, successfully secured restitution payment sum of USD 1,400,000.00 ( One million four hundred thousand dollars only) for each victim.

Restitutions are being ordered to be paid immediately. To start the process of receiving your restitution benefits, Kindly email the following details for the release of your compensation payment:

1.FULL NAME

2.COMPANY NAME AND ADDRESS

3.PHONE NUMBER

4.COPY OF INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT/ID CARD

5.OCCUPATION

Please be sure to quote your reference number in all correspondences.

Regards

Mr. Takayuki Oku

For Cyber Crimes Unit Asia Division

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