Fake "@rbscgrps.com" Emails Being Sent by Scammers

Fake  rbscgrps.com Emails Being Sent by Scammers

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Scammers are being sent out fake emails that appear to be sent from "@rbscgrps.com" addresses. Below is one of the fake and advance-fee scam emails being sent by the scammers. The fake emails are designed to trick potential victims into sending the scammers their informationa and money.

A Fake "@rbscgrps.com" Emails Sent by Scammers

From: customercare@rbscgrps.com <customercare@rbscgrps.com>

Sent: July 12, 2019 3:12 AM

Subject: We will call you.

Thank you for your email sir,

Kindly note that to proceed with the clearance of the CASH BOND you will have to follow through the banking policy as stipulated by the Federal Deposit and Insurance Corporation (FDIC)


FDIC: Consumer Protection


It is pertinent to inform you that the account activation process is carried out by the monetary authorities here in Republic of India which entails carrying out a due diligence to ascertain that the account is

fully functional and operational in Republic of India, for you as a non-resident and that is why we request for a setup/activation deposit which will be used as a security deposit with the monetary authorities,

this forms the first transaction on your account and is fully refundable after termination of your account.

In view of the prevailing money laundering / terrorism fund laws, and for our strict security and control purposes, you are hereby requested to open an offshore account with us at Royal Bank of Scotland to

facilitate the tracking of Electronic Transmit Amount for direct swift evacuation to your other indicated bank accounts anywhere in the world.

Be informed that we cannot transfer the money directly to your Bank account because of the “class of account” the BOND is lodged,and it is impossible to deduct from your bond which will only be turn to cash

once all necessary instructions has been followed.

For you to have access to the funds, an “Offshore Account” must be opened in your name and the Bonds funds $3,500,000.00 will be transferred to it. From the opened account in your name, you will be able to transfer the funds to your designated Bank account(s) anywhere in the world and we will also be provided you with your ATM to your account. I wait a positive response from you. Nothing will be used against you,this is a reputable financial institution and all your info is very safe and will only be use for the purpose of your account opening.


Mr Brown Stewart.

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Fake "@rbscgrps.com" Emails Being Sent by Scammers