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Fake "Restitution Payment for Online Scam Victim" Emails

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Fake "Restitution Payment for Online Scam Victim" Emails

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Scammers are sending out fake Financial Monitoring Division and FBI emails like the one below, which claim the recipients should respond to an email address in order to receive their restitution. The scammers will ask their potential victims to send them their personal information, and subsequently, ask them to send money in order to receive their restitution. But, the Financial Monitoring Division and FBI will ask online users to do so.

A Fake "Restitution Payment for Online Scam Victim" Email

Date: 4 Jul 2019, at 6:47 pm

From: Rena Danton <danton@swissmail.com>

Attn; Dear Sir/ Madam,

FILE REF ID: AU405994000

Notification Date: 07.04.2019

Notification Subject: Identity Theft Settlement

I have tried to reach you but to no avail.

Please go through the attached and get back to me immediately.

Yours Truly,

Mrs. Rena Danton

Notification Dept.

<Settlement File Doc_1.pdfx.pdf>

Financial Monitoring Division -UK

Internet Crime Complaint Center In

Partnership with:

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National

White Collar Crime Center (NW3C)

Court Notice: Restitution Payment Eligibility

Notification Ref ID: AU405994000

Court orders in the below detailed case indicate that you are eligible to receive a restitution payment for an online scam you've been a victim of.

See following case details:

The case on infamous internet fraudsters, Kevin Amuche, 32 and Henrik Bialek, has officially been tried and closed in Basel Stadt, Switzerland after numerous rejected extradition appeals. The Nigerian and Swiss nationals accordingly, were arrested at the Euro Airport, Basel while trying to flee Switzerland federal authorities in an unrelated fraud case.

The case was closed based upon the following terms; I. Court-ordered restitution -select offshore Swiss bank accounts

shall be converted into restitution funds to be remitted to eligible affected victims, II. Time served plus 257 months, court orders reveal.

The aforementioned defendants and their group of co-offenders used over 450 aliases to mask their original identities, which is why you may not be familiar with the real names of the defendants. 1 To that regard, if you do not recollect an incident, you were certainly a victim of identity theft. However, records suggest that you have been a victim because your contact details and personal information were found on several computer devices belonging to the defendants, alongside corresponding expenses, services and property acquired using your credentials. Following court orders, this

makes you eligible for restitution in the amount of £521,911.00 for damages caused by his crimes.

During investigation, authorities revealed that the operated on an international scale victimizing thousands of individuals of over 18 nationalities and hid a majority of their acquisitions in offshore Swiss bank accounts and properties. Based on that revelation, the Switzerland government concluded that the extradition proceedings would

be impossible and that litigation proceedings had to be completed with no open dissemination to avoid jurisdiction issues, as well as maintain unitary judgment and integrity in international relations. Because this was a private trial,

all victims (including you) were represented by a local court-appointed public representative.

To receive your restitution contact immediately:

Leber Wilhelm Chambers & Co. (Solicitors, Advocates/Notary Public)

Manchester, United Kingdom.

Tel: +44 161 507 1583

Email: leber@leberwilhelmllc.co.uk

https://www.leberwilhelmllc.co.uk

Leber Wilhelm Esq. and Associates, P.C. is a European based law firm with office in the UK and an impeccable track record of success and very successful at what they do. To avoid a lengthy process and complications leading from unsuccessful participants, please keep your reference Numbers safe and away from 2nd or 3rd parties.

Yours Truly,

Rena Danton

International Relation Specialist.

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Fake "Restitution Payment for Online Scam Victim" Emails