A "Del Rio International Airport Texas" Advance-Fee Scam
From: Del Rio International Airport Texas <email@example.com>
Date: January 12, 2020 at 10:08:00 PM MST
Subject: Your Consignment Box Reg: JG1N8875BS is available for delivery to you as the beneficiary.
DRT AIRPORT SECURITY
Del Rio International Airport(DRT)
1104 W 10th St, Del Rio, TX 78840, United States
ATTENTION: Notice On Your Consignment Box Reg: JG1N8875BS.
Today we discovered an abandoned metal box with reg;JG1N8875BS originally scheduled to be delivered to you by the agency (International Payment Service) New York. The metal box, when scanned by a forensic scanner it was revealed to contain 100 dollar bills valued $10.5 Million USD(Ten Million Five Hundred Thousand United States dollars) which has been under Security surveillance for some days now.
I am writing to inform you that we have investigated the said Metal box and the investigation proved the legitimacy of its content. Note, The Funds which belongs to you was initially scheduled for delivery to you.
Information at my disposal states that the Diplomat who arrived with the Consignment made several attempts to reach you via the available means as the mails sent could not be delivered,all efforts proved abortive so he decided to leave the case behind.
You are therefore advised to make contact with Richard Howard (Dispatch Officer) of Broadefest Courier Service,which is the courier company in charge of the storage unit your box is in order to assist you recover your Consignment box and deliver it to your home. You may contact him through his email [firstname.lastname@example.org] to recover your Consignment or we will be compelled to list your Fund as an unclaimed consignment and maybe forfeited and moved to the United States Treasury Department for holding.
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(Mrs) Susan C. Bells
Del Rio International Airport Texas.