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7/5/19

Do scammers think (no, the answer is no) it is wise to impersonate government employees in their scams, especially high ranking ones? Just wondering.

Enjoy!

Educate yourself about scams by reading a good book!


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Dear Beneficiary,

I am Justin Muzinich, Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, US Department of the Treasury. You can get more details about me here;

[web address omitted]

I have been tasked with the responsibility of liaising with beneficiaries regarding all previously unpaid/unclaimed funds and be sure all such funds are paid before the end of this fiscal year 2019.

A directive has been issued to us to settle all outstanding payments accrued to individuals with respect to local and overseas contract payment, debt re-scheduling and outstanding compensation payment. We have been notified that you are yet to receive your fund. Fortunately, you have been selected alongside a few other beneficiaries to receive your own payment of $950,000 (Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars only). This money will hence be transferred to your nominated bank account.

You are advised to kindly reply this email with the below details enclosed to help us process your payment;

(1) Full Names:
(2) Residential Address:
(3) Date of Birth:
(4) Phone/Cell Number:
(5) Occupation:

Yours faithfully,

Justin Muzinich,
Deputy Secretary of the Treasury
(US Department of the Treasury)


How about "(6) Report idiotic scammer to law enforcement agencies"? I'll go with that.

Thanks for reading.


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