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Post: #1   PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:03 pm Reply with quote
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Greeting to you,
My name is Ronald K. Noble the Secretary General of the International Criminal Police Organization – INTERPOL (ICPO) the agency functions as an administrative liaison between the law-enforcement agencies and their local enforcement authority. The organization is currently investigating international fraud cyber-crime in Africa, Asia and European regions with the help of the United States Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) I want to solicit for your support and co-operation with our law enforcement agents working to get this fraudulent individuals or group arrested.
we have received a lot of complaint in our office from victims who have fallen prey to this group or individuals (cyber thief), In 2011 about an estimate of $7.5 Million Dollars was lost to perpetrators of cyber-crime and over 1.8 million people over the world have either lost asset or jobs to the sweet promise of a better gain or profit from scam artist. Different types of fraud include trick lottery fraud, advance-fee fraud, as well as insurance fraud, tax avoidance, employment scams, offshore investment scams, marriage fraud, pyramid schemes.
The situation is getting out of hand and it needs to be controlled, that is if you are willing to co-operate with us so as to put a stop to the trend by providing us information of suspicious email , telephone & fax messages requesting you to provide your facts i.e. Social security, Bank details, Credit card information or online job offer.
The International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO), investigative arm would be on watch so as to bring these fraudsters and their allies to book as we have done in recent times, you are therefore advised not to disclose the content of this email to anyone who is not of your own so as to safeguard the identity of our agents investigating in these regions.
Please note: Residence of the United States and non-residence are to forward detail complaint to:-

We can best process your complaint if we receive accurate and complete information from you. Therefore we request that you provide the following if available when filling a complaint.
*Your name, email and telephone
*Name of individual or business that defrauded you including an addresses if available.
*Email addresses, telephone number of the individual that defrauded you
*specific details on how you where defrauded and the amount
It is important that you keep any evidence you may have related to you complaint. Evidence may include but not limited to the following.

*cancelled checks
*certified or other mail receipts
*chat room or newsgroup text
*Envelope (if you received items via FedEx,ups or us mail.
*Money order receipts
*wire transfer receipts
*Printed or preferable electronic copies of email sent to you. Keep items in a safe location in the event you are requested to provide them for investigative or prosecution evidence.

Best Regards..
Ronald K. Noble
Secretary General (ICPO)
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