100 Days of Scams – Mystery Consignment Box

So, you’ve been contacted by a senior officer at JFK about an abandoned diplomatic consignment box, containing (approx) $12.5 M, which for some unknown reason has your name on it.

Unlikely as that seems, they want to send the box on to you, but there’s a couple of trifling details – a ‘clearance’ fee of $6,250. Pay this amount and (half) the $12 million will be yours!!!

Dear Value Beneficiary,

I am Brent Paul. Douglas, a senior officer at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) New York. I have contacted you regarding an abandoned diplomatic consignment box and the x-ray scan report box revealed some US dollar bill in it which could be approximately 12.5Million dollars and the official paper of the box indicates your contact details. To confirm you as the authentic beneficiary and also for security Purpose, do send me your full information for crossed checking of your details with the information stated in the office.


For your information, the box was abandoned by the diplomat who was on transit to your city because he was not able to pay the (JFK) clearance fee of 6,250 dollars. I have taken it upon myself to contact you personally about this abandoned box so that we can transact this as a deal and share the total money 70% for you and 30% for me. As soon as I get the requested detail from you for verification. I will pay the clearance fee and make arrangement for the box to be delivered to you which can be concluded within 4-6 hours after confirmation is made and upon your acceptance and willingness to co-operate. All communication must be held extremely confidential to ensure a successful delivery. Kindly click reply and get your correct and valid details to me as soon as you get this email.

I will give you a call after my confirmation.Reply Email: infoswiftcard@yahoo.com

Brent P. Douglas

One response to “100 Days of Scams – Mystery Consignment Box”

  1. I received this one. I also received a follow up where he would pay the fees for me if I would promse a split.

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