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 "Fraudulent Anti-Terrorist Stop Order Letter"???
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ineed1
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Posted - 03 April 2005 :  18:42:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Dear Admin and those who read this message,
Sequel to your message below. I would appreciate it very much if you could tell me do they(any of the finance company) have the right to stop order for the fund transfer? and how the local police gonna stop those case coz they are at overseas? What will happen if I already sent my account info and the money as they requested to them?

Awaiting for your responce soon. Thank you.


quote:"Warning! letter scam alert"
Fraudulent Anti-Terrorist Stop Order letters purportedly sent by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network are being sent to bank customers.... notifying consumers that mandatory fees, in amount of approximately $25,000 are required for the issuance of a anti-terrorist certificate.....if consumers receive any letters.... or experience any similar attempts to obtain account information or funds they are requested to notify their state and/or local police"

extract from http://www.fincen.gov/letterscamalert.pdf - please check out for details.[/red]

Edited by - ineed1 on 07 April 2021 06:59:59
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