Federal Reserve Savings Credit Union Reports & Reviews (1)
Victim Location 67877
Type of a scam Phishing
Mr. Mario van Hinkel continues to contact me via email about money that has been left in my name from a decease relative whom I do not know. He has advised me to keep it confidential. He sent me 3 documents: 1 id card with his supposedly picture and name on it which appears to be his bank id. He sent an Investment Certificate from the Federal Reserve Savings Credit Union with the depositor's name being my late relative. It also has the account number on it. The 3rd item he has sent me is a Federal Reserve Savings Credit Union Application (for payment processing). On the application is it asks for: Name, contact address, phone number, fax number, email address, occupation, and age.
It has a declaration statement: To the best of my knowledge the information I have given here are true and correct. It asks for me to sign and date it.
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