Monday, November 1, 2010

From U.S.A. Internal Revenue Service Department - Spam / Junk eMail

From: Mr.Douglas Shulman [mailto:jrspringer2000@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2010 5:36 PM
To: undisclosed recipients:

Subject: From U.S.A. Internal Revenue Service Department.

U.S.A. Internal Revenue Service Department.
Bureau of Consular Affairs
Washington , DC 20520
Contact person: Mr.Douglas Shulman
Email:(usainternalrevenueservice@yahoo.com.hk)

Good Day My Dear;

We write to inform you that your package with reference number 2661428 has been in Customs facility custody waiting for resolutions of the clearance to further the delivery to your delivery address by the delivery Agent who came all the way from Africa.We have been waiting for you to contact us regarding your consignment box which the agent suppose to deliver to you which was on hold by USA Customs Department and they are requesting for clearance certificate which will be obtain from the origination of the consignment box before it will be released from the Customs to the delivery agent to complete the delivery.

After the phone call we made on your behalf to the USA Customs Authority and the Government of Benin Republic, it was resolved that the delivery of your consignment to your address must be complete within two (2) working days upon your compliance to our directives; You should send the sum of $97.00 usd to obtain the needed Ownership-clearance certificate from Benin Republic.

The clearance charges which was initially on the high price has been cut down by the US Embassy in Benin Republic considering the poor economic situations that make it difficult for the middle class citizens to meet up with the clearance of their entitlement.

We will upon the confirmation of your clearing charge assign our Diplomat Agent (Mr.James Smith) to travel to USA and collect your package and proceed with the delivery.

Meanwhile you are advice to reconfirm the below information upon contacting us to avoid delivery to wrong person after obtaining the needed Ownership-clearance certificate from Benin Republic because that is what the Customs here are waiting for .

1- Your Full Name
2- Your Delivery Address
3- Your Contact Telephone Number
4- Your Occupation
5- Your Identification (Passport number or ID Card number)

Once you notify us with the above information and the needed Ownership-clearance certificate from Benin Republic, the USA Customs will release your consignment to you and it will be delivered to you by the agent, You can contact us with the following information,


Contact person: Mr.Douglas Shulman
Email: ( usainternalrevenueservice@yahoo.com.hk)

You also advise to contact the delivery agent as well with the delivery address of yours and his e-mail address is this below.

Name : Mr. James Smith
E-mail:(honesty20102010@live.com )

Note that you are expected to pay only $97.00 usd for Ownership-clearance certificate and you are to pay it to Benin Republic as the origination of the package in favour of Mr. Ekwealor Madueke Alexander as our accountant officer in Benin Republic Send the $97.00 usd through western union once you receive this mail with the information below for immediate release of your package,

Receivers Name:====. Ekwealor Madueke Alexander
Country/City:=======Benin Republic
Test Question:=======what city
Answer: ===========cotonou
Amount:===========$97.00.00usd

Once you send the money to Benin Republic to this name , please try to notify us with the MTCN so that we can contact Mr. Ekwealor Madueke Alexander for easy pick up and for immediate action on the release of your Ownership-clearance certificate.

Note that any unclaimed consignment will be return to Benin Republic Government after 7 days.

So you are urgently advised to comply with our directives so that the Customs will release your consignment.

Yours Sincerely

Mr.Douglas Shulman Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service.

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