I love it when a scammer claims to be a "U.S. soldier" who has "found money" in the "Iraqi desert" or somewhere over there. I also love the ones about "high ranking officers or bureaucrats" who are "doing the will of the President." That's what this one is about. "General Obi Marshall" found "my file," and now I'm among people "approved" by "the President" to be "paid half of my USD$8 million." The "general" says he wants my information "to be sure I'm the 'rightful owner.'"
Of course, there is no "file" on anyone; the scammer doesn't know our names. So if we give up our information, they will automatically just say that yes, we're on "the list" or "the file" that doesn't really exist. And that's when the fees begin to get nothing, because there isn't any money. Don't pay them anything.
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