"Shawn Henry with the FBI advises" you to go ahead and pay a "Katherine Luby" USD$450.00 for a "legal clearance document." Katherine is to "process the document" for you as soon as you provide him with the $450. You'll notice the pronoun problem. Don't help the scammers with their English; let them figure it out on their own. They go on to say that you must "clear the document" by April 4, or else "the FBI" will charge you with money laundering. Yes, do not take too long to figure out that this is a scam LOL. The scammers "guarantee" that the "funds" will be "released" on "confirmation" of the "document." These scammers have the nerve to say that they are only being careful, because "crime is a serious problem in our community today." ROFLMFAO. Click Here for more ridiculous scammer stories, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
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