federal reserve bank scams

I received a call about a government grant with address 33 liberty street new york, ny 10045 and I was suprised(so I suspected a federal reserve bank scam).A few minutes I received this mail:


WELCOME TO FEDERAL RESERVE BANK DEAR SOLE BENEFICIARY

Attn: Beneficiary

The total sum owed to you by 4 banks mention (4) different banks, NatWest Bank 
of London, Central Bank of Nigeria, Benin Republic and Bank of America was 
compiled and submitted to my desk. $ 4,500,000.00 (Four Million Five Hundred 
Thousand United States Dollars).

Now the fund has been totally lodged in one particular Escrow account (non 
deductible) here in the Federal Reserve Bank on your name, while waiting for 
accreditation to your personal bank account in any part of the world.

Meanwhile, after due scrutiny and verification, I confirmed that you are 
disabled that the release of your payment was not released to you one flimsy 
excuses or the other from the bank officials In charge of your payment, since 
they had the intention of diverting your funds To their private accounts in 
order to satisfy their selfish interest.

You are how lucky that we are managed by the Federal Reserve Bank detected 
their evil plans and your call to me so we can personally handle the payment 
assignment to ensure that you receive your funds accordingly.

Now, the Federal Reserve Bank, so your your Federal Reserve Bank, therefore 
your funds are transferred to our banks so we can Expedite action for the 
accreditation of your funds into your account immediately.

Below are the information needed for now for your transfer.

1. Personal Details:

Full Name:
Country
City
Age
Gender-
Current Address:
Age / Gender:
Occupation:
Direct Mobile Number:
Passport Copy, ID card or DL:
Secure Email:


Note: If you prefer to receive your funds in form of a Visa Card, we could load 
and ship your visa card to your address which will permit you a daily 
withdrawal limit of US $ 5,000 or write a draft check which can be deposited in 
any bank and send to you.

In anticipating for your urgent cooperation

Yours sincerely,
Mr John Chamber
Incumbent Chairman
Federal Reserve Bank
Tel: + 1 409 571 4111(Call or Text)


Tips and Complaints
Listed below are resources to report complaints and fraud. Please read each one carefully and select the best option that fits your needs.
NOTE: If you are looking to contact the Federal Reserve Bank of New York directly, visit our Contacts page.
REPORT A FRAUD
Are you looking to report information about a potential fraud involving the use of the Federal Reserve's name? If so, please e-mail report.fraud@ny.frb.org.
BE AWARE: The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is NOT involved in any federal grant program. We urge the public to remain alert to fraudulent scams involving individuals who purport to be employees of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York does not maintain grant money or any other type of funds/accounts for individuals.
Also, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will never contact the public via unsolicited phone calls or emails asking for money or any other type of personal information.
Other Fraud-related Complaints
You may file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), the nation's consumer protection agency, which collects complaints about companies, business practices, identity theft, and government grant scams. The FTC enters all complaints it receives into Consumer Sentinel, a secure online database that is used by thousands of civil and criminal law enforcement authorities worldwide.
You can submit your report either of these two ways:
via the FTC Website: http://www.ftc.gov/ftc/contact.shtm offsite
or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357)
For more information, visit our Warnings from Other Authorities page.
COMPLAINTS ABOUT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Do you have a complaint against a bank or other financial institution? The Federal Reserve Consumer Help Center offsite.gif can assist you in filing complaints against a financial institution, answer questions about banking or financial institution practices and offer help in understanding federal consumer protection laws. Examples of complaints include if you think a bank has been unfair or misleading, discriminated against you in lending, or violated a federal consumer protection law or regulation.
To file a complaint, you can:
  • File online  offsite.gif
  • Call toll-free at 888-851-1920 (TTY: 877-766-8533) 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST
FRBNY INTEGRITY HOTLINE
The FRBNY Integrity Hotline has been established for the purpose of reporting unethical or illegal behaviors involving the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or its employees. The Hotline also accepts reports from members of the public regarding fraud, waste, and mismanagement at institutions supervised by the Federal Reserve System. Examples may include violations of applicable laws or regulations, questionable accounting, operational controls, and auditing matters.
Submit a report to the FRBNY Integrity Hotline via the website or call 1-877-52-FRBNY (1-877-52-37269) and the matter will be reported to the appropriate channels. The FRBNY Hotline is administered by a third-party vendor to ensure the anonymity of those who choose to remain anonymous.

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