Possible scam email would like some help?

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lucky wright
Asked at 2012-08-04 18:55:02
Below is a copy of the entire email. I don't know if it is for real or not. It seems so official. If any one could help me it would be grately appreciated.

fromFederalReserveBailout
[email protected]

to
dateSun, May 24, 2009 at 11:56 AM
subjectFederal Reserve offers to all a $150 Billion debt bailout within 28 days
mailed-byglobecredits.com

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On behalf of the:

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
20th Street and Constitution Avenue NW,
Washington, DC 20551

The Federal Reserve offers to all a $150 Billion debt bailout.

This US bailout offer, which will enable local participants pay off all or a substantial part of Credit Card and Mortgage debts, Medicare bills and others; is a Federal Government effort in cooperation with Credit Card Institutions, Banks, Mortgage Institutions and Medicare Institutions to assist US Citizens living at home and in European / African countries cope with the challenges of the global recession under a Troubled Asset Relief Program [TARP] pact signed into law last week.

This assistance will be in the form of debt payments and non-interest grants / aids to be supervised by agents appointed by the US Government.

Federal agencies that oversee the nation's finance industry, including the FDIC and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, commented that US citizens both at home and abroad are going through very difficult conditions. Continued deleveraging by financial institutions, combined with a collapse in consumer and business confidence is depressing domestic demand across the globe, while world trade is falling at an alarming rate and commodity prices have tumbled. Worst hit are European and African countries depending largely on trade and importation. A percentage portion of the bailout funds are to be remitted to US agencies in Europe and Africa authorized to cordinate the grants/aids.

Please provide your contact details as requested below:


1. FULL NAMES
2. PHYSICAL ADDRESS [NOT PO BOX]
3. VALID PHONE NUMBERS: WORK:-
HOME:-
CELL / MOBILE:- [ A MUST]
4. EMAIL ADDRESS
5. SEX
6. PRESENT OCCUPATION
7. BUSINESS / COMPANY NAME

Pro rata awards will be rounded to multiples of $'000. Normal rounding convention will be used, except that awards under $10,000 will be rounded to $10,000.

Upon your response, a Credit Agent appointed by the Federal Reserve will contact you.

Phil Lewis
US Federal Reserve Board Member
Answer1DebraAnswered at 2012-08-21 20:11:02
is definitely false . samilar i get all the time and they are completely false
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