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Re: Unpaid Foreign Claims
This message should be taken as a notification to you requiring urgent response as it involves the release certification of your unpaid foreign claims. Following series of investigations of some blocked foreign and local claims, we received mandate to scrutinize some of the claims and mark out the ones that are reasonable enough to be released, which led us to you as one of the beneficiaries of this unpaid foreign claims. Foreign claim awards are certified to the Department of the Treasury by the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (FCSC), an independent quasi-judicial federal agency, which is administratively a component of the U.S. Department of Justice.
The FCSC determines the validity and valuation of claims made by U.S. and non-U.S. nationals for property losses that occurred in foreign countries. Losses can result from nationalization of property by foreign governments, or property damage or loss as a result of military operations, or injury to civilian or military personnel. Compensation for such losses is authorized by Congress or follows government-to-government settlement agreements. The Department of the Treasury ensures that claimants receive the payment amount that is authorized in the public law that governs each Foreign Claims Program. Once payment has been authorized, a Payment Voucher will be mailed to the claimant. Payment will be issued after receipt of a signed Payment Voucher. In the case a deceased award holder, the proper documentation shall be verified, and claims be directed to the deceased assigned next of kin.
Please as a matter of urgency, it is important that you contact the Director of Unpaid Foreign Claims, Mr. David Burke on (315) 221 3560 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Catelyn Reginald
Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Judgment Fund Branch, Mail Stop T5-A
PO Box 1328
Parkersburg, WV 26106-1328 USA