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Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa: Tiffany Plymouth Clark, whraf,

Fraudulent message

Date: Feb 2023

World Human Rights & Aids Foundation

Dear Participant(s)

Greetings from WHRAF, Your response was well received and reviewed, and we commend your passion and zeal to impact the lives of the commoners in your country/community.

However, This is important information, We are not dealing with any country embassy, we are dealing directly with immigration here in the United State due to the number of expected participants from different parts of the world, it is a group process, not an individual process.
WHRAF will process your document here in the united state after you must have gotten your reference number which will be your file number, send it to your country address, and give you a lay-down on who to meet in your country's embassy with the command of the United State immigration to stamp your visa with the document you will receive which will qualify you to stamp your passport with at least 3 months United States Visa, it is important that we let you know the process.

You can't get a visa without a certified document.

Is this process clear to you?

Are you still willing to proceed?

Get back to us as soon as you can.

Tiffany Plymouth Clark

World Human Rights & Aids Foundation (WHRAF)
Phone: +1 (323) 676 6308
Fax: +1 (844) 381 2123
Address: 5609 Old Court Road, Windsor Mill, Baltimore, MD 21244-1146, USA.


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