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    In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium, on March 22, the U.S. Consulate General in Amsterdam reminds...

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  • Fake Emails Claiming to be from U.S. Diplomats

    We have recently been made aware of fake emails claiming to be from a U.S. diplomat serving in the Netherlands. These emails were used in attempts to scam people out of money and are fake. If you are contacted by someone claiming to be a U.S. diplomat and who asks for money, please do not respond and never promise money or favors to someone who contacts you in this manner. Any official correspondence from the U.S. Embassy or an Embassy official will be from a properly formatted U.S. Department of State email address ending in @state.gov. The Embassy is working with Dutch authorities to investigate this matter. If you have been approached by these impostors, or have other useful information on the case, please contact TheHagueSecurity@state.gov and also report the incident to www.ic3.gov. 

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