I Get Ger 2.0/Shalom 70/Kabbalah of Adam Exposed
2. Ger Leader Mike Mattlage Slanders Ray Pettersen and Noahide Nations
2.1. Ray Pettersen's Victim Notification
Proof that Mike Mattlage is a fraud.
In Mike Mattlage's slander video he claims that I partnered with a homosexual to swindle millions of dollars from people. Below is the proof that he is fabricating everything. He did this to my wife and I while we were in the process of loosing our home. Mike never contacted me, the source, to confirm anything. So, his agenda of the destruction of my wife and I as well as Noahide Nations is quite clear.
Proof that my wife and I were victims of the very crime that Mike talks about, and now victims of Mike's slander video.
DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL.
May 16, 2016
|U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
FBI - Dallas
J. Gordon Shanklin Building
One Justice Way
Dallas, TX 75220-5220
Phone: (972) 559-5684
RE: Case Number: 318B-DL-7519115
Dear Ray Pettersen:
As a Victim Specialist with the FBI - Dallas, I'm contacting you because we have identified you as a possible victim of a crime.
This case is currently under investigation by the FBI. A criminal investigation can be a lengthy undertaking, and, for several reasons, we cannot tell you about its progress at this time. A victim of a federal crime is entitled to receive certain services. The enclosed brochure introduces you to the FBI's Victim Assistance Program and the types of assistance that may be available to you.
Current information regarding the status of your case can be found on the Internet at https://www.notify.usdoj.gov or by calling the Victim Notification System (VNS) Call Center at 1-866-DOJ-4YOU (1-866-365-4968). You will need to enter your Victim Identification Number (VIN) ' ' and your Personal Identification Number (PIN) ' ' anytime you contact the Call Center and the first time you log into VNS on the Internet. If you are receiving notifications with multiple victim ID/PIN codes please contact the VNS Call Center. In addition, the first time you access the VNS Internet site, you will be prompted to enter your last name (or business name) as currently contained in VNS. The name you should enter is Pettersen.
You can also use the Call Center and the Internet to correct/update your contact information and/or change your decision regarding participation in the notification system. Your participation in this notification system is totally voluntary. You can choose not to participate or reactivate your access at any time. In order to continue to receive notifications, it is your responsibility to keep your contact information current.
The email address VNS currently has for you is email@example.com. If this address is correct and you have not received an email from VNS within four days of the date of this letter, please check your junk/spam folder and accept emails from firstname.lastname@example.org. If the email address provided above is incorrect, please update the email address by accessing the VNS Web site. This email address has not been verified in VNS and future emails will not contain details about the nature of the notification. To receive subsequent emails with the full text of the notification you must verify this email address by accessing the VNS Internet web page using the login information provided above.
Once you have verified/updated your email address, most, if not all, future notifications will be provided by email and not by letter. If you do not verify your email address, VNS will continue (in most cases) to send letter and email notifications. However, when an email address is not verified, future emails will not contain details about the nature of the notification.
If you have additional questions related to this matter, please contact me at (972) 559-5684. When you call, please provide the file number located at the top of this letter.
If you do not want to receive email notifications from the Victim Notification System (VNS) please log into the VNS Web site at https://www.notify.usdoj.gov, select "My Information", remove your email address and click the "update" button. If you remove your email address, you will continue to receive letters from VNS except in those case which have large numbers of victims. To change your email address, select "My Information", provide a new address and click the "update" button.
If you do not want to receive any notifications in your case, select "Stop Receiving Notifications" and follow the instructions on the screen.
If you believe you have received this email in error, please contact the office listed at top of the email message.
Please note, if this is the first notification you have received from VNS you will need to wait 4-8 hours from receipt of this email before you can login to the VNS Internet site (https://www.notify.usdoj.gov). In addition, it will also be 4-8 hours before any documents which may have been uploaded to VNS as part of this notification are available under the "Downloads/Links" section on the Web page.
Please call the Victim Notification System (VNS) Help Desk at phone number 1-866-625-1631 for assistance and questions.