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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
| inheritance scam |
> I know this letter may come to you as a surprise but due to the way I got your contact I was pleased to confide this secret with you as long as you are not going to betray me at the end. However, Iâ€™m Mr. Jeffrey Wright, a lawyer to a contractor with the Australia Mining Company who was my client and this contractor died with his entire family on a aircraft crash five years ago when he was traveling with his family for summer holiday.
> I actually contacted you because you happen to bear the same surname with that of the contractor who was my client, as a result of that I will like to present you to the Bank as the Next of Kin/Heirs to inherit his funds and disburse it within me and you. Base on the ultimatum letter the Bank has written to me that they will confiscate the said funds if I cannot provide any of his relative since I cannot front myself to make a claim. As his lawyer, I decided to contact you simply because you bear the same last name with the decease who was my client which makes it perfect.
> The principal amount is ?7.5 million pounds I have already worked out all modalities to execute the transfer successfully putting legalities into consideration; hence I seek for your consent if interested to enable me sends you more details of this Business Transaction. I wait to hear from you soonest.
> Kind Regards,
> Mr. Jeffery Wright. firstname.lastname@example.org
In further letter, \"it\" wants my full name, address, work address, and a copy of government documents. NICE!