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Anonymous
CA
2015-05-22 17:49:02
Wills/Probate Scam
Official Beneficiary Settlement Letter  
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Accountant David Huffman
Email Address:
   huffmandavid@accountant.com\
Fax:
   18127045582
Following is an overview of the 9 paragraph letter received by an elderly friend:
Letter mail via Canada Post - return address PO Box / CP 96012, LCD / PDF 2, Mississauga ON L4Y 0A5
YOUR REF NO: .... , Official Beneficiary Settlement Letter, Date May 20 2015
Marked & underlined URGENT AND PERSONAL.
Dear (name of recipient)
I am an accountant and independent underwriting consultant, I work for one of the financial institutions here in the United States. I got your contact information through the North American Consumers database (Canada), while searching for a last name similar to my late client? A business magnate by the name .... who lived in the US for over a decade prior to his death. He died few years ago, from Cardiac Arrest.
Our Financial institution (insurance department) has issued me a notice to provide the beneficiary to the Estate of his unclaimed life insurance masterpiece fixed deposits of US$4.3 Million.
I hope to finish the claim within (14) banking days from the date of the receipt of the following information's. Through one of my email addresses: huffmandavid@accountant.com or accdavidhuffman@hotmail.com, by fax 1801-527-6356, your full name and address, Occupation, phone/fax, email address and your ref number on this letter, this information will be used in writing letters of claim respectively.
Contact me through my email address or fax for more details and the procedures of the claim. Make sure that you have a fax machine or email address in order to process your settlement.
Don't mail any document for security reasons. All documents or letters must return by fax or email attachment. Kindly keep this transaction private and personal because I am still working with this financial institution and also avoid double claim on your settlement, you don't have to worry about anything because this will be processed legally and protect you from any infraction of the law, this letter was mailed out to you when I was in Canada for official assignment.
Kindest Regards,
Mr. David Huffman

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