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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
|+2 Official Letter Beneficiary Settlement |
Was done on cheap paper . Didn't even look professional.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-06-29 16:51:07|
Says in a letter he works for one of the financial institutions here in the United States. Institution not identified. Suggest we claim a 5.2 million USD estate for the only reason we have the same family name of their late client. Â« I know you may not de related to him, but having the same last name with him and coming from the same country with him have made it easy to make this claim Â».
In clear, this scammer suggest we make a fraudulent estate claim, assuring that this transaction is 100 % risk free and legal.
Will there be any nut who will send him the personal information he asks for for the moment, being certain he will ask for transaction fees or other monies soon?
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-06-19 17:23:35|
Letter in mail saying could possible inherit the estate of wealthy american with same last name. Clearly a form letter where the last name is just dropped in as needed, they did not even address to my full name nor was it signed. Cheap paper photo copy - beware!