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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Deal, Kent, United Kingdom
|+3 Inheritance Scam |
Scammer requests 'full details' and requests you contact him either by phone or email.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-07-11 07:57:16|
Much the same as the previous author. My late aunt (who only passed away a year ago) was the sole beneficiary of the estate worth USD10 420 000.00 which is sitting in a Hong Kong bank and Mr Uow was willing to split the money in half if i confirmed my full details by email or phone. The letter has no official header (just plain white A4 paper) and has apparently been sent to her through a colleague travelling to Europe so the European postal system can be utilised, in addition it says he hired an heir hunter to find her.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-07-01 05:50:02|
Received two postal scam letters supposedly from this man containing inheritance scam. Seems very unusual to receive through the post with my full name.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-06-27 07:57:57|
Letter arrived in the mail claiming a deceased relative with a similar name had left money in Mr Uow's Hong Kong bank which Mr Uow is willing to share with me if I provide my "full details". He claims to have asked a colleague to post the letter in Europe so that it could be delivered quickly.
I notice that other people of heard from him with the same name and phone number but a slightly different email address (firstname.lastname@example.org/hk)