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|+6 Official Beneficiary Settlement Letter |
Return address: 1450 Meyerside Drive, 7th Floor, Mississauga, Ont L5T 2N5
Company address: Maritime Investment and Consultants Inc., 315 E Main st, Suite 202 Washington, Indiana.
"you don't have to worry about anything because this transacation will be processed legally and protect you from any infraction of the law"
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-03-02 15:55:48|
Letter from Justin Williams, Western Professional Inc. who claims to be an accountant and underwriter in the U.S. but "...this letter was mailed out to you while I was in Canada for official meetings." Because of death of client, a Canadian who had lived in the US for two decades before death, and because there are no immediate family members, and because he believes I may be an extended relative, he can guarantee me that the proceeds of the unclaimed funds would be release to me legally as his beneficiary. RED FLAGS: 1. Since my last name has no roots in any genealogical tree, this is a pure fabrication on Justin Williams side; 2. The Consultants.com URL is for sale, it is not an active website; 3. Everything else in the letter from the fourth paragraph on is the normal rhetoric of a scam letter. Time is of the essence, DNA test is not necessary, detail and directions will only be given once contact is made, AND the utmost privacy is requested. Oh, and don't mail documents for security reasons - all documents must be returned by fax or email attachment. "Collaborate with me," is his request. 4. Side note: The scribbled signature does not even come close to being "Justin Williams" no matter how you look at it!
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-02-17 18:11:01|
Beneficiary unclaimed masterpiece fixed deposits of US $2.8 Million
|craig (CA) Added the following extra information on :2016-12-13 13:20:25|
received letter from scammer stated dead relative in us died and left $2.8 million us for me to claim ect. same scam on here different name
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2016-01-02 20:35:50|
A one page letter saying (with poor spelling!) that he wants to use my "name as the beneficiary to this unclaimed fund..... " Of "His unclaimed life insurance masterpiece fixed deposits of US$4.2 Million." Contact by me is to be made by tel. or FAXing him. What first caught my negative attention was that the letter has his (supposed) US address but he adds "Don't mail any documents for security reasons." The letter "was mailed out to you when I was in Canada for official business meetings." So, if the letter did not get to me, how would he know since the Post Office would return it to the address on the envelope which was to a Canadian city (Mississauga) that he claims he was only there "for business meetings"! Dah! I will not reply to this scammer. Here are (supposed) identifiers, etc, for this man:-- --envelope return address P.O. Box 99999, LCD2 Mississauga, ON L4Y 0C9 --postage stamp reads "Lettermail 7043076" (& also in French) --there were many spelling, punctuation, modifiers, & other grammatical errors --dated "Dec 21 2015" --I was given a reference number: "You're (note the spelling!) Ref NO: USFE/MICI 2015/EW-3076-DT21" for my "Official Beneficiary Settlement Letter"
|Crystal (Greenwood, British Columbia, Canada) Added the following extra information on :2015-12-28 23:58:22|
His client passed away few years ago, same last name as me. Left 4.2 million US. Sameas the other letter must different addresses.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2015-12-18 20:25:50|
Well known scam name as well as email domain..... consultant.com is used by numerous scammers. Abuse can be reported to the domain at email@example.com