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Langley, British Columbia, Canada
| Mailed Beneficiary SettlementJames Meyer is working (allegedly) working for a financial institution in the UK. A business magnate had a catastrophe (their words) and he has an unclaimed life insurance masterpiece fixed deposits of $5.5 million USD. After exhaustive efforts to search for a direct family member that came to no avail. Here comes the good part. Against this backdrop, my suggestion to you is that I would like you to stand as the beneficiary to this estate. This transaction is 100% risk free and legal. No blood test or any reason for me to appear in court. In the last paragraph it says, don't mail any document for security reasons. All documents or letters must be returned by fax. He was also kind enough to mail this letter to me when he was in Canada for business meetings. It ends with Kindest Regards, Mr. James Meyer. 17 Old Basing Road Hampshire London RG217LW. Where to start, where to start. It starts off with, DEAR (my last name) not my first name. Almost every word that starts a new line on the left hand margin is capitalized even if it is in he middle of a sentence. It seems like it could have been typed up by a Nigerian Prince or a really crappy secretary. Take care people. |
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