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|KB (CA) Added the following extra information on :2016-04-26 18:32:48|
Some dude contacted me (and other of my family members) by standard letter mail using a Canadian postage paid envelope. 'errors' (in the addresses on both the letter and envelope) scream scam. On the envelope (it was mailed from Canada to Canada), the postal code is fake. the named company on the envelope doesn't seem to exist. On to the letter... the London address doesn't exist. searching the phone number shows only link to this site. A big hint as to the level of fake is that James Wooley does not want you to snail mail him, cause it will end up in the garbage somewhere. Fax number is from Minnesota. This person insists that I forward all my contact information to him via this fax number. Why on earth would someone from the UK tell someone in Canada about an account amount in US funds. That's weird. This has a hint of Nigerian scam simply because England and Canada share similar english grammar and this person is unaware of that. What is really funny to me is that the business magnates first name is definitely not the same ethnicity of our supposed shared surname, as christian names would more appropriately match up.