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Saffron Walden, Essex, United Kingdom
|+1 Untitled Wills/Probate Scam , ref:28772 |
A David Bayford died along with all his family leaving Â£19,800,000.00 GBP and if I send details of how I may be contacted I will be named as next of kin. Then I may be able to receive 70% while he gets 20% and charity organisations will share the other 10%
|Helen Sacco (Germantown, NY, United States) Added the following extra information on :2017-04-16 11:50:32|
also at email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Received a letter stating that Barrister Martin Hicks is soliciting me regarding the disposition of the estate of David Sacco who deposited $8,800,000.00 USD before his death. He and his entire family died a few years ago. He wants 40% and will pay me 60%. I provide him with complete contact information including email and telephone. I can only contact him with this information through email "for security reasons" I am not allowed to post the information to him. The return address is: 205 Bond Street, W1S 2SL, London, England. The sender also provided telephone numbers to contact him which are definitely UK exchanges. The signature in no way reflects the barrister name. There is also a Beneficiary Settlement Reference Number provided.