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Dave
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
2017-04-01 14:07:15
Wills/Probate Scam
+2 Justin Proffessional Inc   
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
Justin williams
Email Address:
justinwill@consultant.com
Telephone:
18129616543
Country of Scam:
United States (US)
Letter introduces 2.8 M in a dormant account belonging to my diseased father (how did they get his name and know he was an Americain). Includes a request for name , address, phone number and email to be used to prepare a claim.

Othe contact Info
Williamsconsultantinc@gmail.com ,
Follow Ups/Extra Information. Most recent is listed first.
Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2017-04-06 21:33:43
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
Justin Williams
Email Address:
justinwill@consultant.com
Telephone:
1812-961-6543
On what appears to be a mass-produced, photocopied typewritten letter with a distorted globe watermark, the writer claims to be an accountant and banker working for an unnamed U.S. financial institution. The letterhead has an address of: 200 E Van Trees St, Suite 200 Washington, IN 47501. However, the envelope bore a return address of 60 Yonge Street, Toronto ON M5E 1H5. The letter indicates that I can claim unclaimed life insurance masterpiece fixed deposits of US$2.8 million arising from the death of someone with the same last name who died without a will. These funds are to be 'repatriated' to me (because I appear to be an 'extended beneficiary') if I confirm my complete name, address, occupation, phone/fax, email address and reference number. I was directed to not mail any documents back for 'security reasons' and to only contact the writer through email or fax. The writer offers to "provide a copy of his identification to 'assured' (sic) you the legality of this settlement." He also requests 'utmost privacy' in this matter.

Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2017-04-06 21:30:57
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
Justin Williams
Email Address:
justinwill@consultant.com
Telephone:
1812-961-6543
On what appears to be a mass-produced, photocopied typewritten letter with a distorted globe watermark, the writer claims to be an accountant and banker working for an unnamed U.S. financial institution. The letterhead has an address of: 200 E Van Trees St, Suite 200 Washington, IN 47501. However, the envelope bore a return address of 60 Yonge Street, Toronto ON M5E 1H5. The letter indicates that unclaimed life insurance masterpiece fixed deposits of US$2.8 million arising from the death of someone with the same last name who died without a will. These funds are to be 'repatriated' to me (because I appear to be an 'extended beneficiary') if I confirm my complete name, address, occupation, phone/fax, email address and reference number. I was directed to not mail any documents back for 'security reasons' and to only contact the writer through email or fax. The writer offers to "provide a copy of his identification to 'assured' (sic) you the legality of this settlement." He also requests 'utmost privacy' in this matter.

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