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Somewhere in Canada
2017-06-23 20:32:52
Wills/Probate Scam
+1 Unclaimed millions in US will for someone with my last name   
Mr. Gabriel Williams
Email Address:
No proper letterhead, typos, errors using the English language. the scammer claims to have run across the name in the letter while going through an old file. "...I would like to seek your assistance in repatriating of those funds, using your name as beneficiary to this unclaimed fund, because I believe you one of his extended relatives, and you bear the same name with my late client." And so on. The letter uses almost identical language to that recorded by others on this site. The address it supposedly came from is 200 E. Van Trees Street, suite 220, Washington, IN 47501
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Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2017-07-04 18:56:51
John Leroy
Email Address:
Was notified by mail I might be the beneficiary of an unclaimed fixed deposit of US $3.8 million. He had no will. He lived in U.K. But was a Canadian citizen who died "a few years ago".

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