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Somewhere in Germany
|+6 Jason Professional Inc. |
What a scam!
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-11-06 14:47:45|
I was excited for about 2 minutes when I read the letter. Most of the info has been filled in this form.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-10-26 18:18:04|
Same as all the other submissions. US2.8 million fron Robert (lastname) who died a few years ago. Sent in October, 2017 Wants to know my complete name, address, occupation, phone or fax number, email, and reference number on the letter. I do not recommend including your reference numbers when you submit information as that may be used to send you more spam specifically. Arrived in the real mail from P.O. Box 400 Toronto, ON, M5L 1B1.
|Herb Hilder (Somewhere in Canada) Added the following extra information on :2017-10-19 20:28:48|
I am assured that I am related to one Robert H......, a Canadian citizen who died a few years ago. Our Financial instituted has issued me a notice to provide the beneficiary of his Life Insurance --roughly U.S. 2.8 milliion . I believe you are one of his extended relatives and you bear the same last name as him. There is no risk involved: no litigation, as I have worked out all the modalities to complete the process successfully. Reconfirm your complete name and address, occupation, phone/fax and your email and your ref. Number on your letter....it is very important that you keep your letter by yourself until we finalized your claim, this is very important...Kiindest regards, Mr. Jason Williams 2100 Memorial Avenue, Washington, IN 47501
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-10-05 13:51:14|
I am inheriting US $2.8 million . I received a letter in the mail asking to notify this person to give my info to. Not Happening!!
|Cod Fish (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada) Added the following extra information on :2017-10-03 12:34:15|
Received by mail: JASON PROFESSIONAL INC. 2100 Memorial Ave, Suite 200 Washington, IN 47501 Direct Tel: 1812-961-6543 Fax: 1207-692-9606 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org REF NO: USCP/JAW/ 2017/TSJs-1346 Estate Settlement Letter Date sept 25 2017 PERSONAL AND PRIVATE LETTER DEAR *******, I am an accountant and a banker by profession; I work for one of the financial institutions here in the United States. I am aware that this letter has come to you as a surprise. As we have not met before, or handle any business transaction in the past. Nevertheless, I has contacted you with genuine intentions. I got your contact information when going through an old file of one of my deceased Client by the name of ROBERT *******, a Canadian who lived here in the United States, for over two decades prior to his death. Ke died a few years ago. Our Financial institution (Claim Department) has issued me a notice to provide the beneficiary to his Estate. Unclaimed Fixed deposits of US$2.8 Million. By law, any unclaimed deposit precedes that have been left with a "holder" without activity or contact for ten years; the holder must transfer the unclaimed proceeds to the Treasury Division as unclaimed funds. I have made several inquiries to find any of his immediate relatives, with no success. I tracked his last name in a database, to see if I could find any of his immediate family members, this has also proved unsuccessful. After unsuccessful attempts, therefore, I would like to seek your assistance in repatriating of those funds, using your name as the beneficiary to this unclaimed fund, because I believed your one of his extended relatives, and you bear the same last name with my late client. All arrangements on how to secure the unclaimed funds have been put in place and I guarantee you that the proceeds of these unclaimed funds would be released to you legally as his beneficiary. There is no risk involved; no litigation as I have worked out all modalities to complete the process successfully. I have
already secured the services of a claim attorney here, in order to help us process your claim legally.
I hope to finish the claim within a few banking days from the date of the receipt of the following information's
through my email address: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Fax: 1207-692-9606, Reconfirm your complete name and address, occupation, phone/fax, email address and your ref number on this letter, this information would be used in writing letters of claim respectively. Contact me through my email address or fax, for more details and the procedures of this claim. Make sure that you have a fax machine or email address in order to process your claim. When you get back to me, I would bring you into a detail picture and description of the claim. I would also provide you with
A copy of my identification to assured you the legality of this settlement. Thank you very much for your prompt attention And I ask for your utmost privacy in this matter.
Please kindly get back to me, if you are willing or unwilling to collaborate with me. Don't mail any documents for security reasons. All documents or letters must be returned by fax or email attachment. You don't Have to worry about anything because this transaction will be processed legally and protect you from any infraction of the law. This letter was mailed out to you while I was in Canada for official meetings. It is very important that you keep your letter by yourself until we finalized your claim, this is very important. Kindest Regards Mr. Jason G Williams.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-10-03 12:10:12|
SNAIL MAIL to my home address. Return address on envelope, 6300 Steeles Avenue West, Woodbridge Ontario L4H 1J1. Address on letterhead: 2100 Memorial Ave, Suite 200 Washington IN 47501
"DEAR ZIMMER" "I got your contact information when going through an old file of one of my deceased client by the name of ROBERT ZIMMER, a Canadian ..." "Unclaimed Fixed deposits of UAS$2.8 Million" "no immediate relatives" SEEKS MY HELP, "using your name as a beneficiary..." ALTERNATE EMAIL: email@example.com "Contact me through my email address or fax, for more details..."