|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Onalaska, WI, United States
|+4 Official Beneficiary Settlement Letter |
Return address on envelope: PO BOX 300/ C P 300, Toronto Ontario M5K 1K6
Canada Post, postage paid lettermail
Ref No MKB/CC-2017/-MS-5041
Accountant estate US$4.2 million contact by email or fax only to claim
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2018-12-04 08:12:47|
Letter of a deceased relative leaving money, but you will have to call to finish the file and provide banking information so they can forward the funds.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2018-11-06 16:04:21|
And another one, same as above but with my last name. Actually, it is not my last name. It was a married name that I am no longer married to. So I couldn't get the money EVEN IF there was any money, it would go to my Ex. and Im not gonna let that happen..HAHA
this was a snail mail letter addressed to me
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2018-07-03 12:17:54|
Received a letter in the mail postmarked from Canada. (I am in the US.) There were two different addresses on the envelope (700 University Ave., Toronto, Ontario M5G 0A1) and the letter inside (150 Main St S. Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 3Z1), neither of which came up as THIS "business." There were a number of typos and misplaced words throughout the letter, as well as strangely placed punctuation. It didn't actually open up with my name, but my last name, despite using my first and last name on the envelope. Regarding its contents, it seems to describe a situation involving one of their deceased clients, with a random first name and my last name. They describe them as a US citizen and that they have unclaimed deposits from life insurance. The writer says that they believe me to be one of this man's extended relatives because I "bear the same last name as him." They also proceed to "guarantee" that I will receive all the proceeds of the unclaimed funds once I respond to him via fax or email. They also go out of their way to reassure me that this IS secure.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-10-30 13:07:22|
10/30/17 - rec'd a letter in the mail addressed to my boss. Stated something about a "deceased relative, James Schneiter, a United States Citizen, he died a few years ago." I decided to so a search on line to see if it was a scam & BINGO! Found that it was - imagine THAT! BS Alert!