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E-mail scam I got today. Yeah, right.


I am Barrister Milton Joe,a solicitor at law.I am the personal Attorney To the late Mr. Raymond Appleyard a national of USA.On the 21st of April 2002,my client was involved in a car accident.Unfortunately he lost his life.

I have contacted you to assist in repatriating the money and property left behind by my client before they get confiscated or declared unserviceable by the Bank where this huge deposit was lodged. The bank where the deceased had an account valued at about $3.8Million dollars has issued me with a notice to provide the next-of-kin or have the account confiscated.
Since I have been unsuccessful in locating the relatives,I now seek your consent to present you as the next-of-kin Of the deceased since you have the same last name so that the Proceeds of this account valued at $3.8 Million dollars can be paid to you,subsequently to be shared among us if you agree,we can discuss your percentage. I have all necessary Legal documents that can be used to back up any claim we may make.

All I require is your honest co-operation to enable us see this transaction through.I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law.

Best regards,
Milton Joe(Esq)

Really, people fall for these all the time. I just read about a guy who is trying to take over his elderly father’s estate after finding out he sent about 1.8 million to the Nigerian scam that has been around for about 25 years – I remember my mother getting the Nigerian scam letter back in the late 70s – of course, the Internet has made it easier (and infinitely cheaper) to troll for fools.

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