Nigerian scam millions

James Walter’s quest to find a reliable trustee to manage $15m

Subject: With all due respect
From:   James Walter Esq <infoofficemail01@gmail.com>
Date:   2018-05-04
To:    
Reply-To:   walterint01@yahoo.co.uk

Dear Sir/Madam,

With all due respect,

My name is James Walter an attorney by profession. In my quest to find a reliable trustee to manage the assets/estate of my late client valued at $15,000,000.00 (Fifteen Million US Dollars, I decided to write this proposal, hoping to have a profitable business relationship with you.

Here is a short press report shortly after her passing away: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20358637/. Whatever that report painted her to be, she was a great woman doing good especially in the area of charity, in the last five years of her life.

I shall be willing to supply you with more detailed information concerning this business upon hearing from you.
I have no intention whatsoever of interfering with your private life considering the fact that you have never had any communication with me in the past. Due to the nature of this business, and by law, I cannot assume the role of a trustee or appoint any of my relation to become the trustee. By virtue of the facts and circumstances surrounding this project, I am left with no other choice, but to carry out a careful search for a reputable person outside the shores of my country in the United Kingdom and consequently seek your consent to stand as the Deceased?s Next of Kin.

You will be entitle to 40% of the total sum as your share, 10% will be mapped out to offset any expenses both parties might make during the course of this transaction while 50% will be for me.

If you wish to deal, do provide me with the following information.

1. Your full names

2. Tel & fax numbers

3. Complete Address

4. Your occupation and your Age.

Again, I shall provide you with more detailed information upon hearing from you through this my private email address:

Regards,

Barrister James Walker Esq.


Scammer Alert

Scam alert! The E-mail above is a SCAM. It’s a Nigerian Money scam. They refer to a real wealthy, deceased person (Leona Helmsley), but the story is fake. These scammers will ask you for money upfront as ‘costs’ before you get the ‘funds’ (which you will never get offcourse).

If you’ve received this by e-mail than mark it as SPAM (if possible) and/or DELETE it.

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