TechFetch.com Millions of dollars for next of kin from attorney of deceased
Here is another scam email claiming millions for gullible victims.
I am Mr. azmanbinothman, I was an attorney to a deceased client of mine, who died of a heart attack in 2001, but before his demise, he had a deposit of (US$19,000,000.00) Nineteen Million United States Dollars with a security vault here as a family treasure which I'm aware of as his lawyer.
Another Scam: Alleged "United Nations Intelligence Bureau" helping those previously scammed
This is another scam within a scam. People who get scammed are approached by other (or the same?) scammers claiming they are officials trying to catch the scammers and get back the money for the victims.
However, those who claim to be officials, local or international, are scammers themselves and are often able to scam the victim for more money than the origial scam was worth.
Here is an example of a man in India who was scammed by a person claiming to be from the non-existent United Nations Intelligence Bureau.
Canadian Mobile Random Lottery Ballot Draw
This is another scam by mobile SMS text messages, from one Dr Frank, claiming he is contacting the victim on behalf of the Canadian Mobile Random Lottery Ballot Draw.
I had to contact Dr Frank at +447924078012 and email email@example.com.
He send me a SMS so say I had won 1 Million USD at this Canadian Mobile Random Lottery.
Is it true and what must I do to received the money can you please assist me!
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