Inheritance scams

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sirjulianwalters@gmail.com


Scam Email received 3/27/2022

Email From:

tester@tnstc.in

Sender Name:

Admin Emissary

Other emails used:

sirjulianwalters@gmail.com,

Email Subject:

Be Alert!


Be Alert! – sirjulianwalters@gmail.com


Hello, I am very sorry I have to reach you through this medium. I am a member of the debt reconvener (debt collection experts) and I am aware of your ordeal about your unpaid fund. It may interest you to know that not long after the Debt Management Office (DMO) completed the merger and acquisition process of all pending payments occasion through the petition raised by the international community about their unpaid funds. I discovered that their boss connived with some top officials to divert funds approve to settle unpaid inheritances, email lottery winners, Internet scam victims, unclaimed consignments(concealed funds), and International Contractors. The DMO has already given the approval to pay your fund but they deliberately withheld your payment file and continue to demand fees from you through their associates from different unassigned affiliates mostly from Africa, the US, Spain, and the Netherlands all in trying to frustrate you into giving up on it so they can finally enrich themselves. I wonder why you haven’t noticed all this while. You may choose to disbelieve this email as inconceivable but my doctrine does not let such an act, the reason I have to open up to you to seek the right channel. DMO was authorized to release your fund via their asset management firm with claim code numbers, supposedly to have been issued to you. Upon your response, I shall guide you through and offer you with details to contact the assigned affiliate who will immediately ease the release of your fund. Thanks and have a wonderful day. Be Safe. Yours Faithfully, Admin Emissary. UK.Ref:RDC-141/EAP/IP-100/kd/32722. Admin Emissary – sirjulianwalters@gmail.com

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