Anyone else inherited £550,000 from non-existent relative?

#1
DYNAMIC LAW FIRM, MONOMARK HOUSE,
25 OLD GLOUCESTER STREET.
LONDON WC1N 3XX.
TEL: +44(0) 7031966123



We act as solicitors and our services have been retained by Henry Anderson, now late here in after referred to as our client. On behalf of late Henry Anderson , write to notify you that my late client made you a beneficiary to the bequest sum of Five Hundred and Fifty Thousand British Pounds in the codicil to his will and last testament.

He died on 8th day February 2004 after a brief illness at the age of 85. Until his death he was consultant to several oil and gas industries. He had a sojourn in the United States and so many other countries before he came to Cairn Energy PLC an oil and gas exploration and Production Company based in the United Kingdom and Australia. He was a knight in the Church and belonged to several non-governmental and scientific organizations. He was also great philanthropist and a Paul Harris Fellow of the Rotary Club International.

This bequest is to support your activities, humanitarian services, help to the less-privileged and research work. In accordance with our inheritance laws you are required to apply for claims through this law firm to NatWest Bank United Kingdom, where this fund was deposited. We are perfecting arrangements to complete the transfer of this inheritance to you.
You are required to forward the following details of yours; full names, address, occupation, age, phone and fax numbers for verification and re-confirmation. Please acknowledge the receipt of this letter immediately.

Congratulations!
Yours sincerely,
Dennis Holmes Esq.

Principal Attorney
Dynamic Law firm, London
Te: +44(0) 7031966123
www.dynamicchamber.com
Sent from attorneysdennisholmes1@hotmail.com (Hotmail FFS!)

Check out the website. This loser's gone to some effort. What does worry me is that I go to seome length to keep this e-mail account from people like this and don't use it to sign up for anything. Anyone else have a similar experience? Feel free to send him warm replies in the way that only ARRSE can.

Oh well, I'm off to collect my half a million pounds. See you poor people later.
 
#4
No, but I regularly get emails from nice people, albeit ones who can't speel very well offering me millions and trillions of dollars if I just send them my details and a little bit of money to ease the transfer process. I'd like to know who's been telling whoppers as they always tell me that I've been recommended as a trustworthy member of society! 8O :lol:
 
#5
this actually really upset me.

as some of you know i lost my mother 2 months ago, and i recieved an email "regarding the late (my surname) estate.
i've actually had 3 of them now in the last few weeks. sick fcukers.
 
#6
Don't forget army that I have always loved you and find you a warm,loving ,kind,generous,giving,unselfish,bighearted etc person.
in loving hope your adoring Hat!!!
 
#7
This is another version of the Nigerian scams (I think they're called 419s, after the legislation they contravene - something along that line anyway). This one is much better written than most, but as usual there are giveaway errors.

Current advice is under no circumstances reply, even if it's only to heap abuse on the sender.

I, however, got one from Uganda that I'm sure is genuine. Mr Olobu Mbangwa says he used to work for Idi Amin, and if I send him my bank details he'll forward a chunk of the former dictator's fortune to me. I replied a fortnight ago; can't wait for the wonga to come rolling in!
 
#8
Dynamic Law Chamber Attorneys:
Barr.(Mrs) Susan Newton

This has got to be a man!!

 
#11
While this may come across as just a tad mercenary of me, if I had any relatives likely to leave me half a million in their will then they would be non-existant pretty quickly...oh yeah baby!
 
#13
Found this cracking one in Scam-orama and thought it deserved a mention for the
good Captain's name alone !! :)


"From: Capt.Wellington Thomas [mailto:captwellington@uboot.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 2:04 PM

Dear Sir,

I write you this letter to solicit your help as I am a british soldier in dire need in Iraq.

I am Wellington Thomas, a Captain in The ROYAL MARINES deployed to Iraq to help facilitate a forceful change of the Sadam Hussein Regime in Iraq. I have served in Iraq now since the beginning of the war. I was previously attached to The British Marine Base in Germany before my deployment to Iraq. blah blah etc"
 
#14
I recently won 60K in the national lottery. Honest.


The National Lottery
P O Box 1010
Liverpool, L70 1NL
UNITED KINGDOM
(Customer Services)
Ref: UK/9420X2/68/ALX
Batch: 074/05/ZY369/ALX
Fax: +448701312413
Tel: +447031946186

PRIZE NOTIFICATION:
We happily announce to you the draw (#1013) of the UK NATIONAL LOTTERY, online Sweepstakes International program held on Wed. September24th 2005. Your e-mail address attached to ticket number: 56475600545188/ALX with Serial number 5368/02/ALX drew the lucky numbers: 01-05-07-41-43-49(bonus no.), which subsequently won you the lottery in the 2nd category i.e match 5 plus bonus.
You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of £59,636 ( Fifty nine thousand, six hundred and thirty six pounds sterling) in cash credited to file KTU/9023118308/03/ALX. This is from a total cash prize of £894,540.00 shared amongst the first fifteen (15) lucky winners in this category i.e Match 5 plus bonus. All participants for the online version were selected randomly from World Wide Web sites through computer draw system and extracted from over 100,000 unions, associations, and corporate bodies that are listed online. This promotion takes place weekly.
Please note that your lucky winning number falls within our European booklet representative office in Europe as indicated in your play coupon. In view of this, your You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of £59,636.00 ( Fifty nine thousand, six hundred and thirty six pounds sterling) would be released to you by any of our payment offices in Europe.

Our European agents will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your funds as soon as you contact them. For security reasons, you are advised to keep yourwinning information confidential till your claims is processed and your money remitted to you in whatever manner you deem fit to claim your prize.This is part of our precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program.Please be warned.

To file for your claim, please contact our fiduciary agent:
Mrs Jessica Morris.
Email: info.payoutclaimsdpt@gmail.com
1, Winning E-mail address
2, Batch Number
3, Refference Number
4, Ticket Number
5, Serial Number
For further clarification/verification of your claims, Please call on any of our official numbers as stated in notification e-mail.
You can go to our online result site to confirm the value of your winnings and also get a prize breakdown:-http://www.national-lottery.co.uk/player/p/results
/results.do
Goodluck from me and members of staff of the UK NATIONAL LOTTERY.
Yours faithfully,
Richard K. Lloyd.
Online coordinator for UK NATIONAL LOTTERY
Sweepstakes International Program
 
#15
no, but I did inherit $950,000. from a united states senator that I`ve never meet. I can`t wait to start spending it.




DYNAMIC LAW FIRM, MONOMARK HOUSE,
25 OLD GLOUCESTER STREET.
LONDON WC1N 3XX.
TEL: +44(0) 7031903661

Attention

We act as solicitors and our services have been retained by late Sen. Strom
Thurmond, here in after referred to as our client. On behalf of late Sen.
Strom Thurmond, We write to notify you that my late client made you a
beneficiary to the bequest sum of Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars
in the codicil to his will and last testament.

He died at the age of 100. This bequest is to support your activities,
humanitarian services, help to the less-privileged and research work. In
accordance with our inheritance laws you are required to apply for claims
through this law firm to NatWest Bank United Kingdom, where this fund was
deposited. We are perfecting arrangements to complete the transfer of this
inheritance to you.

You are required to forward the following details of yours; full names,
address, occupation, age and phone numbers for verification and
re-confirmation. Please acknowledge the receipt of this letter
immediately.

Congratulations!
Yours sincerely,
Dennis Holmes Esq.

Principal Attorney
Dynamic Law firm, London
Te: +44(0) 7031903661
www.dynamicchamber.com
 
#16
Shameless theft, but this amused me:

Dear Sir,

You will forgive my intrusion and impertinence of writing at this time. Unforgivable though this action to you is, a time of urgency requires my sharpest intentions. I am named Umbongo Capri. I am speaking with you from the Republic of Giardia. My father was Chief Tumbo Capri of whom reputation is entitled.

My request is one that enables me both shame and wonderment. As a request, it is humble of physical size, but in manhood, requires great prosperity. It is for this reason that my writing is addressed to you. You may think me unsensitive to have contact with you when our familiarity is unqualified. Of course when I heard of your business dealings I knew that I was eligible to trust you.

My government contains less reputable officials than in yours I am sure and certain corrupt offences have incurred. More than 100 thousand Terry's Chocolate oranges have been confiscated by our state and held against us. These confectionary delights were intended for the Giardian people whose ownership is qualified and entitlement settled. However, this entitlement has obviously become untrue with state official intervention.

You can help us free our lost rights and battle this oppressive intrusion by one action. If you might make sent to me the simple amount of $2000 dollars, a freedom has been arranged that would benefit us both. A ten percent return can be made for you generosity and upwards of ten thousand Terry's Chocolate Oranges will have your ownership.

Thank you again for kindness bestowed in your time spent with my letter and I await your responding with great joy!

Much Love,

Umbongo Capri.
 
#17
SSTRICTLY NEGOTIABLE:

HE BOUGHT IT FROM AN AMERICAN LIVING IN SWITZERLAND.HE WAS AN ENGRAVER WITH THE U.S MINT FOR TWENTY FIVE YEARS ,ANDF WHEN THEY RETIRED HIM,THERE WAS SOME TECHNICAL PROBLEM ABOUT HIS PENSION AND HE NEVER RECEIVED IT.HE FELT CHEATED AND DECIDED TO GET EVEN ,SO HE SMUGGLED OUT SOME HUNDRED DOLLAR PLATES THAT WERE SUPPOSED TO HQVE BEEN DESTROYED AND USED HIS CONTACTS TO GET THE PAPER THAT THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT PRINTS ITS MONEY ON.

YES,HE HAS ONE THAT WILL TURN OUT FIFTY BILLS EVERY 8 HOURS --FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS A DAY,BUT HE WANTS TO NEGOTIATE.

AWAITING RESPONSE.

KINNS.
:roll:
Now if only it was true, I could send it to the FBI. Rendition time!

I also had one from guy stating he was an Ex-bodyguard officer for some disposed tinpot dictator in africa...
 
#18
One of my locals from work wired US$3000 cash (Monthly wage US$1000) to some bloke in Indonesia because he'd apparently won the Canadian Lottery (without buying a ticket) and the money was a handling fee to get the US$10 million.

He asked me if he wrote to this Indonesian man, did I think he'd sent the money back!

I laughed my arrse off.....
 

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