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Saturday, November 29, 2008

Stephen Scott



One out of five!


We wish to notify you again that you were listed as a beneficiary to the total sum of £15,600,000.00GBP (Fifteen million Six hundred thousand British pounds)in the codicil and last testament of the deceased. (Name now withheld since this is our second letter to you).I contacted you because you bear the surname identity and therefore can present you as the beneficiary to the inheritance. I therefore reckoned that you can receive these funds as you are qualified by your name identity.

All the legal papers will be processed in your acceptance. In your acceptance of this deal, I request that you kindly forward to me your letter of acceptance; your current telephone and fax numbers and a forwarding address to enable us file necessary documents at our high court probate division for the release of this sum of money.

You are entitle to 50% of this money while i will also take 50%

Get back to me with the following contact mail address:

Yours faithfully,
Stephen Scott

Important Notes :-

1. Whatever you do, do not respond to any e-mail like this. If you have given bank details to any fraudster like this, then inform your bank immediately and also make sure that you close the account.

2. If the e-mail mentions a well known e-mail address such as from,, etc., then why not forward the offending e-mail to, etc. Hopefully, they'll remove the e-mail address, which will stop people being sucked in.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't write that load of bollocks... :/
I just typed my name in google and it said 'fraud'. That's liable y' know!

Stephen Scott

Wednesday, December 16, 2009 7:07:00 pm  

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