Sir – you’re a scammer. Good bye.


I should appreciate your surprise while receiving this letter. In any Case, I am left with no option but to contact you in this manner. My decision to write to you was informed by knowledge that being established personally that you could be disposed to be part of this. If you don’t want assist me kindly forget it as I will not contact you again. I am writing to inform you that I am looking for a reliable and God fearing person that can handle my late father’s deposited fund in the Coin Group here .My late father (David Tiagaga Ben) was legally deposited the total sum of $12,000,000.00 in the coin group before his untimely death of which I have already confirmed the deposit from the bank. I want you to assist me receive the funds in your designated bank account; I will offer you 30% of the total funds for your services.The Bank has accepted to deduct all transfer charges and Government taxes from the deposited $12,000,000 but we need to get some kind of High Court notarized change of ownership documents tha

I trust this this lawyer because he is a good lawyer and also a former speaker of parliament in this country, he told me to get a reliable beneficiary that would not cheat me, so that we can secure the needed documents as soon as I appoint my trustee’s name and address. Please if you are ready to receive my funds kindly forward your full name – address and your ID, to enable the lawyer secure the relevant High Court notarized documents so that transfer charges would be deducted by the bank before releasing the funds to your designated account. Attached are my late father’s bank deposit slip of the $12,000,000.00 and the lawyer’s call to bar certificate as well as my ID, and personal pictures of my late parents and mine, you can as well see the attached Drug law Certificate of the fund for your review. I will wait to have your consent urgently before we can further discussion. Regards,

Victor Tiagaga