Have you noticed how many scammers use capital letters for the subject line of their scams?  This one is no exception.  This scammer wants me to believe that I “bear the surname identity” of one of his deceased clients and can therefore have millions of pounds.  Pull the other leg, sunshine!

Just ignore this scammer.  If you make the mistake of replying you will find the scammer starts asking you to send money to pay fees.

Jason Moore & ASSOCIATE
Department Head – Wills, Trust & Probate

This is for your attention:

We wish to notify you again that you were listed as a beneficiary to the
total sum of ?4,257,017.00 (Four Million, Two Hundred and Fifty-Seven
Thousand, Seventeen Pounds) in the intent of the deceased (names now
withheld since this is our second letter to you). We contacted you because
you bear the surname identity and therefore can present you as the
beneficiary to the inheritance since there is no written will.

Our legal services aim to provide our private clients with a complete
service. We are happy to prepare wills, set-up and administer Trusts,
carry out the administration of estates and prepare and administer powers
of attorney.

All the papers will be processed in your acceptance. In your acceptance of
this deal, we request that you kindly forward to us 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.

I await your reply soon.

Yours faithfully,
Jason Moore & ASSOCIATE
Barristers’ Chambers