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"Mr. Samora Morgan" Inheritance Scams

Online users who have received email messages like the one below from a so-called Mr. Samora Morgan who wants to donate her so-called inheritance to them, should delete the same messages. This is because the messages are phishing scams. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information and money.

Mr. Samora Morgan Inheritance Scams
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The scammers, pretending to be Mr. Samora Morgan, trick their potential victims into sending them their information by claiming they will receive her inheritance or donation. Once the scammers have gotten their potential victims information, they will subsequently contact them and ask them to send money in order to claim their donation. But, if the potential victims send their money, the scammers will collect it and disappear.

Remember, never send money to receive donations or lottery prizes. And, once you are asked to do so, it is more than likely a scam.

A Sample of the "Mr. Samora Morgan" Donation Scam

From: Samora Morgan <samoramorgan55@walla.co.il>

Sent: 15 December 2017 19:49:11

Subject: I NEED YOUR ASSISTANCE

Confidential Request

Attn: Sir/Madam,

My family has an urgent inheritance fund of US$15 Million that we would like to invest with you. We are looking for a reliable and capable foreign partner that will assist my family and I to receive fund to a personal or company account for investment purposes.

Kindly reply to my private email for further detail: samoramorgan1@outlook.com<mailto:samoramorgan1@outlook.com>

Regards,

Mr. Samora Morgan.

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