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Fake "Barrister, Hill Dickson Law" Advance-fee Emails Sent by Scammers

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Fake "Barrister, Hill Dickson Law" Advance-fee Emails Sent by Scammers

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The fake "Barrister, Hill Dickson Law" email below is a scam. Recipients are asked to delete it and should not follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money or personal information. An advance-fee scam is a form of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick. The scam typically involves promising the victim a significant share of a large sum of money, in return for a small up-front payment, which the fraudster requires in order to obtain the large sum.

A "Barrister, Hill Dickson Law" Advance-Fee Scam

From: Barrister, Hill Dickson Law. [diplomat.jerrymark11@gmail.com]

Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 7:14 AM

Subject: In pursuance of your outstanding financial transaction,

Attention dear recipient,

In pursuance of your outstanding financial transaction, I have been consulting with variously concerned stake holders in the financial institution with the view to finding a more suitable optional preposition to deal with your outstanding matter. This consultation is geared towards finding solution that will be devoid of any further upfront payment liability while enthroning due process that will not be seen to be contravening the relevant provisions of the law on money

laundering. With this procedural option, successful outcome will be guaranteed having conducted adequate due diligence in collaboration with the concerned bank here.

In the mean time, the bank here is considering recalling the fund in focus from current source due to how the fund was handled in transit including variously in fractional involvements in contravention of due process. The recallment of the seemingly stalled fund is predicated on the findings upon conduction of thorough examination of records in

respect of the fund and for ascertainment of the genuineness of your transfer claims and also in determining whether or not the procedures of the transfer of the fund in focus was carried out in conformity with the existing regulations, based on international standard. The following infractions were therefore discovered;

1.The transfer procedures seemed to have followed an unusual transaction pattern culminating to most of verified fallacies with unattainable bogus promises that was not realizable and totally impossible to be accepted in any part of the world. Unfortunately it was discovered that various blackmailing tendencies were enthroned for purposes of extorting monies from you under false pretenses. These infractions invariably contributed to making it impossible for you to receive your fund as scheduled.

2.There was a large scale documentary pilferage, procedural diversions, documentary subversion, procedural distortions through fraudulent manipulations all designed to divert your attention thereby thwarting your various quests (financially and otherwise) to realize the long overdue financial transaction. These attitudinal tendencies were meant to satisfy selfish interests and self aggrandizement for purposes of diverting the fund in focus to other vested third parties.

To these extents, the concerned bank here has arrived on definite procedural details that will be devoid of these infractions by electing to recall the fund from transmittal while depositing same as bond with an affiliate investment bank in U.S for onward transfer to your account as an investment fund without further liens and encumbrances.

The bank here will start the process upon your reconfirmation by depositing the fund in the investment account of the U.S investment bank in your favor and confirmation to the effect will be provided for your verification prior to the commencement of the whole transfer processes. Be rest assured that the bank is ready, able and willing to do the needful in these respect as soon as you reconfirm your further interest in dealing with this long overdue financial transaction. Your

urgent attention to this matter will be highly appreciated and we do apologize for the inconveniences all these may have caused you.

I will be waiting for your response to enable us further the corresponding details regarding the step by step procedures including timeous definitions.

Best Regards

Barrister, Hill Dickson Law.

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Fake "Barrister, Hill Dickson Law" Advance-fee Emails Sent by Scammers