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Fake "Solak LLP" Regarding Lottery Win Emails

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Fake "Solak LLP" Regarding Lottery Win Emails

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Scammers are sending out fake "Solak LLP" emails like the one below, which claim the recipients should keep their winning confidential until it is finally processed and refund released. This is how scammers trick their potential victims into keeping quiet, while the scammers trick their potential victims into sending them money. If the money is sent by the potential victims, the scammers will take it and disappear, leaving the victims without the money they were promised.

A Fake "Solak LLP" Email Sent by Scammers

From: "Viktor Solak" <vs56esq@gmail.com>

Date: May 31, 2019 11:20 PM

Subject: Client Name: Wubineh Eyasu Tsekara,.

SOLAK LLP

44 Murray Street #235,

New York, NY‎ 10007

TEL: 001-607-588-1079

Email: vs@solakllp.com

Client Name:,

I do not know where you got what you have read but I want you to understand that there are cases of some criminals who broadcast such news inorder to divert the attention of the real winners, extract their winning details and lay claim on their winning fund, this has been the reason you have been warned to keep your winning confidential until when it is finally processed and fund released.

Bear in mind that the winning certificate issued to you is certified, The letters I sent ot you is from the American judiciary and cannot be falsified, before the court can accept the approval to issue you the legal documents as indicated in their letter to you, they will first of all verify your winning there is there is no how the court will approve your application without first verifying and authenticating your winning. This winning is 100% authentic and I advise that you seize this opportunity as your luck has located you.

Thank you for choosing Solak LLP. Your legal satisfaction and right is our top priority.

Viktor Solak(esq)

Principal Attorney, Solak LLP

Copyright © 2019 Solak LLP. All rights reserved

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  • June 10, 2019 at 11:23 AM by info

    Another scam:

    ---------- Forwarded message ---------

    From: Viktor Solak <vs56esq@gmail.com>

    Date: Fri, Jun 7, 2019 at 11:44 AM

    ‪Subject: Court Response Letter‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏‏ to Your Application‬

    SOLAK LLP

    44 Murray Street #235,

    New York, NY‎ 10007

    TEL: 001-607-588-1079

    Email: vs@solakllp.com

    Client Name: Tihetna Tesfaye,

    I have finalized with the court and I received a confirmation from them on the status of your application.I have enclosed to this email a scanned copy of your application response letter and affidavit application form.As you can see from the letter you shall be liable to the payment of the following charges;

    Certification/Oath:.... ...850 Dollars

    Legalization:... .... ..... ...375 Dollars

    Attestation:.. ...... ....... ...90 Dollars

    The charges is One Thousand, Three Hundred and Fifteen United States Dollars(USD 1,315.00). You are also required to print out and fill in the attached affidavit application form and return back to me.On filling the application form,the amount involved is the amount you are anticipating to receive from America which is the winning amount. Agent company is; Solak LLP.

    As for representing you here and the payment of the court charges,I will try all I can and use my professional competence and influence in discharge of my professional duty to see that your interest is protected here.The bank will have all obligation to effect the transfer of your fund as soon as this legality letter is submitted to them.Normally the affidavit application form which is attached in this mail is returned along with the court prescribed charges.Payment can be made available to the court through this honorable chamber.You are advised to send the money using any of the below details;

    -Direct Local Equivalent Cash Deposit(into a correspondent bank account in your country)

    -MoneyGram Money Transfer

    -Western Union Money Transfer

    - Bank Wire/Transfer

    Let me know when the payment is ready to be made so that I will provide you with the information and directive for your preferred means of payment.

    I await your soonest response.

    Thank you for choosing Solak LLP. Your legal satisfaction and right is our top priority.

    Viktor Solak(esq)

    Principal Attorney, Solak LLP

    Copyright © 2019 Solak LLP. All rights reserved

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