Marty and Rouben LLP Law Firm Scam

Marty and Rouben LLP Law Firm Scam

The Marty & Rouben LLP fax below is a scam, therefore, recipients are asked not to follow the instructions in it. The fake fax is being sent by advance-fee scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for a so-called "Permanent Life Insurance Policy" worth millions of dollars that they claimed was left my their deceased client.

The "Marty & Rouben LLP Law Firm" Scam

Address: 401 West Mall, Toronto, ON M9C SP7. Canada Tel 4.1 437 /1116 1023

Fax: #1 647 694 5543


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My name is Mr. Jones Rouben; I am a principal attorney at Marty & Rouben LLP, Toronto ON, Canada.

It may surprise you to receive this letter from me, since there has been no previous correspondence between us. There is an unclaimed "Permanent Life Insurance Policy" held by our deceased client.

The transaction pertains to an unclaimed "Payable-On-Death" (POD) savings monetary deposit in the sum of Nine Million Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand US Dollars ($9650,000) with one of the prime global insurer. The policy holder was one of our clients, _ who worked with Energy Company in Canada. He died in an accident Nine (9) years ago. Since His death no one has come forward for the claim and all our efforts to locate his relatives have proved unsuccessful.

The insurance company policy stipulates that "Insured Permanent Policies" not claimed must be turned over to the abandoned property division of the state treasury after deadline. Therefore, I ask for your consent to be in partnership with me for the claim of this policy benefit, in view of the fact that you share the same last name and nationality with the deceased. If you permit me to add your name to the policy, all proceeds will be processed 01 your behalf I wish to point out that I want 10% of this money to be shared among charity organizations while the remaining _)0% will be shared between us. This is 100% risk free; I do have all necessary documentation to expedite the process in a highly professional and confidential manner. I will provide all the relevant documents to substantiate your claim as the beneficiary. This claim requires a high level of confidentiah and it may take up to thirty (30) business days, from the date of receipt of your consent.

Please contact me through my private email TALKTOROUBEN@GMAIL.COM or calf me on +14378861023,

Your earliest response to this matter would be highly appreciated.

Best regirds,


Mary & Rouben LLP

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  • June 9, 2020 at 11:35 AM by an anonymous user from: Oslo, Oslo County, Norway

    Same here from Norway :)

  • January 30, 2020 at 1:33 PM by an anonymous user from: Los Angeles, California, United States

    I just got the same here in my office in California.. the exact same letter...

    glad I looked... as usual... what looks to be too good... is always smelling scam.

    not that I needed confirmation but found it funny... and it took just 2 min to search for this.

    thanks for this site to expose them.


    California, USA

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