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Jeffrey Epstein Charity Donation Scam

Scammers are sending out fake Jeffrey Epstein emails like the below, claiming the late American billionaire, who recently died in a New York prison, instructed his financial assistance to give millions of dollars to individuals for charity work. But, this is only another advance-fee scam, where the scammers will ask their potential victims to send money or gift cards in order to receive their so-called charity money.

Jeffrey Epstein Charity Donation Scam
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A "Jeffrey Epstein" Charity Donation Scam

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Wed 4/8/2020 1:00 AM

From: "lawrence pierre" - info@microsafe.com.br

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am Lawrence Pierre , financial assistant to late Jeffrey Epstein Financier owner, an American billionaire who died recently in new York prison.

Two days before his death he instructed me to give $10,500,000 million dollars to an individual for charity work 30% will be for you that will handle the distribution and it should be kept confidential.

He also warned me to remain anonymous to the public and that the government should not be aware of this donation.

Take note: You will not be asked to pay Tax or legal fee charges is not applicable, as soon as you respond to this email that you can use this money wisely for charity work i will make urgent arrangement for this money to be with you in three-four working days.

Reply me with the following details:

Full names:

Address:

Occupation:

Telephone number:

Regards,

Lawrence Pierre

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  • July 5, 2020 at 8:43 PM by info

    "From: "lawpierrele@gmail.com" <lawpierrele@gmail.com>

    Date: 3 July 2020 at 5:58:50 AM GST

    To: Recipients <lawpierrele@gmail.com>

    Subject: Greetings.

    Reply-To: lawrence44pierre@gmail.com

    ´╗┐Greeting,

    I am indeed glad to be in contact with you even though this medium of communication (internet) has been grossly abused by criminal minded people making it difficult for people with genuine intention to correspond and exchange views without skepticism.

    I am Lawrence Pierre, financial assistant to late Jeffrey Epstein Financier owner, an American billionaire who died recently in new York prison.Two days before his death he instructed me to give $10,500,000 million dollars to an individual for charity work 30% will be for you that will handle the distribution of the fund and 70% goes for charity work . Please you should keep this confidential to yourself.He also warned me to remain anonymous the public or the government should not be aware of this donation.

    Take note: You will not be asked to pay Tax or legal fee charges is not applicable, as soon as you respond to this email that you can use this money wisely for charity work i will make urgent arrangement for this money to be with you in three-four working days.

    Reply me with the following details:

    Full names:

    Address:

    Occupation:

    Telephone number:

    Regards,

    Lawrence Pierre."

    Here is another scam.

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Jeffrey Epstein Charity Donation Scam