This is not only arrogant, it's also quite ignorant and ridiculous. This scammer must be quite young if he doesn't even know who Walt Disney was. The first thing wrong with this is that he is also apparently suffering from multiple personality disorder. He claims to be Disney, and of course everyone in most parts of the world knows who he was. He died over 45 years ago. Then he goes on to claim that he's a "special FBI agent" named "John Edward," then signs his name as Disney again. He also claims that you have $5.7 million in your name, that you'll need some other "legal documents" to make the claim, and if you don't do so within 72 hours, you'll be subject to "legal action." He goes into a paragraph or so to convince you that he's with the FBI, which he isn't, of course. To get these "documents," you'll have to put out some money, which he will keep and otherwise just spend it. You'll never see a dime, because the money doesn't exist. It never does. This posting is linked here just below the Amazon books, and a listing of Top Ten scams is here, from YouTube. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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