Here's another next-of-kin scam that says the scammer's "late client" has £10.8 million in an account, and he wants you to step in as "next-of-kin." The story is familiar, but in this one, he says he gets 50 percent, you get 40 percent, 5 percent should be for charity, and the other 5 should be for any expenses between us both.
Great! I told him I would use the 5 percent to pay his scamming fee, so that in addition to "his" £5.4 million, he would get the extra 5 percent, or £540,000. Then he would be free to send me my £4.32 million, since his scamming fee would be paid and then some. So far, there's been no reply. I wonder why. Oh, right. I almost forgot. There is no money because it's a scam! LOL!
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