Have you noticed how the scammers are now using first and last names that are interchangeable? Otherwise they might have said something like "Fowler Frank." "Bruce Michael," for example, claims to be an "attorney" who had a rich client, and yet the name of his "law firm" is "Bruce & Partners" LOL. It doesn't say how much he supposedly left behind, but highlights that the rest of his family "died" in the Sumatran tsunami in 2004. His "heart related condition" is what killed him, due to "the death of his family," so he has no heirs and left no will, of course. "Bruce," as always, wants you to respond to a free e-mail address @vf.vc. What's that? Why, it's a Windows Live ID, of course! Related Links: Next-of-Kin Scams.
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