Roberts "Scammer" Barton, Esq. had a "client" who "successfully executed a contract with the Spanish government" sometime ago, but was "paid only half" of what was "owed" to him shortly before he "died." He was not married, had no children, and so has no next-of-kin, of course. Scammer Barton backs this up with a true BBC story, and says he needs a "next-of-kin" to "claim the funds that are still owed." This one mentions that the "client" died in Thailand in the 2004 tsunami, so it's been going around for quite awhile. For more Next-of-Kin scam samples, please Click Here; they're all on one page now. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
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