This is one in which you are the "current beneficiary" of a large sum of nonexistent money, and they want to know if you signed any "deed of assignment" to another person, supposedly allowing them access to your "money." They fear that you have passed away, you see, and the "new beneficiary" is now ready to pay the "release fee." What they hope, of course, is that you will come through for them, outraged, say that you are not dead, and that you will gladly pay the release fee for the money that doesn't exist. They give all sorts of details, including a bank name, and routing and account numbers. If you call the bank, you would quickly find that the account does not exist, or if it does, that it belongs to another person who knows nothing about this. To see more of these "dead or alive" scam samples, Click Here. Don't be alarmed at the "gruesome photo," it's just an effectively scary Halloween costume. I want y'all to be aware that it's there, though, so brace yourselves. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
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