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A scammer may contact you out of the blue to tell you that you can claim a large inheritance from a distant relative or wealthy benefactor.
Sometimes the scammer will say you are legally entitled to claim the inheritance.
Alternatively, they might say that an unrelated wealthy person has died without a will, and that you can inherit their fortune through some legal trickery because you share the same last name.
You will be told that your supposed inheritance is difficult to access due to government regulations, taxes or bank restrictions in the country where the money is held, and that you will need to pay money and provide personal details to claim it. Scammers will go to great lengths to convince you that a fortune awaits if you follow their instructions.
They may even send you a large number of seemingly legitimate legal documents to sign, such as power of attorney documents.
The scammer usually poses as a lawyer, banker or other foreign official, and claims that the deceased left no other beneficiaries.
Spread the word to your friends and family to protect them.
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