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Unread postby firefly » Tue Jul 14, 2020 6:39 pm

Emails received by another targeted victim:

My Dear Fellow.

I have since received your ID and your other details.I'm thankful to you for your commitment to this deal and I hope we get to trust each other on this in order for this deal to go well as planned.Below is my full details and work ID in order for you to know me better and build more trust between ourselves.As you know,this is a huge amount of money coming our way hopefully,so we need to be open to each other because only trust can help us succeed on this.

1. DATE OF BIRTH: 16th of May 1969
2. SEX: male
3. RELIGION: Christian
4. MARITAL STATUS: married
5. OCCUPATION: Deputy Agent for Scotland,Bank of England
6. COPY OF YOUR ID: Attached
7. HOME ADDRESS: 13,princes street beside Edinburgh castle,Edinburgh old
town,UK.

I wanted to also let you know that I have forwarded your details to the lawyer who is going to prepare the legal documents that will serve your right as the next of to my late client; Maxwell xxx. Please note that this transaction will be carried out in accordance with both local and international judicial law.The lawyer has promised to finish with the preparation of the documents tomorrow.

The lawyer will prepare the documents of my late client in your favour and then proceed to secure the power of lawyer AFFIDAVIT from the high court of justice.

The lawyer charged £18,300.00 which I will take care of by myself.Having reached an agreement with him,I did transfer him £10,000.00 as a retainer fee and then to pay him the balance when he completes the preparation of the documents. Immediately he completes the documents, I will collect and forward copies of it to you and to Reliance Private Bank Limited presenting you as the sole beneficiary to my late client's funds.

Normally they are supposed to give you a date to come over to the United Kingdom to lay claims to the Safe Deposit Box,because it was deposited in form of a Safe Deposit, but I will inform them that you-the chief beneficiary of the WILL,would not be able to travel due to some family issues that needs your attention there in South Africa.But if you can be able to come over to the UK,do let me know in your reply-So that I can notify them about your impending arrival.

You will then be required to open an online account with the bank. They have online banking immunity,I will forward their contact information to you along when sending the documents after the lawyer has completed the preparation of the documents.

As soon as you contact the bank, you will inform them that you want to open an online account with them to enable you receive the £4 Million of your inheritance that is under their custody into your online account, as soon as they finish with the opening of your online account, they will transfer the money into your online account and you will be sent your online accounts information. Such as; your account number and pin code following with the necessary information you will need to access your online account through their online banking system, the money would already be in your possession as soon as you receive your online account information.

All you will need to do is login into your online account with Reliance Private Bank Limited and transfer the money from your account to your nominated account in your country. It will be just like you are transferring money from your account in UK to your other account in your country. Also you can transfer from your online account with Reliance Private Bank Limited to any other account of your choice.

Please understand that for security reasons I don’t need any third party regarding this transaction, this is between you and I only. Not even my Wife knows about this due to my position in the office. I am taking these steps because if I should inform the authority that my late client does not have any next of kin, automatically the money will be forfeited and re-directed to the government treasuring account as an unclaimed funds.

Once again, thank you very much for your understanding. You can email me at any time, if I am not busy with work schedule I will reply immediately and if I'm busy, I will reply you later.

Thank you.

Best Regards.
Iain Duff


ATTN: xxx,

We are pleased to inform you that we have received your complete documents and other personal information required,we will contact you as soon as the Legal Department make's proper verification and pass a verdict on the authenticity of these documents as presented by you.

RELIANCE PRIVATE BANK LIMITED-Serving you better.
Princes Mall - Princes Street Edinburgh EH1 1BQ Reg No: 6062/6/B/86/01.
INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER DEPARTMENT.
Email:rpbl.co.uk@financier.com
Tel: +44 752 062 0840.
Tel: +44 772 741 8721.
Fax: +44 131 524 8219.
Office Hours: 9:00 - 19:00 UK Time.
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Church Law Firm - churchltd.co.uk

Unread postby firefly » Tue Jul 14, 2020 7:00 pm

From the fake website:

Church Law Firm is a full service law firm with over 30 specialist solicitors and lawyers and a total staff of 70, based in London and Nicosia.
We provide a complete range of legal services for people who simply want to find a solicitor, and for corporate, commercial and public sector clients including Exxon Mobil, British Petroleum, The Bank of England, Cobalt Air and the Heathrow Airport .


Contact details:

32A Finchley Park
London N12 9JN
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 203 769 1850
E-mail: info@churchltd.co.uk


+442037691850
Number billable as geographic number
Country or destination United Kingdom
Original network provider* DIDWW Ireland Limited

Entry in the aa419 Databae of fraudulent websites: https://db.aa419.org/fakebanksview.php?key=144717.

From the domain name registration:

Domain name:
churchltd.co.uk

Data validation:
Nominet was not able to match the registrant's name and/or address against a 3rd party source on 28-Jun-2020

Registrar:
eNom

Relevant dates:
Registered on: 28-Jun-2020
Expiry date: 28-Jun-2021
Last updated: 28-Jun-2020

Registration status:
Registered until expiry date.

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Hoche LLP / Hoch Attorneys - hochllp.com

Unread postby firefly » Tue Jul 14, 2020 7:51 pm

Another fake lawyer claims to be Hoche LLP / Hoch Attorneys. The fraudsters stole the site of a real UK law office.

From the fake website:

We are a multi-service firm, who provides legal services in areas including commercial, not-for-profit, regulatory, personal clients and businesses. We work alongside our clients, whether it’s aiding them out of a tight corner or assisting them in fulfilling their aspirations.
Our breadth of expertise means we can tackle complex multi-dimensional cases that may be beyond the scope of many other firms of solicitors. This has led to a significant proportion of our work coming from referrals from other solicitor firms or professional firms.


Contact details:

9 Stephendale Rd, Fulham
London SW6 2LR
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 203 769 1850
E-mail: info@hochllp.com


+442037691850 - same as above

From the domain name registration:

Domain Name: hochllp.com
Updated Date: 2019-10-04
Creation Date: 2019-10-04
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2020-10-04
Registrar: ENOM, INC.

Registrant Name: Whois Agent (923861973)
Registrant Organization: Whois Privacy Protection Service, Inc.

This is what the fake website looks like:

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Hango LLP / Hango Attorneys - hangolaw.co.uk

Unread postby firefly » Tue Jul 14, 2020 8:07 pm

A clone of the same website is active from the domain name hangolaw.co.uk.

The Solicitors Regulation Authority warned about it on May: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/scam-a ... hango-llp/

Warning: The website "www hangolaw.co.uk" and "Hango LLP"
22 May 2020

The website "www hangolaw.co.uk" is operating, falsely claiming to be the website for a firm of solicitors called "Hango LLP"

What is the scam?
The SRA has been informed that the website "www. hangolaw.co.uk" is operating, which falsely claims to be the website for a firm of solicitors called "Hango LLP" in London.

The SRA does not authorise or regulate a firm of solicitors called "Hango LLP".

The website provides a telephone number of "+44 (0) 203 769 1850 " an email address of info@hangolaw.co.uk and a postal address of "19 Mirabel Road Fulham London SW6 7EG".

The SRA has been informed that a member of the public has received emails, including various identity documents, from an individual called "Alex Hango" claiming to be an "Attorney with Hango LLP". The emails relate to a supposedly unclaimed inheritance of an unknown individual. The last name of the deceased is tailored to match the last name of the recipient of the emails.

Any business or transactions through the website "www. hangolaw.co.uk" or the telephone number and email address set out above, are not undertaken by a solicitor's practice or by an individual authorised and regulated by the SRA.
What should I do?
When a firm's or individual's identity has been copied exactly (or cloned), due diligence is necessary. If you receive correspondence claiming to be from the above firm(s) or individual(s), or information of a similar nature to that described, you should conduct your own due diligence by checking the authenticity of the correspondence by contacting the law firm directly by reliable and established means. You can contact the SRA to find out if individuals or firms are regulated and authorised by the SRA and verify an individual's or firm's practising details. Other verification methods, such as checking public records (e.g. telephone directories and company records) may be required in other circumstances.


The content of the website is stolen from the same UK law office as above.

From the fake website:

We are a multi-service firm, who provides legal services in areas including commercial, not-for-profit, regulatory, personal clients and businesses. We work alongside our clients, whether it’s aiding them out of a tight corner or assisting them in fulfilling their aspirations.
Our breadth of expertise means we can tackle complex multi-dimensional cases that may be beyond the scope of many other firms of solicitors. This has led to a significant proportion of our work coming from referrals from other solicitor firms or professional firms.


Contact details:

9 Mirabel Road, Fulham
London SW6 7EG
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 203 769 1850
E-mail: info@hangolaw.co.uk


+442037691850 - same as above

Entry in the aa419 Database of fraudulent websites: https://db.aa419.org/fakebanksview.php?key=144721

From the domain name registration:

Domain name:
hangolaw.co.uk

Data validation:
Nominet was not able to match the registrant's name and/or address against a 3rd party source on 05-Apr-2020

Registrar:
eNom LLC

Relevant dates:
Registered on: 05-Apr-2020
Expiry date: 05-Apr-2021
Last updated: 05-Apr-2020

Registration status:
Registered until expiry date.

This is what the fake website looks like:

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belt@beltllp.com

Unread postby Big Al » Sun Jul 19, 2020 7:20 pm

From another targeted victim:

On 26 Feb 2020
"Attorney Karl Belt" <belt@beltllp.com> wrote:
BELT LLP
30 SHOOTERS HILL ROAD
LONDON SE3 7BD
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: +44 (0) 203 769 1398
ww w.beltllp.co.uk

Dear

Thank you for your prompt response to my SMS. I would like you to kindly read my introductory e-mail with patience. I am Attorney Karl Belt, the legal assistant to late Engr. Rohi , hereinafter referred to as 'My Client', a South African who died 4 years ago from a Heart Attack. I got your contact details after an exhaustive search online for my client's relatives in order to retrieve the £3.5 Million that he deposited with Lloyds Bank, UK before his untimely death.

I approach you on a personal conviction of trust, to partner with me in receiving the money. As his attorney, I have all key documents relating to the deposit and his death. The Bank has asked me to present his relatives to claim the funds within 30 days or forfeit it permanently in line with the laws of United Kingdom. My wish is for this money to be invested in South Africa in areas that will create jobs and be of benefit to the ordinary citizens. It could also be used for live-changing charity works and our joint effort will ensure that. By this letter, I request your consent to present you to the Lloyds Bank as a close relation of my client, so that the funds can be transferred directly to you. Once you receive the funds, you will use 50% of it for any charitable cause that you like, then keep 30% to yourself and the remaining 20% will be transferred to me. I will invest my share in a profitable venture in your country using your guidance.

This claim is straightforward and will be carried out under proper directives that will protect you from breaking any laws. I kindly request you to keep details of my proposal confidential because of its nature for total success. Further information about the process and documents will be provided to you upon your reply. You may visit our website above to learn more about our Law firm.

Best regards,
Attorney Karl Belt
Principal Attorney, Belt LLP
Accredited Specialist, Banking and Finance Law
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Copyright © 2020 Belt LLP. All rights reserved


On 27 Feb 2020
"Attorney Karl Belt" <belt@beltllp.com> wrote:
BELT LLP
30 SHOOTERS HILL ROAD
LONDON SE3 7BD
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: +44 (0) 203 769 1398
ww w.beltllp.co.uk

Dear

I would like to thank you once more for writing me concerning my proposal to you. I wish to explain further the steps involved in this process and assure you that the funds will be transferred to you within 14 days provided you follow my guidelines. The fund is deposited with Lloyds Bank Plc. for over 5 years. All I need from you is sincere cooperation and we will accomplish this in no time.

The first step now is for me to obtain the Letter of Administration from Her Majesty's Crown Court here in England. A Letter of Administration is a legal document that is issued by the Courts to prove who has legal authority to deal with the Estate of the person that has passed away without a Will. Once I obtain it, I will send it to you alongside an application letter for inheritance claim which you will have to print, sign and send to the Head of Operations of Lloyds Bank so that they can start the fund release process. Upon their receipt of the application letter, they will contact you to ascertain your claims of relationship to the deceased and all you need to do is forward their correspondence to me so that I can take care of it. I will provide all the requested information. The bank will then go through the submitted details and once they confirm them to be accurate, an approval will be given for the funds to be released to you.

I hope we have established a memorandum of understanding binding this transaction as per the share ratio for the funds as it will be disheartening if you default. Since this is a transaction of mutual benefit, our mutual understanding, cooperation and effort is required to ensure it's realization. I also need you to check your e-mails regularly as this will help us to complete the transaction in a timely manner. If you have any questions regarding the process, you can ask me directly but I do wish to assure you that everything will run smoothly.

Note: I obtained a copy of the Certificate of Death 2 years ago for the purpose of this claim and have attached it to this e-mail alongside the proof of fund deposit and work identity card for your perusal. I will now wait for your response in order to proceed.

Best regards,
Attorney Karl Belt
Principal Attorney, Belt LLP
Accredited Specialist, Banking and Finance Law
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Copyright © 2020 Belt LLP. All rights reserved

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belt@beltllp.com operations@mylloydsbk.com

Unread postby Big Al » Sun Jul 19, 2020 7:23 pm

On 28 Feb 2020
"Attorney Karl Belt" <belt@beltllp.com> wrote:
BELT LLP
30 SHOOTERS HILL ROAD
LONDON SE3 7BD
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: +44 (0) 203 769 1398
ww w.beltllp.co.co.uk

Dear

I have obtained the Letter of Administration from the Her Majesty's Crown Court. A copy of the document is duly attached to this e-mail together with an application letter for the funds claim. We can now approach the Lloyds Bank for the release of the funds to you and I would like you to kindly print the attached application letter, sign and send the Application letter of to the Operations Head of the Bank by e-mail on:

operations@mylloydsbk.com

so that they can process the fund release. I want to assure you that as we have crossed the first and major huddle on this claim and are on track to have the funds remitted to you within the next 10 days. All you need to do is always follow my guidelines so that everything will run smoothly. Should you require any further guidance, do not hesitate to get in touch with me.

Please inform me when you send the application letter to the Bank and when the Bank responds.

Best regards,
Attorney Karl Belt
Principal Attorney, Belt LLP
Accredited Specialist, Banking and Finance Law
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Copyright © 2020 Belt LLP. All rights reserved


From: "Lloyds Bank" <operations@mylloydsbk.com>
Date: 29 Feb 2020
Subject: Re: verification of relationship claims
To:
Cc:

Lloyds Bank Plc.
399 Oxford Street, Mayfair
London W1C 2BU
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 345 300 0000

Attention:

We acknowledge the receipt of your submitted inheritance claim documents. Kindly see the attached letter and funds transfer application forms and respond immediately.

Yours in service,
Dr. Gregory Speed
(Operations Manager)
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Internet e-mails are not necessarily secure. Lloyds Bank does not accept responsibility for changes made to this message after it was sent. Whilst all reasonable care has been taken to avoid the transmission of viruses, it is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure that the onward transmission, opening or use of this message and any attachments will not adversely affect its systems or data
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belt@beltllp.com

Unread postby Big Al » Sun Jul 19, 2020 7:27 pm

On 01 Mar 2020
"Attorney Karl Belt" <belt@beltllp.com> wrote:
BELT LLP
30 SHOOTERS HILL ROAD
LONDON SE3 7BD
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: +44 (0) 203 769 1398
ww w.beltllp.co.uk

Dear

I wish to provide you with the following information, as required on the claim verification form.

DECEASED DETAILS.

FULL NAME: ROHI
LAST RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: 48 ALEXANDRA DRIVE, GILLINGHAM ME7 2LP - KENT, UNITED KINGDOM
DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: 24 APRIL 1954, COLESBERG, SOUTH AFRICA
DATE AND PLACE OF DEATH: 19TH OCTOBER, 2014, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
NATURE AND CAUSE OF DEATH: CARDIAC ARREST
RELATIONSHIP WITH DECEASED: COUSIN

I can assure you everything is correct to the best of my knowledge. You have to complete the form as required, providing your personal details. Kindly send the following letter to Lloyds Bank, alongside the completed form, Letter of Administration and your Identity proof. The South African ID document will work just fine or any other identification document. The letter of attestation has already been mailed out to them by express delivery and shall meet their demands.

Please let me know when you send these to them.

Best regards,
Attorney Karl Belt
Principal Attorney, Belt LLP
Accredited Specialist, Banking and Finance Law
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Copyright © 2020 Belt LLP. All rights reserved



From: "Lloyds Bank" <operations@mylloydsbk.com>
Date: 02 Mar 2020
Subject: Re: Confirmation of relationship claims
To:
Cc:

Lloyds Bank Plc.
399 Oxford Street, Mayfair
London W1C 2BU
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 345 300 0000

Attention:

We acknowledge the receipt of your submitted inheritance claim documents. Kindly see the attached letter and funds transfer application forms and respond immediately.

Yours in service,
Dr. Gregory Speed
(Operations Manager)
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Re: Berge LLP - bergellp.uk

Unread postby Big Al » Sun Jul 19, 2020 7:33 pm

From: "Attorney Karl Belt" <belt@beltllp.com>
Date: 02 Mar 2020
Subject: Re: Estate/ funds
To:
Cc:

BELT LLP
30 SHOOTERS HILL ROAD
LONDON SE3 7BD
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: +44 (0) 203 769 1398
ww w.beltllp.co.uk

Dear

I have received the Bank's letter and must say that I am extremely delighted to know that they have approved the funds release. This is the money that I have always prayed for and I am glad the claim has gone from uncertainty to confirmation. The Bank attached a funds transfer application form which you need to complete and return to them as soon as possible. The IBAN is not applicable to you so just leave it.

The Bank needs a copy of the Awarding Certificate of Inheritance Claim from Her Majesty's Crown Court and this document will be obtained by us paying 0.1% of the inheritance sum (0.1% of £3,500,000.00) = £3,500.00 + VAT of 20% = £700.00 = £4,200.00 (Approximately R80,000.00). This is the total amount that needs to be paid at the Court in order to get the document.

Lloyds Bank also needs you to come to the UK in person to pay the administrative fee of £270.00 (R5,000) directly to their cashier over the counter. You will have to check your schedule and try to come here at the earliest possible time. However, if you are unable to come to the UK at this time to pay the administrative fee in person as required, I would like you to kindly write to the Lloyds Bank explaining to them why you cannot and ask them to allow you pay the administrative fee from South Africa.

The total amount needed to complete the process now is R85,000.00, excluding the cost of travel (if you will be coming to the United Kingdom). So far I have spent a lot of money obtaining information, securing the Letter of Administration and ensuring a fast-track to your claims application and have not for once bothered you, or even told you how I have gone about that. I did not because I am duly aware of what we are chasing and will be satisfied once this is over. However, I am down now financially but will work on getting money for the Awarding Certificate of Inheritance Claim, while you settle the administrative fee as quickly as possible.

Best regards,
Attorney Karl Belt
Principal Attorney, Belt LLP
Accredited Specialist, Banking and Finance Law
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Re: Berge LLP - bergellp.uk

Unread postby TallGuyEarl » Mon Aug 03, 2020 4:20 am

Hi to anyone and everyone

This sms and identical/similar email was also received by me 3 days ago.

Name also Ethan church

I could very much be in a worse off position if not for this site.
Thank you.

Anyone wanting all my details to catch this scam please contact me.
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Re: Berge LLP - bergellp.uk

Unread postby SlapHappy » Mon Aug 03, 2020 9:17 am

TallGuyEarl,

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