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heywoodolearyfamilylawyers.com

Unread postby firefly » Tue Feb 23, 2021 5:16 pm

Heywood-Smith QC Family Lawyers is a fake company using a fraudulent website active from the domain name heywoodolearyfamilylawyers.com.

From the fake website:

Heywood-Smith QC Family Lawyers is a highly regarded Adelaide family law firm known for specialising in all aspects of family law and Wills & Estates. Our team of barristers, solicitors and arbitrators provide expert advice and representation to married and de facto couples in relation to all aspects of family law, including de facto matters, property settlements, spousal maintenance, child support, divorce, financial agreements and "pre-nuptial" agreements. In addition we are able to expertly take care of your Will and Estate planning/administration needs.


Contact details:

Office Address
24 Divett Pl,
Adelaide South Australia 5000
Postal Address
PO Box 6320
Halifax Street
South Australia 5000
Number: +61 480 050 395
Email: info@heywoodolearyfamilylawyers.com


+61480050395
Number billable as mobile number
Country or destination Australia

Entry in the aa419 Database of fraudulent websites: https://db.aa419.org/fakebanksview.php?key=148765.

From the domain name registration:

Domain name: heywoodolearyfamilylawyers.com
Updated Date: 2021-01-14
Creation Date: 2019-01-09

Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2022-01-09
Registrar: NAMECHEAP INC
Reseller: NAMECHEAP INC

Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: WhoisGuard Protected
Registrant Organization: WhoisGuard, Inc.

This is what the fake website looks like:

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The scammers stole the identity of a real lawyer and they are contacting victims out of the blue with inheritance scams. The emails are sent from free email addresses, such as gmail or outlook. The family name of the bogus deceased relative is the same as the targeted victim's family name. After the victims reply to the initial message, the scammers direct the victims to the fake site, used in this case only to add more credibility to the fraud.

The fraudsters pretend to be in Australia or Europe, when in fact they are in Nigeria.
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Re: heywoodolearyfamilylawyers.com

Unread postby firefly » Tue Feb 23, 2021 5:18 pm

Type of messages used:

Paul Heywood - Paulheywood11@outlook.com

HEYWOOD - SMITH QC FAMILY LAWYERS
Legal Practitioner, Solicitor and Arbitrator
24 Divett Pl, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Dear xxx

This is a personal letter directed to you and I request that it be treated as such. My name is Paul Heywood, a Private attorney based here in Adelaide, South Australia. Honestly it will be my humble pleasure if we can work together.

I would like you to act as the next of kin to my deceased client Late Ing. Michael xxx, a national of your country who made a deposit of $18,700,000.00 ($18.7 Million Dollars) with a Bank here in Commonwealth of Australia. He died in car accident without any registered next of kin. Several efforts were made to find his extended family through your embassy without success.

I have received official letter from the bank suggesting a likely proceeding for confiscation of the Fund in line with existing laws by the bank in which my client deposited the sum of $18.7 Million Dollars. According to the Government Law here, the fund will revert to the ownership of the South Australia Government, if nobody applies to claim the fund.

I have secured from the probate an order of Mandamus to locate any of the deceased beneficiaries, and my proposition to you is to present you to the bank as the Next of kin to my late client so that the bank will pay this $18.7 Million Dollars to you as his beneficiary then you can decide on what you will give as my percentage for assisting you in this claim. Having said that, I propose we share the proceeds 50/50, I think this is fair.

All legal documents to back up your claim will be provided by me. All I require is your honest cooperation to enable us see this transaction through. I will also guarantee you that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law here or in your country.

I look forward to your prompt response so that I can give you comprehensive details on how to proceed. Your immediate response will be highly appreciated.

Regards and God bless

Advocate Paul Heywood
Principal Attorney: HEYWOOD - SMITH QC FAMILY LAWYERS,
Direct WhatsApp: 61432687829
My Email Heywoodpaul2@gmail.com


+61432687829
Number billable as mobile number
Country or destination Australia
Original network provider* Optus Mobile Pty Ltd
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Re: heywoodolearyfamilylawyers.com

Unread postby firefly » Tue Feb 23, 2021 5:19 pm

paulheywood11@gmail.com

HEYWOOD - SMITH QC FAMILI LAWYERS
Legal adviser, attorney and arbitrator
24 Divett Pl, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Dear xxx,

This is a personal letter addressed to you and I request that it be treated as such. My name is Paul Heywood, a private attorney based in Adelaide, South Australia. Frankly, it will be my humble pleasure if we can work together.

I would like you to act as the next of kin of my deceased client Late Ing. Michael xxx, a national of your country who has made a deposit of $ 18,700,000.00 ($ 18.7 million) at a bank here in the Commonwealth of Australia. He died in a car accident with no recorded next of kin. Several attempts have been made to find his extended family through your embassy without success.

I have received an official letter from the bank suggesting that there would be a likely forfeiture of the Fund, in accordance with the existing laws of the bank into which my client deposited $ 18.7 million dollars. Under government law here, the fund will revert to the government of South Australia if no one files an application to claim the fund.

I have received an order from Mandamus from the estate to locate one of the deceased beneficiaries, and my proposal to you is to introduce you as next of kin to my deceased client so that the bank will pay this $ 18.7 million dollars pay to you as its beneficiary, then you can decide what to give as my percentage to help you with this claim. That said, I suggest we split the proceeds 50/50, I think this is fair.

All legal documents in support of your claim are provided by me. All I need is your honest cooperation to enable us to go through this transaction. I also guarantee that this will be conducted under a legitimate scheme that will protect you from any violation of the law here or in your country.

I look forward to your prompt response so that I can give you in-depth details on how to proceed. Your immediate response is greatly appreciated.

Greetings and God bless

Lawyer Paul Heywood
Chief Attorney: HEYWOOD - SMITH QC FAMILY LAWYERS,
Direct WhatsApp: +61432687829
My email paulheywood11@gmail.com
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vincentchambers.com

Unread postby firefly » Tue Feb 23, 2021 5:22 pm

Same content, same street, but in France - Vincent Chambers et sollicité.

From the fake website:

Vincent Chambers et sollicité is a highly regarded French family law firm known for specialising in all aspects of family law and Wills & Estates. Our team of barristers, solicitors and arbitrators provide expert advice and representation to married and de facto couples in relation to all aspects of family law, including de facto matters, property settlements, spousal maintenance, child support, divorce, financial agreements and "pre-nuptial" agreements. In addition we are able to expertly take care of your Will and Estate planning/administration needs.


Contact details:

24 Divett Pl French SA 5000
Office Address
10 Avenue foche 75001 Paris
France.
Barrister Vicent Ebycard.
Number: +33761353899
Email: info@vincentchambers.com
vincen@vincentchambers.com


+33761353899
Number billable as mobile number
Country or destination France
City or exchange location Métropole
Original network provider* Bouygues Telecom

Entry in the aa419 Database of fraudulent websites: https://db.aa419.org/fakebanksview.php?key=148764.

From the domain name registration:

Domain Name: vincentchambers.com
Updated Date: 2020-07-31
Creation Date:2020-07-31
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2021-07-31
Registrar: OwnRegistrar, Inc.
Reseller: HostNowNow Ltd
Domain Status: ok
Registry Registrant ID: OR_43425
Registrant Name: David Okechi
Registrant Street: 1912 Pacific Ave
Registrant City: Dallas
Registrant State/Province: Texas
Registrant Postal Code: 75201
Registrant Country: United States
Registrant Phone:+1.2165690291
Registrant Email: dcushva@gmail.com

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