Hillsboro, OR asked in Banking and Consumer Law for Oregon

Q: I was asked to help a widow if I could help her receive her late husbands funds which are in a bank account in the UK.

In return if I helped her she would pay me 20% of her late husbands funds which is over 2.6 million £ or over $3 million usd. She had her attorney contact me and explained the situation and sent me legal documents and bank statement. Well 3 years later and over $13,000 usd which I've paid in various fees I'm still waiting for access to my funds. I'm currently in contact with Bank CFO to try and resolve this process for me to receive my funds I'm beneficiary of. Let me know if I have a case . Can you help me receive access to my funds? Thank you! Sincerely, Philip

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Little Neck, NY

A: I hope your bank is able to assist you here. As a general matter, exercise caution with offers from parties you do not know who speak of sums of several million dollars, and that involve princes, heiresses, or other exotic beneficiaries. They often involve inquiries about your sensitive banking information. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

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