Scam Alert: There is email message that offers Mutual Partnership from David Louis. What if someone offers you a mutual partnership and you are going to receive 40% of $11,000,000 or equivalent to four million four hundred thousand US dollars.
Should I believe to the person who claimed as a personal lawyer of another person that has a big position in a reputable company? According to the email message I received last August 16, 2016, the email sender introduced his self as Mr. David Louis. He said he is a citizen from England and he is the personal attorney of Robert Fitzpatrick (American who was a consultant at Shell UK LTD in London). According to David Louis, Robert Fitzpatrick is his client.
What is Partnership and How Does it Works
Before you analyze this email message. Understand first what is meant by business partnership, mutual partnership and how does partnership works.
Answer: A partnership has agreement and arrangement between two or more people (investors) about how to share the profits accordingly and these business partners are liable of a business ventures.
Therefore there should be an arrangement and agreement between the partners. A simple document that states how profits should be distributed and the terms and conditions are the strong bonds of business partners. A signature of both partners are applicable.
Scam Alert: Mutual Partnership from David Louis Solicitors and Associates
Take a look at this message and analyze what is the real intention of David Louis. Is it really a mutual partnership or just want to collect money to many people.
Subject: I NEED YOUR PARTNERSHIP
Sender’s Name: David Louis Esq
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Data Retrieved: Aug 16, 2016 at 8:29 PM
(Start of Email Message)
DAVID LOUIS SOLICITORS AND ASSOCIATES
3 Whit More Gardens
London, NW10 5HH
RE: MUTUAL PARTNERSHIP
My apologies for barging into your privacy without prior notification, I am David Louis, an England Citizen and also the personal attorney to Robert Fitzpatrick, an American who was a consultant with Shell UK LTD in London, who shall be referred to as my client. Unfortunately my client lost his life on Boeing Egypt Air Flight 990, which crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on October 31st, 1999. and left no clear beneficiary as Next of Kin except some vital documents related to the deposit still with me.
All efforts by me to trace his Next of Kin proved abortive because he did not make any will prior to his death. Since then I have made several inquiries to locate any of my late clients extended relatives and this has proved unsuccessful. After my several unsuccessful attempts to locate any member of his family hence I contacted you.
I was just searching through the web when I came across your profile with an advance search engine. My intention of contacting you is to assist in claiming the money left behind by my client before they get confiscated or in other words seized or declared unclaimed by the security company where this huge deposit was deposited. Particularly, the finance company where the deceased had the said fund valued at USD 11 million dollars has issued me a notice to provide the next of kin.
Consequent upon this, my idea is that we can have a deal/agreement and I am going to do this legally with your name as the bona fide beneficiary of the amount in question as I have all legal
Document to back our claim, I seek your consent to present you as the next of kin to the deceased so that the proceeds of this account valued at $11 Million US dollars can be paid to your account abroad, note that 40% of this money will be for you, in respect to the provision of a foreign account and 50% for me, 10% will be used for the reimbursement of any expenditure we may incur in the cause of the transaction.
I guarantee that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law, all I need from you is your utmost collaboration and sincerity for us to thrive in this deal. Get back to me if you are ready to partner with me.
God bless you.
(End of Email Message)
This is definitely a SCAM Email. Who the hell will allow a big transaction via online. Also, it is obviously that David Louis is using other people’s name to make us believe in his email that he is really a “Personal Attorney”.
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