Miller Easton Associates –

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Victim Location 60134
Type of a scam Phishing

received letter in mail with stamp from canada, Heading said Miller, Easton and associates lawfirm, said notary public and gave an address for it in ontario canada. (I live in USA). The letter claimed I had a distant relative (with my same last name) whom I did not know, that died in a car accident, and no one had come to claim his Permanent life insurance policy. The letter said the unclaimed amount was $9,520,000.00. The letter stated the lawyer wanted to split 90% of this money with me and 10% would have to go to charity. They said they had all the documents to substantiate my claim as beneficiary. It gave an email and mobile phone number, and was signed by a Larry Miller, Attorney. They only ask you to respond and give your phone number to them. There are others on internet who got the same exact type letter, with similar claim and dollar amt that could be rewarded. Please be careful, I am older and many might fall for this. Although they didn’t immediately ask for personal info except my phone, I believe this letter was just the beginning of me giving them an inlet to get ahold of me and get personal info from me. This person was up to no good

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  • I received the same letter in California, with all the same details (dollar amount, accident, etc.). It’s highly doubtful that anybody would leave a $9.5 million insurance policy unclaimed. It’s obviously a scam, but we rarely receive these through the postal service. They normally come in by phone. There was no return address on the envelope. The phone number cited on the letter differs from the ones listed on Miller, Easton & Associates Lawfirm website. I forwarded a copy of my letter to the lawfirm seeking an explanation, but my original copy is headed to the trash.

  • I received the same letter. Stating the deceased man of the same name as I did and that the policyholder was their client and the policy amount is $9,520,000.00. They would give 10% to charities and they want to split 90% with me. Thats crazy because we would not be able to prove that Im actually a living relative just because we have the same name and the same nationality. This is a scam for sure and I will send this to the Canadian consulate so they are aware of it.

  • received letter in mail with stamp from canada, Heading said Miller, Easton and associates lawfirm, said notary public and gave an address for it in Toronto, Canada. The letter claimed there is an unclaimed “Permanent Life Insurance Policy” held by a deceased client of their company. They have a transaction that pertains to an unclaimed “Payable -on-Death” savings monetary deposit. The letter said the unclaimed amount was $9,520,000.00. The policy holder was a Real Estate Developer in Canada. They said they had all the documents to substantiate my claim as beneficiary. It gave an email and mobile phone number, and was signed by a Larry Miller, Attorney. They only ask you to respond and give your phone number to them. There are others on internet who got the same exact type letter, with similar claim and dollar amt that could be rewarded. Please be careful,

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