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Careful with Scammers Posing as Spanish Lawyers

March 18th, 2009

who is this businessmanWithin the last year we’ve seen an alarming increase in the number of queries regarding the legitimacy of certain Spanish law firms and lawyers. These companies are in fact non-existent and act only as shelter companies devised to fleece foreigners offering them dubious legal services often related to some murky financial interest, which is in the end nothing but some sort of advance fee fraud (http://en NULL.wikipedia NULL.org/wiki/Advance_fee_fraud). Foreigners should be well advised that these scammers pass themselves off as legitimate Spanish law firms and lawyers. They prey exclusively on foreigners and are in fact not even Spanish themselves. Their command of English is very good.

Spanish lawyers belong to one of the numerous Bar Associations that sprawl throughout Spain. There are a total of 83. Every lawyer member of a BA will have a registered number. It is very easy to check in less than a minute if a Spanish lawyer is legitimate, providing he is in fact registered of course.

These fraudsters will always contact you to offer legal assistance in some service of which you by chance are the sole lucky beneficiary. The potential reward to reap is huge (hundreds of thousands if not millions) in exchange of a reasonable legal fee which in comparison doesn’t seem like much. The preffered contact method is email (which they may follow up by ordinary post), and they will offer you either of the following legal “services”:

  1. Letting you know that after a long and winding investigation it has surfaced that you are the sole live beneficiary of a considerable Spanish inheritance from some distant relative you had in Spain (unbeknown to you) that has sadly passed away.
  2. Offering you to join group actions to recover deposits from bogus resale time share companies in ongoing court proceedings (Reclaim Certificates (http://www NULL.thisismoney NULL.co NULL.uk/news/columnists/article NULL.html?in_article_id=401923&in_page_id=19&in_author_id=5)).
  3. Notifying you that you have won the Spanish Lottery (despite never having played it) or that you have been selected in a random draw and are now the lucky beneficiary of a special promotion from the generous Spanish Lotto Administration.
  4. Contacting you regarding using your bank account, in exchange of a sizeable commission, for some million dollar bank transfer with origin in some dodgy place in Africa. This is known as the Nigerian Letters.
  5. Offer to assist you in the verification and payment of unclaimed funds located in Spain of which you happen to be the only beneficiary.

An example of enquiries about such bogus firms are the following:

  • Martinez e Beneficio (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/forums/showthread NULL.php?t=117)
  • Alberto Ganez Y Socio (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/forums/showthread NULL.php?t=155)
  • Perez, Gonzalez and Associates (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/forums/showthread NULL.php?t=97) & Perez, Carrera and Associates (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/forums/showthread NULL.php?t=97)

Our recommendation, as always, is to never ever pay moneys upfront if you have the slightest suspicion about the legitimicay of the people you are dealing with.

We have compiled a list of bogus law firms (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/forums/showthread NULL.php?t=382)which is continously updated.

 
Other interesting related links:

  • Protecting Yourself from Pyramid or “Ponzi” Schemes – 21st February 2009
  • Fraudulent sell of shares from Spain – Boiler rooms (http://www NULL.fsa NULL.gov NULL.uk/pages/Doing/Regulated/Law/Alerts/overseas NULL.shtml) UK FSA’s link.
  • Timeshare resellers: Be careful! (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/articles/showArticle/timeshare-reselling-scam) – 23rd of August 2001
  • Lottery Fraud: Yet Another Scam (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/articles/showArticle/gordo-sweepstakes-scam) – 24th September 2001
  • Is the ‘El Gordo Lottery Sweepstake Company’ a genuine company? (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/questions/showQuestion/133-Is-the-%27El-Gordo-Lottery-Sweepstake-Company%27-a-genuine--company-)
  • European Mediation Limited (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/forums/showthread NULL.php?t=77)
  • Bogus Holiday Club Membership (mostly in Canaries) (http://www NULL.marbella-lawyers NULL.com/forums/showthread NULL.php?t=365)

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  1. Brad
    March 10th, 2017 at 18:17 | #1

    SCAM – Same mode “Spanish Lawyer” family member died. 10% to charity rest of $10Million split 50/50. Scammers info are as follows:

    Raul Juan Garcia (Abogado)
    +34 672 820 836
    raulgarcia@mail.com (raulgarcia null@null mail NULL.com)

    Be Aware!!!

    Thanks everyone!!

  2. April 12th, 2017 at 04:13 | #2

    My sons sisters brothers mothers husbands father-in-law got a letter like this saying someone died from a heart attack and that he was the only relative he could find that was still alive and was offering him $9.1 million USD (after a 50/50 split) and he should try and keep it out of the media.

  3. sylvie durant
    April 26th, 2017 at 18:47 | #3

    same scam from “JAR & ABOGADOS, Castellon de la Plana, 20, Madrid”
    unknown relative died in tsunami in 2004 leaving millions of $$!!

  4. neil
    May 2nd, 2017 at 19:30 | #4

    i have received today letter from josel abogodas what a load of crap why do these people bother

  5. Jenny
    June 7th, 2017 at 17:04 | #5

    same scam from “JAR & ABOGADOS, Velazquez 86-94 Madrid, Spain” saying someone died from stroke and cancer. Left millions of $$ wants 20% donated to charity the remainder to be 50/50.

    Scammers:
    Barrister Juan Antonio Ruiz
    01134911 899 574

    Be careful!!

  6. Teresa
    July 6th, 2017 at 17:35 | #6

    I received a fax from MJ Hayes & Associates staying we are the solo recipients of a relative that died in a China earthquake and they want me to got the money out of a safe in Spain and that we can be inheriting 7.8 m dlls
    But never answer and just research this web to let you know

  7. Dr. Dietrich Fischer
    July 12th, 2017 at 13:34 | #7

    To Whom it may concern,
    I have beten asked by allegedly the Banco Santander Central Hispano S.A. to Engage an Agent Barrister Helen Brown Associate to support the Transfer of a larger Fund to my Account ägäischen Palmenzweig of a larger fee. What about this Agent.
    Regards Dietrich Fischer

  8. Alistair Black
    September 7th, 2017 at 16:17 | #8

    Can you tell me if CLA Canarian legal Alliance based in Gran Canaria is a reputable Compnay

  9. September 15th, 2017 at 18:44 | #9

    new scam by fax:+34951248941 MJ Hayes & Associates. Mr. Harvey Ramon Pena tel:+34604245181

  10. Monika Hartmann
    September 21st, 2017 at 11:07 | #10

    @Teresa Received the same fax yesterday. China earthquake and 7.8 million dollars.

  11. Joe Smith
    September 26th, 2017 at 11:51 | #11

    We received exactly the same letter from Ripoll & Mateu Abogados. The client also died if cancer and stroke and left €11,500,000 What a joke.

  12. JB Busset
    September 28th, 2017 at 13:24 | #12

    I am Jean-Bernard Busset, residing in Geneva (Switzerland). I was the victim of a scam to the inheritance of a so-called cousin who died in Spain. This lady bequeathed to me the sum of 5’250’000 Euros. The information was sent to me by postal mail sent by Mr. Manuel Felix Bargados from Cabinet Josel Abogados in Madrid. His accomplice, Mr. Pfister Montes, so-called banking officer at the bank Cetelem in Madrid claimed to hold the funds. I had paid 13,000 Swiss francs for the costs of proceedings when I realized that it was a scam. My lawyer has given up on filing a complaint because of the complexity of the case and the unlikelihood of finding the perpetrators.

  13. Lizah
    October 11th, 2017 at 02:17 | #13

    In Oct 2017 someone called me from 52-33-3207-9256 (Mexico calling card) passing as a family member who landed at DFW airport asking for me to pick him up. When I was in route he called me back stating
    that he was in a big problem. He was brining $25,000 and he was only allowed to bring $10k so he needed to pay around 9.1% taxes. To stop from paying taxes on 25k they were going to put 15k on my name and I needed to pay taxes only on the 10k. Licenciada Esmeralda Gomez Gonzalez supposed to be the one helping my family member (they only spoke Spanish). She told me to find the closest Walmart and wire money to Jorge Contreras Quiroz in Zapotan Halisco Mexico, phone 3332079266. The money was $1,400 which would cover the taxes owe for the 10k. Once I paid the $1,400 the other 15k was going to be release to my family member. When I asked for further identification information on my family member, Esmeralda got upset and told me to follow step by step what she was telling me to do. I told her I was going to report her to the FBI and I hang up. They did not call me back.

  14. Karina
    November 3rd, 2017 at 01:52 | #14

    Jose Garcia Sliva (Attorney)

    address Rua de Oliveira Monteiro 72 4050-442 Porto Portugal
    fax +351 30 880 5454
    Branco Castel Advogados E Solicitador
    email josegarciasilva@netcmail.com (josegarciasilva null@null netcmail NULL.com) brancocastel@consultant.com (brancocastel null@null consultant NULL.com)

    investment deposit worth 2750000 euro

  15. Todd Gladieux
    December 2nd, 2017 at 02:46 | #15

    This one is from WestGate Wealth Advisors which does have a website, but it’s the same line of bullshit. The con artists name is Mr. Simon Martinez Gisbert. He provides an e-mail simonisbert@gmx.es (simonisbert null@null gmx NULL.es) and another e-mail address of smgisbert@gmail.com (smgisbert null@null gmail NULL.com) …… This one is for a 50/50 split on $7.8 Million. Supposedly my distant relative Thomas and his family all died in the 2008 China earthquake and I am the only one he has been able to find. I am in California but I have relatives all over Illinois and Indiana. What a total douche bag.

  16. Jim Tenbrook
    December 7th, 2017 at 17:06 | #16

    I received a fax from WestGate Wealth Advisors same as the post from Todd Gladieux. My relative was supposedly also Thomas who died in the 2008 China earthquake. Thomas left 7.8 million to divide, same as Todd.

    The least they could do if they are going to scam people is change the names of the relatives.

  17. varua Bas
    December 22nd, 2017 at 04:06 | #17

    SCAM Alert
    info:
    Alberto Martinez
    tel:01134603328182
    Fax:01134911817699
    email:albertomartinez1170@gmail.com

  18. Rajiv
    January 9th, 2018 at 21:24 | #18

    Received a similar letter from Attorney: Mr. Javier Martin Fernandez
    Earthquake disaster cauased the death of a business magnate with the same last name as mine.
    Inheritance is $ 9.2 million to be shared 50/50.

    SCAM! SCAM!! SCAM!!!!

  19. Ines
    January 10th, 2018 at 19:45 | #19

    Hello,

    I just received the similar scam letter from a “lawyer” in Spain finding the only living relative to split $4.7 million in a bank. The family had died in a China in a earthquake. Con artist Wealth advisor posing name is Alex Diego Ricardo. As others have posted the person that had died his name is “Thomas” too. BE AWARE!

  20. Jose María Cid Fernandez
    January 20th, 2018 at 18:42 | #20

    I am a Spanish lawyer and a public notary in Spain.
    I have just received in in my official e mail a letter ofering me €10.500.000,00 deposited in an English bank from a supposed spanish lawyer in England (Carlos Martinez Solicitors at Bristol), but the email direction ends in .de (Denmmark).
    Please never answer to this letters, they are always a fraud.

  21. Keti
    February 7th, 2018 at 20:05 | #21

    @Karina
    Hi Karina are you able to provide more information about this Jose Garcia Silva? I too receive the same from this person but the email is different.

    Much appreciated if you get back to me.

  22. Jennifer
    February 14th, 2018 at 15:40 | #22

    Letter via Fax Silverstand Abogados
    Same stuff Spanish inheritance
    Mr. Greorio
    Ikun Saul
    +34 604 332 824 Fax +34 935 504 293
    Email: gregikunsaul@gmail.com (gregikunsaul null@null gmail NULL.com)
    Email: silverstand@spainmail.com (silverstand null@null spainmail NULL.com)

  23. Theodore
    February 21st, 2018 at 07:01 | #23

    Out of curiosity, I have kept these scam letters over the last year, all of them received at my office fax #:

    Received Feb 20, 2018 fax from Hernando Legal Advisors, Attorney Gonzalez Sasia Morales, contacting me to arrange payout of $9.3 million (split with him), said to be money left in an account of someone who shares my last name (first name Thomas) who was said to have died in an earthquake in China in 2008. They have a professional-appearing website if you do a search.

    Received July 3, 2017 fax from Nicholas Simon Garcia, Attorney with MJ Hayes & Associates almost exact wording of Feb 2018 letter except dollar amount was $7.8 million. This letter was also regarding ‘Thomas’, with same last name as me, said to have died in that China earthquake. Did a search back then and found a professional appearing website, but a search now for MJ Hayes leads to mention of legal scams.

    Received Feb 6, 2017 fax from Humberto Zaragosa Soza, Attorney with Sauslink International, similar letter, this time about ‘David’, with same last name as mine, who was said to have tragically died and left $13.3 million which needs to be paid out to someone. At that time I did a search and found a professional appearing website, but a search now for Sauslink leads to mention of legal scams.

  24. Stephanie
    February 28th, 2018 at 02:24 | #24

    Received snail mail today postmarked from Lisbon…it appears that Sandra Garcia…”Administrative Magaer at a Vault of a Financial Security Institute in Barcelona” has a financial opportunity for me. $26,700,000. Has be discovered in a safety deposit box belonging to a relative of mine who was killed with his whole family in “a ghastly car accident in Porto, Portugal!,,,She can get me 40%…she takes 50% and the remaining 10% goes to a charity. I must tell no one about this…and contact her at Tel # 011 34 602 099 915. Or Fax 011 34 917 915 259. Or e mail. Sandra9900garcia @gmail.com

    Only her husband knows about this. She guarantees I would be protected…Oh…and God Bless Me

  25. Patri
    February 28th, 2018 at 19:36 | #25

    We have received this letter today in Slovenija from Spain, it said that we are the only relatives from this Man who died in train bombing. The lawyer offers split 45/45 and 10% for charity. Scam!
    Francisco Gonzalez Navarro.

  26. Ken S
    February 28th, 2018 at 21:35 | #26

    I have in front of me a fax they had sent to my office. Again, I am the sole heir of someone who died during the ‘Great Wenchuan earthquake China…’ in 2008. They are willing to take a 50:50 split. This is from a Alex Diego Ricardo, and even has a legal logo on the top of the fax letterhead. It’s not enough that they target the email accounts. Now they are spamming my fax. What’s next?

  27. Olga
    March 5th, 2018 at 15:14 | #27

    @Patri
    A friend of mine who cannot speak/understand English contacted me with a letter that she received (by regular mail) with exactly the same content that you mentioned and from the same Francisco Gonzalez Navarro (Barrister, ha,ha..). I immediatelly suspected it was a fraud, but since she was all excited about the tentative “inheritance”, I promised her to investigate into this matter. Thus I opened a new account on my e-mail and sent this “barrister” a reply on her behalf, asking him to specify how he expects to carry out this transaction. The reply is still pending… :-)))

  28. Colleen
    March 13th, 2018 at 16:53 | #28

    @Teresa

    @Theodore

    We just received the exact same fax. The “relative” that died is also Thomas, with my boss’s last name after. LOL! I really get a kick out of these. Our number was 4.7 Million!

    I feel bad for people who fall for this.

  29. Ben Johnson
    March 16th, 2018 at 21:32 | #29

    I just got defrauded by a guy claiming to be a lawyer in Valencia, Spain who told me that I have a relative who passed away from an earthquake. His name is Alex Diego Ricardo. Complete scammer. He worked in collusion with SFA Custodian to scam me over 80000 euros. The other guy’s name is Oscar Vicente Josue. Beware of these scammers! They need to go jail and stop preying on the innocent people! They need to be jailed!!

  30. Scott
    March 16th, 2018 at 21:34 | #30

    Anyone know where and how to report such criminals in Spain? We have to put a stop to these frauds!

  31. Ann L
    March 16th, 2018 at 21:37 | #31

    SCAM Alert
    Info:
    Alex Diego Ricardo
    tel:01134604332824
    office: 01134603120875
    Fax:01134935504293
    Email: alaxdiegoricardo@gmail.com (alaxdiegoricardo null@null gmail NULL.com)

  32. Keti
    March 18th, 2018 at 22:56 | #32

    josegarciasilva@counsellor.com (josegarciasilva null@null counsellor NULL.com), info@banbpi-pt.com (info null@null banbpi-pt NULL.com), josegarciasilva@netc.pl (josegarciasilva null@null netc NULL.pl), g.p.soares@netc.eu (g NULL.p NULL.soares null@null netc NULL.eu), gps@gpsassociados.com (gps null@null gpsassociados NULL.com), bancbpip@lion.truehostdns.com (bancbpip null@null lion NULL.truehostdns NULL.com). Jose Garcia Silva Tel: + 351 923 142 552 Branco Castel Advos E Solicitador brancocastel@counsellor.com (brancocastel null@null counsellor NULL.com), Anxo Acosta Tel: +351 308 801 956& Sr George Pinheiro Soares Tel: + 351 308 804 150
    Direct line:+ 351 920 592 562. IRMAO F.LDA, Mundo Sem Muros Unip LDA. Inheritance of 2,750,000 Euros. Do not believe anything these people say they’re from Lisbon Portugal or who knows the truth of what country they will say their from. Jose will act as his a church person and they go to the pint of creating fake documents from all sorts of governments or banks. they also go as far as creating a fake bank website and also provide you with your own fake bank account details to make it seem real. Hope this information helps out someone before they get caught up in this scam/fraud.

  33. Madonna
    March 21st, 2018 at 23:23 | #33

    Got a letter today, I live in Croatia.
    To split the money, of course.

    Christian Hernando LLB.
    Private e-mail: hernandolawfirm@gmail.com (hernandolawfirm null@null gmail NULL.com)
    Office e-mail: info@hernandoamvisors.ml (info null@null hernandoamvisors NULL.ml)
    tel: +34631917356

  34. Jon C
    April 10th, 2018 at 20:05 | #34

    SCAM Alert Verified:

    Spanish Police is currently investigating into the following persons:

    Info:
    Alex Diego Ricardo
    tel:01134604332824
    office: 01134603120875
    Fax:01134935504293
    Email: alaxdiegoricardo@gmail.com (alaxdiegoricardo null@null gmail NULL.com)

    Affiliated with SFA Custodian

    DO NOT TRUST THEM!!

  35. April 12th, 2018 at 16:33 | #35

    I too just received a fax from Silverstand Abogados, legal experts saying I can claim the 6.8 million Thomas (my married last name)left in a safe deposit box. The “private financial advisor” Herbert Clare John has an email address of clarejohnherbert@gmail.com (clarejohnherbert null@null gmail NULL.com). Thomas also supposedly died along with his family during the Great Wenchuan earthquake in China, May 12, 2008. I really wish there was a way we could prosecute these people so they quit scamming the elderly.

  36. April 12th, 2018 at 17:21 | #36

    Received letter today via fax from Mr. Herbert Clare John about my possible inheritance of: 6.8Mil Euro, it’s very well known just from reading these letters that it’s scam artist, his email address is: clarejohnherbert@vfemail.net (clarejohnherbert null@null vfemail NULL.net)
    and he is asking to respond to him to email: clarejohnherbert@gmail.com (clarejohnherbert null@null gmail NULL.com)
    this is not first letter we received from different individuals but the same scam. I just wish they would find different way of making living and not scamming people out of their money. These games are worn out and very sick.

  37. Tom Keriotis
    April 14th, 2018 at 20:59 | #37

    Letter received in USA from Paula Martinez Perez telephone 011-3461 507-541-1560 113 491-181-3378 email Paulamartinezperezesp@gmail.com (Paulamartinezperezesp null@null gmail NULL.com). she’s list that she is the administrative manager at a vault of a financial & Security Institute in Barcelona Spain. She meant advised me that I may be a beneficiary of a 16.7 million-dollar safe deposit box. The money split was to be 40% to myself 50% to her 10% to charity.

  38. Lisa Krieger
    April 16th, 2018 at 19:54 | #38

    same scam, received in California, USA:

    Paula Martinez Perez
    01134615075411
    paulamartinezperezesp@gmail.com (paulamartinezperezesp null@null gmail NULL.com)

    Stop these people.

  39. Elizabeth
    April 26th, 2018 at 00:29 | #39

    i received the same letter in Toronto from Paula Martinez.
    Same phone numbers and email.

  40. Fred
    April 27th, 2018 at 13:28 | #40

    Lisa Krieger :
    same scam, received in California, USA:
    Paula Martinez Perez
    01134615075411
    paulamartinezperezesp@gmail.com (paulamartinezperezesp null@null gmail NULL.com)
    Stop these people.

    Scam received by snail mail. Same phone number. Address label used, mailed from France. OLD 4-1-9 scam but odd that he used an actual stamp. Must be his first day trying this out. :)

    Name used: Francisca Gonzalez
    phone 011-34-615-075-411
    fax 011-34-919-016-527
    e-mail used was francisca@franciscagonzalezesp.com (francisca null@null franciscagonzalezesp NULL.com)

    The domain has a DNS of 0.0.0.0 so might be dead.
    Based on the fact that this letter used an address label (and no return address) looks like someone’s going through the Rotary International Directory scouring addresses.

  41. JN Putnam
    April 27th, 2018 at 21:23 | #41

    I am located in California, USA – received same scam letter dated April 4, 2018

    from:
    Paula Martinez Perez
    01134615075411
    paulamartinezperezesp@gmail.com (paulamartinezperezesp null@null gmail NULL.com)

    Envelope has 1.30 EURO postal cancellation stamp dated April 6, 2018.
    Office Depot branded envelope.

  42. Carl
    May 10th, 2018 at 16:45 | #42

    Like one of the other people on this site I also received a letter that I have the chance to inherit €5,250,000,000 from a:
    Gesfisen & Partners, Calle Mayor, 5, 28180 Torrelaguna, Madrid, Espania.
    Its printed on a cheap piece of A4 paper which is claiming to be a lawyers firm, although the address does exist (quick google) its a house on a small housing estate in Spain.
    This idiot claiming to be Felipe G Pulga wanted me to email him on fepulga@email.com (fepulga null@null email NULL.com) or phone him
    PS he also needs my banking details so he can transfer the funds of which he wants 30% of the fund for his trouble.
    Where do these people come from, I think 30% is too much (only joking)

  43. Hope
    June 7th, 2018 at 11:39 | #43

    I also received the same. He said I must pay 890 Euros upfront so that they can release 7,8 million but they gave me personal details for me to deposit the money. He said he is the head of assets. His surname is Domingo but when I Google the head of assets, I don’t get such name.

  44. Jeff Penny
    June 7th, 2018 at 22:32 | #44

    They are still at it, – received a letter today, 08 June 2018, dated
    04 July 2018 by them. (1st mistake)

    The letter was from Jaimez H Blanco, working for Eco Abogados Y Asso,
    Informing me of a potential life insurance payout of over £10 million dollars, of which he would require10% to give to Charity and the balance would be shared between us, (2nd mistake).

    Although they wrote to me, by letter, they required a phone call of e-mail only in reply,(3rd mistake).

    What a load of wankers!

  45. Jim Reinhardt
    August 5th, 2018 at 17:10 | #45

    Letter received in USA from Paula Martinez Perez telephone 011-3461 … at a vault of a financial & Security Institute in Barcelona Spain. Old Con back in action! Beware of this FRAUD

  46. Vincent Cher
    September 6th, 2018 at 16:48 | #46

    An email from someone by the name of Alfred Yoro Jessa Mae that she was diagnosed with 4 stage of lung cancer and will be going to her final opeartion soon. Her doctor give her only a month to live. She claimed that she had 4.6 millions Euro deposited with a Spanish Bank and had only a 15 years old daughter and her husband is dead few years ago. She is willing to give 20% for building a school of Orphanage for the poor and the balance fund 50% to me and the other 50% to her daughter and I will be her guidance till she is 21 or got marriage whichever is earlier I will then hand over the daughter 50% to her. The beauty of this Scam is that she stayed in Canada (Quebec) holding a Philippines Passport and the fund is in Banco Sabadell in Madrid. I played along with her fully knowing this is a SCAM. What surprise me is that this Banco Sabadell email me that this Jessa had wrote them an email and nominated me as her beneficiary and wanted the fund to transfer to my Country. I too played along with them and provided them all the documents they asked for but I am a step clever than them that I gave then documents like the ID and Passport of one of my dead relative. I call those number on their Bank letter head they give me and you know what the main numbers of the Bank is Incorrect and cannot get thru but Director of the Remittance can go thru but it is a Cellphone Number. They think I am an idiot or fool that such a Big Bank need to give the Remittance Director a cellphone where as all their main lines number is INCORRECT. To enjoy myself I continue to play with them. The said Bank put me into a fake website of the Bank showing my dead relative photo and his particulars claiming all arrangement are ready to execute by what lack is the approval Code from the Central Bank Of Spain which they said their already submitted to Central Bank of Spain to obtain the approval Code which should reached then in few hours and asked me to wait for the good news and will email me the final documents but before this I need to contact the Bank Attorney by the name of Alberto Gabasini of his firm ALBERTO G. ABOGADOS whom we obtained all the necessary release paper from Central Bank Of Spain. Ha ha ha beautiful drama is starting now. The owner of the fund Jessa Mae all of a sudden passed away and the great Attorney demanded that I need to paid $2937.55 Euro and to be remitted to a so call Ms Victoria Aman who is the Account Manager of CBS immediately and when she received it she will released the approved Transfer Code from CBS immediately and the fund will be wired out to me. I asked them why can they debit the amount from the fund and if I wanted to transfer the payment for the CBS (Central Bank Of Spain) Transfer Code why should I need to remit to another Bank under a named Individual Account holder. Why cant I paid directly to Central Bank Of Spain which are the one whom demand this charges. They get upset and tell me they had send me copies of Fatur from CBS is good enough to prove that this money is CBS charge and I should act fast within 3 days to have this $2937.55 remitted. Ha ha ha they think I am that greedy nor desperate and fall into this simple scam with some many tell tales from the start. ANYWAY PLEASE JUST TAKE NOTE OF THE BELOW NAME WHO ARE IN THIS SCAM :
    A) ALFRED YORO JESSA MAE. PHILIPPINES PASSPORT NO. XX5748364 AGE : 21 MAR 1971
    EMAIL : jessamejean@yahoo.com (jessamejean null@null yahoo NULL.com)
    B) JASMINE KYLA ALFRED YORO. TORONTO ID 658749745-006. D.O.B : FEB 23,2003
    EMAIL : jasminekylayoro@gmail.com (jasminekylayoro null@null gmail NULL.com) tELP : (001) 4184783566 / 1-418-478-4641
    C) O’HARE MICHAEL-THE DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL REMITTANC. BANCO SABADELL-MADRID.
    TELP : (034) 604202825./ (034)911849870.
    EMAIL : info@bncsadel.com (info null@null bncsadel NULL.com) / bncsadell@accountant.com (bncsadell null@null accountant NULL.com)
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