Mr Paul – when someone with your last name dies

One day I got an email from a Mr Paul. I wondered who this new friend could be. I decided that I loved Mr Paul… There was something endearing about his use of title + first name. He needed to hear from me. Plus, he said he knew someone with my last name! Maybe it was a long lost relative…

Phishing email

Subject: From Mr. Paul
Good Day,
In searching for my late client who died few years ago a long side his family in boat accident, I came across your last name which matches with my client last name. I hereby seek your consent to present you as beneficiary to his funds $27.5m since you have the same last name, There are claim file in Documents to enable you and claim the funds legitimately, if you interested, Please Contact me on mrpaulbaloyi@gmail.com with your names, age, Phone and Nationality for more Details on how to claim the funds.
Best Regards,
Mr. Paul Baloyi
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My Response

I take money. Now thank yo. Where money?
It seems Mr Paul didn’t feel the same way about me. I didn’t hear from him again.

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