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Dol Posted - 29 July 2004 : 02:34:26
I need to know if a certain person is a real attorney at Law or not.
I need him to represent me for an inheritance, but I am not really sure if he is who he claim to be.
How can I verify this?
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Dol Posted - 29 July 2004 : 08:12:02
you see this people want us to send $3,511.00 US dollars as a down payment, for a Sworn affidavit of claim and a certified letter of administration from the high court in London, because according to the bank where the inheritance is, we have only 3 days to make the claim; after that we have to pay an additional $3,000.00.
Did all this sound good to you?
I do not know how you work in England, thats why I need help, but I got sick and tired, because I couldn't do nothing, and my time is running out, because you are 9 hours ahead of me and today is alrady the 2nd day.

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