Email Scam Alert
Email scam artists are using our firm name and sending out fake emails that appear to be from Scott Gray. Unfortunately, we have no way to stop these scam emails so please report them as spam to your email provider.
WARNING - The text below is from the scam email. It is not from our firm, or Scott Gray. DO NOT RESPOND IF YOU RECEIVE THIS EMAIL.
Greetings from the USA, I hope that this letter will come to you in good health. I am Mr. Scott Shannon Gray, Esq., a senior partner at Guest and Gray Law Firm, Texas, USA. In your free time, you can visit our website www.guestandgray.com to learn more about us. I am contacting you with a piece of vital information that is to your family benefit. We had a client, Mr. Andrea Jesse, whose last name is the same as yours, unfortunately, he died with his family in a deadly earthquake on April 14, 2010, in China that killed more than 3,000 people. His late parents came to the USA in 1942 where they lived the rest of their lives. We are contacting you because our recent family search has shown that your family profile is related to our client, which indicates the likelihood that you are related to our client. The main reason for this message is to find the members of our clients extended family from his country of origin to relate this important news to them, so as to have someone to submit to a bank in China, where our client left a huge amount of money in a fixed term deposit account that he had budgeted for his intended project in China. Considering the fact that your family is connected with the name and nationality of our client, we are inviting you to represent to the Chinese bank for the claim of the legacy. Our law firm will present you to the bank as the confirmed relative to our deceased client and we will give you all the support you need to have the bank release the legacy to you. Contact us immediately for further details. Respectfully, Scott Shannon Gray, Esq. Guest and Gray Law Firm.