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PC Booster Scam Alert – Inheritance Scam

Inheritance scam is just like any other online scams out there that only aim to deceive people and make them their victims so that they can easily steal any personal information or even confidential details about the person.

With inherited scam, the scammer will suddenly contact any computer user and tell them that you are a very rich person who suffers from a serious disease and is looking for someone to inherit his riches. The scammer will then tell their victims that they will leave their wealth to the victim. Another instance is that the scammer will call the victim informing them that a very wealthy benefactor or a distant relative who died abroad and was leaving them with a very huge wealth and that they are entitled to claim it. The scammer will pretend to be the lawyer of the said wealthy person, foreign official or a banker so that the user can easily be convinced

Some will provide you with certain names of your distant relatives who are leaving abroad while others will even use the names of some public figures or a popular individual to make them more convincing.

There are also other inheritance scams that do not use the name of your family members but instead, they will pretend to be a very rich individual who will die with no will. Some uses news articles while other will even use a publicized announcements saying that you are among the lucky beneficiary.

All of these operations are pointing to only one goal, and that is to deceive people. We at PC Booster doesn’t want our clients to be a victim of this inheritance scam, thus we offer you our PC Booster scam alert to provide you with additional awareness on how you can get rid of this scams and protect yourself as well as your personal information.