Sworn Affidavit of Fact as to next of kin
Scammer: Kevin Christman
In ye olde Royal Court of Justice, London Province ( I wonder if that's near Kent or Sussex?)
Names used: Barrister Kevin Mullins
Christian Eich, of Germany, deceased
British Bank of the Middle East, London
British Crown Court Call to bar
Another of those weird certificates from scammer Daniel Umah.
Name used: John Kennedy (and I thought he went to Harvard! )
The British Law School (wonder where that is?)
Certificate of Deposit - R.B.S.
Scammer: Farida Abdullahi
Names used: Royal Bank of Scotland
Andreas Schranner, depositor (a man who apparently died in a plane crash and is so popular with scammers. He seems to have deposited Billions of dollars in banks just like this ).
Lottery winning certificate (I think)
It's supposed to be a lottery winning certificate. It's so small it's hard to tell. Bottom left corner may feature the "Penguin of Truth" but hard to tell.
Scammer: Darius Thompson
Letter of confirmation of funds delivery
Names used: Euro Millions Lottery, UK
Hugo Bartel, President, Euro Millions
Felica M. Hoy, Attorney at Law, Commercial Bar Association of England
And neither signature even looks close to the name of the person.