If you are a Guzmán, watch out for 2.0B Euro inheritance scam
Santo Domingo.- Representatives of the Committee ofDescendants of the Late Jose Eugenio Guzmán González on Sunday urged people surnamedGuzman to be wary of scammers who charge fees to access an inheritance reportedlyas high as 2.0 billion Euros.
Committee spokeswoman Lissette Hernandez said more than2,000 beneficiaries take part in ongoing litigation to apply for theinheritance, and demand the return of Guzman’s billions of euros now in a Swissbank, but stressed that not all Guzmans are direct heirs.
"We want to denounce a group of individuals who havededicated themselves to doing business with the surname Guzman, offering them adream that they will collect an inheritance, even if they are not of ourlineage, who are the rightful heirs," she said.
Hernandez said the true heirs of the six branches arerepresented by the Committee’s 24 members, and reiterated the call for peoplewith that surname not to be fooled.