The initial phone message was somewhat confusing. In fact, you nearly deleted it without ever responding.
Thankfully, you reconsidered.
The unexpected message indicated that you might be an heir to an estate in Los Angeles County. And while you recognized the last name of the deceased, you did not know that your grandfather on your mother’s side had any siblings. In fact, you really did not know that grandfather that well as he dies when you were only 10. At the age of 53, this unexpected phone call about some distant relative’s estate seemed like a scam.
Your sister called though and indicated that she had received the same call. After checking the phone number and the name of the person leaving the message, she had discovered that this really was the name of a person who works at the Los Angeles Continue reading