Response to this letter will be appreciated… 1

“Mr.Peter Lee” writes to me from the Netherlands to tell me he is South Korean.  Then he tells me the usual scam story about needing my help to transfer large amounts of money.

The only money this scammer wants to transfer is yours.  He’s hoping you will fall for his story and start sending him money to pay “fees”.  Ignore him.

Good Day To You My Friend.

It is understandable that you might be a little bit apprehensive because you do not know me but I have a lucrative business proposal of mutual interest to share with you. I got your reference in my search for someone who suits my proposed business relationship.

I am Mr. Peter. Lee a South Korean, happily married with children, and i am a Director of Hang Seng Bank Ltd, in charge of the International Remittance department. I have a confidential business suggestion for you. I will need you to assist me in executing a business project from Hong Kong to your country. It involves the transfer of a large sum of money. Everything concerning this transaction shall be legally done without hitch. Please endeavour to observe utmost discretion in all matters concerning this issue.

Once the funds have been successfully transferred into your account, we shall share in the ratio to be agreed by both of us. I will prefer you reach me on my private email address below (peterjplee@yahoo.cn) and finally after that I shall furnish you with more information’s about this operation. Should you be interested, please forward the following to me urgently:

1. Full names
2. Occupation
3. Private phone number
4. Current contact address

Please if you are not interested delete this email and do not hunt me because I am putting my career and the life of my family at stake with this venture. Although nothing ventured is nothing gained.

Your earliest response to this letter will be appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Mr.Peter Lee
Hang Seng Bank Limited
Hong Kong.(Asia)
Email: – peterjplee@yahoo.cn

One comment on “Response to this letter will be appreciated…

  1. Reply Linda DePeel May 12,2011 10:23 pm

    Just a heads up. Beware of anything from the Netherlands, and this includes snail mail. My 88-year old mother got an offer in the mail for a “free debit card” from Amsterdam. She, not knowing and being very trusting, sent then twenty dollars that they had to have for “processing fees”. When I found out about it, I was just sick! This woman is dying of cancer and is in the nursing home, against her will! Most of her income goes for her care and it galls me to see someone in that situation (or any) to be taken advantage of. And sadly, not only will she not see her “debit card”, but she will probably hear from these scammers again, demanding more money. Caution is the word of the day, especially when you see something that sounds way too good to be true!

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