“Mr Hoi” writes to tell me that he is a senior employee of a major bank – and then tells me he has an illicit proposal for me. Do I believe him? No I don’t. Neither should you. The only business proposal Mr Hoi has is one which involves him asking you for money. Delete the email and don’t reply.
From Mong Hoi, Mutual Trust.
Hang Seng Bank Ltd
Sai Wan Ho Branch
171 Shaukiwan Road
Good Day,I am Mr. Mong Hoi, Director of Operations of the Hang Seng Bank
Ltd,Sai Wan Ho Branch, Hong Kong.I have an obscured business suggestion
for you.I am here-by seeking your service in helping me recieve a large
amount of money and in giving a clear research and feasibility studies on
areas I could invest on.
Your services will be paid for, and you will be a partner, if your
recommendation is accepted.As a bank employee, I can not operate any
personal investment till I am retired and with the Anti-corruption Bill
passed in Hong Kong; it is risky for a fixed income earner to own any
huge amount of money in Hong Kong or any foreign country. It is then
advisable to invest in any foreign land secretly and patiently wait
For security purpose, due to telecom interception in Hong Kong, I shall not
accept or acknowledge any phone call. Only fax messages/emails would be
treated in relation to this proposal but not without this code;[CODE NO:
AM-001]. Should you be further interested, I would prefer you to reach me
soon and finally after that I shall provide you with more details of this
operation. Contact me through this email for further confidential
Mr. Mong Hoi