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Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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Mr

From: HSBC Bank plc < davidsmith.hsbcbnkplc@yahoo.co.uk >
Sent: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 5:17 PM
Subject: OFFICIAL REQUEST REPLY

OFFICIAL REQUEST REPLY
This is to inform you about the new development concerning your payment. Due to delay from your side to receive your payment and going by the mandate given by the Authority of this institution coupled with the order given by the British Government that any unclaimed funds should be taken to our security Vault and should be claimed within two weeks. If this time frame elapses and the fund is unclaimed, it will be confiscated and sent to the Government treasury.
In this regard, if you are willing and ready to claim your funds within this stipulated time frame please indicate, so that I will give you the contact information of the man in charge of your payment Mr. Simon Ezekiel through our security Vault. So you are required to come and confirm, sign and have your payment.
I wish to hear from you as soon as possible.
Regards,
David Smith.


 
Mr
From: HSBC Bank plc < davidsmith.hsbcbnkplc@yahoo.co.uk >
Sent: Wednesday, May 9, 2012 7:53 AM
Subject: Re: Attn: Beneficiary:
HSBC Group Head Office HSBC Group
Head Office – London
Address: HSBC Holdings plc
8 Canada Square
London E14 5HQ
Sir,

While establishing my displeasure over your poor communication attitude as it affects your progress with the issue at HSBC, this is to inform you that there are no special conditions to be met on moving funds from HSBC to your Bank as soon as you send the fees the transfer is just a push. All documentations to That effect is being taken care of by my office.

Thus, to enable an effective commencement of the process that will facilitate a hitch free consummation of this transaction, you are hereby advised to avail the undersigned with the fee requested. Once I am in receipt of the fees, I shall give you more details on the transaction and equally advise you on the way Forward to a successful consummation of your fund transfer to your bank account over there accordingly Note at this point that once you have send the requested fees and your payment processing are completed, I will contact you to Re-request for your bank Account wherein funds will be transferred immediately.

While, awaiting your earliest further positive updates, be it equally known to you that as soon as you take possession of the fund in your account over There, I shall visit you for further deliberation. Importantly, you should update me once you get this message on your progress with the fees requested so as to enable me brief my Bank accordingly.

Your earliest response and clarifications on the above issues fees is eagerly awaited.

Awaiting to hear from you.

Yours faithfully,

David Smith
 
Mr
From: HSBC Bank plc < davidsmith.hsbcbnkplc@yahoo.co.uk >
Sent: Wednesday, May 9, 2012 9:33 AM
Subject: Re: Attn: Beneficiary:

Dear Sir,
Greetings to you in the most loveable name on earth and in heaven, Christ Jesus.

Thank you for your prompt response and the content well noted.

Sequel to your questions: I have to answer you as follows: Firstly, I apologies if this e-mail appears formal but you need to keep business apart from other considerations because it is your fund.

I hope that one of the reasons that HSBC chose to work with me was because I am correct. I think their choice was a good one. I have worked for, with, and advised banks with special attention to international payments. The officer at your Bank seems not to be aware of his own banks' instructions and regulations with regard to 'wire transfers that involve your $10.5M USD'.
Wire transfers, indeed all transfers, are charged at a flat fee, either to the account holder or the beneficiary. This flat fee varies among the banks, but is normally in the range of $45 to $50. (With HSBC bank it is only 00.1% only) It can be, and often is, there always, at the discretion of the head of department. It is most definitely is based on a percentage of the transfer! And any bank not doing so would find them in front of the Banking Ombudsman for excessive charging. Moreover NO bank will ever not ask for any fees to be paid in advance. Nor can it be claimed for the exchange into Pounds since that is done interbank, at a rate which more than compensates both sides for the real cost of exchange.
So, who is the beneficiary of this 0.01% ($450) 'Cost of Transfer Fee’? YOU are the One, And I guarantee that, once you paid this ($450) 'Cost of Transfer Fee’, the wire transfer will be made immediately is just a push of button? If it is to provide a small commission or incentive to someone within the bank, so what, I do not have any problem with that. Any person who helps to 'oil the wheels' deserves to be paid for his services. I guarantee I shall be justly rewarded, when the funds are received in your stated account. .
I am sure that with your experience you will be well aware of these matters, but I felt bound by my duty to you, under our agreement, to clarify you so that you can be sure of your ground.
Sincerely,
David Smith
 
Mr
From: HSBC Bank plc < davidsmith.hsbcbnkplc@yahoo.co.uk >
Sent: Wednesday, 9 May 2012 9:38 PM
Subject: Re: FROM
HSBC Group Head Office HSBC Group
Head Office – London
Address: HSBC Holdings plc
8 Canada Square
London E14 5HQ
Sir,

While establishing my displeasure over your poor communication attitude as it affects your progress with the issue at HSBC , this is to inform you that there are no special conditions to be met on moving funds from HSBC to your Bank as soon as you send the fees the transfer is just a push. All documentations to That effect is being taken care of by my office.

Thus, to enable an effective commencement of the process that will facilitate a hitch free consummation of this transaction, you are hereby advised to avail the undersigned with the fee requested. Once I am in receipt of the fees, I shall give you more details on the transaction and equally advise you on the way Forward to a successful consummation of your fund transfer to your bank account over there accordingly Note at this point that once you have send the requested fees and your payment processing are completed, I will contact you to Re-request for your bank Account wherein funds will be transferred immediately.

While, awaiting your earliest further positive updates, be it equally known to you that as soon as you take possession of the fund in your account over There, I shall visit you for further deliberation. Importantly, you should update me once you get this message on your progress with the fees requested so as to enable me brief my Bank accordingly.

Your earliest response and clarifications on the above issues fees is eagerly awaited.

Awaiting to hear from you.

Yours faithfully,

David Smith



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