Friday, November 21, 2014

Letter of Intent.

Dear Prospective Partner, This is my third time of sending you an e-mail without any reply, I even did send you a letter to your address in your country, but realized latter that I did not write your post code on the address, I told you about a deal on an investment account total (8.35M USD) of late Mr. Michael who shares the same last name with you. My proposal to you is that since I have exclusive access to his file, you will be made the beneficiary of these funds. On verification, which will be the details I make available to Bank holding funds, my bank through a lawyer will instruct the bank to make payments to you. You do not have to have known him. I know this sounds a bit heavy and complex but believe and trust me as it is achievable. For your assistance, I propose we split the funds in half and share it equally. This practice is not unusual in the banking sector here in the China. The other option is that the funds will revert back to the state, where it may be shared by State officials. Nothing ventured is nothing gained and that success and riches never come easy or on a platter of gold. This is the one truth I have learned from my private investment clients, We should act swiftly on this if you are in agreement and please get back to me immediately, I am contacting you independently and no one is informed of this communication. Please do keep this confidential, I await your prompt response. Best Regards, Lin Chen.

1 comment:

  1. Funny that! I just got an identical email, even down to the same amount of money, and the same first name.
    I bet this "Lin Chen" (cannot be the real name) does not even know the surnames of the people to whom (s)he wrote, nor the street addresses! And the only money a sucker will know about is the up-front fees that will almost certainly be required.
    Of course, the weird thing is that I had a brother Michael, but he did not last long enough to open a bank account, let alone get anywhere near amassing $8.35M