RE: PAYMENT OF US $950,000.00 (SWEET)

Funny, I don't remember sending them the first message.

Allegedly from: HSBC Bank <foreignoprations at 126.com>

Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation, HSBC Payment Centre/Kasikorn Bank Plc, Thailand.

From: The Desk of Mrs. Lisa Kim,
Managing Director.

RE: PAYMENT OF US$950,000.00 INTEREST INTO YOUR ACCOUNT: (now that iiiiissssss interesting)

I am Mrs. Lisa Kim, Managing Director, Corporate Services Division and Head of Swift Transfer Unit of HSBC Bank Payment centre/Kasikorn Bank, Bangkok Thailand. Some time ago, in our bank your inheritance fund was brought to our bank from National Lotto Group here in Bangkok Thailand and after some period, the money was taken back to their treasury.

But for the period of time this money was in our bank, it generated an interest of US$950,000.00 which we are about to pay you Via our International Certified Bank Draft to enable you cash your funds.

For your information and advice, you need to hasten up to pick this Fund because from time to time the National Lotto Group auditors do come to our bank to cross-check our files and our financial update, the earlier you comply with the demands of the delivery of the fund, the faster the action, because when the auditors arrive and find out that this interest fund is still in our bank they will call back the accrued interest to the lotto treasury account.

What we need from you now is any form of your identification for example; your International passport or your driver license, your telephone and fax numbers for easy communication. More also, your mailing address where this Draft will be delivered.

As a matter of fact, we don’t have enough time to waste since we have wasted time in contacting you through phone, so try and comply with the entire necessary requirement for the transaction.

Contact: Mr. Som Chai.
E-Mail: ebusiness_hsbcgroup at yahoo.com.hk
24/7 Direct Line: (+66) 491825587262806697.

Note, I have attempted to call you but all effort failed and I had to send you a mail on this email address, which I guessed belongs to you.

Expecting your immediate response.

Yours Sincerely,
Mrs. Lisa Kim.
Managing Director,
HSBC Bank Payment Centre/Kasikorn Bank Plc, Bangkok Thailand Branch.

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