Saturday, April 28, 2012

Spam, baked beans, sausage and spam

If anyone decides to take this guy up on his offer and makes some good money in the deal, I expect a 10% finder's fee...
(but if you take him up on it and get ripped off, well, that's your own damned fault.)


Thursday, April 26, 2012 6:07 PM

Dear Prospective Partner,

This is a Management Placement on behalf of Mr. Chen Shui-bian. My name is Mr. Liu Jianshe and I am a top management executive here at the one of the Correspondent Private Financial Institutions of Bank of China, Hong Kong.

My friend Mr. Chen Shui-bian has presented a subtle offer which will need the help of a partner like you to complete successfully. Mr. Chen Shui-bian is in a difficult situation and he must immediately relocate certain sums of money out of Bank of China. More so, this must be done in such a way that it must not be tied to Mr. Chen. The sum is currently deposited in the name of an existing legal entity. Your role will be to:

[1]. Act as the original beneficiary of the funds.
[2]. Receive the funds into a Private Offshore account activated with our Correspondent Bank.
[3]. Invest/Manage the funds outside of China.
[4]. Value of funds: $35 Million US Dollars.

Everything will be done legally to ensure the rights to the funds are transferred to you. If you agree to partner with Mr. Chen, he will compensate you with 20% of the total sum for your role as the beneficiary partner to the funds. Should you prefer I re-contact you with more express facts, you can send me your:

[1] Full Names:
[2] Personal Profile:
[3] Daytime Telephone No:

Be advised to visit the following links to be better acquainted with Mr. Chen Shui-bian's current profile and personality.

You can email me at: for further details, terms and agreement.

Mr. Liu Jianshe

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