July 6, 2008

The Scams Just Keep on Rolling!

What can I say? If you get something like this, don't fall for it! And this is hilarious: Two of the links show that Kim Woo Choong is going to jail for fraud! These losers can't even scam right! And they want me to invest funds in China? Yeah, I'll invest in the Tibetan people! It'll be a helluva birthday gift for the Dalai Lama!

Now, I also hope you don't break the cardinal rule, and I'll say it again: NEVER give personal or confidential information away to strangers. "If it's too good to be true, it probably is" still holds true, so don't trust this stuff.

Some of these stronzos are stupid enough to keep circulating their names all over the Internet for a while. But later on, they'll change their names. The basic approach that I've posted in scams in this Weblog will still remain, however. So don't be fooled.

Dear Friend,

This is a Management Placement on behalf of Mr. Kim Woo Choong.

Mr. Kim Woo Choong is looking for an experienced business person/company that can profitably invest monies in excess of Fourty Nine Million US Dollars outside China. The sum will be paid from Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

Visit our bank website at http://www.icbcasia.com/eng/index.shtml
to request immediate information.



Most importantly, you will be required to:

[1]. Act as the original beneficiary of the funds.
[2]. Receive the funds into a business/private bank account.
[3]. Invest/Manage the funds outside of China.

Mr. Kim Woo Choong is willing to pay 10% for your role as the
beneficiary partner to the funds. Also, a subsequent 10% "Management
Commission” will be paid for your advised investment services.

If you prefer to be re-contacted for more express information, please
send us your:

[1] Full Names:
[2] Contact address:
[3] Direct Telephone No:

Be advised to visit the following links to be better acquainted with
Mr. Kim Woo Choong’s current profile and personality.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/BUSINESS/05/30/skorea.daewoo/?section=cnn_latest
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Korea/HF01Dg03.html
http://www.thenews.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=8637

We expect your correspondence and our response will be swift. Please
write back promptly via this confidential email address
mailcheung@aim.com, and I shall refer you to the appropriate quarters
for more information.

Signed:
Mr. Cheung Pui.
Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited
33/F, THE ICBC Tower 3 Garden Road,
Central Hong Kong

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Addendum 7-13-2008
This scam just in. At an account under one of my assumed names. Aside from what I've been teaching you for several months, what more evidence does anyone need that it's a fraud?

Attn: Beneficiary
We wish to inform you of the just concluded Chevron Texaco Promotions held in London, United Kingdom. The Sum of $450,000.00 USD (Four Hundred and Fifty Thousand Us Dollars) was awarded to you as a result of the draw held. Your email was selected as one of the winning emails for this year's CHEVRON ONLINE ENDOWNMENT FUND AWARD (COEFA).

To file for claims you are to contactour claims director, Mr.Jean Paul of E-security Financial Trust Funds with his contact details below.

Mr.Jean Paul
Email:mrjeanpaul@gawab.com
Tel No: +447031970998
Announcer:Barrister.Martin Singh
Chevron Texaco Promotion

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