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from: pr2@mm2.ru
reply-to: lizawong@infohsbc.net
to: Recipients <pr2@mm2.ru>
date: Jan 8, 2020, 12:00 AM
subject: Re:NEW YEAR PROPOSAL.
mailed-by: mm2.ru

I am writing to find out if you have received my previous email regard a business proposal, now is 2020, please do get back to me lets complete this pending transaction asap now.

As I said before that In my department in the Bank where i work withe the HSBC BANK MALAYSIA., I discovered a sum of $85,500.000.00 Million USD.

In an account that belongs to one of our foreign deceased customers, A billionaire Business Mogul Late Mr.Moises Saba Masri, a Jew from Mexico who was a victim of a helicopter crash since 2010 which resulting to his death and his family members UNTIL 2020 making it 10 years from now no relatives have come in contact with our bank.

You can see more information about Saba Masri Mr.Moises unfortunate end accident on the website-link below.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3832556,00.html

I personally have been unsuccessful in locating the relatives,Which the Board of Directors are planning to share this funds among them-self.
Which i have good heart to use this funds to help the poor and street children also the motherless home. I want build my orphanage home, which setting NGO for the disability people that can not afford to eat 3 square meal a day, I dont know about you.

I do seek your consent as my foreign business partner in this transaction to present you as the next of kin/Beneficiary to the deseased, so that the funds of this account valued at $85,500.000.00 Million USD can be paid to your local bank account in your country. Also know that transaction is 100% free risk, because i have all the legal document with me to make this transaction possible, and the funds we be share 50/50.

Please Provide me the following few information about you, as we have few days to run it through to achieve our goal.

1, Your Full names:.............................
2, Your age:..........................
3, Your private phone number:...............
4, Your current country and residential address:........
5, Your Occupation:.....................

Please on your confirmation of this message and indicating your interest,i will furnish you with more information on this business transaction once i get your respond back asap.

Best Regard

Ms. Liza Wong
WARNING: Do not contact the sender of the above email nor provide them with any of your personal information or personal documents because this email is a fraudulent criminal scam designed only to steal your money. All claims made within the above email are 100% lies fabricated by an internet scammer and this scammer will never provide you with any money, assets, merchandise, friendship, romance, or anything of value. Scammers operate using totally fake identities, thus their name (and any employment, occupation or location information that they provide) is always all completely fraudulent. And any file attachments that they send you of personal ID cards, documents (government, corporate, legal, or financial), or any photographs will all be forged or stolen and the files may contain viruses. Any links to websites that they send you should also be avoided as they may be malicious and contain malware. In conclusion, do not send any money to this scammer or you will lose it permanently. If you communicate with this scammer then you also risk having your identity stolen (and used for illegal activities) plus you may fall deeper into financial, legal, and physical danger. See here to learn how we know that the above email is definitely a scam. Contact us here if you had any interactions with a scammer and need support.

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from: Liza Wong <lizawong@infohsbc.net>
date: Jan 3, 2019, 12:38 AM
subject: HAPPY NEW YEAR JAN 2ND 2019.....
mailed-by: infohsbc.net
signed-by: infohsbc-net.20150623.gappssmtp.com

Dear Beloved Partner,

I want to used this opportunity to wish you a wonderful new year 2019

I am sorry if i have not been able to reach you ever since, this was due to my schedules at hand here., so i believe we can make this happen this year and month to complete our transaction asap.

Kindly do understand that our transaction taking too longer time, which is still pending to be completed until this moment.

Please do let me know if you still ready to work with me or not if not kindly IGNORED this mail, but if YES.

Do send the Application to the bank mail stated below, if you have not done it before, and let me know your opinion you hae for us to complete this our huge transaction before 2019.

Proceed now and email the bank as follows address Below Partner :

Customer Service Dept
Mrs Saujana Suleiman
HSBC BANK AMANAH,
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Bank Email: hsbc@infohsbc.net
Subject : APPLICATION FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS.

Dear Madam ,

This is to bring to your kind attention that I,YOUR FULL NAMES HERE, am the living beneficiary of the funds deposited, and left unclaimed, over Eight years ago in 2010, at the HSBC Bank of Malaysia (where you are employed) by my late Relative, Mr. Moises Saba Masri of Mexico.

Such funds had been placed in a fixed, interest-bearing account (Acct. No. 0412196151331) and, at the time of deposit, were valued at Eighty-Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand U.S. Dollars ($85,500,000.00).

I would like to request that you kindly take the time to advise me exactly what steps must be taken by me, in order to secure my rightful claim to my late Relative's funds. I should hope it would be both possible and convenient for you to have these funds transferred to some "Designated Bank Account," in my name, as expeditiously as you could effect such transfer.

Accordingly, I have attached herewith a copy of the "Deposit Certificate," together with a copy of Mr. Moises Saba Masri's "Death Certificate." I trust this will be all the legal documentation needed at this time to be provided by me.

Mrs Saujana Suleiman, I am totally uninformed about banking transactions and must leave all these complex matters and procedures in your capable hands. If you need to contact me for further information or instructions, I may be reached by my contact number: +Your mobile number to reach you..
I offer you my humble thanks for your kind cooperation in facilitating this matter.

Yours sincerely,

YOUR FULL NAMES HERE
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from: Liza Wong <lizawong@infohsbc.net>
date: Jun 17, 2020, 7:09 AM
subject: Re: I have a business for you, if you are interested plzz!
mailed-by: infohsbc.net
signed-by: infohsbc-net.20150623.gappssmtp.com

I am writing to find out if you have received my previous email regarding a business proposal. please get back to me as this is the second time i am writing you.If no read below again

I am Ms. Liza Wong the Head of Accounting Audit Department of HSBC BANK (HSBC)in Malaysia.
In my department in the Bank where i work, I discovered a sum of $85.5 Million USD.
In an account that belongs to one of our foreign deceased customers, a billionaire Business Mogul Late Mr.Moises Saba Masri, a Jew from Mexico who was a victim of a helicopter crash since 2010 which resulted in his death and his family members.

You can see more information about Saba Masri Mr.Moises unfortunate end accident on the website-link below.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3832556,00.html

A Mexican business tycoon was killed along with at least two members of his family in a helicopter crash on the outskirts of Mexico City on Sunday night, in an emergency .

Now our bank has been waiting for any of the relatives to come forth for the claim but nobody has done that SINCE 2010. I personally have been unsuccessful in locating the relatives,Which the Board of Directors are planning to share these funds among them-self.
I have a good heart to use this funds to help the poor and street children who also have a motherless home. I want to build my orphanage home, which is a setting NGO for the disability people that can not afford to eat 3 square meals a day. I don't know about you.
I do seek your consent as my foreign business partner in this transaction to present you as the next of kin/Beneficiary to the deceased, so that the funds of this account valued at $85.5 Million USD can be paid to your local bank account in your country. Also know that the transaction is 100% free risk, because I have all the legal documents with me to make this transaction possible, and the funds we will share 50/50.

Please Provide me the following few information about you, as we have a few days to run it through to achieve our goal.

1, Your Full names:.............................
2, Your age:..........................
3, Your private phone number:...............
4, Your current country and residential address:........
5, Your Occupation:.....................

Please on your message and indicating your interest,
i will furnish you with more information on this business transaction once i get your respond back asap.

Best Regard

Ms. Liza Wong
WARNING: Do not contact the sender of the above email nor provide them with any of your personal information or personal documents because this email is a fraudulent criminal scam designed only to steal your money. All claims made within the above email are 100% lies fabricated by an internet scammer and this scammer will never provide you with any money, assets, merchandise, friendship, romance, or anything of value. Scammers operate using totally fake identities, thus their name (and any employment, occupation or location information that they provide) is always all completely fraudulent. And any file attachments that they send you of personal ID cards, documents (government, corporate, legal, or financial), or any photographs will all be forged or stolen and the files may contain viruses. Any links to websites that they send you should also be avoided as they may be malicious and contain malware. In conclusion, do not send any money to this scammer or you will lose it permanently. If you communicate with this scammer then you also risk having your identity stolen (and used for illegal activities) plus you may fall deeper into financial, legal, and physical danger. See here to learn how we know that the above email is definitely a scam. Contact us here if you had any interactions with a scammer and need support.

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from: Student@fkdomain.local
reply-to: lizawong@infohsbc.net
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date: Jun 15, 2020, 5:49 PM
subject: Re: I have a business for you, if you are interested plzz!

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WARNING: Do not contact the sender of the above email nor provide them with any of your personal information or personal documents because this email is a fraudulent criminal scam designed only to steal your money. All claims made within the above email are 100% lies fabricated by an internet scammer and this scammer will never provide you with any money, assets, merchandise, friendship, romance, or anything of value. Scammers operate using totally fake identities, thus their name (and any employment, occupation or location information that they provide) is always all completely fraudulent. And any file attachments that they send you of personal ID cards, documents (government, corporate, legal, or financial), or any photographs will all be forged or stolen and the files may contain viruses. Any links to websites that they send you should also be avoided as they may be malicious and contain malware. In conclusion, do not send any money to this scammer or you will lose it permanently. If you communicate with this scammer then you also risk having your identity stolen (and used for illegal activities) plus you may fall deeper into financial, legal, and physical danger. See here to learn how we know that the above email is definitely a scam. Contact us here if you had any interactions with a scammer and need support.

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