It is once again a good example of what the ladies and gentlemen of the scamer faction have up their sleeves, this time another investment fraud for which they want to collect the intermediary fee in advance, then notary fees are added, to a notary who does not exist.
After that, there are other costs that arise from the situation, it gets expensive, and in this context there can only be talk of investment with the scammers themselves. In this context, the risk of money laundering should not be underestimated. We have known our scammers for years, who quickly attempt identity theft or money laundering by means of scammed documents. Therefore: Do not reply, do not send any documents or personal information. Do not send any money, it would be lost. Move the email to the digital waste bin. Of course, the identity of the China Merchant Bank was stolen to make this nonsense possible.
To whom it may concern,
My name is Mr. Quan Han, a bank credit officer at China Merchant Bank.
I will contact you to present a subtle offer that
requires the help of a partner like you to successfully complete. I am
in a difficult situation and I have to move the sum Quan Han
of $18,300,000.00 ($18.3Million) out of the bank.
If you prefer me to contact you again with more explicit facts, please
indicate your interest by sending me an email via my
private email address (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thank you and God bless you!