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This fake name “Song Li” sounds familiar. I think we have another similar email somewhere… here it is:

http://www.hotscams.com/articles/647/1/419-Scam-from-Hong-Kong/Page1.html

The story is different, but the amount of money, $19.5 million remains the same. Well, who cares, it is all Fake!

To find out more: click 419 Scam.

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 From: songli@hangsengbank.com.hk
 Subject: Treat As Urgent!
 Date: Wed, 13 May 2009 05:04:00 +0000

 Good Day,

 Although you might be apprehensive about my email as we have not met before and the internet which is a very hard place to trust and to meet people. Actually I got your contact from Hong Kong commerce and Industry, during my discrete online search through a web based directory while searching for a foreign partner to execute this project together. This is where all individual and business contacts are kept. Please do not be offended with the manner I have contacted you. It was necessitated by the urgency and nature of this transaction.

 My name is Song Li. I work with the Hang Seng Bank. There is the sum of $19,500,000.00 in my bank “Hang Seng Bank”, Hong Kong. There were no beneficiaries stated concerning these funds which mean no one would ever come forward to claim it. That is why I ask that we work together so as to have the sum transferred out of my bank into your account. I intend to give 30% of the total funds as compensation for your assistance.

 Note that all is well planned as we shall do this online with all legal and banking requirements. All I need from you is your willingness, trust and commitment. I want you to know that I have had everything planned out so that we shall come out successful. I will notify you on the full transaction on receipt of your response if interested, and I shall send you the details.

 Should you be interested? Please send me your:
 1. Full names
 2. Private phone number
 3. Current residential address

 Kind Regards,
 Mr. Song Li

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