Thursday, June 11, 2009
My favorite part of this one is the caps lock section. Uhm, my "specialisation" does not count. Thank goodness. I am your guy!
I have previously sent you an email;
Please confirm the receipt of this mail due to the urgency of this matter as i have tried to call your office but was informed by your secretary as she stated of your absence. If you are not in position to represent us at the moment kindly advice immediately. After a careful review,we decided to contact you to assist us with our matters in the U.S. Deacons & Associates Hong Kong is a law firm with its head office in China, and branches all over Asia continent.
We got your contact details from your local States chamber of commerce.. The management of Deacons & Associates requires your legal representation for our North American delinquent client for remittance of accounts for property/assets sold here in Hong Kong. We are of the opinion that a reputable and law abiding attorney is required in order for us to recover the said fund due to our firm by our oversea client, and as well follow up with these accounts. In order to achieve these objectives a good and reputable law firm like yours ( YOUR AREA OF SPECIALISATION DO NOT COUNT) will be required to handle this service. We understand that a proper Attorney Client agreement must be entered into by both our firms.
This will be done immediately we receive your letter of acceptance. Attorney, you can advise us what is required to draw a proper letter of engagement that will be review by our board following the abiding laws of your country. We are most inclined to commence talks with you as soon as possible. We shall bring you into a detailed picture of what your responsibility is,when we receive your response. Your consideration of our request is highly anticipated, and we look forward to your prompt response to this request.
Your questions regarding this Proposal is welcome. Once more thank you for taking time from your busy Schedule to read this mail.
Rick Chau, Esq.
Deacons & Associates
5th Floor Alexandra House,
18 Chater Road Central, Hong Kong.
Posted by Aaron at 8:22 AM