Friday, May 3, 2013

Bassel or Basil?

Bassel Yaman


I am Bassel Yaman, an Accountant at Beam Electronics Industrial Co.,Ltd. The management of Beam Electronics Industrial Co.,Ltd. requires your legal counsel in helping us seek redress from our debtors in your region who owe us money and breached our purchase agreement. We have an agreement with them that states if any purchase fails to meet safety standards, we should notify them within 28 days of delivery of the goods for a full refund or exchange. The agreement also states that the refund or exchange will be processed within 14 days of receipt of the returned goods.

We received these goods at our warehouse on the 20th Oct 2012. The seller was notified on the 26th of Oct, 2012 that the goods failed to meet safety test. The goods were immediately returned back and delivery was confirmed by the seller on the 28th of Nov.2012.The refund was due on or before the 14th of Dec 2012, but till date we have not received any money for the returned goods. I have contacted them numerous times and my last conversation from them, they offered to exchange the goods. An exchange is not acceptable as we no longer stock this company product for safety reasons. We need your legal collector in resolving this dispute. Please advise me of the best approach to deal with this matter, If filling for a law suit will be appropriate.

If you require any more details, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Looking forward to reading from you.

Bassel Yaman

Accounts Director,

Beam Electronics Industrial Co.,Ltd.

3967-36 Wada, Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture 390-1242

Tokyo Zip 110-0008

1 comment:

  1. Here is a confirmed scam that our firm received. (I verified with the real Ramey Construction Co. that they never issued the cashiers check we received):

    > I have reviewed your fee agreement in details and the terms of your services are accepted accordingly, I’m pleased to inform you that attached is the signed copy.
    > As a form of business courtesy, the debtor was notified of our intention to retain legal services as regards to our claim. They appealed to us to provide more time stating that they are in the process of effecting payment. They advised us that payment will definitely be made on or before Wednesday the May 15th, 2013. As a result of their failed promises in recent times, we refused to submit to their plea and advised them to either govern themselves accordingly or initiate negotiations for settlement including payment of outstanding debt via our legal representative, your firm, and your contact information was provided accordingly. Please confirm with us by providing your correct contact information.
    > However, it’s our thinking that we wait and see what their response will be. If they keep up to their promise and payment is made, it saves all parties involved time and money and averts the possibility of a lengthy legal proceeding that will definitely not be healthy for our business relationship. But if they don’t, we commence litigation immediately. I will be sending you the loan agreement and promissory note sometime this week; my secretary will put together all correspondents between us and our debtor and forward them to you as well.
    > Please confirm receipt of my email as I await your response.
    > Thank you,
    > Peter Carter
    > Sr. Loan Officer
    > Fairway Independent Mortgage
    > 990 Iris Dr SW # 301,
    > Conyers, GA 30094-6602
    > 1-404-937-6310