Friday, January 27, 2017

Another phisherman contact from Avvo


From: peter tung

Dear [Naive Attoreny], Thank you for responding to our email. With regard to the above subject matter, we ordered for some goods from "The Home Depot" in August, 2014 and the terms of the sales contract demands us to pay 50% of the total cost of the ordered goods before delivery and the balance after we have received the same goods. However, after we paid the initial deposit, we did not receive any goods as required. The goods ought to be delivered on the 8th of September, 2014. More time was given to them to deliver the goods which they were still unable to meet with. Hence, we requested for a refund. We have made several efforts to have them refund the initial deposit, but to no avail. We have therefore decided to resort to legal means since there is a legal document (sales agreement) prior to this transaction. Find below details of the supplier for your conflict check. The Home Depot U.S.A. Inc. We have suffered so much loss as a result of this failed transaction and we are ready to proceed with litigation if the need should arise. Let us know the best way to approach this issue and we will comply as long as we get results. Furthermore, we have some concerns and would like you to respond in detail in your reply. Are they any foibles you see in this case? If litigation is involved, the distance gives us some concern with regards to court appearances. How can this be handled? How much is your legal fee? Do you charge on hourly basis or contingency? What should we expect from you? Any guarantees? Please advise on your assessment of this case. A quick response will be appreciated. Best Regards, Peter Tung(Operation Manager) Caja Trading Group INC. 2-13-7 Hatchobori, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8510, Japan +81345304009 N.B.PLS ALWAYS REPLY DIRECTLY TO MY EMAIL ADDRESS.THANKS

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for your response and request for more details.
    The information contained therein is not to be disclosed due to the sensitive nature. It is for your knowledge only. Mr. Chen Shui-bian is in a difficult predicament with the Taiwan Government because of his role in politics and the ruling government has sworn to ruin him because he sponsored a major party against the ruling government with his Influence.
    However, let me give you some basic details.
    Firstly, you must know that this transaction consist of changing the rights of the funds in question to your ownership and afterwards transferring same to you for immediate management/investment in long term profit investment.
    Secondly, it is imperative that the most valuable criteria to qualify you for this transaction is on the basis that you are practically, financially and technically qualified to handle and manage such an amount of money. That is not negotiable. This is because of the basic requirements and confidentiality agreement I signed with Mr Chen Shui-bian.
    This is a brief on the Placement:
    Value of funds: €250 MILLION EURO.
    Placement open to: INDIVIDUALS/COMPANIES.
    Areas of Investment Interest: HEALTH, REAL ESTATE, COAL MINING AND CONSTRUCTION.
    Purpose of Funds: LONG TERM INVESTMENT (AT LEAST) 10-15 YEARS
    Client's Full Name: MR. CHEN SHUI-BIAN.
    I have been directly contacted as a confidential secretary by Mr Chen Shui-bian to recruit a foreign partner under whose identity the funds will be transferred. For your benefit of doubt, the objectives are to change the entire identity of the funds to your ownership as the beneficiary. The funds will be transferred to you ASAP. My duty is to ensure that the beneficiary documents for this transaction is by all means satisfied and within the ambit of local/international laws. I am entirely responsible for the facilitating of the beneficiary documents that will put you in place as the beneficiary of the funds. Thereafter, you will therefore be legally qualified to receive the funds into your business/personal bank account for investment and management purposes only.
    Consequently, we may commence without delay once we have been able to secure your trust and partnership. The funds will be ready for transfer to you as soon as we have established a reasonable degree of trust with each other once you have satisfied the basic qualification requirements. Mr Chen Shui-bian demand utmost confidentiality as regards his involvement with the funds in question. If you agree to partner with Mr Chen Shui-Bian, he will compensate you with 20% of the total sum for your role as the beneficiary partner to the funds and the balance 80% will be invested on behalf of my client by you.
    Nonetheless, in order to commence the re-direction of the funds to you, we will require that you submit the following information listed below:
    1.Have You In Your Entire Life Handle Funds Worth One Million EURO Before?
    2.What Is Your Annual Turnover?
    3.Will You Be Able To Travel Outside Your Country If Need Be?
    4.Full Names:
    5.Address:
    6.Occupation:
    7.Office Phone No:
    8.Mobile Phone No:
    9.Scanned copy of your ID either international passport or drivers license.
    The above information will enable us to determine your qualification for receivership and subsequent placement of the funds to you. The data will also be used in the drafting and preparation of all the vital paper documentations in your particulars before the funds can be transferred you in liquid cash.
    As it stands out, these are the briefs of this proposal. I will be sending you a "Consultant Non-Disclosure Agreement" for you to read carefully and sign as soon as I receive the above information's.
    You can ring me on my private telephone number indicated below for comprehensive verbal communication and explanations.
    I await your email and response.
    Sincerely,
    Peter Su Liie
    Tel: +81345304009

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  2. Thank you for responding to our email. With regard to the above subject matter, we ordered for some goods from "The Home Depot" in August, 2014 and the terms of the sales contract demands us to pay 50% of the total cost of the ordered goods before delivery and the balance after we have received the same goods. However, after we paid the initial deposit, we did not receive any goods as required.

    The goods ought to be delivered on the 8th of September, 2014. More time was given to them to deliver the goods which they were still unable to meet with. Hence, we requested for a refund. We have made several efforts to have them refund the initial deposit, but to no avail. We have therefore decided to resort to legal means since there is a legal document (sales agreement) prior to this transaction. Find below details of the supplier for your
    conflict check.

    The Home Depot U.S.A. Inc.
    40, West 23rd Street, New York NY 10010
    Unitred States

    We have suffered so much loss as a result of this failed transaction and we are ready to proceed with litigation if the need should arise. Let us know the best way to approach this issue and we will comply as long as we get results. Furthermore, we have some concerns and would like you to respond in detail in your reply.

    Are they any foibles you see in this case?
    If litigation is involved, the distance gives us some concern with regards to court appearances. How can this be handled?
    How much is your legal fee? Do you charge on hourly basis or contingency?

    What should we expect from you? Any guarantees?
    Please advise on your assessment of this case. A quick response will be appreciated.

    Best Regards,

    Peter Tung(Operation Manager)
    Caja Trading Group INC.
    2-13-7 Hatchobori, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8510, Japan
    +81345304009

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  3. Thank you for your quick response. Attached is a copy of the sales contract, payment receipt for the deposit
    and our email correspondence with The Home Depot with regards to this transaction.
    Following our request for a refund, they appealed to setup payment in 2 instalments within a week interval, of which the first instalment was paid on the 17th of October, 2014 in the amount of $497,500.00 after so much reminder and threat of involving a lawyer (payment receipt attached also). The balance was due on October 24th, 2014 and since then, all our efforts to have them remit the balance amount proved abortive. Details are all contained in our attached correspondence with The Home Depot.

    In summary;
    Total amount of goods ordered: $2,540,891.00 Initial deposit made to The Home Depot U.S.A Inc.

    (i.e. 50% of the total amount): $1,270,445.00
    Amount refunded (on the 17th of October, 2014): $497,500.00
    Balance amount due to Caja Trading Group Inc : $772,945.00

    Prior to retaining you, it is imperative you forward a copy of your retainer agreement for my company's review, and signature.

    We wait to hear from you.

    Peter Tung(Operation Manager)
    Caja Trading Group INC.
    2-13-7 Hatchobori, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8510, Japan
    +81345304009

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