The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Advance Fee Fraud/419 o

From:  "Ding Xiangsheng."<>
Date:  Sun, 26 Apr 2009 12:13:35 -0400

A Scam Email with the Subject "INVESTMENT/PARTNERSHIP." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 26 Apr 2009 12:13:35 -0400 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Ding Xiangsheng."<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Dear Friend, 
First, I must insist on your confidence in this transaction. I am Mr. Ding Xiangsheng making this 
contact with you based on reliable information available to me courtesy of internet business index 

and confirmed by our local chambers of commerce and industry. Thus I believe that you maybe be 
capable to provide me with a solution to a money transfer transaction of huge sums of money 

(amount not stated for security reasons)  SOURCE: Please note that I would require a measure of 
guarantee prior to commencement, as I am hoping to build our trust on sincerity of purpose and 

mutual understanding. Please also do not under estimate the need for total confidentiality 
throughout the course of this transaction. You may use these links for some information:

Toward the end of my service with Bank of China where I worked for many years, several of my 
colleagues and I set up companies with which we successfully secured loans for speculation in Hong 

Kong and Singapore stocks and real estate. We did this because it had dawned on us that we were 
paid barely enough to feed our families while top Government officials control billions of dollars. 

The bank along with regulatory authorities from China and Hong Kong started an investigation into 
the losses of money and as a result a few of my colleagues and I went into hiding and have 

settled ourselves and our families. Due to our positions as being involved with the initial 
investigation, we cannot receive this money by ourselves or in our names at this time. Furthermore 
we had 

decided to remove this money and divide it accordingly pending when the investigation dies down. 

This has occurred and I cannot leave the money unattended for much longer for fear that it might be 
discovered. I here by solicit your assistance to help take delivery of my share of these funds into 
your custody, and you will be adequately compensated with 20% of the sum. Suffice it to say that 
the total monies involved between my friends and I totaled over Four hundred and eighty five 

million United Statesdollars. It is my intention therefore having your understanding and 
co-operation that you invest 75% of these funds in your country in commercial real estate as well 
as low risk 
stocks and bonds on my behalf for a few years while the balance 5% will cater for all local and 
foreign expenses incurred in facilitating the transfer of this funds. 

My projection is to conclude transfer of funds latest 14 working days from date of receipt of the 
following information by email (Your full name and address, your telephone and fax numbers and a 
brief profile of yourself to assure me of your capability). Our perfected modalities are remittance 
of stated funds appearing as you or your company's entitlement to your nominated account. The 
requested information will enable me commence the transaction and the paperwork from here. Please 
contact me immediately you receive this mail via my confidential email address thus 

signifying your capability and willingness to enable me give you additional details on our proposed 
course of action for getting these funds to you 100% risk free. Again I look forward to doing 

business with you and solicit your utmost confidentiality in this transaction. 

Please respond via my confidential email account, which is   
Yours faithfully, 
Ding Xiangsheng.

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