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    Is this a scam or not

    Fwd: *** Notification Of Successful International Bank Transfer And Approved (Transaction ID: (NW3310596042SEM) ***




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    วันที่: 13 ก.ย. 2016 16:29
    เรื่อง: *** Notification Of Successful International Bank Transfer And Approved (Transaction ID: (NW3310596042SEM) ***
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    DearMiss TGF,

    Congratulation! This message confirms that the sum of ฿703,500.00 THB has been sent to you by Mr John Debilzan Made by Online Payment Services. Below are the instructions you must follow to get the money credited into your bank account. Please find the necessary Payment Details below:
    Seller Protection -Eligible

    Learn more about funds availability.

    Transaction Summary:











    Subtotal
    ฿683,500.00 THB
    Shipping Fee
    ฿20,00.000 THB
    Total
    ฿703,500.00 THB


    Transaction ID
    NW3310596042SEMQUT
    1Purpose Of Transfer
    2015 Hilux Revo X cab 4x4



    Shipping Company Agent
    Name: Carroll Barnes
    City:Lexington
    State:North Carolina
    Zip Code:27292
    Country: United States Of America.

    Bank details verified
    Beneficiary: Bank Name: Kasikorn Bank
    Account Number:

    Country: Thailand

    Email:


    Transaction Number
    Pick-Up Schedule

    Amount

    <img alt="" style="border:0px none;color:rgb(51,51,51)" border="0" height="1" width="1"> NW3310596042SEM Awaiting Details
    ฿683,500.00 THB



    Shipping Charges :
    ฿20,000.00 THB

    Total:
    ฿703,500.00 THBNOTE: This is a confirmation message that the said amount has been successfully transferred from the PAYEE BANK ACCOUNT and the funds is been made available to be credited into your account. Due to our financial security operation and been that this Payment has been subjected to be a Payment of an (VEHICLE) brought online without a proven attestation of stay meriting our customer satisfactory level. We hereby reserve the rights under our client protection to make sure that this transaction is safe and secured, We've also made it our duty to verify the legitimacy level of this transaction due to the significant amount and (Add on expenses) involved.

    You will receive a message from the HSBC® Customer Transfer Monitoring Unit shortly, where they will instruct and guide you on how to send the Pick-UP Charges to the Shipping Company Agent given address above and to *VERIFIED* the Transfer details Scanned receipt before crediting your account immediately.

    ATTENTION!
    You have 24 HRS for the send the Pick Up Charges to the address and get back to us to complete the transaction to have your money released into your account. We strongly advise you to follow the outlined procedures that will be sent to you shortly.


    YOU CAN ALWAYS CONTACT THE HSBC ONLINE BANKING THROUGH OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE: To contact usClick Here!
    Copyright © 2016 HSBC, Inc. HSBC Online Banking is located at 2211 N. First St., San Jose, CA 95131.

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    of course it is

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    Email me your bank account details.

    I'll check and tell you.

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    No, all looks good to me. It's normal for banks to ask for a ton of personal details when someone deposits money in your account. Also entirely normal for them to use email addresses which are totally different to the bank name. Fill it all in and you'll be in the money, for sure.

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    My friend use hotmail and got scam everyday...how can fix it ?

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    i think even HSBC has proof readers

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    Employees needed



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    If you need to ask it is,the real HSBC my erstwhile employer was itself a mojor drug launderer while Wells Fargo opened millions of unauthorized accounts leading honest customers into bad credit ratings

    'Acts of terror': HSBC faces lawsuit over laundering of Mexican drug ...
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    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
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    I took a couple of days off.

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    Here is todays email

    Dear Miss TGF,


    Note:HSBC verifies member's account on a regular basis, this transaction IDNW3310596042SEM) (Account Number#-----------) has been verified and approved by HSBC Authority.

    The funds is being held in our Database 101 : And funds will be released into your account once we receive the Western Union details of the (Transportation Charges) that been added to the payment of the VEHICLE bought by John Debilzan .

    You might not be able to view the current status of the transaction in your account recent activities or access the funds in your account until the transaction is completed.
    ฿703,500.00 THB shall be released to your account instantly when we receive the Money Transfer Details from you to the shipping company required agent Name and address.

    Once this requirement is met in the next 24hours,your fund will be released into your account instantly.Please understand that we are taking this measure to safeguard both parties.





    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Do not email/send the buyer the Money TransferDetails until we have completely credited your account for security purpose.


    Thank you for using HSBC Banking System

    HSBC makes it easy to send/receive money for any transaction.

    Thanks for your co-operation.
    Yours sincerely,

    Scott Thompson
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    HSBC Banking System, Inc.


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    Here not HSBC but got something like this...
    Cooperation with an international company



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    Received this yesterday. Still trying to word my reply. Any suggestions welcomed


    It is pleasant to me to
    know, that there is a man, for which I the desired woman and which
    expects, to see me. My holiday begins on September,19h and will last
    three weeks. Today I went to agency of travel and there I learn about
    trip to you my love. A total cost of a trip to you - 1320 USD. It is
    ticket cost to you and back, the visa and other documents. My mother
    not rich woman, and She also can not help me with this.. And my wages
    are very small to pay a trip to you. I did attempts to borrow this
    money at some people, but nobody has helped me! My love, I today was
    injured by all these things. Now I realize that everything in our
    world depend on money. Now I feel very disappointed. If I had money
    -that I would arrive at once to you see you my love. But unfortunately
    I cannot make it!!! I can hope only for your help! Please do not break
    to me heart. I with impatience will look forward to hearing from you!

    With love yours always Mariya

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDukeofNewcastle
    Still trying to word my reply. Any suggestions welcomed
    Dear Random Email 'Lady',

    Pic of your tits now or no deal.

    Regards,

    TheDukeofNewcastle


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicethaiza
    Hi, I'm looking for motivated people HUNGRY for cock? People that can follow a simple ONE click software for HUGE penis? And people that want MASSIVE sausages flooding their trading accounts?
    what does it all mean ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDukeofNewcastle View Post
    Received this yesterday. Still trying to word my reply. Any suggestions welcomed


    It is pleasant to me to
    know, that there is a man, for which I the desired woman and which
    expects, to see me. My holiday begins on September,19h and will last
    three weeks. Today I went to agency of travel and there I learn about
    trip to you my love. A total cost of a trip to you - 1320 USD. It is
    ticket cost to you and back, the visa and other documents. My mother
    not rich woman, and She also can not help me with this.. And my wages
    are very small to pay a trip to you. I did attempts to borrow this
    money at some people, but nobody has helped me! My love, I today was
    injured by all these things. Now I realize that everything in our
    world depend on money. Now I feel very disappointed. If I had money
    -that I would arrive at once to you see you my love. But unfortunately
    I cannot make it!!! I can hope only for your help! Please do not break
    to me heart. I with impatience will look forward to hearing from you!

    With love yours always Mariya
    I THINK YOUR PHOTO FROM GRINDER SHOULD DETER ALL BUT THE BLIND OR BLIND DRUNK


    WE KNOW YOU AS KIND GENEROUS GEORDIE BUT DONT LET THE DUCHESS KNOW

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    This is the start of the scam
    I'm selling my Truck

    https://teakdoor.com/classifieds-help-wanted-and-personal-ads/168800-2015-hilux-revo-forsale.html

    After a couple of short email from the scammer asking about the Truck I get this email

    Thank you for your reply Ratchaburi
    I am okay with the condition of the vehicle and the price .. ....I am ready to pay you, as I will like you to remove your post on Craigslist due to my great interest. I am from (49 AreesumphanRama 6 Rd., Phayathai, Bangkok) I would like you to know that I would have loved to come to your address to look and test drive the vehicle by myself, but i cant do that due to the nature of my Job: working with Royal Thai Armed Forces. I won't be able to pay cash or come over to look the condition by myself, because I am presently out of Thailand for special force unit operating and I would like to purchase this vehicle before my arrival back to Thailand by next month . I prefer to get you paid by instant transfer with my bank or payment with paypal. Which bank do you bank with??
    I will contact a private courier company that would handle the pick up of the vehicle and the changing of the ownership-papers as soon as I read back from you today, Which they will also act on my behalf at the Department of Land Transport Office (DLT) where all the vehicle document will be changed. I'm at work now, as soon as I get the details for the transfer, I will let you know when I will transfer into your account, also when the shipping company will come over to your address to inspect the vehicle before pick up.
    Thanks! my photo is attached to the message



    All looks good from hear the truck is sold

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44
    I THINK YOUR PHOTO FROM GRINDER SHOULD DETER ALL BUT THE BLIND OR BLIND DRUNK


    WE KNOW YOU AS KIND GENEROUS GEORDIE BUT DONT LET THE DUCHESS KNOW
    [at] [at]
    I just sent her a photo of you in safari suit and panama hat stood onthe verandah of your Ceylon tea plantation sipping Pimms No1 Cup.

    She has asked for a conversion chart from USD - LKR

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick
    what does it all mean ?
    You understand it more than me...better help me to fix it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson
    Dear Random Email 'Lady',

    Pic of your tits now or no deal.

    Regards,

    TheDukeofNewcastle
    I say that's rather forward old chap, even for a colonist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicethaiza View Post
    My friend use hotmail and got scam everyday...how can fix it ?
    Stop sending money?

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    ^ How embarrassing, I thought I was supposed to be the naive one?

    come on guys *and girls! it's 2016, not 1999... lots of folk devising cunning plans (no, not you Balders) to suck money from vulnerable and/or greedy people...



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    • Request for Information. Scammer emails routinely request your full name, date of birth, street address, and telephone number. This is known as a phishing scam, which is designed to get you to reveal sensitive personal information. Once you respond with this information, you’ve been hooked, and may ultimately end up with a stolen identity or, even worse, a drained bank account.
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    • The Linked URL Is Not Legitimate. Hover your mouse over the “click here” or “take action now” link, and if you see a strange URL that does not take you to PayPal.com, don’t click.
    • The Email Includes a Threat. This is how they got me. I was told that there was a security breach on my account, and if I didn’t take the actions recommended in the email, my account would be temporarily suspended. I clicked on the link and input my email address, password, and account information. Thankfully, shortly thereafter, I was tipped off and was able to call and cancel my account.

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    Apparently, I won the 950,000 quid this morning from the Rio Olympics Bonanza.

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    I'm sure it's perfectly legit.
    Just pay the 'pick up charges' to the shipping company and the money's all yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Jones View Post
    Apparently, I won the 950,000 quid this morning from the Rio Olympics Bonanza.
    You bloody bewdy.
    Beers on you then.

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    I nearly bought some phones once.
    https://teakdoor.com/famous-threads/7...blackmail.html

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