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AddressNO.1007, SCHOEMAN STREET
Arcadia, Pretoria 0083
South Africa
PostalP.O.BOX 11673, HATFIELD 0028
Phonelocal: (012) 342.5990
international: +27.12.342.5990
Faxlocal: (012) 430.7773
international: +27.12.430.7773
Emailmalprtoria@kln.gov.my
Web sitehttp://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/pretoria
HoursMonday - Friday
8.00am - 4.30pm

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Correia
Thu, 18 Dec 2014 08:38 EST
scam
I got this on my email but from other person.

My name is Ms. Salina Binti Abdul Jalil, a legal practitioner with Salina Fazilawati & Co in 137-D, 1st Floor Jalan Sultan Zainal Abidin. Terengganu, 20000, Malaysia

I saw your contact and profile and decided that you could cooperate with me in this proposition.

I have a client by Name Mr. Jabari Correia, who was deceased in November, 2009, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I am contacting you because you have the same surname as my deceased client and I felt that you could help me in the distribution of funding that were left in my deceased client's bank account. This funding is closed to be declared un-serviceable by the bank as there were no indicated next of kin or next of beneficiary of the funding in the bank account.

The total amount of cash in the bank account of my deceased client is US$ 12.5 Million (Say, Twelve Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States dollars Only) The bank had issued to me a notification to contact the next of kin of my deceased client for either to re-activate the bank account or to make claim of beneficiary, of the funding in the bank account, with a month surcharge of 6% to be deducted as an Escrow safe keeping fee of the bank account, so as to avoid the indefinite closure of the bank account. My proposition to you is to seek your consent, and to present your kind self as the next-of-kin and beneficiary of my deceased client, since you have the same last name with him.

This means that the proceeds of his bank account would be paid to you as his next of kin or the legitimate beneficiary. When the proceeds in his bank account are paid to you, we would share the proceeds on a mutually agreed-upon percentage of 55% to me and 45% to your kind self. All the legal documents to back up your claim as my client's next-of-kin would be provided by the court. The most important thing I would need is your honest co-operation in this proposition. This would be done under a legitimate arrangement that would protect you from any breach of the law.

If this business proposition offends your moral and ethical values, feel free to back out. Please contact me at once if you are interested, reply through my Personal email.

Regards,

Bar. Salina Binti Abdul Jalil.
Advocate.
Aubrey
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 04:19 EST
Barrister Goh siu Lin
I recently received the below email. I contacted the SAPS.

20th Floor, Arab-West,
Malaysian Building Jalan
Raja Chulan, 50200
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

Dear (I removed my name for security reasons),

My name is Ms. Goh Siu Lin, a legal practitioner with Shook Lin & Bok LLP in 20th Floor, Arab-West Malaysian Building Jalan Raja Chulan, 50200, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia..

I got your contact in a research Company, Chamber of Commerce the last
time I went to China for research of someone bearing the same last name with my late client, so I decided to give you a trial. I saw your contact and profile and decided that you could cooperate with me in this proposition.

I have a client by Name Mr. Katab Mashau, who was deceased in November, 2009, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I am contacting you because you have the same surname as my deceased client and I felt that you could help me in the distribution of funding that were left in my deceased client's bank account. This funding is closed to be declared un-serviceable by the bank as there were no indicated next of kin or next of beneficiary of the funding in the bank account.

The total amount of cash in the bank account of my deceased client is US$ 12.5 Million (Say, Twelve Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States dollars Only) The bank had issued to me a notification to contact the next of kin of my deceased client for either to re-activate the bank account or to make claim of beneficiary, of the funding in the bank account, with a month surcharge of 6% to be deducted as an Escrow safe keeping fee of the bank account, so as to avoid the indefinite closure of the bank account. My proposition to you is to seek your consent, and to present your kind self as the next-of-kin and beneficiary of my deceased client, since you have the same last name with him.

This means that the proceeds of his bank account would be paid to you as his next of kin or the legitimate beneficiary. When the proceeds in his bank account are paid to you, we would share the proceeds on a mutually agreed-upon percentage of 55% to me and 45% to your kind self. All the legal documents to back up your claim as my client's next-of-kin would be provided by the court. The most important thing I would need is your honest co-operation in this proposition. This would be done under a legitimate arrangement that would protect you from any breach of the law.

Please contact me at once if you are interested, reply through my Personal email (atlawchamber@yahoo.com)

Regards,

Bar. Goh Siu Lin.
Advocate/Solicitor.
Mahomed Jussab
Sun, 14 Dec 2014 18:54 EST
When you know it is to good to be true.... it normally is!!!!
Hello All,
Safe to say after reading all your posts about this so called barrister, I have just had the same message lol!!!
OBVIOUSLY its fake not to mention illegal and unethical, bit feel sorry for those poor idiots who fall for this sort of scam.

Take all!
Bye.
Hartson
Sun, 7 Dec 2014 02:33 EST
Criminal Scamming woman
Hayi zange aqhashe kum ndambuza ukba uyithatha phi eyokuba ndinesizalwana esiphaya kuba mna ndinguMxhosa frm Eastern Cape here in South Africa then Y She choose me frm the whole of my big family? Then where she decide to disapear wth her name Barrister n' her Email was emidietely closed frm ma side!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
sane
Wed, 3 Dec 2014 05:32 EST
barrister li yen lee
She offer me a lot of money and also send me her passport.I was so blind and fall in to her scam but i did'nt know. I started to notice in two weeks after my e-mails i being sending to her asking question about criminal offence ,scam,fruad in this beneficial money transfer to my account for her late client have same last name as my.She never reply my question only she do she send her passport and ask me to send my id quickly to file to his late client file for prove that I'm her late client beneficial she they is no risk on it after they transfer the money she will fly down to South Africa to come take her share and give my share then celebrate together.This women is criminal need be arrested and through the keys away.Before she done more damege in our country, she must be stop.
R Coleman
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 03:38 EST
LI YEN LEE
2nd time in as many years ive had similar "Offers",how do they get away with it? she even gave me her mobile phone number to give her a call??

Apparently she is busy in court most days in kuala Lumpar?

Everyone seems to get offered the same amount.

what a load of Shi.
doll
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:46 EST
scam scam scam
I have also received the tempting email frm this li yen lee, she even sent me the documents of her late client bearing my last name, recently she asked me to deposit 43500(R 7000), bt wat made mu suspicious she gave me the details of her secretary not her acc, I googled her secretary nd that name was not found. Pls guys beware of her nd keep ur money away from her hands, thank God for google
peter
Sat, 22 Nov 2014 05:59 EST
advocate barrister
She,s a scam b caful ppl she send me the same email saying someone with similar surname he died they want me to claim the money,she said she,s working with Malaysia bank
melusi
Fri, 21 Nov 2014 05:36 EST
barrister li yen lee
she did the same thing to me,she even send me her passport .she should be stoped.
Daphne
Fri, 21 Nov 2014 05:07 EST
Almost felt for this scam
i also received this email today and was ready to co operate thinking this is a Christmas gift from God, with my curiosity i decided to check on this Practitioner only to find this... Thank you for this alert truly appreciate

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