Wednesday, June 25, 2014

China Citi Bank / Inheritance Scam

From: China Citi Bank
Subject: Attn:xxxxxx/China Citic Bank E-Banking Login.
Date: Wednesday, June 25, 2014, 10:49 AM

China Citic Bank
No.748 East Dongfeng Road,
Guangdong Province,Guangzhou 510080 China.
Tel:+861-8814331264 Fax:+8610-5695-5723


This is to inform you that we have converted your inheritance fund of £9,700,000.00 to $15,431,496.00 equivalent. Be informed also that your account has been setup and also you are advised to log on to our english
admin portal below, follow the step by step instructions to enable you access your account and also on how you are to personally make the transfer from your online account to your designated bank.

Wherefore,do not use google chrome or mozilla firefox frowser but you are advised to use internet explorer browser only when logging into our website and below are the step by step procedures:

1)Log on to
2)Click on Login to Online Banking
3)Enter your Account No:633711485077515
4)Enter Account Password:white862
5)Click on Transfer Money and fill the required fields.

Note:that the minimum amount per single transaction is 500000 and In the Transfer Amount space', always type the figure to be transferred without using signs i.e 500000 and above, avoid using $ - ,or £ sign
and do remember that you must not transfer less than 500000 since this is your first transfer from our database to your designated bank account.
Thanks for your Co-operation.
Mr.David F.LeeForeign
Remittance Director.   

This email and any attachments are confidential and are intended solely for the addressee. If you are not the addressee tell the sender immediately and destroy it. Do not open, read, copy, disclose, use or store it in
any way, or permit others to do so. Emails are not secure and may suffer errors, viruses, delay, interception, and amendment. Dissemination,distribution or copying of this e-mail or the information herein by
anyone other than the intended recipient, or an employee or agent

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© China Citic Bank 2014

1 comment:

  1. I received a letter exactly like this and when I went onto the banking site and did as they said it went through until the last when it asked me for an "activation code" to complete and I did not have one. Then I could not get the transfer.


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