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    Philip LI Wong

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    My name is Philip LI Wong, I am the Manager/Director for Credit & marketing Bank of Communications, Hong Kong.

    I would like to discuss a $48.8Million US Dollars business with you, I need your permission before I give details.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Regards,
    Mr. Philip LI Wong
    Last edited by falconsfan15; 02-16-2016 at 11:08 AM.

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    Re: Philip LI Wong

    Thanks for posting up that information on a scam.

    Making a scammer's scam googlable on every scam-warner-anti-fraud-busting site you can find is a great way to slow that scammer down when a suspicious potential victim goes looking for information, finds your post containing the name the scammer is using, his email address, phone number and the emails themselves and then that potential victim does not become a scam victim because you took the time "get the word out".

    Wasting a scammer's time legally and safely is called "scambaiting". If you google that word, you will find sites where you can read scambaits, post up the emails and email addresses of scammers, post up a fake website, read up on how to alert a hosting company that they are hosting a fake website, ask questions and learn all about the hobby of scambaiting.

    Since that scammer intended to steal your money, he did not give you his real life information. All you have is one of his fake names, one of his free email addresses, one of his fake stories and one of his paid-for-in-cash cell phone numbers. None of that information is going to help your local law enforcement agency track down that anonymous scammer sitting in a cyber cafe half way around the world from you.
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