Private Wealth Management Review

Fa Lin, the persons’ name says that he’s looking for someone with my last name so that he can disperse money left in the bank that he works at call China Merchant’s Bank in Hong Kong. Supposedly, the person who originally invested $20.7M in their bank has now deceased in a fatal car accident in Mainland China. He said he searched for next of kin and couldn’t find anyone. He says there is a 10 year maximum period before the money will belong to China but he can back date the paper so that I am the beneficiary of these funds. He says, "Although I don’t know you personally, I ask that you please honor my trust by keeping this just between us.This is a scam if I ever saw one.

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