Check Scams, Debt Collection scams and other financial scams.
#39220 by naios Thu Oct 14, 2010 6:11 pm
Dear Sir/Ma,

RJ-huofu Foods Trading Ltd. is a New and Smale Scale Company with a wide range of superior quality
Ganoderma (Red Mushroom) Brand OF Coffee which is quickly becoming the Healthy Beverage of Choice in ASIA!

Earn 10% comissions on all our Wholesale Transactions in North America - Unless someone wants to give you a free oil well... Coffee is the second largest Traded commodity in the world (next to oil).

There are over 120 million coffee consumers in the NORTH AMERICA.
Retail sales are approximately 9.2 billion dollars per year and growing.


We are Targeting Big Sales Volume in the NORTH AMERICA,

The International Money Transfer Tax for Legal Entities (Companies) in Rep. of China is 35%,
and for the individual it is only 11%....THIS IS A GENUINE AND LEGITIMATE PROPOSAL FOR TAX HAVENS LIKE YOUR COUNTRY


That's why we need you!......We need You as a Finance/Account Liason officer

We need An Agent to Receive Payment on our Behalf Through Swift Bank Transfers or Checks from Our Clients


JOB DESCRIPTION:
1. Receive payment from Clients either Bank Wire Transfers/Cheques
2. Deduct 10% which will be your commission on each payment processed.
3. Forward Balance after deduction of 10% commission to our office As Instructed


If you are interested in this Transaction Please forward your contact ASAP to


RJ-huofu Foods Trading Ltd
500 Xiangyang Nan Road,Sec.
Shanghai,Rep of China
Tel/Fax: 0221 644583621
http://rj.huofu188.cn/


I've seen this sort of thing before. I would guess that the bank transfers end up moving only in direction.
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#39291 by David Jansen Sat Oct 16, 2010 5:18 am
Welcome here naios.

Yes, this is a common scam. The target of these emails is supposed to handle money transfers or receive fake checks, which the scammer wants them to cash, and send the money via western union or money gram to the scammer. The fake check will later bounce, and the victim has lost his own money, while the scammer can't be traced. Thesame goes for received bank transfers.

Being a victim doesn't mean you stand alone. We're here to help you.

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