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PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2005 4:28 am Reply with quoteBack to top

This bait started way back when. Guy represents a client - the client is a widow - wants to invest, the standard stuff.
Time to bring in Andrew S. Jackson, Esq., investment advisor extraordinary.
Note: I've not included all of the e-mails since some of them are tedious and boring and rather long.

The opening shot: My reply to his initial e-mail


Thu, 10 Mar 2005 10:08 PM
From 
"ANDREW JACKSON" <[email protected]>
To 
harold.malik

Subject 
Investment Proposal?????
Dear Sir,

I don't know how you got my e-mail address, but I would like to find out
more about this proposal.
--
  ANDREW JACKSON

The lad comes back:


Dear Andrew,

Thanks for your mail once again, since I would be the one that would be advisory to my client on matters of her investment, hence I would like you first to draw out a business plan concerning real estate in your country, for he acquisition of both residential and commercial complexes as relevant to your country or that of any other lucrative venture.

I would really appreciate if you could have prepared a business plan and also send to me an elaborate profile of your self/firm to me soonest before the end of next week and forward it to me, on receiving this business plan and your profile I would make a very careful review on it, and forward it also to my client for her to review, if the plan appears to be promising after due consideration of all contributing factors, and my client does consent to the plan then would we proceed with the accomplishing the plan.

I will also want you to send me a mail concerning how you would be receiving the relevant funds in your country for this purpose.

I run a private firm and for now I do not have a web site but my contact itinerary is as follows:

Name of company: Harold & Co Consultants.

Contact person: Mr.Harold Saddiqi Malik.

Address: No 33 Allen Avenue,
Ikeja-Lagos
Nigeria.

Email address: [email protected] or [email protected] .

My direct telephone number: 234-1-7904560.

I would be your expecting your telephone call and your soonest response to this mail along side the business plan or hints about it, and if you do have any further question concerning this transaction do indicate it in your next mail to me so that I could clarify you on any such matter and immediately I do receive this I would be able to state what exact next step we would be taking.

Regards

H.S.Malik.
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Ok time to get things rolling

Fri, 11 Mar 2005 5:57 PM  ( 1 month ago )
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From 
"ANDREW JACKSON" <xxxxxil.fm
To 
"harold malik" <harold_s_malik
Subject 
Your recent mail
Dear Sir,

Thank you for your e-mail. Although I do appreciate you formulating
synopsis of your intentions and of the business proposition that you
have outlined, I would like some clarifications on some points before we
move forward in this endeavor and send you any information regarding
myself or my station.
First, I would appreciate if you could give me some background
information on your client and the situation. Although you have stated
clearly what your intentions were, and what actions you were taking for
your client, I would like more information pertaining to the client.
Secondly, I am somewhat confused as to why you have three (3) e-mail
addresses. @portugalmail   @firewall  and finally @yahoo.canada. Am I to
understand that  you are a citizen of both Portugal and Canada?
Are you an international consultant? Does your company have a web-site?
I am interested in you proposal, especially since it does concern the
field of investments which I am involved presently, but I do  hope you
understand that I do need these questions answered before moving
forward.

Sincerely,

Andrew Jackson



Quote:
Sat, 12 Mar 2005
From 
"harold malik" <[email protected]>

To 
xxxxxxxfastmail.fm
Subject 
Mail for Andrew Jackson.
Dear Andrew,

Thanks for your mail once again, first of all let me introduce my self, I am Mr.Harold Saddiqi Malik and I work as a real estate expert over here in Nigeria, now my client name is Mrs.Maryam Aquil the daughter of a Sudanese sheik whom she is now married into the Aquil family in Saudi Arabia.


My client Mrs.Maryam Aquil is planning to invest the sum of $25 million dollars in real estate and any other lucrative venture in your country and for this reason she assigned me to assist her as I have explained to you in my last mail to you.


Due to the confidentiality attached to my clients money that is the reason for my email addresses as you did refer to, So for this reason my client would appreciate if all correspondent and arrangements concerning her money should be done through me and not directly to her in Saudi Arabia.


The origin of the money is that belong to my client father a Sudanese sheik, which after he died the money was willed to her daughter, who was already married then in Saudi Arabia by the time her father died. Please note that the money has passed through the banking institution of Sudan and it has been certified free from all illegality.

Also the withdrawal slip of the funds from the bank is still with my client, accompanied with a copy of the death certificate which was issued when her father died, also note that her father was the one that withdrew the funds from the Sudanese Islamic bank and arranged for it to be transferred to the United Arab Emirate and deposited into a security vault with Deposit Company in the U.A.E before he passed away unfortunately.


My client wants her inheritance to be invested in your country as a future security for her self and her children and not to be collected by her husband by right of Islamic law has practiced in Saudi Arabia, this a brief of the situation.


For now I my company does not operate a website, so without any further delay I would appreciate if you could first of all send to me a very efficient profile of your self and the firm that you do represent, and also I will want you to send me a business plan on how you do envisage to invest my clients money in realty in your country.

Immediately I do receive this I would then forward it to my client for her consent. Afterwards this has been achieved, then would you both sign a Memorandum of Understanding, where by the terms of the partnership would have been stated and defined and afterwards my clients money can be received by you and invested by you as stated above, I hope that you do have a perfect understanding of it, but if after this mail to still have question kindly indicate it in your next mail to me so that I could further clarify you on such matters.

I await your soonest response to this mail.

Regards

Harold.S.Malik.



OK, I'll skip some of the more boring exchange of civilities and move ahead.

Sat, 12 Mar 2005

From 
"ANDREW JACKSON" <[email protected]>
To 
"harold malik"

Subject 
Investment proposal
Dear Mr. Malik,

I've received your e-mail. If I understand correctly, your client wishes
to invest $25 million in a foreign country. Could you please tell me
which country or countries you or your client have in mind? Although I
do handle domestic investments and foreign exchange accounts, I wish  to
confirm that I can help you within the scope of my jurisdiction since
investment advisors have to be licensed in the countries in which they
do business. Until we can confirm that I can be of assistance, I will
hold on delivering a business plan to you or your client since I feel
that this would be premature.
However, in the meantime, I can provide you with a short synopsis of my
qualifications and company profile.
I am an investment advisor and foreign currency exchange broker with
Hans Moleman Productions Ltd. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of
Tissaint-Noggud  Import-Export S.A. with 5 offices in 4 continents.
Tissaint-Noggud S.A. started out in 1946 as an import/export company and
during the years, has diversified in foreign exchange and foreign
investment because of the experience in international banking issues in
the import/export business. Hans Moleman Productions Ltd was bought by
Tissaint-Noggud in 1999 during the e-businees boom as an investment
branch in foreign movies and stage productions, mostly used as tax
shelters by european and north american investors. Hans Moleman
Productions handles the smaller investment portfolios  (under US$ 5
million) while Tissaint-Noggud handles the larger portfolios and
corporate clients. Our company prides itself in being very discreet for
our customers We do not advertise and we do not solicit any business.
Our growth and client base comes mostly from reputation and word of
mouth of a very select group of discreet investors. Perhaps this is how
you or your client were able to find us; through word of mouth. I cannot
divulge who our clients are nor where they are located, but I do believe
we have some business in Saudi Arabia.

I hope this information is satisfactory and I am looking forward to your
next corresponcance

Sincerely,

Andrew S. Jackson, Esq.


Quote:
Mon, 14 Mar 2005
From 
"harold malik"
To 
[email protected]
Subject 
Investment proposal

Dear Andrew,


Thanks for your mail once again, I have gotten the brief description of your company and I have informed my client about the it and content of your last email to me, I believe that S.A would signify for South Africa where you are a licensed operator and she instructed me that we could proceed with the investing of her money in South Africa (S.A).


So if this is correct then I would appreciate if you could get a plan for realty sent to me and kindly do advise me on how such an investment would be carried out in S.A.


Respond to this email immediately.


Regards


H.S.Malik



Mon, 14 Mar 2005
From 
"ANDREW JACKSON" <[email protected]>
To 
"harold malik"

Subject 
Proposal
Harold, Nice to see we are on a first name basis

Thank you for your reply and for the confidence that you and your client
have shown towards me. The S.A. stands for Societe Anonyme and not South
Africa. The company was originally founded in Europe (France I believe).
I understand that your client wishes to invest in South Africa. I am
personally based in our San Francisco office in the United States of
America and I am not licensed in South Africa. However, I am licensed in
North and South America, including Canada and 4 countries in South
America.
As for investments in South Africa, I have a very good friend of mine
who works out of our German and UK offices and he is licensed as an
investment adviser in South Africa, Cameroon, Madagascar, Morocco, Benin
and the Ivory Coast (and a few others that escape me for now). I'll be
more than happy to put together an investment and real estate portfolio
for North and South America for you. As for South Africa, I can contact
my colleague at our UK office and ask him to do the same. I believe that
having more investment choices and countries to invest in will benefit
your client.

Sincerely,

Andrew S. Jackson, Esq.


Lets skip ahead a bit more

Quote:
Fri, 18 Mar 2005 4:24 PM  

From 
"harold malik" <>

To 
[email protected]

Subject 
Mail for Andrew Jackson.


Dear Andrew,


Thanks for your mail once again, I have forwarded your mail to my client and I believe that by Monday of next week she would have responded to its content and whatever she does tell me I will inform you.


I believe that you setting up a bank account in the U.A.E with your name and details, and immediately you have been able to set up the bank account in the U.A.E then my client can get her money deposited into your bank account that you would be setting up in the U.A.E, once my client money has been deposited into the bank account there then you can start the transferring of my client money into your country.


I also believe if your name appears as both that of the transferor and transferee that the bank would not be hassling about the transferring of such amount from the U.A.E into your country, any way I will get word from my client and inform you by Monday.


On the meantime do send to me a detailed strategy for the investment process.


Respond to this mail immediately and have a nice weekend.


Regards


H.S.Malik.



Thu, 17 Mar 2005
From 
"ANDREW JACKSON" <[email protected]> To 
"harold malik"
Harold,

Thanks for your e-mail.
Right now I feel it is too early to be considering my traveling to the
U.A.E. At this point, I believe that it would be premature to make any
plans for such a trip. Perhaps as things develop a trip might be
warranted but for now, I would like things to get organized first.
The simplest and most expeditious way to transfer your client's funds
would be to open an investment account with a reputable firm in the
U.A.E or Saudi Arabia and instruct her broker to invest in the funds
I've mentioned in my previous e-mail. Since we are the underwriters for
these funds, your  client's broker would be dealing with me (the funds
being in North America) and your client would pay an initial fee to her
broker. This broker in turn, would pay a fee to me (roughly 1 to 2% of
gross proceeds) for my role as a broker this side of the investments.
By doing this, we would not be subject to the licensing rules that you
are aware of.

Hope this answers your and your client's questions.

SIncerely

Andrew S. Jackson, Esq.


At this point I thought I had lost my lad because of a major screw-up. I emailed a "colleague" in the UK to ask for his investment advice. It was late, I was tired, long story short, I goofed and signed my e-mail with the name of another one of my characters. Time to go into damage control mode.


Thu, 24 Mar 2005 )
From 
"ANDREW JACKSON" <[email protected]>

To 
"harold malik"

Cc 

Subject 
UNAUTHORIZED USE OF PRIVATE E-MAIL ACCOUNT RE: Cooper Price-Waterhouse
To whom it may concern,

It has come to my attention that one of my ex-employee has been using my
personal e-mail account to conduct unauthorized and possibly illegal
transaction activities. Namely Mr. Cooper Price-Waterhouse. Please be
advised that Mr. Price-Waterhouse is no longer an employee of this firm
and has not been since February of 2005. His employment was terminated
with cause and extreme prejudice. Any actual business or business
proposals that this individual may have conducted with your party has
never been authorized by me personally or by this firm. Mr.
Price-Waterhouse's activities have been reported to the appropriate
securities commissions and appropriate action will be taken.
You will therefore cease and desist all unauthorized activities on this
e-mail account. Any business proposals or transactions conducted under
the auspices of Mr. Price-Waterhouse are null and void and are not
recognized by this firm.

Should you have any questions or comments, you may contact me via this
e-mail address or at [email protected]

Gary Coleman,
Vice-President, Investor Relations
Tissaint-Noggud S.A.

I keep my fingers crossed and hope my lad will swallow the hacker bit. After a few more of my hectic messages, a reply comes back.


Quote:
Mon, 28 Mar 2005
From 
"harold malik"

To 

Subject 
Mail for Andrew Jackson.

Dear Andrew,


Thanks for your mail once again, please I will appreciate if I really do know who actually is Mr.Andrew who I am supposed to be dealing with, since you email have been hacked I will appreciate if you could kindly send to me an email address and name of whom I should be dealing with directly.


Respond to this mail immediately so that we could proceed with this transaction.


Regards


H.S.Malik.


Ok he fell for it. Now to try and get back on track


Tue, 29 Mar 2005
From 
"Andrew S. Jackson"
To 
harold_s_malik

Subject 
New e-mail and update
Harold,

Again, on behalf of myself and my colleagues,  let me apologize for the
last incidents. No one saw it coming and it has caused all of us a few
moments of anxiety. Like I've mentioned before, the hacker was a
disgruntled ex-employee who was fired sometime in February but I don't
know all the details. I am using my own personal e-mail account at the
moment since our security team people are still going through all our
personal and corporate files and accounts. Even my boss's e-mail address
he and I were sharing (Gary Coleman) is shut down. The security team
needs to ascertain the damage done and this may take weeks. In the
meantime, please DO NOT use my old e-mail address ([email protected] or our corporate addresses [email protected] and
[email protected]
Let me assure you that we have the problem resolved, and we are now
cleaning up.  As you can see, we have made every effort to secure our
information and things should be back to normal by tomorrow. The person
in question was arrested later that same night and is now facing fraud
charges in the U.S. district court. He was not able to divert any funds
but did manage to fool many of our colleagues in the UK, Australia and
Malaysia who thought he was still working for us here in the U.S.

Hope this clarifies the situation for you. Again my sincere apologies
and I hope we can resume our business together as soon as tomorrow. As
mentioned before, we will be using my personal e-mail account until
further notice and things get back to a more normal state.

Sincerely,

Andrew S. Jackson, Esq.

In order to make the hacking episode credible, I had to open another
e-mail account and almost start from scratch



Skipping ahead a few more e-mails, Harry boy returns:

[quote]Mon, 4 Apr 2005
From 
"harold malik"
To 
andrew_s_jackson
Subject 
Mail for Andrew S Jackson.

Dear Jackson,


Thanks for your mail and advise upon how my clients should get her money invested this I have forwarded to her and she is very impressed with your ideas and hence looks forward with transaction with you.


Without any further delays she would want you to give us guidelines on how we should proceed with accomplishing this ventures as stated by you and also she would want you to inform us when you would be travelling to the U.A.E or delegating someone there whom would get all documents signed there and receive my clients money and get it transferred into your country for the investments purposes.


Respond to this mail immediately.


Regards


H.S.Malik.

No problem Harry. I'll give you plenty of guidelines. I'm an investment advisor. Twisted Evil I end up sending my lad 12 pages of cut and paste investment verbiage taken off the internet. Of course I threw in a few figures to test him like oil at $275/barrel. He went for the whole thing

I am being introduced to my fellow banker in the U.A.E

Quote:
Fri, 8 Apr 2005
From 
"harold malik"

To 
[email protected] [Add]

Subject 
Mail for Andrew S.Jackson.
Dear Andrew,


I have received an email from my client today with the following instructions, that you should contact Mr.Bashir AL Mohammed of the Gulf Finance Incorporated, an annex branch based in Dubai of the U.A.E and make arrangements for opening an account with bank.


Name of bank: Gulf Finance Incorporated.


Name of bank personnel: Mr.Bashir AL Mohammed.


Email: [email protected]


Contact the bank personnel immediately and make arrangements with opening an account with them, and also do request from the bank personnel directly any further information that you would be needing about the bank, what ever arrangements is made between you and the bank concerning the account, keep me informed about it.


Respond to this mail immediately.


Regards


H.S.Malik


Sat, 9 Apr 2005From 
"Andrew S. Jackson"

To 
bashir_al_mohammed

Cc 
"harold malik"

Subject 
Contact Information and Bank Account
Dear Sir,
I have been instructed by my friend and associate, Mr. Harold Malik, to
contact you in respect to the opening of a bank account with your firm.
Kindly send me the information so that we may see to this matter as soon
as possible.

Sincerely,

Andrew S. Jackson, Esq.
--

After a few more useless e-mails, just to set the mood between strait talking international bankers, I Mr. Bashire an e-mail requesting the URL of his bank's website so I can snoop around and see what the bank is all about; after all I have the best interest of my client, Harry baby, at heart. This is the response I get from the bank

Quote:
Tue, 12 Apr 2005
From 
"Bashir Mohammed"

To 
andrew_s_jackson

Subject 
Opening Account.
Attention: Mr.Andrew S Jackson.


Sir,


I have received your mail dated 12th-04-2005, our bank web-site is presently undergoing upgrading which would have been completed before the end of this month and back online, once this has been done I would notify you.yes of course, the website is down for maintenance for 2 weeks!


As per your request in opening a non-resident corporate account with our bank, the procedure for this includes that our bank sends to you four pages of our non-resident corporate account application forms, which you would carefully get it filled and then sent back to us.


Also due to the nature of the service rendered in cases of corporate accounts with our bank a minimal account deposit of $5.000, (WHAT!!!???) with an additional apex fees of $500 brings it to a total of $5.500 would be required of you to get it sent to us alongside the filled forms while returning it to us.


Immediately we do receive the filled forms and the $5.500 then would the minimal account deposit be deposited into your account with our bank, afterwards your account with our bank would become activated and fully operational.


Our bank address is Hor Al Anz,Dubai-United Arab Emirates, and our bank Tel/Fax is 00971-4-2626936.


If this term of conditions is agreed upon by you then kindly do send to me a mail so that I will get the account application forms sent to you.


Thanks once more for your envisaged cooperation and understanding over this matter, and our bank does promise you of efficient banking services


.


Sincerely yours


Mr.Bashir Al Mohammed


For Gulf Finance Incorporated Management.


OK. Now I'm p*ssed! Time to give this wannabe banker a few lessons in international banking protocol. Of course I don't know the first thing about international banking protocol, but I can make up some pretty convincing arguments. Slapping the lad while quoting precedence!
Twisted Evil


Tue, 12 Apr 2005
From 
"Andrew S. Jackson"
To 
bashir_al_mohammed
Cc 
"harold malik" <harold_s_malikof course I inform my client
Subject 
Bank Account
Attn: Mr. Bashir Al Mohammed

Dear Sir,

I have received your e-mail concerning the opening of a corporate
account in your bank. Thank you for your expedient reply.
I am sorry to learn that your website is down for maintenance.
Hopefully, this situation will not last to long.
I understand that you intend to send us the required forms in order to
open the bank account. Please forward these to us and we shall fill
them out immediately and return them to you as soon as possible:
However, I must point out that the amount requested as a minimal
deposit contravenes the agreed upon conventions of international
banking.
The World Trade Organization convention document on International
Banking of 1998 and the World Bank regulations clearly specify that no
funds shall be required by banking or lending institutions, financial
institutions or chartered banks as a minimal deposit for the opening of
a personal banking account. I further direct your attention to Article
107.b, para E, sub-paragraph ii, item 3c of the WTO amendment C6
(October, 2002) which states in part: " ...any and all banking or
financial institutions, chartered and registered in any sovereign
country shall, in respect to minimal deposit fees, forgo any and all
practices pertaining to such fees..."
In respect to foreign corporate accounts, I would also direct your
attention to the World Bank Directive 48119, Vol. II, Chapter 11,
Article 29 which states, in part:.." as to the extend of foreign
corporate accounts, only those companies registered with a national or
international body recognizing such a company as dully incorporated or
of limited liability, shall be authorized to pursue any banking business
in a foreign country, said country being sovereign and not submitted to
international banking regulation sanctions, United Nations sanctions or
civil war. In the event that a foreign company does conduct any form of
financial or banking affairs in said sovereign country, the banking
authority of that country may, at the discretion of its regulators and
to ensure that said financial affairs are of a reasonable duration and
benefit to the host country, authorize the setting of a benchmark for
the minimum deposit of funds in a foreign corporate account. In case of
the later, the funds required as a security or minimum deposit shall not
exceed the amount as set by the International Banking Regulations
(Genève, 1999). This amount, as set by the International Banking
Regulations shall not exceed the amount of US$750.00 (U.S. Seven Hundred
and Fifty Dollars). Any liability, insurance costs, and associated
debentures, with the exception of administrative costs, shall be borne
by the financial institution in which the account is initialized... "
(Reference: World bank Directive 48119, Vol. II, chap. 11, article 29,
page 683)
Your country, the U.A.E, as well as mine, the United States of America,
are  signatory of these conventions and regulations and have ratified
them in 2001. I invite you to consult them.

I agree with your administrative charges which reflect the accepted
industry standard; we ask the same amount to our clients when they open
an investment portfolio with us. But as you can see, all other charges
exceed the amount authorized by law. In any event, I have sent a copy of
this message to my client and associate, Mr Harold Malik, and will be
contacting him shortly to get his opinion and that of his client.

Feel free to send me an e-mail should you have any questions or
comments.

I look forward to a positive reply, Sincerely,

Andrew S. Jackson, Esq.


Take that you amateur! To which the twit replies, thinking that he is going to muscle me into giving in



Quote:
Wed, 13 Apr 2005
From 
"Bashir Mohammed" <bashir_al_mohammed
To 
andrew_s_jackson
Subject 
Opening Account.

Attention: Mr.Andrew S Jackson.


Sir,


I have received your mail dated 12th-04-2005, the minimal account deposit that our bank does request from you for the activation of your anticipated account with our bank does not contravene any international banking rule.


Since you would be operating a non-resident corporate account, and you would not be appearing physically in our country for this process, then our bank would have to get a U.A.E based lawyer to assist you on your behalf concerning certain legal/financial verification concerning the account that you would be opening with our bank.
(Always with the freekin' lawyers!)


I will want you to reconfirm if this term of condition for opening a bank account with our bank is acceptable by you so that I could forward to you the respective application forms so that you could fill carefully and return back to me?


Thanks once more for your envisaged cooperation and understanding over this matter, and our bank does promise you of efficient banking services.


Sincerely yours


Mr.Bashir Al Mohammed


For Gulf Finance Incorporated Management.


Oh Yeah? The idiot is not getting away with it! First keep my dear client appraised of the situation


Wed, 13 Apr 2005 9From 
"Andrew S. Jackson"
To 
"harold malik" Subject 
Bank Account
Dear Harold,

This is a follow-up e-mail from the one I've sent to the bank yesterday
in which you were CC'd. I have received some correspondence from the
bank representative and am awaiting the initial bank account forms.
However, as investment and financial consultant to your client, I must
advise you and your client that I am not happy with the bank's approach
so far. Let me explain: On top of the administrative costs, which are
normals and par with the industry standard (we charge approximately the
same amount) the bank insisted on having us make a minimum $5,000
deposit to open the bank account. This practice, while not illegal, is
not common. However, the amount requested IS ILLEGAL and contravenes all
international banking laws and practices. I have included in my e-mail
to the bank representative, the appropriate articles listing the maximum
amount a bank can request and the reasons why.
I am ready to proceed forward with the investment plan you and your
client agreed upon. I would strongly suggest that you and/or your client
find another bank to do business with as this one seems a bit greedy.

Please let me know as soon as possible how you and your client wish to
proceed.

Sincerely,

Andrew S. Jackson, Esq.



And then slap the banker once more. Twisted Evil

Wed, 13 Apr 2005 From 
"Andrew S. Jackson" To 
[email protected]

Cc 
"harold malik" Subject 
Bank account forms
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Dear Mr. Al Mohammed,

Thank you for your quick response. I understand that you are waiving the
minimum deposit amount with regards to this accoun, very well. I agree
that we will not provide a minimum deposit amount. I also understand
that you wish to retain a lawyer for this transaction.
Please forward the forms to this e-mail address. I have Ccd my client on
this message and will be addressing him soon.

Sincerely,

Andrew S.  Jackson, Esq.


The banker responds:

Quote:
Wed, 13 AprFrom 
"Bashir Mohammed"
To 
andrew_s_jackson

Subject 
Opening of Account.

Attention: Mr.Andrew S Jackson.


Sir,


I have received your mail dated 13th-04-2005, I did not wave away the matter concerning the minimal account deposit of $5,500 for the activation of a non-resident corporate account (Foreign Currency Deposit Unit) within our bank


If we do not receive the minimal account deposit from you, your account with us can not be activated or operational.


Sincerely yours


Mr.Bashir Al Mohammed


For Gulf Finance Incorporated Management.


Oh yes you are! You're gonna wave that $5,500! Of course I always keep my client informed

Thu, 14 Apr 2005
From 
"Andrew S. Jackson"
To 
"Bashir Mohammed"

Cc 
"harold malik" <[email protected]>

Subject 
Re: Opening of Account.

<WITHOUT PREJUDICE>

Sir,

I have forwarded the applicable World Trade Organization and World Bank
International Banking references and precedents concerning the MAXIMUM
amount of funds a bank or financial institution can request as a minimum
deposit for the opening of foreign accounts. I have indicated also that
the U.A.E have signed the applicable protocols and have ratified them.
It is not my problem, nor my clients problem if you have failed or are
too cavalier to look them up. The amount you are requesting contravenes
these laws and regulations. In other words sir, you are breaking your
country's own banking laws by demanding such an exorbitant amount. If
you persist in requesting that amount instead of the usual US$750
dollars standard fee, I have no choice  but to instruct both my clients,
Mr. Harold Malik and his client to look for another bank. Your
persistence in this matter is causing great distress and anxiety to both
my clients. I am ready to move on to the next phase of my clients
business, the fund transfers and investments and your irresponsible and
unprofessional conduct is impeding this process.

I do hope that you will abide by your own banking laws and will
reconsider.

Andrew S. Jackson


At this point I'm not certain if the banker and Harry are one and the same. If he is, then he has to live through the insults I throw at the banker while keeping him informed. If not, then I'm certain that the banker was told to get with the program;observe Wink

Quote:
Thu, 14 Apr 2005 From 
"Bashir Mohammed" <bashir_al_mohammed

To 
andrew_s_jackson
Subject 
Opening of Account.



Attention: Mr.Andrew S Jackson.


Sir,


I have received your mail dated 14th-04-2005, our does not want to loose any promising customer and for this reason we would accept the $750 minimal account deposit as insisted by you.


Sincerely yours


Mr.Bashir Al Mohammed


For Gulf Finance Incorporated Management.


Twisted Evil

So far this is were things stand. I've wasted 4 more days of the lads time claiming that the forms he sent me (as a fully editable MS word doc1) are corrupted and to send them again, all the while complaining to my client Harry and suggesting that he get another bank,MOre to follow shortly

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