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Vision22
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Joined: 06 Aug 2019
Posts: 44
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 10:00 am Reply with quoteBack to top

This is the first bait I publish and it started on October the 4th 2019 and it's still going on.

These are the persons:

Tony Sanchez - my baiting character
Alexander Dicken - a banker from National Commercial Bank (NBC)
Barrister Kember Peterson- lawyer from NBC



I kicked it off with the standard reply on the 4th of October:
Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken

I'm interested in the email you wrote me.

Sincerely Mr. Tony Sanchez


A day later Mr. Dicken replied:


Quote:

Hello Tony Sanchez,

I am delighted to work with a great person like you. Please find below
the complete information on how we are going to handle this
transaction from inception to completion.

I have taken time in the email to explain the transaction to you and I
expect that after reading through this, you will be able to understand
the business entirely and take note of your own roles,
responsibilities and compensation in the transaction.

First, I'm afraid not to lose these funds to people whom are not
trustworthy, for me to do business with you then i must have to know
you better, as such, i require you to provide me with the following
details-:

1. Your Full Name:
2. Your Residence Address:
3. Telephone and fax number:
4. Age:
4. Occupation:
5. Any Form of identity:

The Deposited amount valued at ($47.5M) belonging to an Australian
Citizen in the name of Mr. Hacks Sanchez who owned a Real Estate
company here in London and whom since has died and there's nobody
coming to claim the fund as his next of kin/Business Partner so i then
contacted you to front you as his business Partner since you bear the
same last name with him in other to transfer the money out of National
Commercial Bank (NCB) London to any Bank of your Choice in the world.

I must let you know that if we do not Remit this money out urgently,
it will be forfeited for nothing and the National Commercial Bank
(NCB) top directors might divert the funds to their own accounts.

1. We will sign a confidentiality/trust agreement before I provide you
with the information on how to approach the bank to release the funds
to you. The agreement is to ensure trust and confidence in each other,
and also to outline each person’s responsibility in the transaction
and share of the money on completion.

2. My Bank has laid down procedure for submission of inheritance
claims applications so after we sign the agreement, I will prepare and
send an application letter to the Bank on your behalf for the release
of the money to you. I will submit the letter to my bank as if you
actually sent it in.

You are required to provide a copy of the deceased’s death certificate
to the bank when submitting the application for claim (I will arrange
and have this document attached to the application. I will send you a
copy of what am submitting on your behalf so that you have it for your
records.

The transaction will kick-off as soon as the bank responds to your application.

You would be required by the bank to provide some information on the
dormant account and the deceased customer himself to prove your
relationship to him for instance the deceased account number, account
type, sort code, branch name and branch number etc. You do not worry
about this requirement as this is where I come in, the inside job that
I will do.

I will gather all the vital information needed and supply them to you
on request. All I need from you is your dedicated honesty and
sincerity of purpose, and make sure you check your email at least two
to three times each day throughout this process so that if there is
any information that requires urgent attention, it is taken care of.

3. Once the bank responds to your application and you provide all
information they need from you, the next step before the bank contacts
you again will be to get the services of a lawyer here in London to
visit the bank as your legal representative. With this approach, you
are shielded from direct interrogation/ questions from the bank.

They would not direct much questions to you but will discuss with the
lawyer as your solicitor. Having a UK lawyer to represent you would
also stop the Bank from requiring your presence in London.

4. I know of a lawyer who is capable of handling this job since only
resident lawyers are permitted by law in London to pursue inheritance
claims like this. You will contact this lawyer and present your
request for him to be your solicitor. Most times the bank recommends
a lawyer to you; if they do I suggest we go ahead with the lawyer
recommended by the bank to make it look transparent to the bank.

This lawyer should not know anything regarding our partnership or the
true position of this transaction, all he should know is that you are
related to a late customer of our bank and you would require his legal
services for the pursuit of the inheritance funds claim.

5. Our bank would request you to show some legal evidence confirming
the transfer of the rights of this dormant account to you as the next
of kin to the deceased and also to make sure the inheritance claim and
transfer is handled legitimately according to our Government’s law on
inheritance request.

This is where the services of the lawyer is highly required. The
lawyer will procure all legal documents necessary for this claim and
handle all endorsement on your behalf as your legal representative.

7. Once all information and documents have been received and verified
by the bank, they will issue an approval to you, and request you to
provide your bank details for the funds to be transferred to you. You
will provide your bank account details to the bank at this stage and
they will transfer the funds to you, the funds will normally arrive in
your account within 3 business days.

8. Your share of the money is 50% of the entire amount, and my own
share will be 50% too. This will also be stated in our agreement.
After the transfer of the funds into your account, I will arrange and
visit you in your country for the 50/50% sharing ratio as agreed.

I have attached my work ID for you to know who you are dealing with.
The confidentiality i have asked for is to protect the funds till it
gets to your account.

Having explained how we will work to achieve success in this
transaction, i will send the Agreement to you via email attachment
immediately i receive the above details from you, then you sign and
return to me so that I can give you the application to send to my bank
to start up the claim.

I await your response, and sincerely anticipate that we both will
rejoice soon after this transaction, and I do hope to meet up with you
soon.

Please send me a scanned proof Documents you re. It should be any
government issued ID like your passport or Driver’s License so that I
can attach it to the application for claim when I prepare it. Attached
is the Deposit Certificate of Funds for your perusal.

Feel free to contact me-: +4474 **** ****

Sr. Alexander Dickens


This is the id he sent me:

[img]https://imgur.com/qAGxBek[/img]

T0ny wasn't fully convined yet

Quote:

Hello Mr. Dicken

I've read through your email and I understand everything so far. I have my personla information ready but can you assure that you handle my information with care and privacy? I read in certain newspapers about some internet fraud.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken wrote:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez
Thanks for your email.
Please be rest assured that your information will not be used for any
other thing than for the is transaction only.

Thanks,
Alexander


T0ny wrote:

Quote:

Thank you for your reply. Here are my personal information. For which bank do you work by the way?

Tony Sanchez
Santa Barbara Blvd., Okalupa Florida USA
I don‘t have a phone
43
Bus driver

Sincerely Mr. Tony Sanchez


Mr. Dicken wrote:

Quote:

Dear Tony Sanchez

Thanks for your understanding.

Your details was well received with thanks. I shall proceed with the
preparation of the Agreement Documents that will bind us together in
this transaction.

I will send you a copy of the Agreement Document via email attachment
as soon as i complete it for you to sign and send back to me.

Once i receive the signed copy from you, then we proceed to the next step.

Thanks and God bless,
Sr. Alexander Dickens


He didn't answer T0ny's question about the bank so he asked again:

Quote:

Dear Alexander

How are you doing? Thanks a lot for your last email. I‘m really looking forward to this business. For which bank do you work I am just curious.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken responded:

Quote:

Hello Tony Sanchez

How are you doing.

Please see attached Agreement Document. You are to carefully go
through it and then sign on the space made for you and send it back to
me via email attachment to enable us proceed to the next step. I also
re attached my work ID, as you requested toknow the Bank i work for.

I am waiting to hear from you soonest.

Thanks,
Sr. Alexander


He sent his ID again together with an Agreement Document that T0ny should sign.

Tony replied:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
How can I sign this document since it's digital. Should I write on the computer screen with my pen so you can see my signature?.
Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


T0ny is very bad with computers and he doesn't know how he should sign this document. Razz

Luckily for him Mr. Dicken has a solution:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Tony,
Thanks for your email. Please print the Document out and sign on the space made for you and then send it to me via email attachment to enable us proceed to the next step.

Thanks,
Alexander


Unfortunately T0ny doesn't have a printer at home and he wants to skip:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Dicken
I don‘t have a printer at home. Couldn‘t we skip the formalities for once?
Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken agrees:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

Thanks for your email.

The important of this Agreement Document is for us to know our
responsibilities in this transaction and also for us to know about the
sharing ratio which is clearly stated in the Documents 50/50 sharing
ratio.

That is why you need to sign the Document showing that you have
accepted all that is stated in the Document.

If you feel that you can abide to all that is written in the Document,
then let me know so that we can skip it and forge ahead with the
transaction.

Thanks,
Alexander


And Mr. Dicken gets nervous after T0ny didn't reply:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
How are you doing?
Please i need to hear from you.
Thanks,
Alex


T0ny replied on 29th of October:

Quote:

Dear Alex
I‘d like to proceed without the document because I think such a business should be based on trust.
Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken wrote:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

Thanks for your understanding.

The next step is to send in the application to the Bank to start the
claim of the money. I will prepare the Application Letter by tomorrow
and then keep you updated on what to do next.

Thanks,
Alexander


A day after that on 31th of October he wrote again:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Tony Sanchez .

How are you

Attached is the inheritance claim application I have prepared on your
behalf to start the claim for the $47.5 Million Dollars.

This is just for your records. You do not have to worry about the
submission of the application, I will submit it through our mail
receiving department where courier and registered mails are received
making it look like you mailed in the application yourself. James
Hughs, the Manager, Admin and Unclaimed Estate Department (UED) will
respond to your application.

As soon as you get that response, send it to me so that I can guide
you on what to do.

Important Notice: Always let me know of any emails you get from the
bank or anyone regarding this claim so that I guide you on what to do.

Do not at anytime make the mistake of doing anything on your own
without me guiding you

Regards and God bless,
Alexander Dickens.


Like the professional business man that Mr. Dicken is he takes care of everything. Now he has to wait for the bank to reply.

_________________
Closed lad accounts x25
United States x7 United Kingdom Togo

You are a fraud, never you contact me again - Suzanne

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 11:10 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Is this bait still ongoing or has it ended? If complete, a mod may move it to the Publish Your Work Here Forum where completed baits are posted after the fact. This all happened a while ago so member suggestions via comments are moot.

Are you and "Hacks" Sanchez related to the infamous "Dirty" Sanchez (Google it)? To be honest this lad's format isn't half bad. It's the same tired old Next Of Kin (N.O.K) format but most of the grammar doesn't bother me and it attempts to preempt some common questions/concerns that may arise like why a lawyer is needed and how important it is to check your email 3 times a day etc. I wouldn't be at all surprised if this asshole was previously baited by an Eater member that abides by the informal "send only 1 email to a lad per day" rule. He didn't overreach by name dropping every banking institution or federal agency known to man or include long lists of powerful political figures that one could muster. Lads with formats that are more polished than others like this need to be destroyed.

I assume you will post how you provided "coaching and development guidance" to this pet of yours. If I got his email and wanted to play I think I would have pretended to be pretty well off. Your trust fund inheritance stipulates that all your personal matters must be handled through a lawyer on retainer through the estate trust. You threaten to have your minions send a threatening message to the London bank's legal department demanding that your attorney represent you versus whatever clown car driver they were planning to peddle on you. He'll sweat and you can argue about it for a while but when you do cave eventually he will think that you are loaded and able to be manipulated...but doing so may require some work on his part. That is exactly what you want. You can steer the bait in a zillion directions at that point.

Anyway, can't wait to see how it all really went down! Thanks for sharing. Very Happy
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Vision22
Not quite a Newb


Joined: 06 Aug 2019
Posts: 44
Location: At baiter saloon


PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 11:52 am Reply with quoteBack to top

On the 4th of November T0ny received an email from the bank just like Mr. Dicken has promised.

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez of United States of America,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for Contacting National Commercial Bank London.

Please see attached Document for your urgent attention.

Thanks, and be rest assured of our professional services.
For: National Commercial Bank (NCB)


[img]https://imgur.com/a/JDL1QE6[/img]

T0ny replied to Mr. Dicken:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I indeed received an email from Mr. Hughs but I didn‘t saw it the first time. I‘m going to fill out the questionnaire that he sent me and I‘m going to update you. Are you sure that we can trust him because I read in newspapers about some internet scams and I‘m a bit concerned.
Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Like the paranoid fool that T0ny is he isn't sure if they should trust Mr. Hughs.

Mr. Dicken wrote:

Quote:

Hello Sanchez,
How are you doing?
Please can you send me the questionnaire you said you receive from the Bank.

I am waiting to hear from you/.
Alex


T0ny did what he was told and he sent Mr. Dicken the questionnaire:

Quote:

Hello Alex
I attach you the questionnaire to this email and hope that this helps you in getting the funds for me.
Sincerely Tony


On the 7th of November T0ny received the answers from Mr. Dicken:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Tony,

Thanks for your update.

Please find the answers to the questions below. Copy the below answers
and send to the Bank.
--------------------------------------------------

1- Wife's Name : Mrs Monica Sanchez

2- City born : Sydney, Australia

3- Deceased Mother's Middle Name : Veronica

4- Last Address before died : 23, QUEENS DRIVE, PICCADILY, LONDON ,UK

5- DEPOSIT SECRET PIN NUMBER : NCB/C-J/LB/UK/581/11

6- Account Reference Number : NCB/NRI-ACCT/7878256589/11

Thanks
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


T0ny thanked him:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Alexander
Thank you very much for your quick and professional reply. I‘m going to send the answers to the bank ASAP.
Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


The same day T0ny sent the answers to the bank like Mr. Dicken told him:

Quote:

Dear National Commercial Bank
Below are the answers to the questionnaire you sent. Are you going to keep the following information as private as possible please because I‘m very concerned about my privacy.

1- Wife's Name : Mrs Monica Sanchez
2- City born : Sydney, Australia
3- Deceased Mother's Middle Name : Veronica
4- Last Address before died : 23, QUEENS DRIVE, PICCADILY, LONDON ,UK
5- DEPOSIT SECRET PIN NUMBER : NCB/C-J/LB/UK/581/11
6- Account Reference Number : NCB/NRI-ACCT/7878256589/11

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken wrote on November 8th:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

Thanks for your update.
Let's wait for the Bank's response.
Thanks,
Alex


T0ny forgot how much money he is going to receive:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I sent the answers to bank and now I'm waiting for the response. How much is the fund again that I'm going to receive?
Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Luckily for him the memory of Mr. Dicken is better:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

Thanks for your update. The Bank will definitely reply to you latest
today or tomorrow. I think they are trying to verify the answers that
you sent.

You are expected to receive from the Bank the sum of $47.5 Million Dollars.

I am waiting for your update.
Thanks,
Alexander


But he got nervous after T0ny didn't send the answers:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
How are you doing?
Please i need your update, did you hear from the Bank?
Alex


But T0ny received an email from the bank and now they want some documents from him:

Quote:

From the Desk of : Mr. James Hughs
Director Claim Department
National Commercial Bank (NCB)
Direct Line + 4474 3013 2330
Tel/Fax: + 4470 2403 4728

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez of United States of America.

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for Contacting National Commercial Bank London.

This is to let you know that we have this morning received a mail from our Verification Unit confirming all your Answers to our Questions to be correct.

In a bid to confirm your authenticity as the new beneficiary of the account of our deceased customer, you will have to provide the following Documents-:

1. A scanned copy of a Letter of Authorization.

2. A scanned copy of a Probate release mandate.

3. A Scanned copy of Change of Ownership Certificate.

We have a government Approved Lawyer that we can introduce to you to assist you in processing all required Documents from the Court, if you want us to introduce him to you then let us know for further discussion.

Alternatively, if you have your own Lawyer, then you instruct him or her to visit our Bank for verification and also to brief him/her on what this entails and requires on your behalf.

Upon the receipt and provision of the above listed requirements, we shall contact you and provide you with our Payment formalities.

Thanks and be rest assured of our professional services.
For: National Commercial Bank (NCB).


T0ny forwarded this to Mr. Dicken and he wants that his own lawyer takes care of the documents:

Quote:

Hello Alex
I‘m doing fine and you? The bank wants these three documents from me:
1. A scanned copy of a Letter of Authorization.
2. A scanned copy of a Probate release mandate.
3. A Scanned copy of Change of Ownership Certificate.

I‘m going to contact my lawyer about these documents so that he can prepare them.

Sincerely Tony


And T0ny sent a similar email back to the bank:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Hughs
I have my own lawyer that can take care of the documents. Where is your bank located?
Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken wasn't a fan of this option and he suggested on the 14th of November:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

Thanks for your update.

I am happy that the Bank has finally responded to your email and also
glad that the Bank has confirmed the answers ok.

Now, the Bank requested these documents from you in other to proceed
with the transfer. I believe the Bank has given you an option of a
Lawyer to handle this for us, but since you said you have a Lawyer to
handle it, then write back to the Bank and inform them of your Lawyer.

To me i will suggest we use the Bank Lawyer that's if an option of a
Lawyer was given to you from the Bank. Using the Bank Lawyer will help
us achieve this transaction smoothly without any delay because he
knows the process of facilitating the Documents.

Your Lawyer you are talking about, where is he from, is he practicing
here in UK?

Please get back to me as soon as possible.

Thanks,
Alexander


T0ny also received an answer from the bank:

Quote:

From the Desk of : Mr. James Hughs
Director Claim Department
National Commercial Bank (NCB)
Direct Line + 4474 3013 2330
Tel/Fax: + 4470 2403 4728

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez of United States of America.

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for Contacting National Commercial Bank London.

As you requested, the Address of our Bank is as stated below-:

Bank Name: National Commercial Bank
Address: London W1U 6RP, United Kingdom.

We are waiting to receive your Lawyer.

Thanks and be rest assured of our professional services.
For: National Commercial Bank (NCB).


T0ny wants to know more about the banks lawyer:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
If you suggest it I can also ask the bank for a lawyer if it really goes smother and faster than with mine. Do you know if I have to pay more if I choose that option?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken assured him that this will be much quicker and smoother Rolling Eyes :

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez

Sorry about my late response.

I will suggest we go for the Bank's Lawyer. It will be smoother and
faster because he knows how to go about it.

Yes we are going to pay the Bank's Lawyer to carry out this assignment
for us, but if you feel that your Lawyer can handle it without
payment, lets work with him.

I am waiting for your update.

Thanks,
Alexander Dickens


So T0ny asked the bank for the lawyer:

Quote:

Dear NCB
I had a conversation with Mr. Dicken and he suggested me that I use your lawyer instead of mine. Could you please send me the contact information for your lawyer?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


And he got an answer on the 18th of November:

Quote:

From the Desk of : Mr. James Hughs
Director Claim Department
National Commercial Bank (NCB)
Direct Line + 4474 3013 2330
Tel/Fax: + 4470 2403 4728

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Valued Customer

Thank you for Contacting National Commercial Bank London.

We shall discuss with the Lawyer today and he will communicate with you.

Thanks and be rest assured of our professional services.
For: National Commercial Bank (NCB).


He told this Mr. Dicken too and he wants to know how he's doing:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Dicken

I followed your advise and I decided to go for the banks lawyer. I'm going to contact him as soon as possible and then I will update you. How is it going by the way?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken doesn't answer the question but at least he replied. He also wants to stay in the shadow:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
Thanks for your update.

Let's wait and hear from the Lawyer and then we proceed from there. At
this final stage of this transaction, we must follow to all
instructions and directives of the Lawyer because he is standing in as
your representative here.

Please remember not to mention my name to the Bank, because they are
not aware that i am involved in this transaction.

I am waiting for your update.
Thanks and God bless you.

Alexander Dickens.


T0ny didn't fully understand this part and he asked Mr. Dicken to explain:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Dicken

But if they don't know that you are involved is it still possible to do this transaction? Please explain this part to me.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken tries to answer the question:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez, Thanks for your email.

Yes, the Bank must not know that i am involved in this transaction
because if they know they will ask me the relationship between you and
i.

Please you have to maintain strictly confidentiality this transaction
required so that we can achieve our aim.

Did you hear from the Bank about the Lawyer, please confirm.

Thanks,
Alexander


T0ny indeed received a message from the lawyer:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

We write to acknowledge the request of National Commercial Bank London on your behalf for legal representation with regards to your estate claim with NCB in London.

We have been to National Commercial Bank to verify your claim and all that was stated in the application to our office and I am glad to inform you that your claim was confirmed and we hereby agree to represent you as your attorneys for this inheritance claim.

Please see attached documents and information and get back to us as soon as possible.

Note: We do not charge you any fees until after you have received your funds but you are responsible for all government fees.

Yours Faithfully,

Barrister Kember Peterson.
Kember Peterson & Associates, London United Kingdom
Family & Real Estate Management Lawyers.
Address: 50-52 Chancery Lane London United Kingdom WC2A 1HL.
Tel: + 4474 **** ****
Email: ***********


The bank now wants to know if I had contact with the lawyer:

Quote:

From the Desk of : Mr. James Hughs
Director Claim Department
National Commercial Bank (NCB)
Direct Line + 4474 **** ****
Tel/Fax: + 4470 **** ****

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Valued Customer

We received a mail from the Lawyer this morning informing us that he has contacted you.

Please confirm this information so that we can update our file.

Thanks and be rest assured of our professional services.
For: National Commercial Bank (NCB).


To which T0ny replied:

Quote:

Dear NCB
Yes the lawyer contacted me and you can update your files.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


T0ny now replied to the lawyer and he wants to know more:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
Thanks a lot for your email. I'm going to prepare everything. What exactly are the governmental fees?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


He also got an email from Mr. Dicken asking about the lawyer:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

How are you doing?
Please i need your update, have you heard from the Bank concerning the Lawyer?
Alexander



The same day (20th of November) he also replied to Mr. Dicken:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I contacted the lawyer as the bank instructed me to do. I'm going to update you as soon as I get a reply from him.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


On the 21th of November Mr. Dicken replied:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
Thanks for your update.
I await to hear from you soonest.
Thanks,
Alexander


T0ny got this reply from Mr. Peterson (the lawyer) about his question:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

Please see the attached Documents that was sent to you before now for better understand.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.
Kember Peterson & Associates, London United Kingdom
Family & Real Estate Management Lawyers.
Address: 50-52 ******* London United Kingdom WC2A 1HL.
Tel: + 4474 **** ****
Email: *********


On the 24th of November Mr. Dicken wants an update about the lawyer:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez
How are you doing?
Please i need your update, did you hear from the Bank Lawyer?
Alex


Three days and there haven't been an answer from T0ny. Now Mr. Dicken is making some assumptions: Laughing

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

How are you doing?

Can you please explain to me why you have decided not to communicate
with me anymore.

I am suspecting that you have been communicating with the Lawyer in
other to finalize the transaction all alone, if this is your plan,
please don't do this to me.

I am desperately waiting to hear from you sir.
Thanks,
Alexander


But T0ny tried to calm him down:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
It's not my plan to make this without you. I am going to contact the lawyer tomorrow again because this was a very busy week for me.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


And so he did on the 30th of November with a mail to the lawyer:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I received your documents but at the moment I am not sure what I need to do with them.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Again T0ny doesn't know what to do with the documents but Mr. Peterson know what to do:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

You are to sign one of the Documents 'Attached Retainer Agreement' and then send it back to us via email attachment.

Concerning the Government fee of US$52,000, you are also to transfer the fee the Broker Account we will provide for you as soon as you are ready to make the Payment.

Once we receive the Retainer signed agreement and the transfer Slip for the government fee, then we proceed with the processing of obtaining the required Documents on your behalf.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.
Kember Peterson & Associates, London United Kingdom
Family & Real Estate Management Lawyers.
Address: ********** London United Kingdom WC2A 1HL.
Tel: + 4474 **** ****
Email: *********


Meanwhile Mr. Dicken wants an update on the situation again:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
How are you doing?
Please i need your update.
Alexander


And again:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
How are you doing?
Please i need your update.
Alexander


T0ny informs Mr. Peters0n that he doesn't have a printer and he wants to skip this part again:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I can‘t sign this document because I don‘t have a printer and thus I can‘t print it out. Is there a possibility to make the business without this document?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


T0ny also sent an update to Mr. Dicken:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
Please excuse my late answer. My computer was broken and I wasn‘t able to see your message. I am still in conversation with the lawyer and we are preparing everything. How is it going in your bank? I also work in a bank and there is a lot of work to do at the moment.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Note: Here I actually made a mistake in saying that I work for a bank even tough I said that I am a bus driver. That was because I was baiting another lad where I claimed to work at the bank Embarassed

Mr. Dicken saw that and now he wants an answer:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez

Thanks for your update.

What exactly are you discussing with the Lawyer that is taken so much
time, we have no time to conclude this transaction?

I will try to find out the name of the Bank Lawyer handling this
matter to know why this process is taken so much time.

You stated in your in email that you also work with a Bank, are you a
Banker? You never told me that you are a Banker, you only told me that
you are a Bus Driver, how come you suddenly changed your occupation?

Please i need clear explanation on this.

As i stated above, i will make my contact to the Legal department to
know the name of the Lawyer handling this matter and i will get back
to you today.

Thanks,
Alexander Dickens.


He really wants an answer:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez

Thanks for your update.

What exactly are you discussing with the Lawyer that is taken so much
time, we have no time to conclude this transaction?

I will try to find out the name of the Bank Lawyer handling this
matter to know why this process is taken so much time.

You stated in your in email that you also work with a Bank, are you a
Banker? You never told me that you are a Banker, you only told me that
you are a Bus Driver, how come you suddenly changed your occupation?

Please i need clear explanation on this.

As i stated above, i will make my contact to the Legal department to
know the name of the Lawyer handling this matter and i will get back
to you today.

Thanks,
Alexander Dickens.


Luckily T0ny can clear the situation:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I am talking with the lawyer about the documents that I need to sign but I can‘t because I don‘t have a printer. About my job. Yes it‘s true that I am a bus driver but sometimes I driver people who work at the bank from their home to the bank. That what I meant.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


But does he believe T0ny?

Quote:

Hello Sanchez,
Thanks for your email.

I spoke with the Lawyer today through the Bank's Legal Department to
know why he has been delaying the process of this transaction. The
Lawyer made me to understand that you are the one delaying the whole
process.

You sent him one email yesterday concerning a Document and he
responded back to you immediately.

He also made me to know that you were asked to pay a certain amount
of money being for government fee before he will proceed, and you are
not saying anything about the fee.

Can you explain to me, how much is the fee and how are we making the payment?

I am waiting to hear from you soonest.

Thanks,
Alexander


Luckily he does Very Happy but he isn't happy either:

Quote:

Hello Sanchez,
Thanks for your email.

I spoke with the Lawyer today through the Bank's Legal Department to
know why he has been delaying the process of this transaction. The
Lawyer made me to understand that you are the one delaying the whole
process.

You sent him one email yesterday concerning a Document and he
responded back to you immediately.

He also made me to know that you were asked to pay a certain amount
of money being for government fee before he will proceed, and you are
not saying anything about the fee.

Can you explain to me, how much is the fee and how are we making the payment?

I am waiting to hear from you soonest.

Thanks,
Alexander


Now it's T0ny who is unsure:



Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I just contacted the lawyer again and I accepted to pay the fee that is required. But why did you contact the lawyer when you told me that no one should know that you are involved? Please explain that to me.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken has an answer:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Tony Sanchez

Thank you for your email update and the question you asked.

My reason for contacting the Lawyer is to know the cause of the delay.

The Lawyer is an external Lawyer attached with the NCB Bank, so he has
no reason suspecting if i am involved in this transaction or not, i
know what i am doing ok.

I await to hear from you soonest.

Thanks,
Alexander

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 12:05 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

bikeatl77 wrote:
Is this bait still ongoing or has it ended? If complete, a mod may move it to the Publish Your Work Here Forum where completed baits are posted after the fact. This all happened a while ago so member suggestions via comments are moot.

Are you and "Hacks" Sanchez related to the infamous "Dirty" Sanchez (Google it)? To be honest this lad's format isn't half bad. It's the same tired old Next Of Kin (N.O.K) format but most of the grammar doesn't bother me and it attempts to preempt some common questions/concerns that may arise like why a lawyer is needed and how important it is to check your email 3 times a day etc. I wouldn't be at all surprised if this asshole was previously baited by an Eater member that abides by the informal "send only 1 email to a lad per day" rule. He didn't overreach by name dropping every banking institution or federal agency known to man or include long lists of powerful political figures that one could muster. Lads with formats that are more polished than others like this need to be destroyed.

I assume you will post how you provided "coaching and development guidance" to this pet of yours. If I got his email and wanted to play I think I would have pretended to be pretty well off. Your trust fund inheritance stipulates that all your personal matters must be handled through a lawyer on retainer through the estate trust. You threaten to have your minions send a threatening message to the London bank's legal department demanding that your attorney represent you versus whatever clown car driver they were planning to peddle on you. He'll sweat and you can argue about it for a while but when you do cave eventually he will think that you are loaded and able to be manipulated...but doing so may require some work on his part. That is exactly what you want. You can steer the bait in a zillion directions at that point.

Anyway, can't wait to see how it all really went down! Thanks for sharing. Very Happy


Your welcome bikeatl77 Very Happy
The bait is still going on at the moment. About Dirty Sanchez I can only say maybe Wink

But the format and the amount of work that he puts in are really interesting and I think I didn't came accross many grammer mistakes so far. I'm really wondering how this is going to develop.

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If you navigate to your Profile (from the link at the top of the page), then select "Edit Profile" from the options that appear, then highlight the radio button for "Always allow BBCode," and hit "Submit," the image you entered several posts ago will appear in the thread.

Also, is there a reason to leet "T0ny?" It makes it difficult to read.

Looking forward to the continued Adventures of Sanchez.

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Mr. Peters0n agrees and here comes the part where everybody was waiting for Twisted Evil :

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

OK, i will take care of the Retainer Agreement Document. If you are ready to transfer the government fee of $52,000 you let us know so that we can provide you with the broker account details to make the payment.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.
Kember Peterson & Associates, London United Kingdom
Family & Real Estate Management Lawyers.
Address: ************** London United Kingdom WC2A 1HL.
Tel: + 4474 **** ****
Email: *************


The fee!

Tony accepts to pay the fee but he made a mistake with the number:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
Thank you for your response. I accept to pay the 52 US dollar as you wrote to me. Which payment methods do you accept?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


But Mr. Peterson doesn't really care about that:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

We accept Payments Via Bank to Bank wire Transfer through the government Approved Broker Account.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.
Kember Peterson & Associates, London United Kingdom
Family & Real Estate Management Lawyers.
Address: ************ London United Kingdom WC2A 1HL.
Tel: + 4474 **** ****
Email: **************


Tony accepts to make the payment and asks if there are more fees:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peters0n
I accept to pay via bank transfer. Is there an additional fee that I have to pay for the bank transfer?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken wants an update again on the whole situation:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

Good morning to you and how are you doing? Please i need your update.
Thanks,
Alexander


Which Tony gave him:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I am still in contact with the lawyer and I have accepted to pay via bank transfer.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Meanwhile Mr. Peters0n replies and wants a phone number:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

The transferring Bank will request for transfer charges from you which is not up to $30.

Can i have your telephone Number so that i can call?


Unfortunately Tony is deaf and can't use a phone Sad :

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
If the fee for the transfer charges is only 30$ I accept to pay via bank transfer. Unfortunately I can't talk with you because I am deaf thus a phone call won't be possible. I hope that we can proceed even tough my illness.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Peters0n replied:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

Kindly update us as soon as you are ready to make the Payment so as to enable us get the receiving Bank details from the Approved Broker.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


Tony also sent an email to Mr. Dicken:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I don‘t want to push you out of this transaction but I was very busy the last few days. I accepted to pay the government fee of 520.00 US Dollar. Now I am waiting for the receiving bank details from the lawyer.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Tony made a mistake in the fee again. But not like Mr. Peters0n, Mr. Dicken spots the mistake:

Quote:

Hello,
Thanks for your email. I think you are making a mistake in the figure the Lawyer quoted to me. The last time i spoke with the Lawyer he told me that the Government fee is $52,000 Fifty Two Thousand Dollars and not $520 as you stated in your email.

I will suggest you contact the Lawyer to be sure of the figure he mentioned to you.

Thanks,
Alexander


What would Tony do without him?

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
Yes the government fee is 52000 US Dollar and I am going to pay this fee as soon as the lawyer sends the account details.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


The same dat on the 13th of December Tony is finally ready to send the fee:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I am ready to make the payment. Please send me the details.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


He got this from Mr. Peters0n:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

We shall provide you with the Broker Account Details before the end of today.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


And he got another email the same day:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Below is the Bank details we received from the Broker.

Please be advised to split the money in two transactions ($26,000) on each transfer you make.

As soon as you make the Payment you send us the two transfer slips so that we can forward it to the Broker for confirmation of Payment.

BANK NAME: ******
BENEFICIARY NAME: ********
BANK ADDRESS: ***************
ACCOUNT NUMBER: ***********
SORT CODE: *********
IBAN CODE: *********
SWIFT/BIC CODE: *********

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


Finally an account and a piggy more for me Twisted Evil

Mr. Dicken is also interested in the account:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
How are you doing?
Did you get the Account details from the Lawyer?
I await your reply.
Thanks,
Alex


Tony made the payment three days later on the 17th of December:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I made the payment of the 52000 US Dollar today. Please send me an email as soon as you received my money.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken wants to know if Tony finally made the payment:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
Yes the lawyer sent me the account details and I made the payment today. Now I am waiting for the lawyer to confirm that he received the money. Have you thought about the charity project of my brother in law?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Peters0n wants to see a proof of payment and asks if Tony split the payment:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

Please provide us with evidence of Payment to enable us forward to the Broker for clearance.

Without the evidence of Payment, we cannot access your Payment.

Hope you split the money in two transaction as you were earlier advised?

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.



Mr. Dicken wants to see a prove aswell:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

How are you doing?

I am happy to hear that you have transferred the money to the Lawyer,
please can you send me the transfer Slip for my record.

Concerning the project, i am making contact with my friend in Africa,
he promised to get back to me soonest.

Thanks,
Alexander


Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

How are you doing?

I am happy to hear that you have transferred the money to the Lawyer,
please can you send me the transfer Slip for my record.

Concerning the project, i am making contact with my friend in Africa,
he promised to get back to me soonest.

Thanks,
Alexander


Two days have passed without an email from Tony:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

We are still waiting to receive the evidence of transfer you made to enable us forward it to the Broker for confirmation and clearance.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


Even tough Tony isn't good with computers he made the payment via online banking:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I made the payment on the website of my bank via online banking. Because of that I can‘t provide a copy of the transfer slip.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


He also tells that Mr.Dicken:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

Thanks for your email.

You know i am a Banker and there's nothing you will tell me about
Banking that i don't know.

Your Banking system maybe different from ours, but there's no way a
transfer will be made through online that you will not get a
confirmation copy via email or in your online Banking system.

The Lawyer will request for this too, because he will not forge ahead
if you do not send him the transfer slip for clearance.

Thanks,
Alexander.


Unfortunately there was a problem with the account and Tony needs a new Twisted Evil :

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I just got a call from the bank that there was a problem with the account you sent me and the bank transferred the money back into my account. Do you have another account where I could send the money to?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
How are you doing? The bank called me and told me that there was a problem with the account the lawyer sent me. Are you still sure that the lawyer is trustful and serious about this?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


On the 24th of December Mr. Dicken wrote:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
Thanks for your email.
Please write to the Lawyer to provide you with a new account to
transfer the money.

Thanks,
Alex


And Mr. Peters0n was so nice to send a new one:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

Please below another account as you requested.

BANK NAME: *************
ADDRESS: **********************
SWIFT: *************
ACCOUNT MAME: ************
BENEFICIARY ADDRESS: *********************
IBAN: *************

Send us the transfer Slip as soon as you make the Payment to enable us forward it to the Broker for confirmation.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


And he told that Mr. Dicken:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
How are you doing? The lawyer sent me another account to which I am going to transfer the money. I am also going to send you and the lawyer a proof for the transaction. Have you thought about the charity business meanwhile?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


He gave Mr. Peters0n a notification:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I made the payment to the new account you sent me yesterday. Please send me a notification as soon as you receive the money. I haven't received a reply from Mr. Dicken in the last few days. Do you know if he is alright and why he hasn't sent me an email?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Both want to see a proof of payment again:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,
Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

Please take note that we cannot confirm your Payment without the evidence to show that you made the Payment.

Why are you finding it difficult to send us the transfer Slip of the Payment you claimed you made to the new account?

We have our Payment policy, if you do not send us the transfer Slip to show that you transferred the money, we are sorry to let you know that we cannot proceed further.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


Quote:

Dear Sir,

Thanks for your update.

I will wait to receive the proof of transfer as you promised.

Concerning the Charity project, i am on it, i just want us to complete
our transaction at hand then i will start with the process.

I am waiting to hear from you soonest.

Thanks,
Alexander


So T0ny sent a screenshot of his online banking page to the lawyer and the banker:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I attach you a screenshot of my online banking page to this email. On the screenshot you can see the transaction I made to your account and prove to you that I made the transfer as you told me.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I send you a screenshot of my online banking page on which you can see the transaction I made to the account of the lawyer.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


So everything must be fine right? RIGHT?

Quote:

Hi,
There is no Slip in the attachment.
Alex


Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

Please take note that the attachment is empty, there's no Document in it.

The money you sent has not been received.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


And there was another problem with the account:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I hope you are serious about this transaction because I got a call from my bank again and they told me that there was a problem with the second account you sent me. I don‘t know if I can still believe you.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I got another call from my bank and they told me that there was a problem again with the second account the lawyer sent me. Are you still sure that he is serious and real about this transaction? In my opinion we should contact another lawyer that know what he‘s doing.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Now Tony isn't so sure anymore if Mr. Dicken and he can trust this lawyer.

And there was a big silence from London too:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I haven‘t heard from you since some days and I didn‘t receive an answer on my last email. Is the money still available?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
How are you doing? I haven‘t heard from you or the lawyer since some days. Is everything ok and are the funds still available?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Only Mr. Dicken replied:

Quote:

Hi Mr. Sanchez,
Thanks for your email.
I don't think the Lawyer is ready to continue this process, because
the Broker that gave him the Accounts stated that they will not
provide another account for you, for that reason the Lawyer stated
that he will no longer continue with the process.

For now i don't know what to do.

Alexa


Tony replies and tells Mr. Dicken that it wasn't his fault:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I still haven‘t received an answer from the lawyer and in my opinion this isn‘t very professional. And after all it isn‘t my fault if the lawyer isn‘t able to provide a working bank account. Do you know another lawyer that could help us in this situation?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Now I need a new account that cost Tony 800 Dollars:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez

Thanks for your email.

The Lawyer has provided you with two different Bank Accounts and it
ended up that your Bank called you to say the Bank Account provided is
not good to receive money.

I was with the Lawyer yesterday to plead with him to provide you with
a new account and he stated that for him to provide you with a new
Account you will have to send Via Western Union or Money Gram the sum
of 800 Dollars to him so that he can register with another Broker in
other to get a new for you.

Let me know if you are ready to send him the money so that i can
instruct him to provide you with his details or you contact him your
self.

I a waiting to hear from you soonest.

Thanks,
Alex


Tony tries to calm the situation again:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
How are you doing? After all it is not my fault if the lawyer is not able to provide a working bank account. But could you explain more why I have to send 800 Dollars now?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Dicken explains:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
Thanks for your response.

The Lawyer explained that the 800 Dollars required is for him to
Register with a new Broker in other to get a new Bank details for you.
The 800 Dollars will be deducted from the 52,000 Dollars that you are
going to transfer to the new Account details he will provide for you.

Let me hear from you soon.
Thanks,
Alexander


Tony makes a suggestion on how to avoid the 800 Dollars fee:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
Thank you for your answer. Isn‘t it possible to create the account and I pay the $800 together with the $52000? That is much simpler.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


But Mr. Dicken doesn't like the idea:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,
Thanks for your email.
I will suggest we do as the Lawyer instructed. You can contact the
Lawyer and get the details for the 800$ transfer.

Thanks,
Alex


But all of Tonys emails got deleted:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I will contact the lawyer about the account. I don‘t have the email of the lawyer because all my emails got deleted. Could you give me his email address?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


On the 3rd of February Mr. Dicken wrote:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez,

How are you doing?

See the Lawyer's email address as you requested-: *************

I await your update.

Thanks,
Alexander Dickens


Hm the address is incorrect:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
I am doing fine. How are you doing?

Thank you very much for your quick response. I tried to contact the lawyer today but I got a message that the email address I entered is incorrect. Are you sure that this is his address?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


But it was just a mistake by Tony:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
How are you doing?

I made a mistake in the email address of the lawyer that is why I got an error message. Now that this is solved I am going to write a message to the lawyer.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


And Mr. Dicken appreciate Tonys update:

Quote:

Hello Mr. Sanchez
Thanks for your update.
Alex

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Tony got an email Mr. Peterson on the 19th of February:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

The details you need is for the transfer of $800 through Money Gram.

This amount is needed to apply for a new Bank account details from the Governement Approved Broker since you claimed that the two accounts given to you was not working for the transfer of $52,000.

As you know, we cannot receive such amount through our personal/company account, it must go through a Broker before we can have access to it. This is the policy here and we must abide to it.

Below is the details for the transfer of $800 through Money Gram Transfer.

NAME: **********
ADDRESS: ****************
AMOUNT: $800
TEST QUESTION: GREEN
TEST ANSWER: WHITE

We wait to receive the 8Digit Reference Number.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


Another piggy! Twisted Evil

Tony doesn't know how Money Gram works:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
Thank you for your message. How are you doing?

I have never used Money Gram before. How does it work and what do I need to do to send you the $800 to complete our business?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Mr. Peterson replied:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

Money Gram Transfer is everywhere in your country, you can google money Gram outlet in your city close to you and transfer the money with the details i sent to you.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


Tony wants to know:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
Thank you for your message. I haven't used Money Gram before thus I don't know how it works. So that means that I go to a Money Gram office and I give them the details you gave me together with the $800 and they will send the money to you?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


And Mr. Peterson replies with a very long and complicated answer Razz :

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

Yes.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


There wasn't much going on after this email and Tony asked on the 24th of March if everything is ok:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
Are you still able to receive the fee from me?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


And Mr. Peterson doesn't trust him anymore:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,
Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

We discovered that you are not a serious person and we don't deal with such peole in this reputable Law Firm. If you are not serious with this process, please do not contact this Law Firm Again.

When last did you discuss with the Bank?

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


There is a big gap again that Tony has to explain:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
Please excuse my late reply but I was really busy the last few weeks because my father is ill. Because of that I wasn‘t able to reply to you sooner. You have to know that I am really serious about this business and that I want to complete this with you.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


There is still no reply from Mr. Peterson. So Tony wrote a message to Mr. Dicken again on the 24th of April:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
How are you doing?

I have contacted the lawyer about two weeks ago and I haven‘t heard from him since. In my opinion this is very unprofessional and unserious. I start to think again that this lawyer isn‘t trustworthy and I would like to complete this business with you and another lawyer. I wasn‘t able to reply to you or the lawyer earlier because my father was very ill and I had to take care of him. I am looking forward to your reply and to the completion of this business with you!

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


And Mr. Dicken replied:

Quote:

Dear Sir,

Thanks.
The Lawyer in question is a professional Lawyer that was appointed to
handle this transaction. There is no way to bring in a new Lawyer
because you will deffinately going to start afresh.

The Lawyer instructed you to send him the sum of 800$ for him to
proceed with the transaction, all you do is to ask series of
questions. He gave you the details to send the money, but you never
did. He sees you an an unserious person. Mind you he has been updating
me of your communication.

Thanks,
Alex


And Tony sent him:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Dicken
Thank you very much for your reply. You have to note that I did everything that the lawyer advised me to do but I wasn't able to make the payment because my beloved father was very ill the past few weeks. Thus I wasn't able to do anything because I had to take care of him and his health. If you are really sure that this lawyer is trustworthy I am going to make the payment tomorrow when the Money Gram office opens.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Tony sent an email to Mr. Peterson the same day:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I got a reply from Alexander Dickens and he told me that he thinks that you are a serious lawyer and thus I am going to send the fee of $800 to you. Could you please confirm the Money Gram details to which I should send the money so that I can do that tomorrow.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


And the lawyer sent Tony another piggy:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,
Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

The money Gram Details is as follows:

Name: ************
Address: *************
Amount: $800
Test Question: White
Test Answer: Green

As soon as you make the payment you send me the Reference Number for immediate pick up.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


And Mr. Dicken sent Tony a notification:

Quote:

Hello Mr. anchez,
Good afternoon to you,
The Lawyer has not received the money, he promised to get intouch with
you later today.
Thanks,
Alex


Tony made the payment via Money Gram:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
I went to the Money Gram office today and I made the payment to the details you sent me. Please notify me as soon as you receive the money. What is the reference number and where do I find it?

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


And Mr. Peterson asks Tony for the reference number:

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

You must be a joker, how can i cash the money without the reference number. It's high time you stop this joke, we are not hear for such joke.

Send me the Reference Number if you are sure that you made the Payment as you claimed. The Reference Number is written boldly on the slip.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


So Tony sent him a receipt:

Quote:

Dear Mr. Peterson
How are you doing?

You have to note that this is my first transaction with Money Gram and thus I am not familiar with how they work and what a reference number is. I have checked the receipt again and there is no reference number but just a phone number. I attach you the receipt to this email.

Sincerely Mr. Sanchez


Note: I thought I would try out the new Money Gram chatbot and so I used the receipt generator in the thread. At this point I wasn't sure if he would really call the number but he did.

Quote:

Attn: Mr. Tony Sanchez,
Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email.

The Reference number should be given to you by the Money Gram officer, so i will suggest you go to the point where you sent the money to request for it.

We have tried to call the number on the slip you sent but unfornately we could not get through. Please retify this your self and get back to me.

Yours Faithfully,
Barrister Kember Peterson.


He did! And here are the recordings if anyone is interested: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/14CTHx_8zaKSYMq1BO8rzIaNpwwneUk5i

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 1:09 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

So this is the current situation of the bait and I am open if anyone has some suggestions on what to do next or also a co-bait if someone is interested Cool

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 1:17 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

^^^ Sweet...you can still torture him! I like your baiting style. Well, or your baiting character's style. I absolutely hate this lad. He hasn't really done anything that major to warrant it such as bossing you around unnecessary or cussing you out etc. However, his quick and reasonably steady mannerisms when he delivers a lie to you could indicate that he may be successful as a scammer or has the potential to be. The format is comparatively believable for a lad and he is quick on his feet to smooth talk you through his lies. The last excuse as to why it was "OK" for him to contact the bank was pretty pathetic and nonsensical though.

Do you have a gut feeling as to whether the same lad is playing all the characters or if the banker is someone else? His insistence upon you telling the lad everything the bank said to you is a tad weird...even if they are really two people. Part of me thinks he is a good(ish) actor and is tricking you into believing that his multiple characters are different people. The other part thinks that there really are multiple lads but they are genuinely distrustful of each other.

Asking for $52K right out of the gate is pretty brazen. Starting points that high often come from formats that are straight up childish and ridiculous. Not always but amounts for the first round of AFF fees. I truly hope that this idiot never extracts a penny from a real victim.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 3:55 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Great baiting, those recordings are class, especially the last one - he went the distance on that one did he not Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 4:16 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

@bikeatl77
I think that there may be multiple lads but you could be right that he was just playing the distrust between me and the lawyer. But if I had to guess I would say there are multiple lads.
But the fee of $52000 really is quite high for a typical AFF. I am not sure if it's his plan to start with a high fee and then to lower it to a lower like the $800 for the account. Maybe he wants to gain trust Confused

@Claus Shaeve
Thank you. Yes the last call was great. In the second call you can actually here the vacant talk off the phone when he's on hold but sadly I can't hear what he is saying Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 5:10 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

^^^ my last reply was ninja'd so I hadn't seen the 2nd long post you put up this morning yet. I just read it and am leaning towards one lad. Alex and the lawyer threw similiarly worded hissy fits. Alex was also a smidge too complimentary of "the lawyer". It almost sounded like he was trying to flatter himself Wink At least now you have learned from "two" sources that a lawyer is definitely professional if he/she tells you that they are Rolling Eyes Their tunes really changed when the transfers started failing.

The lad lied on the hotline answers and told you via email that the call couldn't get through. The MG Hotline thread has a report where you can list the answers that he really gave with a big fat failed status if you want to call him out on his lies. Maybe he'll call again. Or your financial advisor Lenny that you keep around out of pity and for being so loyal for so many years would like to speak to one of them. I wonder if the MG receiver with initials M.E. is a different lad or maybe the real name of your lad (or at least one of them). Did you say where M.E. is supposed to live? The address is X'ed out for good reason and I don't remember the county referenced anywhere else. So technically you may be dealing with between 1-3 lads. How fun for you Laughing
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 6:18 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

No I have crossed the country out aswell from the address. On the details he gave me M.E. lives in the United Kingdom. But I promised to Mr. Peterson that I am going back to Money Gram tomorrow to see if I get a reference number for the transfer Razz

I have to think a bit about what I am going to do to keep him on track and to annoy him some more Twisted Evil

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