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Claiming Funds as Beneficiary in Hong Kong and Beijing

Yahoo/Sent Shan Panigrahi

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Thu, 19 Mar at 13:55

To

The Chinese Embassy in London

For the attention of the following:

For visa and legalization affairs, please contact Chinese Visa Application Service Centre Tel:020-77767888 Fax:020-77106001 E-mail: ukcentre@visaforchina.org Homepage:http://www.visaforchina.org/ For Chinese passport and notarization affairs, please contact Consular section of Chinese Embassy Tel:020-76367737 E-mail: zj_uk@mfa.gov.cn Political Affairs: political_uk@mfa.gov.cn Policy Research: policy_uk@mfa.gov.cn Press and Public Affairs: press_uk@mfa.gov.cn Defence Affairs: defence_chn@yahoo.co.uk Econonomic and Commercial Affairs: GB@mofcom.gov.cn Science and Technology Affairs: chinaukscience@163.com Education and Overseas Chinese Students Affairs: jiaoyuchu@edu-chineseembassy-uk.org Cultural Affairs: ukoffice@chinaculture.org

Dear Sir/Madam I need to go to Beijing and HongKong urgently to claim my possible inheritence as a beneficiary of funds invested by Mr John Panigrahi, as shown in the attached: FrAishuYong(HongKong)19Mar2020.docx.

Please let me know if there are any restrictions on me to travel to these regions of China as a passport holder and citizen of the United Kingdom and if I require a visa, or if possible a Chinese or Hong Kong passport may be issued to me for cultural dialogue purposes.

I thank you for an urgent reply, in advance.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham Kent ME8 0SL

Tel 07967789619

 

FrAishuYong(HongKong)19Mar2020.docx 13.4kB

From: aishuyong@gmail.com 07/03/2020

To

Mr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Gillingham ME8 0SL

Dear Mr Panigrahi

My name is Ai Yong. I am Manager at CTBC Bank here in Hong Kong. I hoping this meet you in good health. This letter is posted on my behalf by a friend who is travelling to United Kingdom. I contact you regarding the funds of a deceased client with surname of Panigrahi under our management. Please I ask that you keep the information in this letter confidential between both of us as I contact you independently and no one know of my communication to you.

In 2004, a client by name of Mr John Panigrahi set up investment account wth our private banking division. He had portfolio of $11 million USD when he invested. In 2005, he instructed that the initial sum ($11M) be liquidated because he making an investment requiring cash payment in Beijing. We contacted a specialist bank on the mainland; Shengjing Bank, who agreed to receive this money and make cash available to Mr John Panigrahi. However, Shengjing Bank communicated last year that this money has not been claimed. On enquiry, I found out that Mr John passed away in Jiangxi. He has no next of kin and the reason I am writing you is because you have the same surname.

I have access and control to this file so that what I plan is that I insert documents that make you the beneficiary of these funds. Shengjing Bank will have to contact you because you are the legal beneficiary. On verification, which will be the details I make available to CTBC, Shengjing Bank will be instructed to makepayments to you.

Please trust me, this is 100% achievable.What I proposing is that we split the money 50/50. The alternative is that the money will go to the government. Nobody gets hurt in this deal, this is a very good opportunity for us. I would like us to have communication by my above and email.

Please I am a family man and I have take risk to contact you but I know in life you have to take any available chance to succeed. If we can be in agreement, we should act quick on this. Please get back to me as soon possible.

I await reply, many thank you

Ai

20 March 2020 Update:

Claiming Funds as Beneficiary in Hong Kong and Beijing2

Yahoo/Inbox Thu, 19 Mar at 13:55

Ai Yong

To:Shan Panigrahi Fri, 20 Mar at 14:48

Dear friend, I hoping you are well, I will say the important issue. Shengjing Bank got in touch with us last year that this funds have been unclaimed and I saw the opportunity when I noticed that there was no next of kin in the bio data form of Mr John . I then pay a heir tracer to locate and help me get contact details of someone with the same last name with Mr John and hoping it would be one of good repute. He then give me your name and that was how I contacted you.

I believe that the whole process take about 2-3 weeks for the funds to be transferred to you. At present I have exclusive access to Mr John's file. I will be instructing a solicitor here to prepare documentation in your name. This will then be put in his bank record file and presented to CTBC board, where i work. It will then be approved and authorization given to Shengjing Bank to make payment to you.

I must point out to you that there is no wrong on your part. At the end of the day it is Shengjing Bank that will be contacting you to inform you that money has been left for you. You are not contacting the bank so you are doing absolutely nothing wrong or taking any risk. The only person who could have disputed this is dead. You must understand that there must be serious confidentiality about this deal.

As soon as CTBC has gone through all formalities, they will instruct Shengjing bank to make payments to you. Please you can reach me on my email or tel/00 85281931408, You can call to me at any time. I will be speaking to you when necessary as this is precaution.

Please confirm your full names, telephone and occupation as I need as confirmation to insert into Mr John 's file so i don't make mistake in any spelling. My friend please let us be discrete and keep this deal between both of us and you do not have to telling the embassy how this deal came, as we both make one of the most fruitful steps of our lives and please never disclose to the bank that i am in contact with you. Please get back to me as soon possible, many thank you Ai

On Thu, Mar 19, 2020 at 1:55 PM Shan Panigrahi wrote:

To The Chinese Embassy in London For the attention of the following: For visa and legalization affairs, please contact Chinese Visa Application Service Centre Tel:020-77767888 Fax:020-77106001 E-mail: ukcentre@visaforchina.org Homepage:http://www.visaforchina.org/ For Chinese passport and notarization affairs, please contact Consular section of Chinese Embassy Tel:020-76367737 E-mail: zj_uk@mfa.gov.cn Political Affairs: political_uk@mfa.gov.cn Policy Research: policy_uk@mfa.gov.cn Press and Public Affairs: press_uk@mfa.gov.cn Defence Affairs: defence_chn@yahoo.co.uk Econonomic and Commercial Affairs: GB@mofcom.gov.cn Science and Technology Affairs: chinaukscience@163.com Education and Overseas Chinese Students Affairs: jiaoyuchu@edu-chineseembassy-uk.org Cultural Affairs: ukoffice@chinaculture.org

Dear Sir/Madam

I need to go to Beijing and HongKong urgently to claim my possible inheritence as a beneficiary of funds invested by Mr John Panigrahi, as shown in the attached: FrAishuYong(HongKong)19Mar2020.docx.

Please let me know if there are any restrictions on me to travel to these regions of China as a passport holder and citizen of the United Kingdom and if I require a visa, or if possible a Chinese or Hong Kong passport may be issued to me for cultural dialogue purposes.

I thank you for an urgent reply, in advance.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel 07967789619