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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
中国工商银行总行

  • Rating:   Reviews: 19
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  • Address:  55 Fuxingmennei Dajie, Xicheng District, Beijing
    北京市西城区复兴门内大街55号
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  • Contact:  010 6610 6114,95588  
  • Opening hours:  9:00 am-5:30 pm (Mon.–Fri.)
  • Website:  http://www.gd.icbc.com.cn/ (Chinese)
  • Updated:  Jul 27, 2011
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Beijing Branch
Add: Tianyin Building, 2 Fuxingmen Nandajie, Beijing
Tel: 010-66410055

The Asian Games Sub-Branch
Add: 407 Huizhong Beili, Chaoyang District, Beijing.

Zhongguancun Sub-Branch
Add: 2 Xinxi Lu, Shangdi, Haidian District, Beijing.

Wangfujing Sub-Branch
Add: 237 Wangfujing Dajie, Dongcheng District, Beijing.

Dongcheng Sub-Branch
Add: 24 Dongsishitiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing.

Haidian Sub-Branch
Add: 100 Zhongguancun Donglu, Haidian District, Beijing.

Chaoyang Sub-Branch
Add: 1 Chaowai Dajie, Chaoyang District, Beijing.

Economic & Technological Development Zone Sub-Branch
Add: Bldg A, 12 Hongda Beilu, Economic & Technological Development Zone, Beijing.

West Railway Station Sub-Branch
Add: 3 Shenfang Courtyard, Haidian District, Beijing.

Reviews (19)

1

Laura

I am REALTOR in Orlando, Florida --- same scam. I thought it was, but nice to have it confirmed. Thanks everyone for posting! (name was Kin Hung)

2

Lindsay Perry

I just - literally 15 minutes ago got the same reply from. I am a REALTOR in Texas. Same ID# exact same verbiage in the email!! SCAM!!!

3

Gisèle Auger

I am a realtor in Blainville, Quebec. I recieved he same request to purchase revenues property with the following words:
"I have been to the area last year and liked the location. Understand that I and my wife are OK with pictures and information we have seen so far as we would like to initiate the purchase process from China before we arrive in Canada before the end of next month.
This for we would not like to lose the property.
I am in China at the moment and hope to be in Canada next month.
The revenues property would be a cash buy as I have attached a scanned copy of my bank statement for your reference.
I would like to settle an up front deposit of $15,000 and close middle July.
.....etc"
Mr Cheung provided a copy of his passport with photo ID and a copy of his bank statement with the Customer Id number 119901.
If you, the bank, require this to either confirm this person is legitimate or a fraud please contact me with an email.
We had an accepted promise to purchase and he had accepted to make a non refundable deposit of $15,000, but after the promise to purchase was accepted, he required a name of a lawyer to do the wire transfer which I provided to him, but he never communicate with the lawyer and never did the wire transfer.
If you need any information, please call me at 514-703-4159.
Be very careful.

4

Nancy

Please see post at Bank of China. This man is also using this bank too, with ID number 119901.

5

HJ

My broker also received an identical cash offer (with a $15k deposit) for a property in Ontario from Kin Hang Cheung. The scammer even signed and returned an Agreement of Purchase.

6

Denis Juneau

I am a realtor in St-Eustache, Quebec. I received the same e-mail as Mr. Joseph Marovitch from the same person and with the same down payment.

7

Judy

My realtor has also received a similar request to buy our property in Ontario, with virtually the same wording. I am thankful for finding this info after googling Chueng's name. My question is, "What is the bank doing about this?"

8

Joseph Marovitch

I am a realtor in Montreal, Quebec. I recieved he same request to purchase property with the following words:
"I have been to the area last year and liked the location. Understand that I and my wife are OK with pictures and information we have seen so far as we would like to initiate the purchase process from China before we arrive USA before the end of next month.
This for we would not like to lose the property.
I am in China at the moment and hope to be in USA next month.
The home would be a cash buy as I have attached a scanned copy of my bank statement for your reference.
I would like to settle an up front deposit of $15,000 and close early June.
.....etc"
Mr Cheung provided a copy of his passport with photo ID and a copy of his bank statement with the Customer Id number 119901.
If you, the bank, require this to either confirm this person is legitimate or a fraud please contact me with an email.

9

Barry

I am a Realtor in Atlantic Canada and received the same from Kin Hang Cheung on May 15. After googling his name I did not reply.

10

Rebecca

He tried to get us, too. We have a house in DE listed on Owners.com. The email we received is EXACTLY the same as Sarah J's in #11. We were to the point where we were going to send him a contract to complete and give him our account # to wire $ to (making sure he couldn't get any from us). The bank told me to beware of The $30,000 Scam, where someone "accidentally" wires $30K instead of $15K, and then asks you to wire the $15K back, thereby acquiring access to your bank account. So glad I did a Google search on this guy!!

11

chris

I am a Realtor in Ontario, Canada.
I have received several emails from Kin Hang Cheung in the past week, all inquiring about a 42 acre property that I have listed, that he and his wife apparently want to buy. The last email was exactly, word for word, the same as the one sent to Sarah J. in Arkansas., and included a copy of his bank statement. Obviously this is a scam.....but what is he gaining? has anyone else sent any money?

12

Jared

Same thing here in Eugene Oregon. Yu Lin contact me with same message wanting to buy a high end campus home. Same bank statement with same customer ID#. This one came in through Zillow.

13

Sarah J

I am a Realtor in Arkansas and have received and email from 'kin hang cheung' email address: khang.cheung@gmail.com, Here is the email this person sent.
I have been to the area last year and liked the location. Understand that I and my wife are OK with pictures and information we have seen so far as we would like to initiate the purchase process from China before we arrive USA before the end of next month.
This for we would not like to lose the property.
I am in China at the moment and hope to be in USA next month.
The home would be a cash buy as I have attached a scanned copy of my bank statement for your reference.
My contact information is
Address: Flat (some address i will not disclose) CHAOYANG DISTRICT,BEIJING,CHINA
Telephone: 86 (some numbers)
I would like to settle an up front deposit of $15,000 and close early June.
Kindly get back to me with the next step in accord.
Regards,

Kin Hang Cheung

14

Regina

I am a Realtor in Hawaii. I too received an e-mail yesterday by a man named Mark Lee stating he wanted to purchase my listing he saw on Trulia, He scanned and attached a bank statement from the Bank of China and it has the Customer ID # 119901. Thanks to all of you for your postings. I will block him from responding to me. His e-mail reflected was marklee1914@gmail.com

15

Reen

I am A REALTOR in SW MIchigan. All of the above comments appear to relate to circumstances that are occurring here from the same customer ID number and same name with bank statement attached, with unusual requests related to a CASH purchase of real estate in Michigan. The attorney I contacted sent me this link and it has certainly raised our skepticism and awareness to the probable and potential fraud obviously being attempted in many places. If we all report and share our concerns perhaps we can assist in putting a stop to unkind and unwelcome confusion and distractions as it relates to selling property. A true CASH buyer is happy to deposit a hard wire CASH transfer to a Title Company and does not request "attorney escrows" with stock broker assistances. A buyer with questionable terms and requests certainly is a "buyer" to beware of.
I am grateful that others have posted here and I would hope that the banking institution in question (Bank of China Don Cheng, etc) is making efforts to find and stop this from occurring further. I will report and pursue further this situation to others and the authorities and encourage others affected to do the same. Spread the word folks, BEWARE and question question question!

16

Steph

I have been emailed by Mr. Lin as well for Michigan properties. Have bank statement with the ID #119901. Looking for higher end listings to purchase.

17

John

I have an inquiry from a client by the name of Mark lin (his email states his name is spelled LYNN, unlike his bank account)
He states he knows the area and he and his wife are wanting to purchase one of my listings valued at 1,200,000. Please confirm him as
his ID is 119901
Is he a legitimate client of your bank?
John

18

max

my wife is a Realtor in Atlanta. She got a mail from a person stating to buy a home etc etc same cust. ID 119901. Same thing like with Lisa and Jeri.
Was happend? did this person ask for an account or more (fraud).
Pls permit email or tel contact with Lisa and Jeri to prevent more upcoming problems
thanks
Max

19

Jeri

I am a real estate agent in Northern Idaho and have been contacted by a buyer claiming he has funds to complete a CASH purchase. He has sent me a bank statement which I would like to confirm with the bank is an active and true account, but I can not find an email contact only phone numbers. Please let me know customer ID # 119901. I am currently corresponding with this person by email.

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