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Money offering consisting of: (a) a piece of card resembling a bank card that reads, "THE BANK OF HELL," with the image of a bearded man, text in Chinese and English as well as a card number printed in black on a green geometric patterned background with a black border; (b) a "BANK OF HELL" bankbook with a red cover that has gold leaf text in English and Chinese on the front and the image of a building printed in black on the reverse; (c) a "BANK OF HELL" cheque book with a yellow cover and an image of a bearded man as well as English and Chinese text printed in black on the front with fake cheques inside that have a red and white geometric background. The three items come in a plastic wrapper with a price tag.

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