This is an interesting scam, which I've been receiving often this month at various info@ addresses, none of which belongs to a law firm. I wonder what the angle is? Perhaps you'll be asked for an upfront fee to take on their collections business.
The scammer uses three different email addresses, all from public services. Don't respond to such messages, just delete them.
From: "Qin Lee Wang" email@example.com
Date: February 11, 2010 2:25:52 PM PST
Subject: Legal Representation
The management of Dalian Leong Yang Trading Co. Ltd requires your legal representation for our North American delinquent Customers. We are of the opinion that a reputable attorney is required to represent us in North America in order for us to recover monies due to our organization by overseas customers, and as well follow up with these accounts. In order to achieve these objectives a good and reputable law firm like yours will be required to handle this service.
We understand that a proper Attorney Client agreement must be entered into by both parties.This will be done immediately we receive your letter of acceptance.Your questions regarding this proposal are welcome. Once more thank you for taking time from your busy Schedule to read this mail.
Qin Lee Wang
Dalian Leong Yang Trading Co. Ltd