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Standard Chartered Bank, London

Standard Chartered Bank (London) was referenced in several unsolicited emails that appear to be fraudulent or bogus.   Standard Chartered Bank is almost certainly not involved nor likely to approve the use of its name in the e-mails.  Scammers often use the names of legitimate banks, companies, governmental agencies and other organizations to make their claims seem legitimate.  This site contains a large collection of fraud and bogus emails that attempt to scam the recipient into sending money for non-existent fortunes, inheritances, cases of money, business partnerships, lottery winnings, etc.  Don't be fooled by official looking documents (e.g. phony governmental certificates, checks and passports) as scammers make a living forging these things.  If you get an e-mail that is similar to one in our collection, you should delete it.  Do not give out personal information such as bank account information or your social security number.  NEVER pay any fees of any kind.   If you are victimized by the fraud, there is not much that you can do. You may want to visit other sites to learn more.

Standard Chartered Bank, London

From: "Mr Rodney Chesson" <> To: Subject: urgent 

Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 18:47:29 +0100

Attention: Sir / Madam

RE: Organization of Petroleum Export Country (OPEC) 


I am Mr. Rodney Chesson, I work with a finance company here in the United Kingdom, Bills and Exchange at the Foreign Remittance & finance department,

Standard Chartered Bank, London.( One of our clients, DR. ROBERT DIMITRIS, who was before his death, an adviser to the Organization of Petroleum Export Country (OPEC), had several deposits lodged in our care as his fund managers. On his death five years ago, his heir (his wife) put up claims and my company paid off on the claims she submitted papers. Substantial volumes that can last ten lifetimes.However,his wife did not present papers for two prime deposits with total values: Eight million and five hundred thousand United States dollars (USD 8.5 million) paid in by DR. ROBERT DIMITRIS in different names and the deposits thousand United State Dollar are still intact.

I discovered that DR. ROBERT DIMITRIS did not declare any next of kin or relations in all official documents for those two prime deposits. They are term deposits and term has expired and no one will come again for the funds. Based on my position in this finance company, I have kept the facts of this case closely to myself alone. The reason I am contacting you is because I am quite certain you can stand in and claim these funds with my assistance. I have planned the operation well in line with our company's procedures and practice.

If you show interest by replying to this proposal, I will send to you further information on the planning and execution. Precisely however, what this requires is that you put in an application with a letter of probate, showing copy of the deposit document which I will forward to you. This will enable our finance company at any of our branch offices to recognize you as the next of kin to late DR. ROBERT DIMITRIS eligible to claim the funds. I will share sixty - thirty with you.

It is quite necessary that this is kept as confidential as possible for its successful completion within days.

I will be expecting your reply.

Best Regards,

Mr Rodney Chesson.

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