Sep 16, 2008


Another scammer:

Good Day,

Let me start by introducing myself, I am MR. FRANK SMITH OF STANDARD CHARTERED BANK Here in London. I am writing you this letter based on the latest development at my bank, which I will like to bring to your personal edification. I am writing you this letter with so much joy and excitement even though my heart goes out to the very powerful and distinguished gentleman who I was Fortunate to have worked for and extremely privileged to have known for numerous years. I am a top official in charge of client accounts in STANDARD CHARTERED BANK here in United Kingdom.

In 2001, my client was going through a horrendous divorce in the United States of America and was on the verge of losing most of his estate to his vicious and diabolical wife. As a result of this alarming predicament, my client came to me with a Very brilliant idea. He transferred some funds, Twenty million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars ($20.5m) to a fixed deposit account in my bank under an alias which only the two of us knew about as the confidentiality of the matter was necessary for his protection.

Due to his untimely death in early 2002, the funds have been sitting in the account ever since and will continue to do so unless we do something about it. This is where you come in. I located you through an agency that helps seek people by their email. My client did not declare any next of kin in his official papers including the paper work of his bank deposit. Against this backdrop, my suggestion to you is that I would like you as a foreigner to stand as the next of kin to our client so that you will be able to receive his funds. I want you to know that I have had everything planned out so that we can come out successful. I have contacted an attorney that will prepare the necessary document that will back you up as the next of kin to my client. All that is required from you at this stage is for you to provide me with your Full Names and Address so that the attorney can commence his job.

After you have been made the next of kin, the attorney will also file in for claims on your behalf and secure the necessary approval and letter of probate in your favor for the movement of the funds, you will open an online account with our bank and the funds will be transfer into the account. Then you can transfer the funds to your account in your country yourself. There is no risk involved at all in the matter as we are going adopt a legalized method and the attorney will prepare all the necessary documents.

The allocation of our money will be as follows: 30 %( $6.15m) to you for your part in this, 65% for me and my partners and 5% for any unforeseeable expenses we may incur. I think this is extremely fair, as you have nothing to lose but just a little time, while on the other hand I am staking my flawless reputation among other things. And besides $6.15 million is not a pocket change. Once you are approved, the entire transaction should take no longer than twelve business days after which we will go about our daily business, but just millions of dollars richer.

As you can see this is easier than taking candy from a baby, but mind you, trust is something that is developed over time and that is something that we do not have. So I have to let you know that it will highly unfeasible to try to run away with the money Because even though only you can transfer money in and out of your account, the Transfer can only be authorized by my department of which I happen to be the head.

So please, there should be no room for greed. I will be in charge of everything else. I will assume all responsibilities to my best of abilities. So you don't have to worry about any legal ramifications. Your Urgent response is highly anticipated so please get back to me for more details on this transaction as Soon as possible. This should be kept very secret and confidential.

I believe you know.

Kind Regards,
Frank Smith.


Anonymous said...

lol these people are very sad i received the e-mail today. so i thought i'd paste his name and came to this site.

good thing i did.

Anonymous said...

I did something better. I managed to convince him to send me a scan copy of his passport. And guess what, the details in the passport do not match his personal particulars. I was trained by the American, the British, the Australian and the Asia Pacific Government to detect fraudulent passport. So I know that his International Passport is a fake. Not forgetting the photograph. It is definitely someone else face.