Natwest Bank Plc — fraud
I have received a message on 3/4/09 on mobile that you have won GBP-250000 in 2009(SHELL) INT'L Mobile draw. To claim your prize contact Mr.Davis via e-mail: email@example.com. Then they send a message that your money is transfer in Natwest Bank Plc., liverpool-UK, suite 08, Golden Exchange, Tel:+447045745743 Fax:+447005947044 .
Then, they send following form as follows:-
Your Two Hundred and FiftyThousand Great British Pounds (GBP-250, 000.00) has been deposited in our bank here for security, and you are to fill and forward this application below to the paying bank with this e-mail; firstname.lastname@example.org
This is to make your claims totally legal also to enable the bank release the fund and this process will not be acceptable after eight banking days.
(Contact: Mr. John.C.Charles)
THE DIRECTOR OPERATIONS AND FINANCE
NATWEST BANK PLC.
124 London Road
GB - Liverpool l3 5nl.
I write to lay claims over my winnings as was announced by the SPDC Mobile Center. I was made to understand that this fund was deposited in a temporary account at your Bank by the above mentioned Organization.
Below are my Personal Information;
My full name...
My Mobile Telephone #...
My Work Telephone #...
My E-mail address...
My Date of birth...
Payment Option/Prefered mode of payment:
1. Courier Delivery System of Payment...
2. Bank Telegraphic Wire Transfer...
For option 1. [Courier Delivery of Payment], Provide your full home/office address below;
For option 2. [Bank Telegraphic Wire Transfer], Provide your Banking details below with the bank
Your bank name...
Your bank address...
Your bank account #...
Your swift code; ...
Amount to be transfered...
I hope my application will be favourable granted by your reputable office.
Try to call the director of the bank as soon as you have submited your application with them.
Note: Any unclaimed prize will be returned to the treasury of SPDC Mobile Lottery Services. You are advised to keep your winning details strictly to yourself and not share it with any individual or firm to avoid confistication of your prize.
(a subsidiary of British-lottery Services)
Yours in service,
Then they send the bank account opening form. I reply for this form. In this my bank account number, my residential address is also included. After this they send message as follows:
Foreign Remittance Department
Natwest Bank Plc
Suite 08, Golden Exchange
New Hall Street Liverpool L3 9LQ
Attention: Mrs.Pushpa Ramanand Mhatre,
The remittance of your fund �250, 000.00, to your India bank account:
We have received the scan copy of your I.D proof, which you stated your Next of Kin to be Mr.Ramanand Gajanan Mhatre the details has been dully noted and your fund of �250, 000.00, is now ready to be transferred to your Bank account in India, and as you know that you have to open an account with us an account need to be open in your name here in our Bank to facilitate your transfer easier.
This is the reason why you filled the form which is called an opening of account form so you are required to pay the sum of which will be used to open a non indigene account here with your passport which you placed on the form, we will send you an Indian account which you will use in making the payment of the �115 (One Hundred and Fifteen Pounds) Equivalent to 8500 INR for the opeining of the None Idigene account.
You have to deposite the fee to our correspondent india agent account details:
Account Holder: Shinglai Shingchongam
Account No.: 022501527689
Bank Name: ICICI BANK
Branch: New Delhi
After depositing the fee endavour to send us the scan copy of the payment slip to commence on your transfer immediately.
If you have any problem do not fail to contact us immediatley on +447045745743.
Director General Natwest Bank plc
Please guide me.
Windows Live Messenger. Multitasking at its finest+447005947044, Then they send following form
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