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Subject:  *Happy* Diwali
From:  "Mr.David Rowland"<>
Date:  Thu, 12 Nov 2015 21:27:04 -0800

You are viewing an Email identified as a Scam, It has the Subject "*Happy* Diwali" and it was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 12 Nov 2015 21:27:04 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam. The sender was "Mr.David Rowland"<>, although that address was probably spoofed. It is recommended that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you will expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

Natwest Bank Plc
PO Box 10720217
Strand London

Good Day,

I am David Rowland, an investment consultant working with Natwest Bank Plc London at their offshore 
department. I will be happy to work this deal out with you if you have a corporate or personal Bank 
Account and if you are capable to keep TOP SECRET. I need strong Assurance that you will never let 
me down, if I transfer this money to your account.

During one of our periodic auditing I discovered a dormant accounts with holding balance of 
(?42.759M GBP) {Forty Two Millon seven hundred an fifty Nine Thousand Great British Pounds only} 
Sometimes a person will open a bank account, deposit money, and then disappear into the tin air. 
Banks are not always able to find out what has become of these silent customers, or to know whether 
they should follow up on requests from people who claim to be heirs to the accounts.

The main problem is that the customer resides abroad and, due to bank secrecy, the bank cannot 
publish notices in the international press to locate the depositaries. This has led the majority of 
Swiss banks to refrain from opening small-deposit accounts for foreign customers; for fear that 
they will forget that the account exists.

It has happened in the past, however, that customers pass away and their heirs can neither prove 
the death, nor their heir ship.

This was a frequent occurrence during the wartime periods, and the banks have now set up a simple, 
rapid resolution procedure operating to their customers' advantage. Dormant assets are defined as 
any assets deposited with a bank (i.e. an account, a custody account or a safety-deposit box) for 
which there has been no contact with the customer in the bank's files for the last ten years or 

I am constrained to issue more details about this business until your response is received. If you 
know that you are capable to handle large or small amount on trust and can keep secret and ready to 
take 45% of any amount I transfer to your account from the dormant account and I will take 55%, 
send your account information's by return mail. Tell me more about yourself, while I look forward 
to receive the above information.

I want to re-assure you that this business is risk free and you can send an empty account to 
receive the funds, provided that the account is capable to receive incoming funds.

Look forward to discuss this opportunity further with you in detail. Please email me back on this 
mail address: < > Or provide me with your phone number for 
discussion of this transaction in further details.

Thank you for your time and attention.

Mr.David Rowland

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