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James Dimon, CEO – JPMorgan Chase Scam Email Alert

Written by Steve Rhode

An email is being sent out to consumers purporting to be from James Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase Bank. The email asks consumer to send $200 in order to receive $5 million dollars. It is a scam email. Don’t fall for it.

The email says:

From: “Mr. James Dimon CEO”
Date: May 10, 2012
Subject: Re: Confirm

Chase.com
From the Desk Of:
Mr. James Dimon CEO
JP Morgan Chase Bank
528 E. 42nd Drive City: Terre Haute
Date: 05/10/2012

Legitimate Entitled Owner Of: Usd$5,000.000.00

RE: ABSOLUTE LEGAL CERTIFICATION: FINAL CONFIRMABLE REMITTANCE

Thank your for your mail, regarding your mail, note that is very vital that you pay for the opening of account on your behalf as to enable us proceed.

To set up an Account There in Our Bank will Cost YOU Only $200.

Below is the Payment Information:

My information is: Larry Tomey
Address is: 528 E. 42nd Drive
City: Terre Haute
State: Indiana
Zip code: 47802
Amount: $200

NOTE: THAT ONCE THIS PAYMENT IS BEEN SETUP IN THE NEXT 24 HOURS YOUR ACCOUNT WITH JP MORGAN CHASE BANK WILL BE CREDITED WITH THE SUM OF USD $5,000.000.00 .ALSO BEAR IT IN MIND THAT THIS IS NOT A SCAM AND WILL NEVER BEEN A SCAM.

Thanks for your Co-operation.

Best Regards.

Mr. James Dimon CEO
JP Morgan Chase Bank
528 E. 42nd Drive City: Terre Haute
E-mail: [email protected]

The first thing I did was to lookup the address to see if it belonged to Chase Bank. It appears to be part of an apartment complex.

My favorite line of the email has to be, “ALSO BEAR IT IN MIND THAT THIS IS NOT A SCAM AND WILL NEVER BEEN A SCAM.” Yea, it’s a scam.

If you have had any experience with this program, please post your comments and feedback in the comments below.




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Steve Rhode

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8 Comments

  • Aug. 6, 2020 The email I received was in July, it was from Jamie Dimon. He said they had $10,500,000.00 in holding for me. Didn’t ask me to send any money. He only wanted me to confirm my full name, address, ph #,. I knew it was a scam, if I had ever done any business with them, they would have all my information already.

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