Another Scam: Chevron Email

I have called up Chevron House personally and was able to confirm that this is a SCAM. Please be aware that you should not respond in any way to this type of email. I am reproducing this below:

From: Richardson, Alan R. []
Sent: Thu 3/20/2008 12:04 AM
To: undisclosed-recipients

Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company,
Chevron House,
30 Raffles Place,
Singapore 048622.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Goodday to You and Compliment Of the Season. My name Is Mrs Diana Lee and I am the Company’s Secretary Of Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company In Singapore (ASIA DISTRICT).

Please, If this Email Address Is For You, I wish to Congratulate You and Inform You that Your Urgent Attention Is Needed at Our Branch Office In the United Kingdom as We Have Good News For You. I Advise You Contact The Officer Incharge Within the Next 24hrs to Get the News Of this Life Transforming Offer Coming to You From this Great Company.

Do Contact the Officer-incharge With the Information

Dr Sean Newton

Understand that We are Not Disclosing the Good News via This Email, For Security Reason as the Information to Be Given to You are Vital and Sensitive and Will Be Explained in Details Soon as You Contact the Officer With the Above Information.

I want to Congratulate You In Advance and Please Do Not Forget to Help the Poor In the Society When Chevron Texaco Makes You a Benefitiary Of there World Of Wealth.

Yours Faithfully,
Diana Lee (Mrs)
For the Chief
Executive Officer (CEO),
Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company,
Singapore, Asia.