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Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com>

To: Enquiries Kent, careersfair@santander.co.uk,

Santander, santander@feedback.santander.co.uk, otp.informationdesk@icc-cpi.int,

Northkent, Central London DJSKEL

Thu, 24 Feb at 08:11


Dear Sirs


At 7.25 am this morning I received a text message from Santander Bank as follows:


Santander A/C ending 9612 went into Unarranged Overdraft on 2022-02-24. Payments could be refused if you don't pay enough money into your account.


I checked my Bank Account immediately and saw the following transactions, both of which are fraudulent. Cheque Serial Nos 108325 and 108326 are not even in my Cheque Book. I had received a similar text message from Santander Bank a few weeks ago and that time on checking my transactions no money had been diverted.


24/02/2022 PAYMENT BY CHEQUE WITH SERIAL NO 108325 £998.00 -£1,681.99

24/02/2022 PAYMENT BY CHEQUE WITH SERIAL NO 108326 £998.00 -£683.99


Kent Police would recall that in 2020, Santander Bank had played about with my Bank Account and embezzled money and frozen my account and it took an considerable period of time before the Accounts were restored to normal functioning: About | The Conservative Libertarian Society. A Woman Police Officer visited our house to question me if I had been acting fraudulently so that the Account was frozen and I could not do online Banking.


I telephoned Santander Bank to complain again at this continued harassment by telephoning the 'Report a Fraudulent Transaction (Tel 0800 9 123 9 123 123) at 7.45 am this morning but noone answered the Call.


Please bring this matter to the attention of PC Nicholls with regard to the attached communication: ToPCNicholls(KentPolice)ccIntCrimCrt(Appeal against my 5 hours of detention in Police Custody)21Feb2022.docx.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

ToPCNicholls(KentPolice)ccIntCrimCrt(Appeal against my 5 hours of detention in Police custody)21Feb2022.docx 13.2Kb:


Appeal against my 5 hours of detention in Police custody and on-going investigations of Stalking Harassment by me on Katrina Sale

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Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com>

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Paul Nichols PC 46015002

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Mon, 21 Feb at 08:34

To

PC Nichols

Kent Police


Dear Sir

According to my wife Kent Police had taken away our desktop computer, my USB Memory Stick and my Old Mobile phone at 8.30 am on the 24 of November 2021 with the information left with her that the materials taken would be returned to us in 3 months’ time with or without further investigation by Kent Police of the offences that it was investigating.


Further, I am given to understand that there is a procedure under which I can Appeal against my detention on the 24 of November 2021 from 10.15 am to 5.45 pm in the custody of North Kent Police Station and subsequent issue to me of the attached Notice from North Kent Police Station: NorthKentPoliceReleasewithoutBail.pdf.


With this email and bearing in mind that the three months have nearly elapsed with no charges being preferred by Kent Police against me, I wish to Appeal against the procedures that have been implemented by Kent Police against me.


I should be grateful if you would kindly update me as to whether this letter is the right way of instituting the Appeal and if Kent Police is found to be blameworthy of gross misconduct in the matter, what compensation could I expect from the Police Force together with the letter of apology.


Thank you for an immediate reply.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


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Shantanu Panigrahi


Thu, 24 Feb at 08:10


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Dear Sirs

At 7.25 am this morning I received a text message from Santander Bank as follows:

Santander A/C ending 9612 went into Unarranged Overdraft on 2022-02-24. Payments could be refused if you don't pay enough money into your account.

I checked my Bank Account immedeately and saw the following transactions, both of which are fraudulent. Cheque Serial Nos 108325 and 108326 are not even in my Cheque Book. I had received a similar text message from Santander Bank a few weeks ago and that time on checking my transactions no money had been diverted.


24/02/2022 PAYMENT BY CHEQUE WITH SERIAL NO 108325 £998.00 -£1,681.99

24/02/2022 PAYMENT BY CHEQUE WITH SERIAL NO 108326 £998.00 -£683.99


Kent Police would recall that in 2020, Santander Bank had played about with my Bank Account and embezzled money and frozen my account and it took an considerable period of time before the Accounts were restored to normal functioning: About | The Conservative Libertarian Society. A Woman Police Officer visited our house to question me if I had been acting fraudulently so that the Account was frozen and I could not do online Banking.


I teelehoned Santander Bank to complain again at this continued harassment by telephoning the 'Report a Fraudulent Transaction (Tel 0800 9 123 9 123 123) at 7.45 am this morning but noone answered the Call.


Please bring this matter to the attention of PC Nicholls with regard to the attached communication: ToPCNicholls(KentPolice)ccIntCrimCrt(Appeal againstmy 5 hours of detentionin Police Custody)21Feb2022.docx.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

ToPCNicholls(KentPolice)ccIntCrimCrt(Appeal against my 5 hours of detention in Police custody)21Feb2022.docx 12.4kB

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Dear Sirs


At 7.25 am this morning I received a text message from Santander Bank as follows:


Santander A/C ending 9612 went into Unarranged Overdraft on 2022-02-24. Payments could be refused if you don't pay enough money into your account.


I checked my Bank Account immedeately and saw the following transactions, both of which are fraudulent. Cheque Serial Nos 108325 and 108326 are not even in my Cheque Book. I had received a similar text message from Santander Bank a few weeks ago and that time on checking my transactions no money had been diverted.


24/02/2022 PAYMENT BY CHEQUE WITH SERIAL NO 108325 £998.00 -£1,681.99

24/02/2022 PAYMENT BY CHEQUE WITH SERIAL NO 108326 £998.00 -£683.99



Kent Police would recall that in 2020, Santander Bank had played about with my Bank Account and embezzled money and frozen my account and it took an considerable period of time before the Accounts were restored to normal functioning: About | The Conservative Libertarian Society. A Woman Police Officer visited our house to question me if I had been acting fraudulently so that the Account was frozen and I could not do online Banking.


I teelehoned Santander Bank to complain again at this continued harassment by telephoning the 'Report a Fraudulent Transaction (Tel 0800 9 123 9 123 123) at 7.45 am this morning but noone answered the Call.


Please bring this matter to the attention of PC Nicholls with regard to the attached communication: ToPCNicholls(KentPolice)ccIntCrimCrt(Appeal againstmy 5 hours of detentionin Police Custody)21Feb2022.docx.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

ToPCNicholls(KentPolice)ccIntCrimCrt(Appeal against my 5 hours of detention in Police custody)21Feb2022.docx 12.4kB

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Embezzlement of my Account funds at Santander


from: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

to: phishing@santander.co.uk

date: 24 Feb 2022, 08:56

subject: Embezzlement of my Account funds at Santander

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Dear Santander


Please refer to the following email that I received from you this morning at 7.29 am this morning in light of the attached: ToKentPoliceSantanderICCNorthKentMagistratesCenLonCtrCrt(SantanderEmbezzlement)24Feb2022.


I am demanding an immediate apology and substantial damages and compensation for the mental injury suffered by me. The amount should be in millions of pounds sterling.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


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This email is intended for MR SHANTANU PANIGRAHI, 9612

24 February 2022

Dear MR SHANTANU PANIGRAHI,

Your account is in an Unarranged Overdraft

Your Santander account ending 9612 went overdrawn without arrangement on 24/02/2022.

You won’t be charged any Unarranged Overdraft charges however if you have any payments due then they may not be paid.

We recommend you pay enough money into your account so that any payments can be paid. Until you pay money into your account, payments could be refused

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