A scammer assumes the identity of "David Zhou," a "Chinese bank manager." Maybe David's real and maybe he isn't. The scammer isn't him, and if he has two nickels to rub together, they were both stolen LOL.
The "next-of-kin" scam never changes. Someone rich died, left no heirs and no will, and now they need "help" getting the money. In this variety, a "Wo Welhan" was apparently arrested and executed by the Chinese government, and there's a Wikipedia article to back it up. The scammers usually use something more credible such as the BBC. Don't be fooled, though, there's never any money. More next-of-kin scam samples are Here.
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