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Subject:  Attn: Contractor /Beneficiary/ Inheritance.
From:  "Mrs. Julie L. Williams"<>
Date:  Tue, 13 Jul 2010 04:05:13 -0700
Category:  Generic
Mrs. Julie L. Williams
Comptroller of the Currency
Administrator of National Banks
1025 Connecticut Avenue,
NW Suite 708 Washington,
DC Washington, DC 20219

Ref: OCC/US.GOVT/PMT071902

Attn: Contractor /Beneficiary/ Inheritance.

Following a fax received today and telex from The department of justice under Federal Reserve Bank 
of United States, We hereby
confirmed to you that, we at the Comptroller of the Currency Washington will advise you to STOP all 
further communications until
you receive the release pin code from Mr Goodluck Jonathan, As soon as we receive the pin code we 
will make direct wire transfer to your
account by Swift Telegraphic Transfer.

This Notice has been copied to our Computing System for dispatch to various Outlined Security 
Agencies if our instruction is neglected
after 48 hours. We owe no apology to any defaulter on the legal outcome and consequences emanating 
from this order after this Warning

Notice is received as we must abide with the Law of International Act on Monetary Related Matters 
Act of Maryland Law 2002 as amended 


Please, also confirm if you have authorized your attorney to change your banking particulars to the 
following particulars stated below:
Prudential Bank & Trust Co (Zamora Branch)Zamora Street, Pandacan, Manila, Philippines Bank FSD 
Account # 5068-1117-8 of Nabil Bahij
Jahas with Bank Also re-confirm your Contract Number, Contract Amount, Private Telephone and Fax 
number, your e-mail address, 

Office or home address, so that we can cross-check it with our file records.

We have decided to contact you because we suspected that somebody is trying to divert your money 
through the sworn affidavit of means, 

into a new different bank account. Already, their associates have requested us to place a cash call 
order in their favor on your behalf, but 

we discovered that your signature was forged.

Following our previous fax to presidency regarding your payment with our correspondence bank, we 
have sent you a notification to 

contact urgently Mr Goodluck Jonathan to obtain the REVENUE TRANSFER ORDER CERTIFICATE/CLEARANCE 

NUMBER which will enable us debit the account and make the necessary wire transfer of your funds 
into your account. All 

correspondence and contact will remain open until will receive instructions of REVENUE TRANSFER 

(USGT). We
expect your urgent confirmation of the release code.

Contact person, You are to forward the documents to us immediately if you have it with you, but if 
you don't have it, you are therefore
requested to contact the genuinely appointed Office of the Office of presidency Nigeria, 

Debt reconciliation committee
(DRC) (Dr. Goodluck Jonathan)
Private  Tel: +234-7026048412

Thank you and feel free to contact me by fax only as we do not entertain any phone / voice contacts 
please. To enable us release your
outstanding payment On-Hold / funds to your designated account.

Your urgent response concerning this transfer is highly anticipated,O.C.C remains communicated to 
our financial principals.

Thanks in anticipation,

Mrs. Julie L. Williams
Comptroller of the Currency

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This Email with the Subject "Attn: Contractor /Beneficiary/ Inheritance." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 13 Jul 2010 04:05:13 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam Email. The sender shows as "Mrs. Julie L. Williams"<>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.

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