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Subject:  RE: Transfer Notification Guarantee. frm Oceanic Bank International Plc
From:  Jethro Gabayno <>
Date:  Thu, 14 Sep 2006 20:13:09 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "RE: Transfer Notification Guarantee. frm Oceanic Bank International Plc" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 14 Sep 2006 20:13:09 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was Jethro Gabayno <>, although it may have been spoofed.

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Date:  13/09/2006
To:     Mr Jethro R Gabayno
         <*xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Philippines.

RE:     Transfer Notification Guarantee.

This letter shall serve as your notification that (Oceanic Bank International Plc) will honor/guarantee transfer of U.S. Funds, as instructed by (United Kingdom National Lottery Programme) up to the amount of (USD$250,000.00), the next banking day upon the receipt of our banking transfer requirement of USD$740.00.

We do hereby give this guarantee letter to Mr Jethro R Gabayno , of Philippines, the United Kingdom Lottery Winner of $250,000 (Two Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars) With Ticket No: 644 79543465 B44 with the Oceanic Bank International Plc.
I also guarantee that this funds transfer is of true origin and legal, there is no doubt about that. I am assuring you Mr Jethro R Gabayno , that after you have made the payment of US$740.00 (Seven Hundred and Forty Dollars Only) being the Transfer Requirement Charges of your prize money, our paying bank (OCEANIC BANK PLC), NIGERIA will transfer your prize money into your provided bank account without any further delay.

Be informed that we are not permitted to deduct any charges from the principal amount to be transferred. This rules is binding by both parties because of the nature of the fund to be transferred and the instruction placed on it which says, DO NOT FRAGMENT FUND, that is to say that your prize money is En-grossly bounded.

Finally, the Oceanic Bank International Plc, should be held responsible in case of any default from our own side, Mr Jethro R Gabayno ,  is free to take any action against me/my bank.

                          HOW TO MAKE THE PAYMENT                                 

All payment should be done through our Western Union Money Transfer  Protocol Officer, with the payment information below:
Receiver's Name: Williams Ojinmah
Address:  Lagos, Nigeria
Text Question: What Color?
Text Answer: Red
Amount Expected: $740 Dollars

               INFORMATION NEEDED AFTER PAYMENT                              

Sender's Name:..................

Sender's Address:...............

Money Control Number(MTCN):..............

Amount Send:...................

Scan Copy of Payment:.................

Chief Dr. (Mrs.) Cecilia Ibru
Managing Director/CEO
Oceanic Bank Internationa Plc.
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NOTE: heres the letter frm Oceanic Bank International confirming me that i won a $250,000.00 thru my email. I just want to confirm from your office if this is true or genuine.
thank you for the help you will give to me..
More Power! and God Bless!!
Mr. Jethro Gabayno

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