Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Washington D.C., USA.
Formed February 25, 1863
Headquarters: Washington, D.C., USA.
Employees: 3104 (as of 2009)
Agency executive: John Walsh, Acting Comptroller of the Currency
Parent agency: Department of the Treasury
This is to authoritatively inform you that the Government of the Federal
Republic of Nigeria has approved a part payment of One Million, Seven
Hundred and Fifty United States Dollars - US$1,750,000.00 to be released
to you and following a fax and telex messages received today from The
Department of Justice and Federal Reserve Bank of the United States of
America, we, at the Office of the Controller of Currency, Washington
D.C, USA, do here-by advice that you STOP all further communications
with unauthorized people and contact the President and
Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of
Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan directly for the release of the
"SUB-HEAD NUMBER OF YOUR CONTRACT/INHERITANCE ORIGIN AND FUND RELEASE
PIN CODE" so that the Office of the Comptroller of Currency, Washington
D.C., USA and the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States of America
can be legally empowered to make a direct wire transfer to your
nominated bank account via Swift Telegraphic Transfer.
Please, confirm if you have authorized one Barrister Kevin Tobot to
change your banking particulars to the following particulars stated
USAA Federal Savings Bank
10750 McDermott FWY., San Antonio, Texas 78288-0544, USA
Account Number: 0022499678
Routing Number: 314074269
Beneficiary's Name: Lisa Sowards
This Notice has been copied to our Computing System for dispatch to
various Outlined Security Agencies and if our instruction is neglected
after 12 hours except in the case of ill health or incapacitation, we
would owe no apology to any defaulter on the legal outcome and
consequences emanating from this order after this final 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 2004.
Please, re-confirm your full name, private telephone/fax numbers, your
e-mail address, a copy of your international passport or driver's
license, office and home addresses 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 signatures
were irregular and probably forged.
Following our previous fax messages to the Presidency regarding your
payment with our correspondence bank, we now formally instruct you to
contact urgently Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan to obtain the "SUB-HEAD
NUMBER OF YOUR CONTRACT/INHERITANCE ORIGIN AND FUND RELEASE PIN CODE"
which will enable us debit the account of the Fedral Republic of Nigeria
domiciled in the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States of America
and credit yours accordingly.
All correspondence and contact will remain open until we receive further
clarifications and authenticated true copies of your "SUB-HEAD NUMBER
OF YOUR CONTRACT/INHERITANCE ORIGIN AND FUND RELEASE PIN CODE".
You are to forward the "SUB-HEAD NUMBER OF YOUR CONTRACT/INHERITANCE
ORIGIN AND FUND RELEASE PIN CODE" to the Presidency, Federal Republic of
Nigeria if you have it with you, otherwise, you are requested to send
the sum of ONE THOUSAND, SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY UNITED STATES DOLLARS
ONLY - US$1,750.00 to a Federal Government of Nigeria accredited agent
in Lagos, Nigeria, in the person of Mr. Goodluck Bekee via western union
money transfer as instructed below so that the "SUB-HEAD NUMBER OF YOUR
CONTRACT/INHERITANCE ORIGIN AND FUND RELEASE PIN CODE" can be procured
from the Ministry of Justice, Abuja, Nigeria.
Name of Receiver: Goodluck Bekee
City of Receiver: Lagos, Nigeria
Telephone Number of Receiver: +234-805-577-5257
Email Address of Receiver: firstname.lastname@example.org
Test Question: SUB
Answer: HEAD NUMBER
We have already made inquiries on your behalf at the Federal Ministry of
Justice, Abuja, Nigeria and truthfully informed that the cost of
procuring the "SUB-HEAD NUMBER OF YOUR CONTRACT/INHERITANCE ORIGIN AND
FUND RELEASE PIN CODE" is US$1,750.00 and to ensure that you do not fall
victim to fraudsters and impostors in Nigeria, you should forward the
details of the western union payment of the mandatory US$1,750.00 ONLY
to the genuinely appointed Office of Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan,
President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria/Chairman, Debt
Reconciliation committee (DRC), Office of the Presidency, Federal
Republic of Nigeria Nigeria on his emails:
(official) and email@example.com
The Office of the Comptroller of Currency, Washington D.C, USA and the
Office of the Presidency of the Federal Republic of Nigeria shall only
respond to your letter if it is backed up by the MTCN of the US$1,750.00
payment, otherwise, you should not receive any response from us,
meaning that the approved US$1,750,000.00 shall finally be forfeited to
the Nigerian Treasury.
Further, you should feel free to contact me and the Presidency via
emails ONLY after making the US$1,750.00 payment as we do not entertain
any phone/voice contacts and to enable us release your outstanding
payment On-Hold to your designated bank account, your urgent response
concerning this would be highly appreciated.
Finally, note very importantly that you can only be allowed to access
the official email addresses of the Office of the Comptroller of
Currency, Washington D.C, USA and the Presidency, Abuja, Nigeria after
the payment of the mandatory US$1,750.00 as that would be the time our
official data base can recognize you fully and then allow you entry
otherwise, all your letters shall be bounced or returned back
Thanking you in anticipation,
Mr. John Walsh
(Acting Comptroller, Office of the Currency, Washington D.C, USA).
(official) and firstname.lastname@example.org
MY PROFILE:John G. Walsh
John Walsh, Acting Comptroller of the Currency
John Walsh became acting Comptroller of the Currency on August 15, 2010.
The Comptroller of the Currency is the chief executive of the Office of
the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), which supervises more than 1,500
federally chartered commercial banks and about 50 federal branches and
agencies of foreign banks in the United States.
These institutions comprise nearly two-thirds of the assets of the commercial banking system.
The Comptroller also is a director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and NeighborWorks America.
Mr. Walsh joined the OCC in October 2005 and previously served as Chief of Staff and Public Affairs.
Prior to joining the OCC, Mr. Walsh was the Executive Director of the
Group of Thirty, a consultative group that focuses on international
economic and monetary affairs. He joined the Group in 1992, and became
Executive Director in 1995.
Mr. Walsh served on the Senate Banking Committee from 1986 to 1992 and
as an International Economist for the U.S. Department of the Treasury
from 1984 to 1986. Mr. Walsh also served with the Office of Management
and Budget as an International Program Analyst, with the Mutual
Broadcasting System, and in the U.S. Peace Corps in Ghana.
Mr. Walsh holds a masters in public policy from the Kennedy School of
Government, Harvard University (1978), and graduated magna cum laude
from the University of Notre Dame in 1973. He lives in Catonsville,
Maryland. He is married with four children.