The famous scam in Nigeria, where somebody sent you an email that they are working at the bank and they director or somebody who are in a high position and they want you to clain as the next of a kin to a certain clients is now using the Banco de Oro to deceive victims. I just received an email coming from a certain MADAM. BELEN ALEJANDRINA and here's the content of the message sent to my inbox:


Good Day,

Let me start by introducing myself, I am MADAM. BELEN ALEJANDRINA, CREDIT ACCOUNTS OFFICER BANCO DE ORO UNIVERSAL BANK. I am writing you this letter based on the latest development at my bank, which I will like to bring to your personal edification. I am a top official in charge of client accounts in (EQUITABLE PCI BANK) which is now BANCO DE ORO UNIVERSAL BANK inside the Philippines the merger was late 2007. In 2001, my client was going through a horrendous divorce in the United States of America and was on the verge of losing most of his estate to his vicious and diabolical wife. As a result of this alarming predicament, my client came to me with a very brilliant idea. He transferred some funds, ten million two hundred thousand dollars ($10.2m) to a fixed deposit account in my bank under an alias which only the two of us knew about as the confidentiality of the matter was necessary for his protection.

Due to his untimely death in early 2002, the funds have been sitting in the account ever since and will continue to do so perpetually unless we do something about it. This is where you come in. I located you through an agency that helps seek people by their email. My client did not
declare any next of kin in his official papers including the paper work of his bank deposit. Against this backdrop, my suggestion to you is that I would like you as a foreigner to stand as the next of kin to our client so that you will be able to receive his funds. I want you to know that I have had everything planned out so that we can come out successful. I have contacted an attorney that will prepare the necessary document that will back you up as the next of kin to my client. All that is required from you at this stage is for you to provide me with your Full Names and Address and telephone number so that the attorney can commence his job.

The allocation of our money will be as follows: 30%($3.06m) to you for your part in this, 70% for me. Again, I will be in charge of everything else. I will assume all responsibilities for this endeavor so you don't have to worry about any legal ramifications, just what you will do
with all that money. Your urgent response is highly anticipated so please email me through this email address ( for more details on this transaction as soon as possible.This should be kept very secret and confidential.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Kind Regards,
Madam. Belen Alejandrina.
At first, I was interested because it is not the usual scam/spam email because now it is said that she is from the Philippines. But when I read along, I then found out that it was indeed the same scam we already know in Nigeria.

So, Be careful and don't be deceive with this email.
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Saturday, February 28, 2009 2:09:00 AM ×

Thankyou mate, that helps! I've just got the Email, and am planning on suing/having arested the sender for Fraud,and if I can gross enbazzlment (or whatever they call it). Sharplin

Congrats bro Thomas you got PERTAMAX...! hehehehe...