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Bank Transfer Blues - Real Conversations With A Yahoo Boy by cheddarking(m): 8:50am On Nov 14, 2012
Bank Transfer Blues
Another bank scam with a dormant account but this one has a very humorous twist!

It seems that this idiot gets transferred from his bank (First Bank of Nigeria) to a totally different bank (Oceanic Bank) that has
nothing to do with the first. Of course, he wasn’t aware that he was transferred even though it turns out that he is the CEO of Oceanic Bank!


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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.
Attn: Beneficiary,
NOTIFICATION FOR RELEASE OF $9.5M

This letter is written to you in order to change your life from today. I am Rev. John Aboh the new director,
international remittance department of this bank, my boss Mr. Jacob M Ajekigbe, The MD/CEO of this bank is
now on compulsory leave and all power has been vested on me to make all international
payment....Furthermore due to allegations of corrupt practice against other Nigeria Banks, the Federal
Government of Nigeria has appointed this bank to effect all foreign overdue payment.
Be informed that the Federal Government have Approved the release of $9.5M which have been in this bank
for many years UNCLAIMED. Our Boss in collaboration with the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria have
refuse to tell you the truth on how to claim your fund, this is because they has been using the interest
accumulated from your fund every year to enrich themselves without your knowledge. I want to help you
POOL OUT this fund to your Bank account today using the easiest and quickest method which has not been
known to you before.
By this method a Domiciliary Account will be opened for you. A domiciliary account is a secure account which
we will be opened for you in our Bank and Credit your payment of $9.5M for further credit into your account,
the essence of this Domiciliary account is to secure and protect your payment from being diverted by
fraudulent people or making payment to a foreign account which do not belong to you, the greatest
advantage is that you can instruct us to credit your nominated account bit by bit with small amount thereby
saving yourself from the embarrassment of Financial Authority in your country who monitor large transfer due
to current trend of terrorist. Another beauty of the domiciliary account is that you can retain the balance left
in your account in our Bank and can also instruct us to pay out money to any bank of your choice in the world,
or issue you an ATM Card which you can use in any part of the world when on a business trip.
I hope you now understand the advantages of a Domiciliary account and why you need this account to receive
your payment of $9.5M now in our Bank. You are advice to forward as a matter of urgent your direct
telephone and Fax number and your contact address as we have started the process of opening the account
for you. All that is require of you is to Activate the newly opened Domiciliary Account with a minimum of
$85usd in line with Provisions of Section (TWO) 2 Sub Section (iia) of Banks and Financial Act of 2001 which
state that all Non Resident Account otherwise known as Domiciliary must be activated to make the account
operational, while Sub Section (iib) do NOT permit any Bank official from making deduction from the payment
to be deposited in the domiciliary account, which is $9.5M in your own case.
I will issue you payment release code which must be given to you personally on telephone strictly for security
reason. This code is very important and is what you will use to confirm your payment, therefore you are to call
me on telephone through +2348034381050.
Yours faithfully,
Rev. John Aboh.
Director International Remittance FIRST BANK PLC.

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Hello Rev. John;

I received this email and I must say that I don't quite understand it. I have never done business in Africa, so
this money could not possibly be mine. You may want to amend your records to reflect this. Thank you very
much.

Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.
Hello Dearest Friend,

All what this is about is $9.5M which has been in our bank as an UNCLAIMED cash and now we need you to
help us POOL this money out. Therefore, all you will need to do right now is to make the $85 payment which is
for the activation of this account below which is still inactive. We also will urge you to send me your passport
photography and a scanned copy of your driver’s licenses or a scanned copy of your international passport so
we can document your records in our system. We will also like you to make the payment for the activation of
the account opened for you and after 72 hours of confirmation of your payment the said amount will reflect in
your account.
Your account have been Provided like i have informed you in my previous email, this account would remain
dormant until its been activated, below is your Domiciliary account information:
Account Name: Debbie Dawson.
Account Number: 7732882992111
Routine Number: 245436
Swift Code: FBN537238U
This account is still inactive until its been activated, as soon as this account is activated, you will receive a
transfer slip for confirmation, as we would like you to provide me with your Bank information so that the
funds can be transferred without any further delay.
So send these details to us immediately. Remember you are expected to make just $85 payment via Western
Union Money Transfer through our account officer with these details.

Receiver name: Chime Umendu
Address: Lagos Nigeria
Text: What for?
Answer: First Bank.

However, once the payment is made, send me the MTCN and also the sender’s information should be sent to
me, once that is done and the confirmation of the payment is made I will send you your payment slip and you
can await your payment within the next 72hrs.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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Why don’t you go ahead and make the $85.00 payment for me? That would be mighty white of you.
That’s a good chap…

Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.

Hello Dearest Friend,
I just got your mail and I respect your immediate response to my mails. I will like to use to medium to notify
you on the essence of you making the ACTIVATION FEE yourself. You’re to make the payment yourself so that
we can document the receipt of payment in order to identify the fact that you accepted the account opened
on your behalf.
Secondly, we need you to make the payment so as to help us through the easiest way to transfer the funds.
Given that if we decide to transfer the fund directly into your account it will cost you more money because of
the transfer fee which is $4,550, but once you make this ACTIVATION FEE ($85) payment and we confirm the
payment details after you must have sent it to me we will then transfer the funds into your domiciliary
account and a transfer code will be given you. That code is what you will use to transfer your funds yourself.
You are also requird to make the payment through this detail immediately.

Receiver name: Achi Chukwuemeka
Address: Lagos Nigeria
Text: What for?
Answer: Whippoorwill.

Therefore, it’s very necessary that you make the payment yourself and get back to me immediately with the
payment details. I also need you to send me your direct telephone number.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc!!!!
NB: My mobile line will be open for any discussion if eventually you want to talk to me personally i would be
glad to render any form of assistance that would be needed. +234803‐4381‐050
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If you make the $85 payment for me, when the money gets transferred into my account I will pay you
$1,000.00.
Do we have a deal?
Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.
Hello Dearest Friend,
I got your mail and after some many meetings with the board of directors, we then decided to help you with
the ACCOUNT ACTIVATION FEE. We however expect you to send to us the following details immediately
without any further delay.
1, your contact telephone number
2, your contact house address (for courier delivery)
3, you’re banking details with bank’s full address and your account details.
All these are very necessary because we have just activated the account which we opened for you here in our
bank and we will need you to send the above mentioned details to enable the funds be transferred directly
into your personal account without any transfer fee been demanded.
We will need these details so as to enable us write out your CONFIRMATION TRANSFER SLIP which is the
document which you bank is going to use to credit your account with them. I hope to hear from you ASAP.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc!!!!
NB: My mobile line will be open for any discussion if eventually you want to talk to me personally i would be
glad to render any form of assistance that would be needed. +234803‐4381‐050
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Thank you for making this payment for me, that was mighty white of you. I didn’t think you were capable of
such a generous act – my apologies.

Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.
Dear Sir,
I have sent some mails to your mailbox and I am still waiting for your replies with respect to my mails. I need
you to get back to me ASAP. Thank you very much.
Remain Blessed

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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I called the bank to speak with you and they told me that there was no one by the name of Rev. John Aboh
that works there and that there is no such position as Director of International Remittance.
What is going on here?
Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.
Hello Dearest Friend,
I got your mail and I will like to ask you again WHO DID YOU CALL AND WHAT IS THE NAME OF THAT PERSON
WHO IS AGAINST YOU COLLECTING THIS FUND AND HAVING TO KEEP YOUR PERCENTAGE?
I will urge you to send me your passport photography and a scanned copy of your driver’s licenses or a
scanned copy of your international passport so we can document your records in our system. We will also like
you to send to us the banking detail as requested earlier so we can prepare your TRANSFER CONFIRMATION
SLIP immediately without further delays.
I will also like you to send me the name of that our staff who you claim you spoke with and the telephone
number which you claim you called as well because since on the 5th of November someone has been trying to
claim such a contract and we have tried to locate when we contacted him and who contacted him but up till
now no traces.
So send these details to us immediately.

Remain Blessed.
Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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I looked on the website for the telephone number to the First Bank of Nigeria.
Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.
Hello Dearest Friend,
I got your mail and frankly i must tell you the truth which is THERE IS ONLY ONE JOHN ABOH in first bank.
There must be a mix up some where.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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This is who I called and they said there was no Rev. John Aboh there.
FirstBank Head Office :
Samuel Asabia House 35, Marina
Lagos, Nigeria
Phone:
+23419052326
Phone :
0700 347782668228
Email:
firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.

Dearest Friend,
I got your mail and I have just checked it out and it just did not pen out so please let us see how we can work
out this transaction and besides you were not supposed to have called any other number order than what I
gave you.
Have you ever hard of INTERNET SCAM? You can just get scammed for making such a call and please you just
have to trust and believe me when I tell you the truth. All that is required of you is to active the account which
we have opened for you hear in our bank and send to us your banking details for the direct wire of the funds
into your designated account.
In acceptance to this offer a mode of payment will be sent to you in receipt of your mail.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc!!!!
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The number I called and the address I gave you was from their Official Website. How could I have talked to
one of those low‐life scammers if I called the number from the website?

Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.

TO: Debbie,
I got your mail and I confirm the website it’s ours but the numbers are not ours. I just want you to be very
careful so you don’t get scammed by these internet fraud stars. All that is required of you is just to activate the
account opened for you and you will be given further instruction on what to do next as regards how your bank
will do the transfers for you.
Make your activation fee through this details and the send to me your banking details such as NAME OF BANK,
ADDRESS OF BANK, YOUR ACCOUNT DETAILS. And we shall effect your transfers immediately. All you’re to pay
at the western union centre is just $85 and as soon as the MTCN get to our account officer here we will
activate your account.
Note That the activation of your domiciliary account will cost you $85.00 made payable via Western Union
Money Transfer, you are however, required to make your payment through this western union details of one
of our account officers and then send the payment details to me immediately:

Receiver name: Achi Chukwuemeka.
Address: Lagos Nigeria
Text: What for?
Answer: Whippoorwill.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
NB: My mobile line will be open for any discussion if eventually you want to talk to me personally i would be
glad to render any form of assistance that would be needed. +234803‐4381‐050
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So you want me to believe that the website is yours but it has a scammer’s telephone number on it? Is that
right? How on Earth did that happen?
Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.

Dear Sir/Madam
i got your mail and like i told you people can scam other through the net and i will not allow you to get
scammed through our web page. the number is not our number and you can easily get scammed through it by
someone who is trying to be a first bank staff.
i will like you to disregard the fact that you called that number and someone told you whatever the person
told you which i believe is not true. i am sending you a mail below which has some scam content, an identity
card and a website. to some people they may think and believe it's true but it's not.
i just urge you to at least make the activation fee which is all that is required from you and you will have to
believe what you see.

Remain Blessed.
Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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What I don’t understand is how the scammer’s number is on your website? How did this happen? Please
explain this to me.
Debbie
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i got your mail and like i told you people can scam other people and it is called hacking when they do this like
put phone number on our website. This is not our phone number if you want to call use the number that I give
you in email not from website.

Remain Blessed.
Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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Okay, my next question is that if you are aware that the number on your official website is a scammer’s phone
number, and someone hacked your website to put it there, why haven’t you taken it off yet? It is still there.
You have known that it is a scammer’s phone number on your website for 5 days now and just left it up there?
What is wrong with you? Do you realize how many people this idiot could be scamming by now? You could be
sued for this you know? People thinking that it is the official number giving out their personal information and
account numbers and you just go on “business as usual”. Did you tell anyone? Did you tell your webmaster or
IT guy? I can’t believe you are this stupid…

Debbie
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i got your mail I reported it to our internet department but you must know that these things takes time and
will be fixed after the know about the problem. I don’t like you to call me stupid and I will not stand for name
calling or insults. I am a professional banker and will not stand up for any of this you must get the activations
fees sent to my office as we have no time left and would not want to miss this opptunity so please hurry and
no more delay or questions

Remain Blessed.
Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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Are you kidding me? How long does it take to change a phone number on a website, you freaking slowpoke?
Thank God I don’t bank there. This has to be the most incompetent bank on Earth. So anyways, what is this
about the fees? How much is it? Did you pay the one I told you too?

Debbie
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I paid the $85.00 fee as you said but there is still the $4550 transfer fee so that the money will be tranfered to
you designated bank account. You need to pay this to get the transfer code for you funds. That code is what
you will use to transfer your funds yourself. You are also requird to make the payment through this detail
immediately through Western Union.

Receiver name: Achi Chukwuemeka
Address: Lagos Nigeria
Text: What for?
Answer: Whippoorwill.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
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Before we get into the fees again, I need to clear this up. So you want me to believe that the website is yours
but it has a scammer’s telephone number on it? I am asking this because the number is still there on the
website after 7 days?
Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.

I got your mail and please I we like to use this medium to tell you that I am not a scammer I am just a man of
God who needs your help.
Just make the activation fee that’s all that is required of you.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc
NB: My mobile line will be open for any discussion if eventually you want to talk to me personally i would be
glad to render any form of assistance that would be needed. +234803‐4381‐050
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Then why when I call them, they say they don’t know who you are?

Debbie
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.

I checked out all you have said and it all appears to be true I am now with Oceanic bank plc Lagos Nigeria. My
transfer letter just came in last week Thursday. So we have transferred every detail and the said $9.5 million
dollars to my new bank.
I will like you to go and confirm it yourself and then get back to me ASAP.

Remain Blessed.
Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance
First Bank of Nigeria Plc


Oh my god, can you believe this! The reason why when I call that no one has heard of him is because he was
transferred last week to Oceanic Bank? Can you believe this fool just said that?

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How were you able to transfer the money to Oceanic Bank? You told me the account was inactive, and you
needed me to activate the account at First Bank of Nigeria, now all of a sudden, you easily transfer the money
to Oceanic Bank without any help? How is this possible? What do you need me for if you can transfer money
that easily?

Debbie
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Lagos Corporate Office
Plot 270 Ozumba Mbadiwe,
Victoria Island,
Lagos.
I got your mail and let me remind you that the money has not been transfer I was the one that was transferred
but I still have access to the paper works with regards to the money. All that is required of you now is to send
to me you’re banking details because I have activated the account for you.
Send to me your BANK NAME, BANK ADDRESS AND YOUR ACCOUNTING DETAILS.

Remain Blessed.
Rev. John Aboh
MD/CEO Oceanic Bank Plc
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Did you read your last email when you wrote it? Here is what you wrote;
I checked out all you have said and it all appears to be true I am now with Oceanic bank plc Lagos Nigeria.
My transfer letter just came in last week Thursday. So we have transferred every detail and the said $9.5
million dollars to my new bank.

Notice, I underlined the part where you said you transferred the money to your new bank. Are you confused?

Debbie
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Lagos Corporate Office
Plot 270 Ozumba Mbadiwe,
Victoria Island,
Lagos.

I got your mail and let me remind you that the money has not been transfer I was the one that was transferred
but I still have access to the paper works with regards to the money. All that is required of you now is to send
to me you’re banking details because I have activated the account for you.
Send to me your BANK NAME, BANK ADDRESS AND YOUR ACCOUNTING DETAILS.
Remain Blessed.

Rev. John Aboh
MD/CEO Oceanic Bank Plc
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So, when you said that you transferred the money to the new bank, you were just kidding or lying or
something? Or perhaps, you didn’t read what you were typing? I noticed under your name, you say you are
the CEO of Oceanic Bank PLC. Is this correct? How is it that you didn’t know you were getting transferred if you
are the CEO? I also wasn’t aware that a bank could “transfer” a person to a totally different bank that has
nothing to do with each other – live and learn, I guess. Anyways, here’s my banking information, let me know
what else needs to be done.

FirstMerit Bank
727 N Main St
Akron, OH 44310
(330) 761‐0120
Account# ‐ 4304568292
Routing# ‐ 041311555
Account Name – Deborah Dawson
Thanks,

Debbie Dawson

I am trying my hardest to keep this alive, but it is getting harder and harder not to make fun of his stupidity!
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FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
HEAD OFFICE SAMUEL ASABIA HOUSE
35 MARINA LAGOS NIGERIA.

Hello,
We need you to send to us your banking details only that are: YOUR BANK NAME, BANK ADDRESS AND YOUR
PERSONAL DETAILS.
Remain Blessed.

Error! Filename not specified.
Rev. John Aboh,
Director International Remittance

This fool sends this email with the First Bank of Nigeria header…Jeez!
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Are you back working for First Bank of Nigeria now I thought you got transferred? Or maybe you just drove
to the wrong place again? Remember, you are the CEO of the company, so it would be a good example to your
employees if you could remember what your bank’s name is and where it is located. I realize that it may be
difficult, because in your world a bank the transfer you without even telling you and promote you from
International Remittance Director to CEO. Who knows, next week you may get transferred and become the
Chairman of General Motors? Wouldn’t that be neat?

Debbie
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I really wanted to lay into this slowpoke when the time was right, but it has been a few days and no response.
Maybe he has re‐read my emails I realized how much fun I was having at his expense? You think so? Me
neither – this fool is way too stupid to understand something that simple!

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Re: Bank Transfer Blues - Real Conversations With A Yahoo Boy by zaibatsu(m): 12:33pm On Nov 14, 2012
I find the idiot's stupidity insulting. Who knows, he might just claim he's Steve Jobs next. Tell you he needs your account details at the pearly gates.

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Re: Bank Transfer Blues - Real Conversations With A Yahoo Boy by yuzedo: 6:39pm On Nov 15, 2012
**real tears** grin grin grin

I'll copy and paste my own experience when I get to work 2moro! grin
Re: Bank Transfer Blues - Real Conversations With A Yahoo Boy by Batam(m): 5:43pm On Nov 16, 2012
Very funny cool cool cool cool cool cool
Re: Bank Transfer Blues - Real Conversations With A Yahoo Boy by klevotino: 10:59am On Feb 28, 2017
Re: Bank Transfer Blues - Real Conversations With A Yahoo Boy by acevic: 12:14pm On Feb 28, 2017
Lol. That dude is dumb.

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