Myspace lagos dating scams
Myspace lagos dating scams
By now, you all (should) know about 419 advance fee scammers from Nigeria.Despite regular claims of plans to crackdown on the scams, the Nigerian government had done very little.
That's starting to change, with new reports saying that about 500 people have been arrested with another 500 under investigation.
Indications are that the advance fee fraud grosses hundreds of millions of dollars annually and the losses are continuing to escalate.
The Nigerian Advance Fee Scheme (also known internationally as “4-1-9” fraud after the section of the Nigerian penal code which addresses fraud schemes) is generally targeted at small and medium sized businesses, as well as charities.
(B) YOUR PRIVATE TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBERS — FOR CONFIDENTIALITY AND EASY COMMUNICATION. ALTERNATIVELY WE WILL FURNISH YOU WITH THE TEXT OF WHAT TO TYPE INTO YOUR LETTER-HEADED PAPER, ALONG WITH A BREAKDOWN EXPLAINING, COMPREHENSIVELY WHAT WE REQUIRE OF YOU. This scam can be physically dangerous as well as dangerous to your finances.
THE BUSINESS WILL TAKE US THIRTY (30) WORKING DAYS TO ACCOMPLISH. Victims are almost always requested to travel to Nigeria or a border country to complete a transaction.
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[email protected] you I'm vivian johnson from miami beach florida am the first daughter of johnson park,am a graduate in oxford university under faculty of java but before my father die he advise me never to inheance into marriage thats why am searching for an honest,caring and lovely someone whom i will look into his eyes and felt love.........Victims are often told that a visa will not be necessary to enter the country.The Nigerian scam artists may then bribe airport officials to pass the victims through Immigration and Customs.The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers.The scammers are using their images without their knowledge or permission to deceive their victims and steal their money.Each fee paid is described as the very last fee required. Here is a sample of a letter a victim may receive: (Note: The letter that is sent is all in capital letters.) LAGOS, NIGERIA.