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Another form of this online scam is seek out potential buyers through auction sites.
The scammers then send them an email informing them that they can offer them the product the buyer is trying to buy on the auction site for less money.
My male friends in particular have narrowly escaped being victims of scams involving people from other countries (escape is thanks to the voice of reason-me-saying “There’s no way a woman that hot would be emailing you”).
I was so shock when I heard That My dad is not good and Been The Only child of My dad i think i need to see Him cos he’s the one left for me now .. A popular one recently has been “buyer dispute” from e Bay, since I have not used e Bay in about 3 years that was an obvious one for me to catch. Please never send any money to strangers, never login to any place through an email, always find the real bank online or login to e Bay or Paypal at their own websites. The internet is literally open to the entire world and there are many evil people waiting to prey on you and this latest personal scam is a new low of these disgusting crooks! Nigerian Letter Scam This is probably one of the best known online scams but it still manages to get people to part with their hard earned money.
To cut this short , I am On My way to Nigeria Probably In the next 8 – 12hrs cos I have book my plane . Most companies now accept these fake emails by forwarding them to “[email protected]—–” ebay, paypal, Citibank, whatever place you supposedly got the fake email from. Invariably you receive an e-mail, usually written in capital letters and starts out like this: “DEAR SIR/MADAM: I REPRESENT THE RECENTLY DEPOSED MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE FOR NIGERIA, WHO HAS EMBEZZLED 30 MILLION DOLLARS FROM HIS STARVING COUNTRYMEN AND NOW NEEDS TO GET IT OUT OF THE COUNTRY…” The letter says the scammers are seeking an accomplice who will transfer the funds into their account for a cut of the total–usually around 30 percent.
Well my, my the oldest scam in the book has moved itself to the personals. I recently put my profile up on Yahoo Personals and I had a few people who contacted me.
One person sent me his email and I emailed him at [email protected]( if any of you want to send nasty emails to this scammer, feel free.) I was very suspicious when the profile of this so called guy named “Randy Hall” was suddenly removed from Yahoo. I got an email back later that seemed a bit weird, especially when the guy did not talk about anything in his profile and was calling me “dear”.That is weird, my hackles were up and I was highly suspicious. In all their scammy emails (you won the lotto, bank fake email in dire need, I am a solicitor…etc..) they talk like some British Baron from the 19th Century!