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Don't move out until we make a deal or my boys will kill you,‏

Old 24th Aug 2014, 08:57
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One has to laugh out loud at or conversely be very worried about a guy who writes "spare" as "spear".

Such ruthless spelling is a worry indeed!

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Old 24th Aug 2014, 13:46
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Why Nigeria? There are so many other countries in the world with similar economic/social situations; why are all these scammers coming out of Nigeria?
Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and a few Eastern European countries such as Moldova and Romania have more than their fair share of con artists, though non seem to be as prolific as the Nigerians

Nigerians smuggle drugs, commit credit card fraud and are involved in just about every internet scam there is, from befriending lonely people on internet dating sites and asking for money to blackmail, threats and promises of money transfers.

If only they could channel their energies into legitimate activities instead.
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Old 24th Aug 2014, 14:16
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If only they could channel their energies into legitimate activities instead.
You'd have better luck asking
a bear to go shit in a toilet.
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Old 24th Aug 2014, 15:19
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Lone Ranger,
PM sent.

Cheers.
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Old 24th Aug 2014, 15:40
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I had a gem today...

His Excellence the PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC
OF BENIN DR YAYI BONI. has Instructed this Department to send your funds
through western union money transfer for easier receive of your
inherited funds without any further delay. to avoid paying money to the
fraud stars that is going on through the global.
I'm wondering where I can meet some of these fraud stars. Benin, or "the global", I suppose.

It's quite a good exchange rate: I send him "only" $69 dollar and in return I will (not) receive my inheritance of $10.5M.000.

Keep it up, Capetonian!
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Old 24th Aug 2014, 15:56
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I had a nice Nigerian man email asking me to send him 100$ by Western Union and he promised me 1,000,000 US$.
I sent him the money and I received 1Million US $ within a week.
So it worked for me, you've gotta trust these Nigerian people you know.

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Old 24th Aug 2014, 19:21
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Madam moosp was brought up in Nigeria and informs me that nearly all the scammers are Ibo from the northern part. Ibo become one of Army Generals, nightclub bouncers or scam artists is her contention.

She refers to anything that looks a bit suspect such as a very cheap wine or a too good to be true offer as a 419, which I like as it has a ring to it. Even suspect people are given the moniker.
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Old 24th Aug 2014, 19:38
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419 is a floor cleaner in some countries .
The 419 in Africa has mystical ties.
When they use the term 419 are they using it in the same context that we might use skulduggery ?
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Old 24th Aug 2014, 21:40
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419 apparently has its origin in the number of the article of the Nigerian penal code which makes 'advance fee fraud' illegal. Farcical really.

No news today from my friend, at least there was none this morning when I last checked that email account.

D-day is tomorrow!
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Old 24th Aug 2014, 22:15
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Exciting news!

It seems that I have just won a BMW 7 series car and a check(?) for $500,000.

Or at least that's what the title of the email suggests. I wonder if I could get them to swap it for an M4 ? Anyway it's sitting in an e-mail folder entitled "spam"
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Old 25th Aug 2014, 01:12
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Cape, I think you should tell your friend that you could transfer some of the funds from the last scammers bank account that is trapped in Nigeria.
You should give him the proper details, sort of like a feeding on its self so to speak.


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Old 25th Aug 2014, 01:59
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One is greatly surprised that due to the tolerance levels of Westerners to Nigerian scammers being so extensive, that a large number of Nigerian internet cafes haven't been thoroughly bombed on a regular basis.

However, one of these days, one of these Nigerian scammers will scam an N'drangheta/Camorra/Mafia thug, and hopefully, a real hitman will arrive at his door.
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Old 25th Aug 2014, 09:36
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No news from my mate so far, so I've sent him a gentle poke with a stick.....

Monday is here, no news from you, clearly you're all talk and no walk. A pathetic little cowerd who just makes idyll threats.

My neighbour has gone into town to do the intanational bank transfer as you were too scared to get the money picked up, but we're waiting until we hear from you.

My priest said a mass for you yesterday, and you need to go to confession.

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Old 25th Aug 2014, 14:00
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He's replied .......

My boys are at work, and I went for other job given to me yesterday, so I am about to finish the job in next two hour, I hope we can finish our deal. so i wait for your response.

I am not going to threat you or make stupid words anymore, I got work to do here, Until the end of the day we ill complete our work, I have bad dreams yesterday, but I got go work to do here with another partner, just make the payment and forward the slip to my mail. Thanks
Hello

I know your English is not very good, but I don't understand: "Until the end of the day we ill complete our work". I thought you would compleat your work properly, and I am weighting to hear that you've done so. I think you may find your 'boys' have let you down, perhaps you should employ better boys, but I know it's hard to get the labour these days.

Now, what 'slip' do you want me to forward to your email? Please ex-plane this.

I am glad to see you are being a bit more polite now in your communickations with me. I expect if you had bad dreams it's because God is angry with you. I'll get the Priest to say more prayers for you.
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Old 25th Aug 2014, 14:42
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Thanks for the entertainment, cape1.

What glue do germans use?- Boche-stick
What glue do Africans use? Ibo-stick.



For those not familiar, the two best-known UK brands of contact-adhesive are Evo-stik and Bostick.
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Old 25th Aug 2014, 16:11
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The fake bank transfer is ready to go, but I'm going to make him sweat a bit for it ........

Well it seem's like you've waisted another day. Anyway my neighbour been down to the bank and they are ready with the transfer but they need your 'phone number and identity/passport document to verify for the transfer. You must scam it and send it by email, I don't understand what this is, probably you understand how to do it.

Get that done snappy like and you'll have the money. Then you can f*** off out of our lives.

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Old 25th Aug 2014, 19:49
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I feel like a kid again.....waiting for the next installment of a cartoon adventure.

Great work Capes....if that IS your real name......cue Dick Barton music........
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Old 25th Aug 2014, 22:02
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Surprisingly, I haven't heard from matey today, so either he's run out of filthy dirty Naira notes for the internet cafe, he's busy doing another 'job', or he's realised I'm winding him up. Oh....... and the day's nearly over and the 'boys' haven't turned up on my doorstep.
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Old 25th Aug 2014, 22:25
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Cape

If you ever meet him, chop him up and send the pieces back to his mates.

These people aren't poor, destitute, they are very well set up, live in nice houses all be it with mattresses on the floor,
drive nice cars and are as ruthless as hell !
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Old 25th Aug 2014, 22:53
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These people aren't poor, destitute, they are very well set up, live in nice houses all be it with mattresses on the floor, drive nice cars and are as ruthless as hell !
Not so sure about that. When I lived in Holland I gave some information to the Marechaussee (military police responsible for many areas of security including border control) which got a couple of groups of (mostly, but not exclusively) Nigerian scammers operating from internet cafes near my flat well and truly busted, and they were handled very gently indeed when they resisted arrest...... not! From what I saw and was told about those guys during the time of those operations, they were far from your description.

It may be very different in the case of those who live in Nigeria.

They are all evil loathsome scum, preying on the weak and gullible, and nothing is too bad for them.

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