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The Nigerian Nightmare – Who’s sending you all those scam e-mails? If you didn’t receive Oluwa’s electronic plea, maybe you were instead pitched by Dr.
He dropped you an e-mail, labeled “Strictly Confidential,” stating that he’s discovered a frozen account containing .5 million. Oluwa wants to snag the loot, but, for unfathomable reasons, he needs a foreign-based partner to act as an intermediary. Merely send along your “bank name, address, account number, swift code, ABA number (if any), beneficiary of account, telephone and fax numbers of bank.” Thirty percent of the booty shall eventually be yours.
Of that number, enough people fork over enough cash to sustain an industry that ranks in Nigeria’s top five.Or any number of women named Mariam who claim to be the widows of either the late Nigerian strongman Sani Abacha or the deceased Zairian dictator Mobutu Sese Seko.They need help tapping into some Swiss bank accounts.Not surprisingly, the number of 419 letters received by Americans has soared. government is so rankled by 419 spam that it’s given the Nigerian government an ultimatum: Do something about the problem by November or face economic sanctions.The Secret Service reported a 900 percent increase in the volume of Nigerian scam spam between 20. Although last year only 16 Americans claimed financial losses, totaling 5,000, that’s probably a fraction of the full amount.