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Could Your Distant Cousin Sue Be A Nigerian Scammer On Facebook or Google+?


Last year an independent movie by the name of Catfish hit select theaters across the country. While I will keep my opinions of the movie to myself the basic premise of the movie gave a new buzzword to the internet community: “Catfish.” Catfish is defined by as being “someone who pretends to be someone they’re not using Facebook or ... Read More »

    Online Scammers Pose as Police to Scam Victim, Again!

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    In a new cruel twist, scammers that have taken advantage of people and extracting money out of them online are going back after a second bit of the apple and posing as police in order to get more personal information out of the victim to scam them again. An article out of New Zealand reveled the way the scam plays ... Read More »

      Debt Settlement Scam Email

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      Floating around the internet is an email using debt settlement as the hook for the age old Nigerian 419 money scam. Be on the lookout for the following email. If you get one, let me know. From: “MR GOODLUCK JONATHAN” Reply-To: Subject: CONTRACT DEBT SETTLEMENT APPROVED Date: Sun, 27 Dec 2009 09:21:07 +0100 OFFICE OF VICE –PRESIDENT FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF ... Read More »

        Nigerian Email Con Artist Feels Bad After Conning Priest

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        An innocent Centralia priest has been caught up in an e-mail scam, which conned at least one of his friends out of $600. It all started with an urgent e-mail: A cry for help from a priest supposedly stuck in Africa, desperate for almost $3000 to cover hotel bills and plane fares. “I was not scamming people,” said Father James ... Read More »

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