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The Nigerian Scammers are everywhere, they are in chat rooms, on My Space, Facebook, tagged.com, Twitter, and almost every internet dating website.
The way these con artists operate is under the guise of wanting a mature long-term relationship, that they are just “looking for love”.
This suggestion comes from Adam: I just wanted to notify you of a type of scam that is going on with some of the dating sites.
Basically, the scam is to get a guy to set up a Pay Pal account using a credit card.
The artist then explains that they are in another country (usually Africa: Nigeria or Mali, but England is also being used), and that they will not be returning to the States for another two weeks.
The artists may even send more pictures to the victim’s e-mail address to “legitimize” cooperation of starting a relationship.
They claim to be businessmen traveling to Nigeria for work related issues, or simply say they work in Nigeria.
(Some are getting smarter now and not even telling you it is Nigeria).
Victims were told that Henry Ford on his death had left millions of dollars to be distributed to the “common folks” who had supported his company by buying and using Ford cars, but that it was tied up by a series of corrupt government officials (reaching all the way to the Supreme Court!They seem well-educated, funny, caring, and pay you so much attention!Once they profess their love and you return it, they know they have you hooked and the money scam falls into place.Although it is embarrassing to admit, I believe this information will help others.
Sometimes the sad story includes a jewelry merchant selling diamonds and needing the Pay Pal account for their clients to deposit money in a secure American account that will yield a better profit for the jewelry company.
Although they profess to be American and born in the US, they are invariably working overseas in Africa (what a surprise) on construction projects that usually involve building churches or orphanages.