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419 fraud

Post by LonelyGuy » May 27th, 2012, 2:30 am

I posted this in the general forum before I knew about this one, so I am reposting it here.

I recently got a private message from Miss Becca (becca22) saying she saw my posts and wan wanted to become friends. Out of curiosity I emailed her at and got a reply that was almost a verbatim cut-and-paste message from a scam expose' that I found online. If you would like to see how this scam works and read a very entertaining scam-baiting series of emails go here. http://breakfastwithscammers.blogspot.c ... vella.html In any case be very careful with any girls from South Africa (especially with the last name Biane) seeking friendship or more. If you want to learn more about this scam (called 419 fraud because of a special Nigerian law, Section 419, designed to combat this type of fraud) check these websites. ... p?t=167277 Fore-warned is fore-armed.

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