Off topic: Nigerian scams once more...
Thread poster: Nina Khmielnitzky
Funny thing happened today: I got simultaneously 2 Nigerian scams... from the same scammer. One was offering me only 10M$ and the other one 45$M. I'm not stupid, I'll take the biggest one!
Just for fun, I wrote back and I told the 10$M author that I got a similar offer of 45$M and that he could keep his lousy 10$M.
Of course, I sent those to phonebusters.ca
Anyways, I found this site with a list of emails from known scammers:
| Don't write back to these scammers || Jan 28, 2006 |
Be safe. These are criminals. The people at 419eater.com for example, only write to nigerian scammers through fake email addresses.
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| Agree with David || Jan 28, 2006 |
Never respond to any spam or scam, you're only verifying your e-mail address that way and likely to increase the junk you'll be sent.
I report scam attempts to the authorities of the country I'm in. If everyone did that, it might help curb the problem.
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