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An article on Nigerian scams
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Hynek Palatin  Identity Verified
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Nov 11, 2005

For those who are interested, the Guardian has an article on Nigerian scams.

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Bianca AH  Identity Verified
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Giving Nigerians a bad name Nov 11, 2005

Wow, these scamsters really give Nigerians a bad name. It's a real problem in South Africa too. My brother was trying to raise money to move to China and decided to sell his super computer, only to have the *bank-guaranteed* cheque recieved from the kind Nigerian gentleman bounce a few days after depositing. Alas, another one of life's cruel lessons!

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More info on Phonebusters Nov 11, 2005

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