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This guy is claiming to be the brother of the ousted Côte d'Ivoire leader, Laurent Gbagbo, and he wants your help transferring $85 million to your bank account, of which you would get to keep 30 percent. If such a sum were ever transferred to the U.S., of course, it would instantly be seen on the American Gestapo's, uh, I mean, the IRS's radar, and all of it would very likely be seized immediately. To see more of these obvious 419 scams, Click Here. There is also an ABC documentary which covers the 419 Nigerian scams, located Here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
Well looky who we have here, it's one of Mubarak's wives! Not! "She" says you will be "rewarded handsomely" for helping "her" move "their fortune" out of Egypt. I'll respond to "her" and see if I get anything back. If I do I'll post again. It's called "scambaiting," although I admit to not being very good at it. This is what we call "fun" LOL. This scam-mail is listed in this upper right corner of this page, and you can see lots more of them Here. There is also an ABC 419 Documentary available Here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
“Ms. Carman Lapointe” has surfaced again, apparently from a free e-mail address in Mongolia LOL. Yes, she really is the United Nations Under Secretary-General for Internal Oversight, information that’s available on Wikipedia. This isn’t from her, however, it’s just another scammer pretending to be yet another government official, attempting to gain your trust, which is what the Nigerian 419 Scams are all about. What I love about this one is that there have supposedly been a series of “complain” from the FBI and other Security agencies from Asia, Europe, Oceania and Antarctica. A "security agency" from Antarctica? Oh really! Lots more of these scam samples can be seen, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
Oh, let's see. These 419 scams can get kinda complicated. Certain "stalkholders" of the IMF and other international organizations have gotten together at the White House with the President in order to "set off all payments owed to foreign beneficiaries," and guess what! You're one of them! LOL! Click Here for more of these scam samples, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
This scammer doesn't even say which group he's with, if any, and yet he apparently has some sort of "working relationship" with the Nigerian government and its central bank LOL. All he wants you to pay attention to is that he has an $850,000 ATM card in your name, which does not exist, of course. In these 419 ATM Card Scams, I like to refer to the "ATM Card" as the "BS Card." For more of these scam samples, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter. Thank You.
A "Ms. R.B." claiming to represent the UN Secretary-General says an "agreement" was reached by other "world leaders" to "settle some African foreign debt," and they have "map" out USD$95 billion. Your name, of course, was submitted to her office, and you are to contact someone at a free e-mail address about how much you are not getting LOL. See more of these 419 UN scam samples by Clicking Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
This guy claims to represent the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation, which surprisingly enough, to most Americans anyway, is a real foundation. Click Here. He says he's "an aide to Gaddafi's son," who really is the Chairman of the foundation, and he simply wishes to convince you that he's on the "up & up." No, he's neither one, he's just another Nigerian 419 scammer. For some reason, he pointed out the foundation's profile on webgaza.net, which is not the official website. Click Here.
Webgaza, however, happens to be an amazing Palestinian resource about her people, and I do thank him for pointing it out. But he's still trying to steal from people who are likely financially struggling themselves.
The scammer claims his "boss instructed him to urgently look" for an "international investment partner" to "assist with the transfer and investment" of $41.6 million, which, of course, does not really exist. For more of these 419 scam samples, and an ABC Documentary video, Click Here, and Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you.
Many scammers love to pretend to be government officials in these 419 scams for some reason, trying to convince you that you have some money coming your way. Tell me, when's the last time you had millions of dollars delivered to your doorstep? This particular scammer is pretending to be the United Nations Secretary General, saying that nearly a billion dollars has been "made available to 27 nations, and 2 international organizations, to be 'distributed' to 370 'claimants,' and you are one of them." Oh, but there is a $350 "fee" to get your 1.5 million dollars, of course, and they will no doubt want you to pay by Western Union if you should ever contact them. If you pay them, you will never see the money again, and you will not get your $1.5 million, guaranteed. Do Not Try to Chase Them Down by flying over there unless you have a small army with you. People have been killed trying to get nonexistent money, after paying thousands in "fees." To see lots more of these "UN" scams, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
Here's another scammer, pretending to be "Ban Ki-Moon," Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN). He says "we've been having a meeting with the secretary to the UN." So I guess ol' Ban was having a meeting with himself LOL. It's another one of those scams that says the UN is going to "compensate" everyone, worldwide, who has ever been scammed. Um, hey buddy, I betcha didn't know that there's also a Secretary-General to the League of Arab States, didja? How about all the Arabs who have been "scammed"? You're gonna "compensate" them too, huh? More of these ridiculous scam samples can be seen Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
The NIgerian "Honorable Minister of Finance," under the "supervision" of the "United Nations," of course, has been "approved" to "reimburse" 5,000 Nigerian scam victims. After a "meeting of the minds" it was "resolved" that "funds" held by the Nigerian government should be "shipped" to "U.S. Customs" in Michigan, "just to make sure 'the funds' are being 'delivered' to the 'correct beneficiaries.'"
Man, what a load of crap. I never saw this one before ROFLMFAO. Just remember, these things are never, ever real; there is no money. No matter what they tell you, do not ever believe it. I cannot stress this strongly enough. For more samples of these little scams, Click Here.
My name is Gary, and I live in the Midwestern United States. This site is intended to expose the frauds and scams that are so pervasive on the internet, especially today. One hundred per- cent of the e-mails you get that promise you millions are never, ever real. They'll tell you they're "dying," trying to gain your sympathy. They're not dying, they're lying. Click Here for the "Dying" scams. Don't fall for it, and never send them any money, no matter what they tell you. Oh, and good luck hacking this website. It's got a nice strong password on it.