We get kind of disappointed with these guys sometimes. They can't think of anything more original than the ancient "next-of-kin" scams that used to circulate in the postal mail and on fax machines before there was an internet. We picked this one because the "client's" name is so unusual. Qvortrup Sadou? Hmm. And yet that name apparently did show up in The Guardian article that's listed with this entry at "Urgency Needed" in the upper right hand column. Listen to "Whackhead" piss off a Nigerian scam artist in this video clip :o) Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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