Nigerian man, 6 others sentenced to prison for online fraud schemes

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Six U.S. citizens and a Nigerian national were sentenced Tuesday to federal prison for their roles in online fraud schemes that distributed more than $40 million in counterfeit checks using “mystery shopper” websites and work-from-home scams. The criminal enterprise was The…

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Nigerian 419 Scammers: From Princes to Hackers

We’ve all received at least one email from a Nigerian prince or businessman, offering us a huge sum of money. However, we know it’s fake and the mail is a scam. Now that we’ve understood their game, they have leveled […] For more information go to http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com, http://www. GregoryDEvans.com, http://www.LocatePC.net…

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Nigerian Scams Found To Have Israeli Origins

Nigerian email lottery scams created and executed by young Israelis have been conning elderly Americans out of millions of dollars for several years. The Jer… Read More…. View full post on Select From Our Menu

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The Brony Nigerian scam part 1

For those of you who aren’t aware, there are a group of people in Nigeria, Ghana, and most West African States that try to trick people out of their money, t… Read More…. View full post on Select From Our Menu

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419: The Nigerian Scam trailer

Director: Sorin Mihailovici movingimages.ca Every year, more than 50000 people fall victim to the Nigerian Scam. It usually starts with an e-mail about a business proposal or winning a lottery, followed by stories with tempting outcomes until the victims lifetime savings are lost. Read More…. View full post on

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