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African Advance Fee Scams Continue To Grow
The Nigerian Letter scam has been around longer than the internet. Now it includes all of Africa, with some of the most recent ones involving West Africa and South Africa.
In some of the more recent ones, fraud artists actually mimic legitimate banks and use identities that copy real people.
Here is a link on the latest news.
CBC is now reporting how one branch of the scam is now using a fake U.S. website - click here.
Date of Story: Wednesday, April 23, 2003
Story Posted By: Ron Reinhold
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