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Thai Immigration nabs four alleged Nigerian scammers

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How foolish people can be still falling for these scams? 

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My uncle Cedric has had absolutely no luck at all in Nigeria. He has been killed seventeen times on the notorious Abuja bypass. Luckily for me, he made several wills which are made out to me, worth 35 million US Dollars. All I have to do is pay Reetup Yajacksie (a respectable banking chap) to facilitate the transfer of funds. Reetup is plainly very busy, because although I already forwarded ten grand into his account last January, he still hasn't had time to move the money.

 

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Mean while millions of Thai scammers and typing out and sending their latest email regarding a sick buffalo, a mother in hospital, dog that got ran over etc etc...

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7 hours ago, AhFarangJa said:

+1 Tonray, But I am still amazed at the number of people who still fall for these scams. As you say, lonely women, maybe, but as soon as a fee is requested from someone you never met should send alarm bells ringing.

By the way, if anyone wants to help. I am a young vibrant slim blonde girl who needs some funds to pay for my photoshoot portfolio.........:smile:

555 I hope you have a work permit for modeling. 

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7 hours ago, mikebell said:

A photo yet no pointing!  The names are useless - we need to see faces.  There's a hundren possibles round soi 5 & 7 Nana.

You won't see them there  - they've been arrested, and will be in jail for the next (_ _) years!  

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2 hours ago, tukkytuktuk said:

 

"I think you've all done very well!"

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2 hours ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

Yes, but these guys were obviously working without a proper work permit and engaging in an occupation that is legally reserved only for Thais!!! :sleep:

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I am a Nigerian but not a scammer. Just so you know. Not all Nigerians are scammers.

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18 hours ago, AhFarangJa said:

+1 Tonray, But I am still amazed at the number of people who still fall for these scams. As you say, lonely women, maybe, but as soon as a fee is requested from someone you never met should send alarm bells ringing.

By the way, if anyone wants to help. I am a young vibrant slim blonde girl who needs some funds to pay for my photoshoot portfolio.........:smile:

Not just lonely women.  Dim bulbs still falling for the windfall-cash scam (some govt official or lawyer has a huge fortune in your name, you just need to send some cash for admin fees, etc.).   There really, truly is one born every minute...

 

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Promises of love and money. A perfect hook for a loveless lady.


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On 7/17/2017 at 1:54 AM, captspectre said:

charlie tuna is aive and well!

 

on the skeleton coast

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