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These schemes, known as “419,” “advance fee” and “Nigerian letter” scams seemingly have been around forever and are surprisingly effective at duping people.
But where in the world do these scammers get their distribution lists, and how did you become a target?
Stretching conspicuously across the middle of the site’s home page is a big green message to the site’s Nigerian clientele: “Don’t waste money/times/resources sending [Western Union or Moneygram], Use local deposit option.” The ad links to a page with a list of payment options, which shows that Nigerian customers can pay for their email lists by wiring the money directly from their bank accounts at several financial institutions in Lagos.
Buy further advises that, “Due to tremendously high rate of fraudulent payments we do not accept Credit Cards or Pay Pal.
If you buy in bulk, you can expect to pay about a penny per 1,000 addresses.
The next scam in your inbox may claim to have been sent by a banker or bureaucrat.
But, the sender probably got your name from a wholesale list-seller, and not from a trusted friend.
Scammers take advantage of people looking for romantic partners, often via dating websites, apps or social media by pretending to be prospective companions.
They play on emotional triggers to get you to provide money, gifts or personal details.