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If you are new to this game and need to know what scambaiting is all about, please click on the 419 FAQ link at the top of the page. Do not be fooled into thinking scammers operate from a specific part of the world.See also Baiting Tips for information on getting started on this great cyber-sport We encourage everyone to contribute to this site and the good cause of scambaiting by joining in the fun on the FORUM where you can meet new friends and seek expert help, tips and advice on anti-scamming. Advance fee fraud scammers are a world-wide menace, and they operate from every continent. And we start with a carol commemorating that most heroic bait by The Monsignor, titled...25-80, but usually they search for middle-aged ladies - They have weird usernames containing "4real" or "4luv" - They say they are "God fearing" and search for "God fearing" - They always claim they are honest and caring, and their username often contain the words "honest" and "care" - Their first names are also weird, like Martins, Williams, Kevins, Waynes, etc...(instead of Martin, William, Kevin, Wayne) - The women names are often misspelled, like Jenifer instead of Jennifer, Ashly instead of Ashley, or Marry instead of Mary.
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Have you sold an item and are asked to accept a payment larger than the item amount? Well, put simply, you enter into a dialogue with scammers, simply to waste their time and resources.
Whilst you are doing this, you will be helping to keep the scammers away from real potential victims and screwing around with the minds of deserving thieves.
" From internet cafes all over west African countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal etc scammers are zeroing in on their prey - singles looking for love online. The Nigerians call them 'maghas' which is slang for gullible white people.
The scammers spend their day trolling the dating sites and chat rooms for contact emails, and then send off thousands of fraudulent letters and emails awaiting the victim's replies.
They can jam the computer network or give control, as far as I know. On the 16th, Oscar sent me a piggy with a 16-digit account number that looked suspiciously like a credit card number.