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The Crime Clearance Center – is a fraud too!

One of our readers sent us an e-mail from an official sounding “Crime Clearance Center”. As I read this e-mail I just had to laugh out loud. This story is good! They write that they have caught and arrested a “scamartist” named Dr. Samuel Adebe. I googled the name and came up with at least two entries refering to him. The first one was a Guestbook...

A Princess, would you believe?

This story is the same as all the others, with the difference that the writer is supposed to an educated african princess … Just take a look at the grammer and you will see that the person is not all that educated. >From princess Geena Mensah Palace of King of cape-coast Kingdom,Gold Minning Community,Eastern Region, Ghana Alternative Email:princess_geena2000@yahoo.fr Dear Sir, I am Princess Geena, daughter...

An Orphan Donation or just cashing in again?

Running up to Christmas, you can always expect our “fraud friends” to come up with a story with a moral twist. The e-mail sender purports to be Elisabeth Ahmed. A Christian married to a Muslim. It looks as though they are using actual events (Margret Hassan, a CARE worker held hostage in Iraq) to make up their story. This poor woman has not only lost her husband, she also has cancer in the end stage!...

Here’s a new Story "Money for AIDS education"

It’s unbelievable what ideas are used to trawl for new victims. I received a notification that I have been awarded a cash grant of 1,2 mio USD to be used for, among other things, “mostly On educating people in provention of HIV/AIDS”. They are using as evidence of their honest intentions the “International HIV/AIDS Organisations” list from thebody.com webpage:...

Help, I need a guardian!

You certainly cannot fault the creativity of these people. They are coming up with new stories all the time. This one is quite interesting. It seems to be a spin off of the “new mining methods” which I posted at the beginning of the month. This time however, the main line is two african girls are looking for a guardian. They are quoted at being 18 and 20 years of age, so the neccessity of a guardian is...

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