How Can I NOT love a scammer... LOL


diver-hloc

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Just go this on the last day of 2012...

International Monetary Fund Compensation Unit,

In Affiliation With World Bank.

Address Fund, 1900 Pennsylvania

Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20431

Our Ref: IMF/USA/00111



Attention Beneficiary,



How are you today? Hope all is well with you and the family? You may not understand why this mail came to you. We have been having a meeting for the past 3 months which ended yesterday with the Director and secretary to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). This email is to all the people that have been scammed in any part of the world, the International Monetary Fund has agreed to compensate them with the sum of US$2,500,000.00 each and you have to indicate how much you lost in the hand of scammers.

These include every foreign contractors, Inheritance, Dating and Lottery payment that have not received their Lottery/Inheritance payment and people that have had an unfinished transaction or international Lottery payment that failed due to Government policies etc. We found your name in our list and that is why we are contacting you, this have been agreed upon and have been signed.

You are advised to contact Mr. Mark Phillips who is in charge of your payment through our paying center as he is our representative. Therefore you are advice to send to him the following for claim.



1. FULL NAME:.

2. PRESENT ADDRESS:.

3. TELEPHONE NUMBER:.

4. AGE:

Person to Contact: Mr. Mark Phillips.

Email: markphillips600@rocketmail.com

Tel: +234 8026545745

Thanks and God bless you and your family.

Regards,

Christine Lagarde

IMF Managing Director.


Never known IMF Managing Direction, Christine Lagarde is free to write to a nobody like me... LOL :bsmilie:
 

Zichar

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Whatever you do, don't contact them.
Fortune favors the patient.
Wait for the World Bank.
They're offering me US$3,000,000.
 

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Those Four-One-Niner Scammers are hardly dumb, most operate in a highly efficient and sophisticated networks of complex hierarchy employing some of the brightest talents. It takes a lot of abilities to keep a scam going on for decades toeing on the thin thread of believability and pure ludicrous thus automatically filtering out their potential victims. When the Interpol busted one such organisation, amongst the ranks are many experienced master's graduates in social sciences (communication studies, economics, law, psychology) along with computer / software engineers and statisticians hardly the backyard and basement dwelling thugs in some third world slums that many are led to believe.

For those whom are interested, here is an analysis on the Four-One-Niner Scammers' modus operandi from a mathematics perspective, an excellent study for those learning in similar fields of subjects.

Why do Nigerian Scammers Say They are from Nigeria?
 

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hanzohattori

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Just go this on the last day of 2012...
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Never known IMF Managing Direction, Christine Lagarde is free to write to a nobody like me... LOL :bsmilie:
If you are as free as her, you can write to Mr Phillips for fun :bsmilie:
 

ricohflex

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Mark Phillips is the name of Princess Anne's former husband. They fished that out from some where.

Statistically, they mass send this by the millions and 1 out of a million will somehow be stupid enough to believe it.

That is why they keep sending the crap.
 

Ah Pao

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Those Four-One-Niner Scammers are hardly dumb, most operate in a highly efficient and sophisticated networks of complex hierarchy employing some of the brightest talents. It takes a lot of abilities to keep a scam going on for decades toeing on the thin thread of believability and pure ludicrous thus automatically filtering out their potential victims. When the Interpol busted one such organisation, amongst the ranks are many experienced master's graduates in social sciences (communication studies, economics, law, psychology) along with computer / software engineers and statisticians hardly the backyard and basement dwelling thugs in some third world slums that many are led to believe.

For those whom are interested, here is an analysis on the Four-One-Niner Scammers' modus operandi from a mathematics perspective, an excellent study for those learning in similar fields of subjects.

Why do Nigerian Scammers Say They are from Nigeria?
The Interpol should recruit a team of scam baiters to put these scammers out of business, if the research article is credible and the maths works out. If the number of false positives increases, the scammers will be wasting time and resources biting the baits and at the same time the hit-rate of real victims be further decreased.

But alas, stupidity (and greed) knows no bounds, and there are 7 billion (and growing) people on this planet. All they need is a few "goldmines" to buy into the scam.
 

Rashkae

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The Interpol should recruit a team of scam baiters to put these scammers out of business, if the research article is credible and the maths works out. If the number of false positives increases, the scammers will be wasting time and resources biting the baits and at the same time the hit-rate of real victims be further decreased.

But alas, stupidity (and greed) knows no bounds, and there are 7 billion (and growing) people on this planet. All they need is a few "goldmines" to buy into the scam.
What can Interpol do when there is no law against it in Nigeria?
 

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What can Interpol do when there is no law against it in Nigeria?
One of the Transnational Organized Crime (TOC) organisation (those that have their hands in almost every single illicit enterprises) that Interpol launched a crack down operation against was located in the Eastern Bloc. In fact the majority of Four-One-Niner Scammers are traced to the US and UK.
 

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