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MensagemAssunto: Scammers- mas afinal quem são?   Ter Ago 24, 2010 5:38 am

Bom dia pessoal
Resolvi postar um texto em ingles para deixar claro que scammers são pessoas pertencentes a uma organização. Mais do que um perfil falso eles tem uma super estrutura que visa financiar o terrorismo entre tribos africanas bem como o terrorismo internacional.
Não se engane- o dinheiro não fica com quem está conversando ou lhe enviando a mensagem. é mais assustador do que se imagina.
O dinheiro financia o TERRORISMO...
Por isso mesmo temos que combatê-los, mas com muito cuidado
É uma Mafia, e como tal, estão em todos os Países, inclusive no Brasil
Se voces tiverem um tempinho por gentileza traduzam esse texto e visite sites como: www.419eater.com romancescam,scamalert4u,scamwarners.
Espero realmente ter colaborado.

SCAMMERS

Scammers are mostly black guys from African countries like Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, and Kenya. They make profiles with the pictures of innocent models and write romantic emails to European, North American, and Asian women .

They win your trust after few months, you fall in love with them and start considering them as your future husband. They give you a phone number which starts with 44 (UK) followed by 70 and then few digits. That connects to Lagos, Nigeria. All women think 44 is the country code for UK so they start trusting the man after talking to him on the phone.

Then suddenly the story takes the tragic swing. Your would be husband informs you that he was robbed and assaulted in Nigeria during a business trip. The robbers took his wallet that included all his credit cards, cash, and phone book. He was wounded and brought to hospital. The hospital bill is 350 dollars, he has no money, and he needs your help. He asks for few hundred dollars. You send him the money then he disappears from internet.

Real men never write romantic emails the first time. They never want to marry you just by seeing your profile. They never write ass-kissing emails saying you are their everything.

Most Scammers' profiles are new, they don’t last long because they either make money from some women or identified by some intelligent women and then cancel their profile.
But, Not all profiles from scammers are new. Some of them are also old more than a year, even 2 years. New Tactic is getting lot of friends to make their profile look more legitimate
Rich and handsome people have no need to write romantic emails to the unknown women from other countries. They already have many pretty women around them. These are the basic tips for identifying a scammer

How The Scam Works

Scams are a BIG business in the literal sense. These are run just like any organization; there is a hierarchy, an organizational structure, the peons, the managers, the big bosses, the pimp daddy's. They shut down the internet cafes to normal business so the scammers can do "their jobs". Home computers are a rare commodity, most cannot afford them and they cannot afford the monthly connection. This is a HUGE business for them, there are well-to-do, respected business men/ women who have quit their "normal" daily jobs in order to get in on the scamming, and it’s easy money.

The scammers work in shifts. They have a script that they follow, just like telemarketers. That is why they all sound the same; that is why the words are so similar. They are taught what to say and when to say it. They normally work in groups of six people, and they take shifts. This is why they are always on the computer and at times it seems you are talking to different people. There maybe times that they have forgotten what you talked about before, they call you a different name, and they take time to respond to you because they are talking to other people. When they are gone from the computers for any amount of time they are either looking up the information in order to answer you or they are consulting with a more experienced member of their "team".
The scammers send sweet words, the poems, and the love letters...all swiped off the internet. The people behind these scams are men, women, and teenagers of ALL ages. The male victims, who think they're talking to a real beauty, may in fact be talking to a man or a 13 year old child.
The pictures are stolen off various modeling sites, there are some sites listed in the "Modeling Website's" section. Recently scammers have been using “regular looking pictures” stolen pictures from prior victims and social net work sites.
Nigeria is cash based society, all services, all hotel rooms, all hospital services must be paid for in advance. If a "true" Nigerian has a problem they call a family meeting, they have family meetings for everything, they do not get on the internet and pick a stranger off a dating site and fall in love within a few days and immediately ask for money.
Scammers may claim they're being held hostage in the hospital, call the hospital directly and ask about the "patient". If they are asking for money to be released from the hospital, they aren't really in the hospital. Nigeria is cash based society all hospital services must be paid for in advance.

When they claim they are an American overseas they should go to the American Embassy for help, the Embassy will help send them home.





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