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Shvoong Home>Internet & Technology>How to Become Millionaire Working as an E-Mail Scammer Review

How to Become Millionaire Working as an E-Mail Scammer

Article Review   by:Elcasanova     Original Author: roberto giron
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HOW TO BECOME MILLIONAIRE WORKING AS AN E-MAIL SCAMMER

I had been thinking that in the 2009 everybody knew that existed a group of Africans, men and women, that has become millionaire deceiving white people from rich countries, who blinded by the ambition that the publicity produces, are still dreaming of that some day a cousin will die and will leave them a millionaire inheritance in an african bank.

For more than twenty years I have been listening to and reading about the same history: people that have been cheated on by these swindlers. What it is incredible is that everyday somebody get cheated. And my question is: why a person can be so naïve? Can ambition makes people so stupid? Or so blind? I know that millions of people do not read even their phone bills. But they watch TV. Even Oprah months ago broadcasted a program about these swindlers.

Perhaps these ambitious people are so busy thinking of becoming millionaires that they don't have just five minutes to find out what is going on in this corrupt world. Then, when one of these person receives a letters or E-mail from the African Bank, telling him that a cousin, his wife and their three children have died in a car accident and left him $12.5 millions that "HE" can claim, immediately this person loses his mind. The amazing thing is that this person knows very well that he has not any relative in Africa. He also knows that none of his cousins is millionaire. Then, why he believes, with that astonishing easiness, that tale?

I do not need to think to respond that he was born ignorant and foolishly ambitious. You can use the epithet that you want! Just think for one second and I tell me, how could you believe in someone that you have never met? If you receive a letter or an E-mail from the black continent saying that there are $12.5 million which you can claim, and you believes it, be sure that your brain is not working properly. Two weeks ago I read a really sad history about a young Canadian man who believed in those email scammers. This poor man foolishly gave about $150.000 dollars to a con artists.

This poor gentleman received an email from an “attorney” named Matthew Spencer, in which he told him that a distant relative had died in a bomb attack in London, England and left behind $12.8 million. When he finished reading it, he right away thought that his life was set. He blindly believed him, and right away began to fulfill the requirements. First, Mr. Spencer requested $2,500 to begin the process. He sent it. Then, little by little, this scammer was asking for more and more. Mr. Spencer also invited him to meet him in London, and asked him to bring $10.000. Yes, he went, and, behind a hotel, gave him the money. But do not think that this thing stopped there. No, Mr. Spencer continued asking for money; and his poor man, blinded by the ambition and the ignorance, started to borrow money from his several friends and relatives.

This story ended when Mr. Spencer invited him to New York to give him the millions he had promised to him. O maybe, to show him the truth! Believe or no, he went. But Mr. Spencer, this time, did not show up. He did not meet his friend in NY, but he met the reality. Today he owes more than $100.000. Observe something curious in this case: people who lent him their money, you can be sure, knew that this man would use that money for that adventure, which means that they too believed that African tale.

It is very lamentable that today, when one can find free information about anything, these things are still happening to hundredths! Now this broken man everyday is asking to himself: how a person that always told me,“God bless you”! could do this to me?

Finally, I am going to reveal a short list of some of those scammers. Here you have, names, E-mail and some phone numbers, just in case you too are dreaming of becoming millionaire.

1 - Divine Jajar phone: 226 7807 5190.
2 - Mr. Ahmad Aba Mr.ahmad@live.fr;
3 - Mr. Eric Kabore erickabore2020@live.fr Tel. 22676616594
4 - Fatai Kubo fataikubo@sify.com; they
5- Sean Canary sean_cannary@yahoo.com
6 - Dr.Muse Aliyu dr_musaliyu01@egon.gyaloglo.hu
7 - Dr. Paul Richard dr_paul001@live.fr
8 - Aziz Quedraogo aziz_ouedraogo9@yahoo.ca.nz Tel. 226 7878 4770

These last two are very interesting:
John Masters Akomas, Tel. 226 78155850, akomas_chambers@libero.it
He has $400 millions, and is searching for a business partner.

And this one is very attractive: it arrives from "UK National Lottery Headquarters", Po Box 1010 Liverpool. Mavel mark, Tel. 44 704 5772404. Anyone of these can make you millionaire. It is up to you!

Published: March 28, 2009   
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