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Mon Mar 17, 2008 10:23 pm
According to the CBN/Nigerian Embassy in USA, scams have dropped off considerably. Whilst I agree that the CBN do extremely well, for a bank, in scam awareness, this seems a little OTT
The publicity campaigns by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria have proved successful in sensitizing the public about the menace of advance fee fraud and the falsehood of claims that easy money could be made in Nigeria. Consequently, the reported incidence of advance fee fraud (a.k.a. 419) has declined significantly. Nevertheless, there are still some people who have continued to fall victim to solicitations of advance fee fraudsters. This warning is, therefore, specifically intended for the benefit of those misguided people who, in the quest to make easy money at the expense of Nigeria, are defrauded by international fraudsters.
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