July 18, 2005 5:28 AM PDT

Nigerian pleads guilty in e-mail fraud

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Nigerian scams
why are ppl even opening much less reading any of these emails
Posted by rborgman (2 comments )
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It's a Stupid Tax
I think they should get to keep the money.

;)
Posted by rhyssleary (35 comments )
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And I thought it was just a joke!
I received that E-mail and I reported it to every legal investigating agency I could. The FCC was the only agency that posted it as a recorded incident! I am glad to see it finally bore a conviction! How are American victims to be remedied though?
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New home for outsourcers?
I vote we move all the offshore call centers to Nigeria.

They may be just as corrupt, but at least they're not computer-illiterate.
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