Fraud Afoot (Part 1)…

Seems like everyone has become the recipient of mysterious e-mails promising untold wealth if only one helps a wealthy foreigner quietly move millions of dollars out of his country. The venerable Nigerian Scam has discovered the goldmine that is the Internet. Beware — there’s still no such thing as “something for nothing,” and the contents of your bank account will end up with these wily foreigners if you fall in with this.

Likewise, look out for mailings announcing you’ve won a foreign lottery you don’t recall entering or claiming that because you share the surname of a wealthy person who died without leaving a will you’re in line for a windfall inheritance.

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