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They seized thousands of foreign and Nigerian passports, 10,000 blank British Airways tickets, 10,000 U. money orders, customs documents, fake university certificates, 500 printing plates and 500 computers. Though the fraud is apparent to many, some people think they have stumbled on a once-in-a-lifetime deal, and scammers can string them along for months with mythical difficulties.

Scammers, he said, "have the belief that white men are stupid and greedy. There's this belief that for every dollar they lose, the American government will pay them back in some way." What makes the scams so tempting for the targets is that they promise a tantalizing escape from the mundane disappointments of life. " one hapless American wrote recently to a scammer seeking

Scammers, he said, "have the belief that white men are stupid and greedy. There's this belief that for every dollar they lose, the American government will pay them back in some way." What makes the scams so tempting for the targets is that they promise a tantalizing escape from the mundane disappointments of life. " one hapless American wrote recently to a scammer seeking $1,200. The real push comes when the fictional girlfriend or fiancee, who claims to be in America, goes to Nigeria for business. Secret Service estimates such schemes net hundreds of millions of dollars annually worldwide, with many victims too afraid or embarrassed to report their losses.

Kovacsics says he is awakened several nights a week by Americans pleading for help with an emergency, such as a fiancee (whom they have only met in an online chat room) locked up in a Nigerian jail.

He has to tell them that there is probably no fiancee, no emergency.

There have been 12 convictions in such cases brought during that time, he said.

Okauru said he felt this was a good result given the sluggishness of Nigeria's legal system, but critics say the courts are too slow and corrupt.

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Scammers, he said, "have the belief that white men are stupid and greedy. There's this belief that for every dollar they lose, the American government will pay them back in some way." What makes the scams so tempting for the targets is that they promise a tantalizing escape from the mundane disappointments of life. " one hapless American wrote recently to a scammer seeking $1,200. The real push comes when the fictional girlfriend or fiancee, who claims to be in America, goes to Nigeria for business. Secret Service estimates such schemes net hundreds of millions of dollars annually worldwide, with many victims too afraid or embarrassed to report their losses.Kovacsics says he is awakened several nights a week by Americans pleading for help with an emergency, such as a fiancee (whom they have only met in an online chat room) locked up in a Nigerian jail.He has to tell them that there is probably no fiancee, no emergency.There have been 12 convictions in such cases brought during that time, he said.Okauru said he felt this was a good result given the sluggishness of Nigeria's legal system, but critics say the courts are too slow and corrupt.It is where places like the Net Express cyber cafe thrive. until 7 a.m., so the cyber thieves can work in peace without fear of armed intruders.

,200. The real push comes when the fictional girlfriend or fiancee, who claims to be in America, goes to Nigeria for business. Secret Service estimates such schemes net hundreds of millions of dollars annually worldwide, with many victims too afraid or embarrassed to report their losses.Kovacsics says he is awakened several nights a week by Americans pleading for help with an emergency, such as a fiancee (whom they have only met in an online chat room) locked up in a Nigerian jail.He has to tell them that there is probably no fiancee, no emergency.There have been 12 convictions in such cases brought during that time, he said.Okauru said he felt this was a good result given the sluggishness of Nigeria's legal system, but critics say the courts are too slow and corrupt.It is where places like the Net Express cyber cafe thrive. until 7 a.m., so the cyber thieves can work in peace without fear of armed intruders.