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Former Nigerian Scam Artist Speaks Out

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“Don’t you think you’re worthy of being loved?” was the question that hooked an American woman into giving $248,800 to a scammer online, later tracked to Nigeria. Many online scams originate from that West African country. In a nation suffering from extremely high poverty levels, many see online crime as their only choice. Jacob Ward takes us to Nigeria where one now-reformed con artist opens up about why, and how, he did what he did. » Subscribe to NBC News: 🤍 » Watch more NBC video: 🤍 NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! NBC News App: 🤍 Breaking News Alerts: 🤍 Visit NBCNews.Com: 🤍 Find NBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NBC News on Twitter: 🤍 #nigeria #scammers #catfish

Meet the scammers breaking hearts and stealing billions online | Four Corners

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Four Corners takes you inside the world of online scamming, as reporter Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop meets teenagers running romance scams out of internet cafes in West Africa and tracks global crime rings involved in drug trafficking and money laundering. Read more here: 🤍 For more from ABC News, click here: 🤍 Subscribe to us on YouTube: 🤍 You can also like us on Facebook: 🤍 Or follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Or even on Twitter: 🤍

Internet Scamming in Ghana

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Fraudsters in Ghana show us how they use internet scams to steal thousands of dollars from unsuspecting victims all over the globe. While Nigeria's 401 scammers may have written the book on West African internet fraud, their shtick looks like Compuserve compared to what's going on in Ghana. Unsatisfied with the meager winnings from emailing thousands of random Westerners in hopes of convincing one poor sap they're the treasurer of the Ivory Coast, Ghana's scammers decided to stack the odds in their favor the old-fashioned way—witchcraft. Taking a page from cyberpunk, traditional West African Juju priests adapted their services to the needs of the information age and started leading down-on-their-luck internet scammers through strange and costly rituals designed to increase their powers of persuasion and make their emails irresistible to greedy Americans. And so "Sakawa" was born. Now not only is Sakawa Ghana's most popular youth activity and one of its biggest underground economies, it's a full-blown national phenomenon. Sakawa has its own tunes, clothing brands, Sakawasploitation flicks, and even a metastatic backlash from Christian preachers and the press. When we were in Accra over the summer it was impossible to walk more than 10 feet without seeing the word Sakawa in blood-red Misfits letters on a poster or tabloid, often accompanied by bone-chilling horrors of the photoshopped variety. The government is freaked out because Sakawa is threatening Ghana's business reputation, the Christians are freaked out because they're losing money to the Juju priests, the press is freaked out because being freaked out is what sells papers, and the public is freaked out because their government, preacher, and media are all telling them they should be. All the while the Sakawa boys are living the high life and racking up debts to the spirit world, just waiting for the axe to fall. Hosted by Thomas Morton | Originally released in 2011 at 🤍 Follow Thomas on Twitter here: 🤍 Check out the Best of VICE here: 🤍 Subscribe to VICE here! 🤍 Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 Like VICE on Facebook: 🤍 Follow VICE on Twitter: 🤍 Read our tumblr: 🤍

Exposing Nigerian online love scammers | 60 Minutes Australia

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Subscribe here: 🤍 Full Episodes: 🤍 | Love Scam (2014) Most of us have figured out by now, that transferring our life savings into a Nigerian bank account is a mug's game. We know there's no royal fortune. No multi-million dollar return. In fact, no hope of ever seeing our money again. Maybe that's why the men behind those dodgy emails have moved on to scams that are more sophisticated and far more callous. Now they don't just bankrupt their victims, they break their hearts as well. So we decided to take them on at their own game. We set up a sting of our own and it wasn't long before the sharks took the bait. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: 🤍 LIKE 60 Minutes Australia on Facebook: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Twitter: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Instagram: 🤍 For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes. #60MinutesAustralia

NIGERIAN Romance Scammer REVEALS SECRETS!

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Learn more: 🤍 (RE-UPLOADED VIDEO) *Original video was deleted We got in contact with a real Scammer from Nigeria! He was willing to talk and tell us their secrets on how they romance scam people for a living. We help people find lost loved ones and verify if someone you’ve met online really is who they say they are. We’ve been featured in The Huffington Post, Tech.co, and have even been on the Australian TV show, A Current Affair, for the work that has come out of our site and the information that we deliver. Follow our Social Media: Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 #catfished #definecatfish

I Worked for a Nigerian Scam!

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I nearly fell for a check scam when selling some furniture online. I decided to dig deeper and learned that the scammer was actually from Nigeria. In this video I actually go undercover and work for the Nigerian scammers to see how they do what they do.

Nigerian Scammers vs Nigerian ScamBaiters !!

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UPLOAD DESCRIPTION: If there’s one thing that angers and frustrates a Nigerian Scammer who is about to rob a victim, it is when a money transfer clerk tries to muscle in on the action AND that clerk is a fellow Nigerian. The Scammers ab-so-lutely hate it! In these edited highlights from Live Stream 14, you’ll hear my Nigerian colleagues in action; the blunt, straight-talking Igbo Mr Chinedu and the sublimely devious Yoruba Mr Akinboboye. The sparks really FLY! WHO ARE WE? We are a group of people who waste Scammers’ time. Our Team is from Africa, Europe, UK, and USA. We do NOT support racism, bullying, or harassment. We operate to strict and long-established Rules and Ethics: 🤍 We call '419' Scammers who have emailed us, trying to steal our money. Each has pretended to be a Government Official, Bank Officer, Barrister, etc, etc, and lied, claiming to have millions of dollars for me. All I have to do is send a fee (for a courier, or legal documents, or this or that) and the monies will be mine! Of course, this is advance fee fraud and there are no millions, just a loathsome thief who would rob me (or you) blind if he could. These criminals contacted us. They believe they have deceived us. They want to steal our life savings, regardless of the misery they would leave behind. We raise - and dash - their expectations, waste their time, which they would otherwise be using to find real victims, and cause them a little well-deserved disappointment. SUPPORT OUR LITTLE CHANNEL! Make a monthly pledge here and gain exclusive access to our past Live Streams and Patreons-only content: 🤍 JOIN this Channel and receive perks including exclusive, long audio tracks each month (depending on Tier chosen): 🤍 JOIN our second Channel SCAMBAIT CENTRAL EXTRA and receive perks including exclusive, long audio tracks each month (depending on Tier chosen): 🤍 Like and Follow us on FaceBook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 All characters played by ScamBaiters and also by Scammers and any companies (money transfer agencies and banks, etc) depicted in this upload are entirely fictitious. The Scammers are real people who contacted us using false details and tried to steal our money. We pretend to be victims and officials in order to waste their time, falsely raise their expectations, and in so doing help to keep them away from real prospective victims. To achieve this audio brilliance takes weeks, months, even years of skillful baiting. I discard 95% of my recordings and only upload the very best to this Channel. Any similarity to real companies, or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. © 2019 'ScamBait Central' All Videos and Audio contained in this account are protected by United Kingdom and United States copyright law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of the videographer 'ScamBait Central'. Contact the videographer if you wish to obtain permission to download a video or screenshot or audio or redisplay a video or image or audio on this or another website. REUSED CONTENT: None in this upload. Theme Music: ‘Jazz in Paris’ from YouTube Audio Library. Image of shop courtesy of Jeangagnon and used under Creative Commons Licence: 🤍 Cartoonised image of ScamBaiter ‘Mr Akinboboye’ used with his kind permission.

Exposing the World’s Dumbest Scammer

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First time a scammer called us without a shirt on...CAN THEY GET ANY DUMBER?! CLICK the subscribe button and notification bell, so you don’t miss out on any good stuff. 💚 Become a Member 👉 🤍 💙 Become a Facebook Supporter 👉 🤍 💜 Support Us on Patreon 👉 🤍 ❤️ Support Us on PayPal 👉 🤍 💻 Multi-Visions 👉 🤍 📱 Spoofcard App 👉 🤍 👚 Get Some Merch 👉 🤍 🌐 Visit Our Website 👉 🤍 📅 Live Stream Calendar 👉 🤍 Instagram 👉 🤍 Facebook 👉 🤍 Twitter 👉 🤍 TikTok 👉 🤍 *Videos are for entertainment purposes only. Trilogy Media does not condone, support, or encourage any communication with or solicitation of scammers* #TrilogyMedia

How the Whole ‘Nigerian Prince’ Scam Got Started

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Go to 🤍 to get a 2-year plan plus 1 additional month with a huge discount. It’s risk-free with Nord’s 30-day money-back guarantee! Love content? Check out Simon's other YouTube Channels: Biographics: 🤍 Geographics: 🤍 MegaProjects: 🤍 SideProjects: 🤍 Casual Criminalist: 🤍 TopTenz: 🤍 Highlight History: 🤍 XPLRD: 🤍 Business Blaze: 🤍 →Some of our favorites: 🤍 →Subscribe for new videos every day! 🤍 This video is #sponsored by NordVPN. Sources: Shilling, Erik, The 9 Lives of the Spanish Prisoner, the Treasure-Dangling Scam That Won’t Die, Atlas Obscura, August 3, 2016, 🤍 Online Fraud: Top Nigerian Scammer Arrested, BBC News, August 1, 2016, 🤍 Seltzer, Richard, The Serge Solovieff Mysery - a WWI Variant of the Spanish Prisoner Scam, 🤍 Walter, Ben, Feb.13, 1910: Spanish Fraud Letters Flood State, Star Tribune, February 13, 2015, 🤍 The Spanish Prisoner Swindle, History House, 🤍 Original Spanish Prisoner Letter - 1924, Vintage Memorabilia, 🤍 Fuchs, Erin, Here’s the 1898 Version of Those Nigerian Email Scams, Business Insider, July 14, 2014, 🤍 Confidence Tricks - The Spanish Prisoner, 🤍 Whitaker, Robert, Proto-Spam: Spanish Prisoners and Confidence Games, The Appendix, October 23, 2013, 🤍 Schofield, Hugh, The Fake French Minister in a Silicone Mask Who Stole Millions, BBC News, June 20, 2019, 🤍 Cummins, Eleanor, The Nigerian Prince Scam is Still Fooling People. Here’s Why, Popular Science, March 4, 2020, 🤍

The Fall of the World's Flashiest Scammer

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Read more about the Fall of the Billionaire Gucci Master: 🤍 Ramon Abbas perfected a simple internet scam that helped him launder millions of dollars, riches he shamelessly flaunted on Instagram. Better known as 🤍Hushpuppi, the young Nigerian became a fixture among the global elite as fashion houses showered him with gifts. But his fame would ultimately be his downfall. #BreakDown #Scams #BloombergQuicktake Like this video? Subscribe: 🤍 Become a Quicktake Member for exclusive perks: 🤍 Subscribe to Quicktake Explained: 🤍 QuickTake Originals is Bloomberg's official premium video channel. We bring you insights and analysis from business, science, and technology experts who are shaping our future. We’re home to Hello World, Giant Leap, Storylines, and the series powering CityLab, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg Green, and much more. Subscribe for business news, but not as you've known it: exclusive interviews, fascinating profiles, data-driven analysis, and the latest in tech innovation from around the world. Visit our partner channel QuickTake News for breaking global news and insight in an instant.

FBI Finally Solve The $1.6 Billion Instagram Scam

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The FBI has arrested the crime boss known as Ramon "Hushpuppi" Abbos, who's responsible for a money laundering scheme raking in over $1.6 Billion dollars. Famous for his lavish lifestyle, on instagram, posing with private jets, 5 star hotels and super cars - where he's going, he won't be taking any selfies. Last year alone, over 1.7 billion dollars were stolen through means of cyber crime. This stolen money can lead to a conviction in “money laundering”, where someone has made money from a source that they keep concealed. A simple scheme like asking someone to wire money into a foreign bank account, that’s controlled in secret by the receiver, is arguably the most common way that this crime is committed. It’s hard to trace, it’s all online, and it can happen to anyone. It’s an ongoing problem, and it still affects millions of people worldwide to this day. Today, we have quite a story to share, where one man and his team of co-conspirators stole millions of dollars from private investors, and companies, from around the globe. It’s arguably one of the most recent, and unique, cyber crime cases out there, especially when it comes to how he was finally caught. The criminal in question is Mr. Ramon “Hushpuppi” Abbos. A social media influencer, with over 2.5 million instagram followers, and a self proclaimed real estate mogul. Oh, and he’s also a liar, a thief, and a criminal. For this incredible story, we decided to report it from the perspective on an FBI agent who was on the case. We definitely think it brings to light just how big a deal this case was. We hope you enjoy our interpretation in our video, where we discuss just what happened with an instagram celebrity, got a little too “post happy”, and gave the Federal Bureau of Investigations just what it needed to make an arrest. 🤍 For copyright matters please contact us at: legal🤍valnetinc.com

The REAL Reason Why So Many Scammers Are From Nigeria!

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Why are so many scammers from Nigeria? Find out in this video! Subscribe to Pablito's Way below: 🤍 New to Pablito's Way? Start here!💯 🤍 Check out some more of our favorite videos below: Animals Who Are Evil GENIUSES!🐬 🤍 The Untold Truth About the Escape From Alcatraz⛏️ 🤍 Rappers Who Went Broke with Dumb Decisions💸 🤍 Follow me on Instagram! 🤍 Internet Age Poverty and hardship run rampant through the modern world, both in developed and underdeveloped nations. The grind to put a roof over our head and food on the table comes easily only to certain privileged populations. Nigerian Economy Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, and also the continent’s biggest economy. However, as of 2019, roughly 40% of Nigerians live below the poverty line, making $360 US dollars a year. “Rock Stars” The money scammers can rake in far exceeds anything they'd be able to make with an honest day's work. The same can be said for anybody choosing a life of crime. Scammers, especially Nigerian professionals, are treated like stars in their hometowns and villages. Millions upon Millions The scams are still going today. And it’s a big industry. For example, in the summer 2019, the FBI busted one of their biggest online scam cases that amounted to over $46 million dollars that scammers tried to steal. Pandemic Heart Strings Many of us hear about these online scams and think, 'that would never happen to me.' Odds are, it probably won't. But you may not be a target. Scammers know they can't get you, so they're not even willing to try. Instead, they set their sights on the most vulnerable. Who's a target? Scammers primarily target the older men and women looking for love, basically anyone in their 40s, 50s and beyond. Unfortunately, this demographic tends to cling to the first signs of affection. The Scammer's Playbook Scammers aren't just making things up off the top of their heads. They're following an elaborate playbook constructed and edited over years of practice from the most sophisticated scammers. 10 Percenters Playbooks are needed because it’s really a numbers game. They need to recruit members into the organization to keep pumping out the scams. Pyramid scheme-like rackets exist all over Nigeria. Citizens But of course, not everyone wants to be a scammer. The high profile arrests have gotten extreme reactions for the Nigerians who don’t commit crimes. Many of them have to bear the costs of the stereotyping that comes with the online scamming of their fellow countrymen. Societal Status Criminals such as Al Capone and Pablo Escobar were looked up to and admired in their respective times. Although they were known criminals, they often helped the poorest members of their communities. The same can be said for Nigerian scammers.

SHOWING NIGERIAN BITCOIN SCAMMER HIS OWN WEBCAM!

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Holiday Deal! Go to 🤍 to get a 2-year plan at a huge discount plus 1 month free. It’s risk free with Nord’s 30 day money-back guarantee! My first time making a video on crypto scams. These groups own fake broker webpages from which they steal people's money through Bitcoin, Ethereum and other crypto coins. If you want to make these videos easier for me, consider becoming a Patron: 🤍 One-time donations: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 SHOWING NIGERIAN BITCOIN SCAMMER HIS OWN WEBCAM! Shoutout to the guy that Translated the Nigerian English (Pidgin) for me: 🤍ayobamikale11 on Instagram (and 🤍potterybyadeoye) Scambaiter, scambaiting videos where we destroy scammers their operation after hacking / ratting the scammer their computer. Memz, nanocore, anything will be used to destroy. Inspired by people like Jim Browning, Kitboga and Scammer Payback. #Scambaiter #Ad

Nigerian Scammer Pays Back His Victim!

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Try Dashlane for Free 🤍 🤍 & First 200 users get 10% off Premium with code: pleasantgreeen I was contact by a Nigerian scammer who needed help. Turns out he scams because he's diabetic and has no other way to purchase insulin. In this video I offer to help him, but only if he works to pay back his last victim!

How many times my phone got snatched in Egypt?

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We are AFRICA AVENGERS.

He Absolutely Scammed the WRONG People

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Just how sophisticated was this scam done by this Liberian con artist? Let’s just say it involved armed guards and LOTS of real gold. Find out more in this video! Follow me on Instagram HERE: 🤍 Subscribe to Pablito’s Way! 🤍 New videos Monday through Friday! New to Pablito's Way? Start here! 🤍 Watch some of my favorite vids below….. WEIRDEST Things Ever Found in Animals! 🤍 11 Most Ridiculous Purchases by Floyd "Money" Mayweather! 🤍 Welcome to Reality Everything for Cassell Kuoh came to an end one early morning in November 2016. He had just flown in from Liberia to see his family in Charlotte, North Carolina. He was just getting his kids ready for school, just like any other morning. But there was a knock on the door. The Setup For anyone, seeing $100 million dollars worth of gold right in front of you would be a once in a lifetime experience. This is what one businessman from Atlanta who wanted to stay anonymous experienced. The gold was indeed real. But he unfortunately was going to be a part of one of the most convincing and sophisticated scams that has ever been witnessed by the US Law enforcement. Who was Cassel Kuoh? The Atlanta businessman fell for this scam back in 2015. He had received a call from one of his friends who told him about a miner named Cassell Kuoh from Liberia. Obviously, his friend had nothing but good things to say about Cassell. Kuoh was described as a success story in Liberia. He was a philanthropist for the impoverished communities in Africa. And this is actually true. He was a founder of a soccer team. This was true too! Phoenix Mining According to public records and statements made in open court, from June 2012 to December 2016, Kuoh orchestrated a fraudulent scheme involving the purchase, shipment and export of unrefined gold and rough diamonds allegedly located in Liberia. Kuoh was a Liberian national who owned Phoenix Mining and Investment Group, which was supposedly to be in the precious metal and gemstone business. Due Diligence Obviously, the guy was already falling for this. But he wanted to make sure that Kuoh was the real deal. He did some background research on Kuoh and met him in New York City. He wanted to test some of his gold to make sure that it was real. And yep, the gold test passed with flying colors. But he even took it a step further. He wanted to go to Liberia to see the gold mines for himself! So Kuoh said, okay! Smoke and Mirrors The problem for this guy was that it was all smoke and mirrors. Kuoh had done the same kit and caboodle for many people over the years. Sometimes, he would even bring gold in bulletproof vans guarded by armed men. Why did this work? Because psychologically, no one would spend this much money and put in this much work just to run a scam right? And who actually had access to hundreds of millions of dollars of gold? Even if it’s just to put on a show? The Pledge The trick was simple. Show that there was gold. Real gold. And lots of it. Once the clients were convinced, then the rest was on them. They just needed to help get the gold to the US. What the potential clients needed to do was pay for any costs that were required for the certifications and shipment of the gold. Then they would sell the gold and split the profit! Yep, this is how the money poured in. This Atlanta businessman wasn’t the only person scammed. People from all over the world including the UAE, South Africa, India, and Saudi Arabia jumped in falling for this scam! The Prestige Do you see where this is going yet? How did Kuoh get his hands on so much gold? He DID have access to the gold. But that gold wasn’t EVER gonna be moving anywhere. That’s because the vast majority of the gold belonged to the government. All Kuoh did was bribe Liberian government officials and he could show the gold all day long! Of course, with any scammer, there’s some semblance of the truth. “Unforeseen” Circumstances Okay, so what would happen once Kuoh got the money? Well, after this, the game was delay……...delay, and then do some more delays. Kuoh had set up a fake website where the clients could track their shipments. But like clockwork, the website was always updated with new unforeseen delays. New stories of why the gold was getting delayed would pop up. Kuoh’s Lifestyle The delays became a fact of life for the Atlanta businessman. In his mind, things getting delayed in customs was normal. He had no reason NOT to believe any of the delays. Because he spoke with Kuoh nearly everyday on the phone. The money he had invested wasn’t only his own but he also invested money from his close friends and relatives.

I Tricked a Nigerian Scammer into FaceTiming Me

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The craziest thing we’ve ever done with a scammer… and yet he kept playing along! CLICK the subscribe button and notification bell, so you don’t miss out on any good stuff. 💚 Become a Member 👉 🤍 💙 Become a Facebook Supporter 👉 🤍 💜 Support Us on Patreon 👉 🤍 ❤️ Support Us on PayPal 👉 🤍 💻 Multi-Visions 👉 🤍 📱 Spoofcard App 👉 🤍 👚 Get Some Merch 👉 🤍 🌐 Visit Our Website 👉 🤍 📅 Live Stream Calendar 👉 🤍 Instagram 👉 🤍 Facebook 👉 🤍 Twitter 👉 🤍 TikTok 👉 🤍 *Videos are for entertainment purposes only. Trilogy Media does not condone, support, or encourage any communication with or solicitation of scammers* #TrilogyMedia#NigerianScammer#Scam

Unmasking the Pyramid Kings: Crowd1 scam targets Africa - BBC Africa Eye documentary

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The best scams always come in disguise. And Crowd1 is the most audacious scam we’ve ever seen. It looks like a high-tech marketing business that’s making a ton of money for people across Africa. All you need is a smartphone and some hustle. But behind the promises and the hype, BBC Africa Eye’s Ayanda Charlie finds some ugly truths, some wealthy scammers, and a whole pyramid of lies. Subscribe: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

The Angriest Scammer I've Ever Called - The Hoax Hotel

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Today, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, we have the angriest scammer I've had the pleasure of calling on the phone. Enjoy the funny excursion! Follow me: Twitter ▶ 🤍 Patreon ▶ 🤍 Facebook ▶ 🤍 Instagram ▶ 🤍 reddit ▶ 🤍 Signs of a 419/advance-fee scam: 🤍 Report scammers: 🤍 Intro/Outro underlying song: 'Remember Me' - JR Tundra Outro song: 'Pisco Sour' - Gunnar Olsen - 🤍 Thanks for watching everyone, and please subscribe to The Hoax Hotel for more videos of funny prank calls to scammers!! Copyright © 2017 The Hoax Hotel This is a advance-fee scam. Scam the scammers! I love you.

SCAMMED in CONGO?!

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The Democratic republic of Congo is a unique country. I got scammed right after crossing the border from Rwanda. The scammer even gave us his number! These scams are so common on African border crossings, beware! SUPPORT ME ON PATREON: 🤍 MERCH: 🤍 FACEBOOK 🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍 TWITTER 🤍

FOREX SCAM LIST 2022 BY TRADINGHUB│EVERYONE IS HERE LMAO

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XM LVE EDUCATION - 🤍 XM LVE EDUCATION - 🤍 XM LVE EDUCATION - 🤍 LIKE SUBSCRIBE COMMENT SHARE - THIS IS SUCH A HECTIC LIST AND IT IS ALL COMPILED BY TRADINGHUB. HERE IS A WHOLE LOT OF WELL KNOWN FOREX TRADERS ON THIS LIST LIKE JASON NOAH, MR FESTX, GIFT MANGE, LEADERSHIP MONHLA AND SO MUCH MORE. IN THE COMING DAYS WE WILL BE MOVING IN ON THIS LIST TO SEE EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED FOR THESE PEOPLE TO EARN A SPOT ON THIS LIST. - Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 - FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM 🤍rydallficksyt FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER 🤍RydallFicks - This video is an opinion and in no way should be construed as statements of fact. Scams, bad business opportunities, and fake gurus are subjective terms that mean different things to different people. I believe a scam is an overhyped program where big promises are being made but no returns ever come out, or when it comes out, its not as promised. I believe a scam also have given no refunds. Fake gurus and snake oil salesmen are usually the people selling these programs and when everything goes bust, they go missing.

Scams (Full Episode) | Trafficked with Mariana Van Zeller

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Mariana dives into the world of international scamming to understand how it all works and meet the outlaws at the heart of this booming industry. Her investigation takes her from the streets of Montego Bay to the glitzy neighborhoods of Tel Aviv as she pursues some of the biggest phone, lottery and financial scammers in the world and learns why Americans are the perfect targets. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Get more Nat Geo Full Episodes: 🤍 ➡ Get more Nat Geo Wild Full Episodes: 🤍 And check out more National Geographic series and specials here: ➡ Disney Plus: 🤍 ➡ Hulu: 🤍 ➡ NGTV app: 🤍 ➡ ABC app: 🤍 About Trafficked with Mariana van Zeller: TRAFFICKED with Mariana van Zeller is an original documentary series that explores the complex and dangerous inner-workings of the global underworld, black and informal markets. Each adventure follows Mariana on a mission to follow the chain of custody of trafficked goods, understand how to obtain the contraband, or see the 360-degree view of the trafficking world from the point of view of the smugglers, law enforcement and those caught in the crossfire. #Scams #TraffickedwithMarianavanZeller #NationalGeographic Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Tenor: 🤍 About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Scams (Full Episode) | Trafficked with Mariana Van Zeller 🤍 National Geographic 🤍

HOW PHONE SNATCHER IS TAKING YOUR PHONE IN 0.2 SECONDS / phone snatching

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We are AFRICA AVENGERS.

This is what happens when you reply to spam email l TED

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Suspicious emails: unclaimed insurance bonds, diamond-encrusted safe deposit boxes, close friends marooned in a foreign country. They pop up in our inboxes, and standard procedure is to delete on sight. But what happens when you reply? Follow along as writer and comedian James Veitch narrates a hilarious, months-long exchange with a spammer who offered to cut him in on a hot deal. The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more.

Fool's Gold: Inside Ghana's Million Dollar Scamming Syndicates | REWIND

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In 2011, Ghana was Africa's second-largest producer of gold. In recent years, it has been home to a multibillion-dollar industry which, according to the Observatory of Economic Complexity, accounts for nearly half of the country's exports. But this rich resource has also attracted a network of scammers who, posing as legitimate gold traders, dupe buyers out of their money. Using hidden cameras, investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas went undercover in 2011 to expose their operations. Working with an associate who posed as a wealthy investor from the Middle East, he met scammers, collected documentation, visited a small-scale illegal mine, and eventually handed over his findings to the police. Rewind recently caught up with Anas to discuss what it took to cover the story, and what has happened since. Perhaps most precious to Anas is his anonymity; known for conducting interviews from behind a mask of hanging beads, he explains that he keeps disguised for "security reasons" in a climate otherwise dangerous for investigative journalists. He sometimes risks his life to cover stories, but he says this was somewhat less of a concern in this investigation. "There were fears initially, but all got dwindled down as soon as we realised that we had done proper work before taking the action," he says about following the scammers. "But there were fears of them coming or not coming ... whether they were able to smoke us out or not. Those fears are real and it happens in many other stories. But fear for our lives, I think, was a bit more minimal in that story." While scammers still operate in Ghana, Anas believes that a country's willingness to hold fraudsters accountable is what matters most. "Gold scammers will always be there. But the bigger question is how prepared is your nation to fight these. In most African countries we have willing police service who are; if you take the evidence to them, they will want to take those steps. So yes, it is horrible, we have scammers all around. But what is clear in this film is that there are people who are also willing to take down these scammers," he says. The court cases against those he helped arrest are still pending, but he says "they are likely to be jailed". He has faith in the justice system, explaining that people he exposed in the past now sit in jail, and that the courts work - even if they take some time. "I do know that sometimes the system grinds slowly but I've seen results. And I don't have to get frustrated by that," he says. "I think it should instil in me a sense of wanting to push the frontiers forever. And I think that people are beginning to see the realities, the hardcore evidence is there. And when you attempt, no matter how slow, it gets done." - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍

In An African Home: IT'S A SCAM!!! 🚫💰

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African dad get an email that Cliff doesn't trust. #InAnAfricanHome #AfricanDad #CliffordOwusu #AfricanHome #Comedy

SAVED FROM A SCAMMER in India (Beggar Scam Exposed)

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Beggars in India will approach you all day long with a scam where they ask you to buy them expensive food items from a nearby supermarket. Find out exactly what they do with these items you give them and how you can really help people who really need charity in India. Shot in Mumbai, this auntie and her entire family work the streets every day running this scam. During the scam, an Indian Nun came up to me to help me and stop me being scammed! She was terrific and demonstrates the lengths Indians will go to to help foreign guests in their country. This Nun actually knew the family and told me this women's daughters are being educated by her at a Christian missionary charity called Prem Dan. If you want to travel safely and confidently in India and love your time in India as much as I do, get my Quick-Start Safety Guide at 🤍. 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 1) SUBSCRIBE! ✔ Click 🤍 Then smash the BELL ICON so you don't miss a 🔴live stream or video. 2) TRAVELLING TO INDIA🇮🇳? Travel safely & confidently with my India Survival Guide (Quick-Start Safety Guide) 🤍. 3) WANT TO LEARN HINDI हिन्दी? Learn Hindi Faster Than I Did! eBook at 🤍. 4) SUPPORT THE CONTENT I CREATE & GET SPECIAL BENEFITS 🙏🏻❤️ Press the blue JOIN button or 🤍 5) LET'S CONNECT 👋🏻 🤍 🤍 🤍 #Scams #Scammers #IndianScammers #India #TravelSafety

Dr. Phil S17E99 ~ Is My Nigerian Boyfriend Scamming Me (2019.02.08)

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Friday February 8, 2019 "Is My Nigerian Boyfriend Scamming Me?" RELATIONSHIPS/SEX Sixty-four-year-old Josie says she met the love of her life, Victor, on Facebook. Even though he’s Nigerian, 30 years younger, and she’s never physically met him, she insists it’s true love. She’s purchased a ticket to Nigeria and hopes to marry Victor, but her older sister, Carmen, her best friend, Angela, and her 19-year-old son, Anthony, say Josie is acting like a teenage fool. They believe Victor is conning Josie into marrying him for a green card. Dr. Phil took cameras to Nigeria to find Victor to see if he’s telling Josie the truth. Josie’s family says they want Dr. Phil to convince Josie that this relationship will never work. Is Victor who he says he is, and will Josie leave for Nigeria after hearing what Dr. Phil has to say?

Scammer Loses It When I Cost Him Thousands!

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Get Surfshark VPN at 🤍 - Enter promo code PLEASANTGREEN for 83% off and 3 extra months for FREE! I stumbled across a scammer from Nigeria who was sending out fake checks. I managed to convince him to let me in on his operation and then I sabotaged it! Don't accept fake checks and don't take jobs mailing them out either.

SCAMMED! Avoid this Scam in Paris

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Paris is littered with Scammers! This is just one of many scams that are currently rife in Paris. I was super lucky to catch this on camera from start to finish. Don't let these little inconvenient moments put you off coming to Paris, its a very beautiful city that has so much to offer :) Follow us on Socials! - Seanyboy91 - Kellygriffiths Like & Subscribe Loves ya all! xoxox #Scammed #Scammers #Paris

Fraud Expert Explains ‘Black Money Scam’ To ‘Dr. Phil’ Guest

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Candice and her aunt, LouAnn, say they are concerned that Candice’s mother, Lois, keeps falling for online romance scams. The women claim that Lois has been left “destitute” after giving away upward of $100,000 to several digital sweethearts Lois says she believes are real. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Want Dr. Phil to Investigate a Situation or Possible Scam? Dr. Phil tests several “bills” from stacks of “white money” that Lois says she received from an associate of one former online love interests. Still, she rejects the results of the test when the paper slips she says she believes to be U.S. $100 bills disintegrate after being washed in a “special” solution meant to reveal the currency underneath a white coating. WATCH: Dr. Phil Performs Test On ‘White Money’ His Guest Insists Is Real U.S. Currency “This is called a black money scam,” says Ron Williams, a retired United States Secret Service agent, fraud expert, and CEO of Talon Companies, a security and risk management firm headquartered in Costa Mesa, California. Explaining the process that he says the man likely used to convince Lois that the stacks of “white money” were genuine U.S. currency, Williams continues, “He used sleight of hand.” Does Lois resist believing the evidence that has been presented? And later, Lois says she feels like she is “between a rock and a hard place” when it comes to choosing between two online love interests she admits she has never met in person. Part two of this three-part episode airs Tuesday. Check here to find your local listing. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Outrageous drama turning your life upside down? Dr. Phil tells compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil Show is an American daytime talk show and TV series with host and personality Dr. Phil McGraw, who offers advice from his experience as a psychologist. The show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Here on the Dr. Phil YouTube channel, you will find the best moments, highlights, and segments from the TV show. We upload new videos every day, so make sure you subscribe and ring the bell for all notifications, so you don't miss a single one. Full episodes of the Dr. Phil Show premiere every weekday on CBS, with a new season premiering every fall in 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023. Each full episode contains an interview or multiple interviews with doctors, teens, families, parents, kids, and more. The executive producers are Phil McGraw and showrunner Oprah Winfrey of OWN. Dr. Phil is the top-rated daytime talk show attracting millions of viewers every day alongside other talk shows, including The Ellen Show with Ellen DeGeneres, The Dr. Oz Show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, and The Steve Wilkos Show. Dr. Phil makes regular appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and The Late Late Show with James Corden. Dr. Phil has also done crossovers with 90 Day Fiancé and Inside Edition. Do you want to be on the show? 🤍 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 #DrPhil #PhilMcGraw #DrPhilShow

How A Nigerian Scammer Sold Fake Airport For $284 Million

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Do you see this man? This is the man that actually managed to sell an entire Airport that never even existed in the first place. And where did the $242 million from Banco Noroeste go? Well, the offshore accounts of these countries sure got a big, fat increase over a period of 3 years. Man, this story’s exciting. So, without further ado, here’s How a Nigerian Scammer Sold Fake Airport for $242 Million. So, let’s just dive right into it, shall we?! What’s the worst banking fraud you’ve ever heard of? You can tell us in the comment section below. If you'd like more videos like these, don't forget to subscribe to our channel and hit the bell icon so you never miss any of them. And as always, thanks for watching guys. Subscribe for more amazing videos! ► 🤍 For copyright matters relating to this channel, please contact me directly at: Dripfeedzinfo🤍gmail.com #snigerian #scammer #yahooboy

The Anatomy of a Nigerian Romance Scammer

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Learn more: 🤍 more info: 🤍 We help people find lost loved ones and verify if someone you’ve met online really is who they say they are. We’ve been featured in The Huffington Post, Tech.co, and have even been on the Australian TV show, A Current Affair, for the work that has come out of our site and the information that we deliver. Follow our Social Media: Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 #catfished #definecatfish

SCAMMER FURIOUS WHEN ANOTHER STEALS HIS MONEY! "I don't know heem!"

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UPLOAD DESCRIPTION: THIS SCAMMER’S HEAD ALMOST EXPLODES WITH RAGE! So-called ‘Frederick’ was pretending to be an official at a Central Bank. Frederick promised me that $5 million US Dollars was owed to me. All I had to do was send him a £500 GBP courier fee and the trunk boxes of cash would be on their way to me. After some emails and phone calls, I agreed to pay. Shortly before I was due to send him the money, I emailed Frederick and told him that a Barrister Mensah had contacted me with a similar deal. I had told Mensah that I was already working with Frederick. Mensah had told me that Frederick worked for him and that I should send my fee to Mensah’s bank account. In addition, Mensah advised that the fee was actually £1500 not £500. On learning about this second Scammer trying to steal his victim, Frederick panicked and sent me 5 emails, warning me not to deal with this imposter. Guess what happened… WHO ARE WE? We are a group of people who waste Scammers’ time. Our Team is from Africa, Europe, UK, and USA. We do NOT support racism, bullying, or harassment. We operate to strict and long-established Rules and Ethics: 🤍 We call '419' Scammers who have emailed us, trying to steal our money. Each has pretended to be a Government Official, Bank Officer, Barrister, etc, etc, and lied, claiming to have millions of dollars for me. All I have to do is send a fee (for a courier, or legal documents, or this or that) and the monies will be mine! Of course, this is advance fee fraud and there are no millions, just a loathsome thief who would rob me (or you) blind if he could. These criminals contacted us. They believe they have deceived us. They want to steal our life savings, regardless of the misery they would leave behind. We raise - and dash - their expectations, waste their time, which they would otherwise be using to find real victims, and cause them a little well-deserved disappointment. SUPPORT OUR LITTLE CHANNEL! Make a monthly pledge here and gain exclusive access to our past Live Streams and Patreons-only content: 🤍 JOIN this Channel and receive perks including exclusive, long audio tracks each month (depending on Tier chosen): 🤍 JOIN our second Channel SCAMBAIT CENTRAL EXTRA and receive perks including exclusive, long audio tracks each month (depending on Tier chosen): 🤍 Like and Follow us on FaceBook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Register free at 🤍scambaitingforum.com for hundreds of hours of free audio and page after page of amazing scambaits with photos and videos! You can even learn how to become a scambaiter or prank-caller. All characters played by ScamBaiters and also by Scammers and any companies (money transfer agencies and banks, etc) depicted in this upload are entirely fictitious. The Scammers are real people who contacted us using false details and tried to steal our money. We pretend to be victims and officials in order to waste their time, falsely raise their expectations, and in so doing help to keep them away from real prospective victims. To achieve this audio brilliance takes weeks, months, even years of skillful baiting. I discard 95% of my recordings and only upload the very best to this Channel. Any similarity to real companies, or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. © 2018 'ScamBait Central' All Videos and Audio contained in this account are protected by United Kingdom and United States copyright law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of the videographer 'ScamBait Central'. Contact the videographer if you wish to obtain permission to download a video or screenshot or audio or redisplay a video or image or audio on this or another website.

Nigerian Romance Scammer Exposes Everything!

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In this episode of Scamfish, we interview a Nigerian scammer about his life in Nigeria and the reasons why he became a scammer. He lets us know just how corrupt the Nigerian government is and how there are no jobs that would pay him enough to eat for the day. The only way that most Nigerians know how to live is through scams. Since it only costs $2 to eat for the day in Nigeria, if someone could get a few thousand dollars from an American, that's enough to live for an entire year. There are some Nigerians that don't like scamming but do it anyway since they have no other way to live. We also get a view of what a town in Nigeria is like. Learn more: 🤍?utm_campaign=nigerian-romance-scammer-exposes-everything!-&utm_medium=description&utm_source=youtube We help people find lost loved ones and verify if someone you’ve met online really is who they say they are. We’ve been featured in The Huffington Post, Tech.co, and have even been on the Australian TV show, A Current Affair, for the work that has come out of our site and the information that we deliver. Follow our Social Media: Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 #catfished #definecatfish

Reporter tracks down scammers in dramatic raid | 60 Minutes Australia

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60 Minutes reporter Liam Bartlett helps track down the professional conmen making a living out of scamming Australians out of their life savings. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: 🤍 LIKE 60 Minutes Australia on Facebook: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Twitter: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Instagram: 🤍 For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Tom Steinfort look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes. #60MinutesAustralia

77-year-old American woman falls victim to African scam

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Malaysian Police crippled a African scam syndicate after arresting two suspects who cheated a retiree of RM1.2mil.

SCAM ARTISTS IN ROME THINK THAT GUESS IS A COUNTRY

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Twice in an hour I was approached by random scammers trying the bracelet trick. I visit the collesum, Trevi fountain and the pantheon all while trying to expertly dodge con artists.

Storytime | I was hired to scam people | South African Youtuber

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Hello loves I hope you will enjoy my story time bangfikisa egoli 😂please subscribe, like and Comment ♥️

SOUTH AFRICANS LOST R112 MILLION THROUGH A CRYPTOCURRENCY SCAM

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RECOMMENDED BROKER XM - 🤍 RECOMMENDED BROKER XM - 🤍 RECOMMENDED BROKER XM - 🤍 - LIKE SUBSCRIBE COMMENT SHARE - Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 - FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM 🤍rydallficksyt FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER 🤍RydallFicks - This video is an opinion and in no way should be construed as statements of fact. Scams, bad business opportunities, and fake gurus are subjective terms that mean different things to different people. I believe a scam is an overhyped program where big promises are being made but no returns ever come out, or when it comes out, its not as promised. I believe a scam also have given no refunds. Fake gurus and snake oil salesmen are usually the people selling these programs and when everything goes bust, they go missing.

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