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The majority of these scams are out of Russia and Ukraine, with some out of the former Soviet Union (FSU) countries.
Nigeria, Ghana and the Philippines have recently jumped on the bandwagon.
Disabled World members should get to know a potential date well before agreeing to meet.
Initial meetings should use common sense, such as meeting in a public place or be with a friend. Be aware of classified buyers and sellers especially anyone offering a cashiers check over the asking price and requesting you send the extra funds to Nigeria or another country.
The scam usually ends when the victim realizes they are being scammed or stops sending money.
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I just returned from a reporting trip to Nigeria, where I was traveling around the country talking to terrorism experts, nomadic cattle herders, and government officials about how global warming affects conflict in the country. As a newswire reporter focused on the terrorist group Boko Haram, he was able to provide crucial context for my story.
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A woman posted to a local buy-sell group with a Thermomix for 350€. I check the woman’s profile out and she looks legit: she has a long-standing profile, some public photos and is a part of some other groups in the local area. Her message says to contact an email address, which is doubly odd because the email address doesn’t match her name, but whatever.