HSBC et al are missing a trick, there's obviously an untapped pool of talent they could be using. These guys have the nous and morals.
A court in Mississippi has sentenced three Nigerian men to 235 years in prison for running online scams that duped people out of tens of millions of dollars. Oladimeji Seun Ayelotan, 30, was sentenced to 95 years in prison today, with associates Rasaq Aderoju Raheem, 31, getting 115 years and Femi Alexander Mewase, 45, getting …
sending e-mails, receiving e-mails, deleting e-mails. Using a mouse, mices, using mice. Clicking, double clicking. The computer screen, of course. Uploading pictures of hotties from somewhere. Finding gullible idjits.
Huuuuge skills, I tell you.
That said, 95 years seems a bit on the nuclear option end of things, doesn't it?
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Got an email just this morning from a barrister out of London. He was trying to convince me that his client, now deceased, has left a whole pile of money in the bank and there's no known next of kin. But my name is pretty close, so we should just go ahead and clash m it for me to keep the bankers from taking the money for themselves. Of course there will be some fees to get all the proper papers and documentation done...
MY UNCLE OLADIMEJI SEUN WAS SENTENCED TO 95 YEAR IN PRIISON TODAY ALONG WITH MY COUSIN RASAQ ADEROJU RAHEEM FOR 115 YEAR
THEY HAVE LEFT ME WITH **ONE HUNDREDS AND FIFTY MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS** THAT I NEED TO GET OUT OF MY COUNTRY
ALL I NEED FROM YOU MY DEEREST FRIEND IS.....
and vice-versa to a certain extent.
Came across the "damsel in distress" scam in a book on con games written in the 50's
Human gullibility seems to be a commodity that remains in abundant supply.
And before anyone gets to feeling too morally indignant with Brexit coming and the possibility the UK Finance industry could head en-mass to Frankfurt or Paris perhaps UK readers might like to consider some alternative ways to raise a bit of extra money?
"And for how long will they actually stay behind bars?"
Here in the states you do 85% of your active sentence behind bars and 15% on probation. Thank you Bill and Hillary Clinton, who wanted children to be treated the same way, including life sentences with no chance for parole.
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