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Advance Fee Fraud These scams are also called 419 scams - They are scams promising a large sum of money (such as a bequest, charitable donation, investment, unclaimed bank account) or a valuable consignment (trunk boxes or consignments of cash, gold, or black money) Fraudulent check scams - Scams in which checks are mailed to you Fraudulent lotteries - Fraudulent lottery win notifications which ask you to pay fees Romance scams - Scams in which the scammer plays a love interest Money recovery scams - Scams which target those who have already been victimized Charity scams - Scams in which scammers pose as charities Employment scams - Fake employment opportunities Auction site and online selling scams - Scams targeting online buyers, sellers or merchants Rental scams - Scams in which a scammer poses as a landlord or interested renter Debt collection scams - Scams in which the scammer attempts to hire services to collect a supposed debt Advance fee loan scams - Scammers posing as lenders, may also involve ID theft Conference scams - Scams involving invitations to a fake conference Pet scams or puppy scams - Scammers posing as a someone selling or giving away a pet Fraudulent websites used in scams - Scammer-created websites used for advance fee fraud Army leave scam - Army leave division USA request for leave scam For more information and Anti Fraud News visit you have received a scam email you would like to report to us, please register to post it on our forum. If you have been a victim of a scam and would like to share your story, please post in Personal Accounts of Scams If you have questions or feedback about our site, or have trouble with registering, please use the 'contact admin' button to contact the site administrator.

So I transferred £700 from my current account into the account of his solicitor, Rod Thompson, in Manchester.

But I told James that was the end of it and I meant it.’Mrs Hardman believes the clever ploy of making her pay the money to his ‘solicitor’ rather than him helped dupe her.

When James told Mrs Hardman his mother had died recently, she was instantly sympathetic.

He didn’t ask for the money outright at first,’ says Mrs Hardman.Monty Emu, 28, and Emmanuel Oko, 29, from Southsea, Hampshire, Adewunmi Nusi, 37, from Thatcham, Berkshire, and Chukwuka Ugwu, 28, from Portsmouth, have been convicted for their roles in conning £200,000 out of nine women.Meanwhile, Mrs Hardman is left to rue the day in January 2012 when she joined To visit or register for the forum please use the buttons in the menu on the left. Basic Information on scams can be found in our Introduction to Scams forum IF YOU ARE A VICTIM or SUSPECT YOU ARE A VICTIM OF INTERNET FRAUD or an INTERNET SCAM, please post in our HELP section for advice.This is also where you can inquire about a suspicious email you have received.

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