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He dropped you an e-mail, labeled "Strictly Confidential," stating that he's discovered a frozen account containing .5 million. Oluwa wants to snag the loot, but, for unfathomable reasons, he needs a foreign-based partner to act as an intermediary. Merely send along your "bank name, address, account number, swift code, ABA number (if any), beneficiary of account, telephone and fax numbers of bank." Thirty percent of the booty shall eventually be yours.
He's a member of Nigeria's Federal Audit Committee.
At first, because of Nigeria's lackluster telecommunications infrastructure—household phones are a rarity, to say nothing of dial-up Internet access—only the old organized gangs could afford to participate.
But in the past two to three years, cybercafes have sprung up all over Lagos and other major Nigerian cities.
They aim to lure you to Nigeria or to a nearby nation where you'll be cajoled into ponying up endless fees to secure the "riches"—,000 for a "chemical solvent" to disguise the money or ,000 for "customs duties." When you eventually wise up, faux police barge into your hotel and demand massive bribes in exchange for your freedom. According to the anti-spam software vendor Brightmail, 419 come-ons are the Web's second-most common form of junk mail, ranking behind only those incessant "herbal Viagra" ads.
Organized gangs located potential victims by combing through the White Pages, and they paid for the postage with bogus stamps.
The volume of letters picked up in the mid-1980s, when Nigeria's oil industry tanked.
Or Steve Okon, the purported son of a murdered Zimbabwean diplomat.
He's got the skinny on about million stashed away in an Amsterdam vault.