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For those interested in the latest scams/threats.


KRONOS the First

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An interesting article on an updated version of the Nigerian "419" scam involving PayPal.

Scam.

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daz60

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I dislike their thievery,maybe it's jealousy for they are so successful,but i admire their gumption.

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lotvic

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Thanks. That is an interesting and informative article, the ingenuity of scammers exposed. Forewarned is forearmed (hopefully).

The article tells/shows how to trace an email as well - something very useful even if only for curiosity's sake.

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KRONOS the First

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lotvic #

I agree about the email trace,very useful in certain circumstances.

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