Other Comments: A real piece of work this one,bleeds you slowly in small increments,classic yahoo girl/MUGU.Sob story of uni student sent to study in nigeria by her 'mum' another scammer using the brightexxx addy,...'alisha' is stuck there,cant pay hotel bills,'the hotel manager' holding her passport,wants food money,then airfair to 'meet' you...then BTA...this ones so low 'she' will ask you to sell your childrens xmas presents...im NOT joking..she does!
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Crikey from Australia
Shall do OJAS;) cheers man:)
Crikey from Australia
further western union info in the matter of alisha burkat and having W/U put name blocks on all names given to me that were used in transfers.
Thank you for your e-mail. We are sorry to learn that you have become the subject of a fraud and would like to assure you that we and Western Union would like to assist further in the matter, wherever possible.
If you have already reported this matter with the relevant authorities, they can contact either FEXCO Money Transfer Ltd or Western Union directly for any further information they require to investigate.
In the meantime, you can provide us with the details of the money transfers you have sent for us to update our records with.
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OJAS from United States
Since you have offered your thread for 3 purposes
1) Your scammer updates
2) General info on African scammers
3) General info for Aussie newbies
Sunday February 24, 07:29 AM
Facebook fraudster lands prison term
A 26-year-old engineer has been sentenced to three years in prison for usurping the identity of the brother of Moroccan King Mohammed VI on Facebook.
Official news agency MAP said a court in Casablanca on Friday convicted Fouad Mourtada of usurping the identity of HRH Prince Moulay Rachidnd falsification of computer documents.
Mourtada's lawyers said they would appeal. They had sought to have the case thrown out on the grounds that he had been held too long in provisional custody after his arrest on February 6.
Mourtada was also fined 10,000 Moroccan dirhams ($A1,420).
The case has gained widespread attention in the North African kingdom, which has been working to modernise under King Mohammed VI.
ahhh now thats 'alisha' geoff,thanks for the info man,ill mail you when get time..the last i heard from her was from firstname.lastname@example.org ,she claimed was in hospital and her hotel manager made her scam me for the money.lol,i questioned her/him as to the fact they knew,she dissapeared and aint heard from them since,cheers:)
p.s cheers OJAS for the link to LORD,i saw that on the aussie news.