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Judgement day-for scammers

Postby spikky » Mon Jan 17, 2011 5:05 pm

You might have had an experience with scammers online.Share your experiece and what do you think should be the purnishment for scammer?Maybe firing squad or..........??????
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Postby fw12 » Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:02 pm

There are ways to set a trap for a typical scammer, and easily catch them. But our Nigerian government is not serious about stuff like that.

I don't think capital punishment is going to stop people from engaging in 419. As long as widespread poverty exists, people are going to look into defrauding the gullible.

My solution to 419, is for Nigerians to be provided with 24/7 electricity. The truth is that most scammers engage in the despicalbe practice, because of high unemployment in Nigeria. With stable electricity however, these people could easily become multi-millionaires by just trading on the Internet.

I believe scamming would naturally disappear, if other means exist to make money. I'm not saying that these scammers can't do other things now, but it's tough to make money the way the country is currently.
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Scammers

Postby familyandfriendsfirst » Fri Feb 04, 2011 4:35 am

Scammers are worldwide now, we have many in the USA and they are not dealing with poverty, they do it for greed. It is hard to decipher online whom is begging for real or for $$$$. Many have been scammed and learned a lesson the hard way, all governments are corrupt to some degree and the wealthy rule! I am sorry for those that are truly hurting for food and basic needs but the billions the US sends to foreign countries unfortunately rarely reaches those in need.

Factories and other professional opportunities are necessary for jobs. Egypt is in chaos now and the world is watching. We are all fed up with the 'system' everywhere in the world. It is either a "Do or Die" situation and our gang bangers here are taking over. YIKES! :roll:
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Re: Scammers

Postby fw12 » Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:50 pm

familyandfriendsfirst wrote:Scammers are worldwide now, we have many in the USA and they are not dealing with poverty, they do it for greed. It is hard to decipher online whom is begging for real or for $$$$. Many have been scammed and learned a lesson the hard way, all governments are corrupt to some degree and the wealthy rule! I am sorry for those that are truly hurting for food and basic needs but the billions the US sends to foreign countries unfortunately rarely reaches those in need.

Factories and other professional opportunities are necessary for jobs. Egypt is in chaos now and the world is watching. We are all fed up with the 'system' everywhere in the world. It is either a "Do or Die" situation and our gang bangers here are taking over. YIKES! :roll:


I agree with all you have to say. Western nations are the root cause of most problems globally. They hand aid money to the UN, thinking they're helping the people. The truth is that such aid money gets sucked up in administrative expenses. Unfortunately, there is no oversight on the part of the nations that provide the aid money. So in a way, these nations are doing more harm than good by creating an environment for corruption to thrive in.

Governments are corrupt, especially western governments. They gladly accept stolen money into their financial institutions, but turn around and accuse Nigeria of corruption.

If western nations really want to help Nigeria, they won't be handing cash to the UN. Rather, they would offer to build infrastructure like electricity, clean water, etc.
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