African scams: Go south, con man - The Economist

African scams: Go south, con man

African scams: Go south, con man - The Economist
African scams: Go south, con man
Published Aug 14, 2004
406 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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Why Nigerian fraudsters now like working in South Africa "YOU want rubies! We can do business!" The anonymous caller promised a lucrative deal over the phone: stump up dollars in advance and he would produce a glittering hoard in Johannesburg....

  
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