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So say you have been duped by a Nigerian scammer and you contact the Nigerian police for help.

Armed with their fake identity, the scammer proceeds to forge a bond with you.They often communicate with you for weeks and months so you think you are getting to know them better while it is actually all part of their master plan.The money could be cash, gold bullion, blood diamonds, gold dust, checks etc.The sums usually run up to millions of dollars with the victim being promised a huge chunk of it for their "help".While online dating sites work hard to eliminate scammers from their sites, unfortunately some continue to be very deceptive and get past the fraud checks so it is important to be aware of what a potential scammer might attempt to do.

Nobody wants to be scammed yet most people are not quite sure what to look out for.These scammers know immigration rules and regulations well and might even cite some sort of visa requirement as their reason for requesting money.You might find their reasons actually check out and send them the money but in all likelihood, you have been scammed of your money.This breed of scams has been around for a very long time and is known as the advance fee fraud.It has various names such as the Nigerian 419, Nigerian money offer, the Spanish prisoner etc.Nigeria and Ghana are notorious for their scammers and hence most people probably wouldn’t pursue a relationship with someone from one of these countries.