Maybe…you need a black man,” he says, his down-sloping eyes very serious.
Another go-to scam involves a taxi cab, a French man, a locked box filled with gold, and very expensive pliers.
He knows if he meets “a Saudi Arabia person,” he’s in luck.
“They don’t know what to do with money.” “Whenever we want to fraud somebody, we will know what you are worth,” Danjuma says. ” Even “how much you have in your account.” They glean all this information just by developing a tight relationship with the dupe.
He did not send money for me.” “Because you love me, then you say, ‘Okay,'” Sheye interrupts. I keep on enjoying with my girls here.” He laughs wildly.
Over the past decade or so, the United States has cracked down on Nigerian Internet scams.