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You or someone you know may be dating this person online right now. No matter how good they sound, things aren't what they appear to be.

In reality you're talking to a criminal sitting in a cybercafé with a well-rehearsed script he's used many times before.

An American lady who believed she had found love in the arms of a Nigerian Internet fraudster popularly called Yahoo-Yahoo, Jolanta Kasza, based would by now, be ruing her gullibility when the fast guy, Ndekwu Jindu, also known Dr Daniel Coffman, fleeced her of the sum of ,000 (N11,881,600), money she transferred to him to ensure he moves to the United State to join her.

In a release by the Media and Publicity Unit of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, through the head of the unit, Wilson Uwujaren, the woman, after it dawned on her that she may have been duped, petitioned the anti-graft agency and they swung into action and recovered ,886 for the New York-based Kasza.

The scammer might also tell you they can access some kind of treasure or inheritance and say that the need money to recover it, resolve legal issues or get a valuable item through customs. Charities don't solicit donations through dating websites and any stories about great riches are just a ploy to get you to make a scammer rich. Scammers will often claim they need you to send them money or they won't be able to communicate with you in the future.

They may say that they need money to access the internet, to purchase a webcam or computer, to pay for a translation service or other living expenses.

Scammers use any weakness they find to their advantage.

It's the newest evolution of the Nigerian advance fee (419) scam.

If you are over 40, recently divorced, a widow, elderly or disabled then all the better in his eyes.

I then searched the web and identified very clearly the type of brains which authored the messages.

There I discovered the international proportions of the scam letter business. STORY 1 Beginning: Early January, 2001 Mid-end February, 2001 Subject: Chief Obiofor Nwafor, son of another chief Bagudu Nwafor, Zimbabwe, victim of oppression by ZANU PF, etc – is in Spain and wants to get the special cargo arriving from South Africa with the remnants of his father assets.

I was in touch with some of the scam letter authors – just by e-mail & phone.

There were two distinct stories (or it might be the same author...) and I did not consider paying much time on them until the second group of messages arrived in my mail box.