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Per FBI files "Nigeria 419 Fraud" (www.fbi.gov):
 
"1. If you receive a letter from Nigeria asking you to send personal or banking information, do not reply in any manner. Send the letter to the U.S. Secret Service or the FBI.
2. If you know someone who is corresponding in one of these schemes, encourage that person to contact the FBI or the U.S. Secret Service as soon as possible. "
 

Ron Hill, P.E.
HILL Consulting Engineering
Birmingham, Alabama  USA
Phone: 205.823.4784
FAX: 205.823.4145
Email: ronhill(--nospam--at)hillce.com
Efax: 509.275.8095
http:\\www.hillce.com



-----Original Message-----
From: NWB [mailto:nwblair(--nospam--at)sunbeach.net]
Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2001 10:02 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: Re: Nigerian Scam

All should disregard Nigerian Scam letters.  Just hit the delete button.  All they want is your account number and money if you are naive enough to send it.  With the advent of the internet they have penetrated into most  countries around the globe.

Nigel..

Nels Roselund wrote:

The Nigerian Scam letters are becoming fairly widely known; apparently they still catch folks though.  Snail mail letters of that sort should be taken to the post office for mail fraud investigation. Nels Roselund