Thursday, August 13, 2009

Nigerian Voodoo

You know those Nigerian scam Emails you get? Yep, they use voodoo to get new magas. I'm impressed -- the price of powders is even higher than here in the states!

At times, Banjo said, he has traveled six hours to the forest, where a magician sells scam-boosters. A $300 powder supposedly helps scammers "speak with authority" when demanding payment. A powder, rubbed on the face, reportedly makes victims viewing the scammer through webcams powerless to say no.

"No matter what, they will pay," said Olumide, a college student, adding that he is boosting his romance scams by wearing a magical, live tortoise hanging from a cord around his neck.
Rest of article here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/08/06/AR2009080603764_3.html


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