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You know this man?
He's African Con-Cheater:

His talent as a Con-Man makes him luring people into a "business-partnership" with him that will allow him to withdraw all money you have deposited into "His" account.

If you help bring him to justice, you will receive 50% of the recovered money. Too bad he's probably already spent it all!

Sent in by Norbert Harms, to whom lovemeadow.com is registered.
Categories: Con Artists
Posted by The Curator on Tue Jul 22, 2008
Comments (5)
Hey alex is he by any chance south african because i got emails something like that
I had a thread about it but it was closed...
Posted by Silvar  in  Philipines  on  Tue Jul 22, 2008  at  05:36 AM
The 419 scam isn't new, nor particularly unique... and "SOLO FADIGO" is certainly not the crook's real name. He's probably not even in Uganda.

Haven't seen many 419 victims putting up their own "WANTED!" posters though.
Posted by Cleanser  in  seeing too many scam victims...  on  Tue Jul 22, 2008  at  09:17 AM
Why does the wanted page sound like one of the 419 letters in reverse?

"If you will be interested, the reward will be 50% to you if you can help me recover the monies on my behalf."
Posted by KDP  on  Tue Jul 22, 2008  at  10:18 AM
If he's a "Con-Cheater" doesn't that mean he goes after 'Cons'? Shouldn't he be a "ConMan/Cheater"?
Posted by Marshall  in  oc  on  Tue Jul 22, 2008  at  02:17 PM
NBC's Dateline did a few shows on these Nigerian money-scams. They actually pursued the emails they received, all the way to the actual meeting of these scammers in person. It was fascinating to see how dedicated these criminals are at actually getting their hands on as much of your money as they possibly could - in other words, if you were willing to keep "investing" in fees and such, they kept coming up with more reasons they needed more of your money to "complete the transaction" so you'd get YOUR payoff... Watching 'em run when they found out they were being filmed for television was the funniest thing to watch though...
Posted by Christopher  in  Warm, sunny Florida...  on  Sun Jul 27, 2008  at  11:47 AM
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