Nigerian Scam Alert

I’ve had two very similar experiences happen to me in the last two weeks that I thought I would share so others can avoid getting scammed.

First time I was walking up Suk Soi 11 and I saw two Nigerian guys walking up the street on the opposite side.  One began to cross the street making sure to take an angle that had him ending up on my side as he crossed.  He introduced himself as Jacob and asked mine.  I gave him the first name that popped into my head, Steve, and he told me “Oh, that’s a very interesting name.”  Bullshit it’s an interesting name.

Then his friend crosses and starts walking behind us.  I turn into a foot massage joint and they keep walking past.  I was planning on getting a massage anyway but these guy helped me pick the first one I came across 🙂

I saw both of the guys walking back and forth on the connecting road between Soi 11 and Soi 15 and up and down Soi 11.  I have no idea what they’re up to but is seems dodgey as all hell.

Then about a week later I was leaving my hotel and was walking down that same connecting street between 11 and 15 and two different guys do the same exact thing.  One crosses over and starts trying to make small talk and the other one comes up behind.  Fortunately, I was less than a block away from the cleaner where I was picking up my clothes so I didn’t have to get another foot massage.

If anyone knows exactly what this scam is please post it here.  I’ve never seen Nigerians hanging out much on Soi 11 but they seem to be slowly migrating up from Soi 5 which they’ve made their home.

And just to get this out of the way . . . I don’t consider myself racist.  I don’t care if it was two Thais, two Americans, or two Brits, what these guys are doing is seriously unsettling and intimidating.  The fact that I saw two different groups doing it tells me that it’s something organized.

Now, they could be well intentioned missionaries trying to show me the path to God but if that’s how they train their people then they need a new director of training.  Any way you look at it I don’t want them talking to me or following me.

42 thoughts on “Nigerian Scam Alert

  • December 17, 2008 at 4:21 am
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    A couple of weeks ago something similiar happened to me at soi 11.

    Two nigerian guys came up and first asked for directions to a hotel, and when I tried to leave they started trying some other stuff to keep me in one spot.

    Neither one tried to come up behind me though, and they didn’t follow.

    I’ve also noticed a couple of african street walkers around that area at night, so there might be some connection.

  • December 19, 2008 at 1:32 am
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    I saw another pair of Nigerians on Soi 11 again today. They started with “Isn’t today a beautiful day?” and I just ignored them and crossed the street.

  • April 23, 2009 at 2:26 pm
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    Spoke to 2 African looking guys claiming to be from some civil war ravaged African nation in New Wave (soi7). Soon emerged that they were looking for business contacts in Thailand to help move there money overseas.
    Although I did not hang around it certainly sounded like a verbal version of a Nigerian scam letter was emerging.
    They also did mention that they were staying in soi 11.

  • December 1, 2009 at 6:10 pm
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    Has anybody heard about human trafficking of women involving nigerians from bangkok

  • February 23, 2010 at 8:10 am
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    You all are nothing but a piece of shits. How the hell did you guys know that those guys are Nigerians? Or are trying to tell me that all black guys in Thailand are Nigerians? Why is that when anyone come across anything that seems like scam they it’s Nigerians? Are Nigerians the only scam people? Those guys you idiots must have came across are Liberian guys and some cameroonian, Nigerians don’t have time for cheap scams in Thailand. Moreover you motherfucking white asses are the people that does scams more than the african guys. Fuck you all fools…

  • February 23, 2010 at 8:36 am
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    And for you asshole talking about human trafficking, is Nigeria the first or last doing this trafficking shit? tell me your country is exceptional…stupid haters.

  • February 23, 2010 at 10:19 am
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    @Jay: How the hell do you know he wasn’t Nigerian? You seem to know a little too much about the nationalities of those running various kinds of scams. I love how you’re upset at the guys being tagged as Nigerians but quick at the keyboard to push them off onto Liberia and Cameroon. Aren’t you doing the same exact thing (with a lot more cursing which only demonstrates your ignorance)?

    And nobody said Nigeria was the first or last. The person asked if anyone had heard of any human trafficking involving Nigerians. Would you be calling him a stupid hater if he asked if anyone had heard of any human trafficking involving Russians?

    People who respond like you do, always indignant and reading intent into what others say, are usually the true racists and haters. You either denounce racism entirely (like going around on message boards and defending Russians) or you’re basically defending your own while you could give a crap about actual racism.

  • February 23, 2010 at 10:40 am
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    @Ruai: Listen! am not trying to pass it on to the Liberians or Cameroonians, i have been living in Thailand for 18 months now, am an international student here. I have made research on this Nigerian problems here in Thailand and found out that those guys you see on the streets following people and trying to scam them are never from Nigeria which is what my research told me and i don’t see the reason why anyone would think that all black guys they come across here would be a Nigerian. Infact why the hell would they just focus on Nigerians only? Just as that guy came here with a Nigerian human trafficking as if it’s his fucking first time to hear about human trafficking which started from the western people.

    People should focus on the crimes involving all nationalities (the world) and not just focus on Nigeria alone. i am never a racist, i have friends that are from different part of the world and my girlfriend is even a Russian, my sister got married to an intalian, that’s to show you my family is never a racist family and i can tell you that my country is not a racist country as i have seen how they handle foreigners in my country…Am a Nigerian and am proud to be one. The way people call Nigeria in crimes is really destroying the image of Nigeria and the good citizens in it..crime is all over the world and all country got crimes in it, let them deal with the crimes in their countries before looking into other countries. Leave Nigeria alone, we’re not the worse crime country in the world and we are not even asking anyone to like us.

  • February 23, 2010 at 11:11 am
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    @Jay: Well, I find it surprising that you felt a need to research this problem if it’s so obvious that these guys aren’t Nigerians. I assume you do not work for some NGO so this research obviously was something you took on yourself which begs the question of why.

    And as much as you may not like it, Nigeria has a worldwide reputation for being the capital of scams. The whole email hoax thing with needing to get millions of dollars out of the country started in Nigeria and still thrives there today. Yes, it’s spread to other countries but it’s still seen as primarily a Nigerian scam.

    So for people to assume that someone who is obviously on some sort of scam is Nigerian due to similar looks and often accents which others can’t distinguish from country to country seems rather normal. As an American many people can’t distinguish between me and a Canadian. Should I call people racist because they should be able to tell the difference?

    I can appreciate that you’re proud of your country but you also can’t deny what is a fact. I’m sure Germans don’t like people bringing up WWII but it happened. I’m sure every country would like to erase the bad and only focus on the good but we can’t pick how other people perceive us. Just like Thailand. Every day I hear Thai women complaining about their image overseas yet there’s Soi Cowboy, Nana, and Patpong openly welcoming sex tourists to take a spin. It’s only unfair if it’s untrue.

    And, you’re reading way too much into the guy’s question about human trafficking and also demonstrating your own ignorance on the subject. First off, he didn’t say that there was any. He asked if anybody had heard of any. It’s common knowledge that many people come to Thailand and trick the girls into force prostitution back in other countries. In fact, it’s mostly an Asian thing (Japan stands on here). Some do end up in western countries but most of what I’ve heard is Asian on Asian. Much like Russian and Ukrainian girls usually end up in western countries and you don’t see many in Thailand (there are a few eastern european hookers in Asia but not enough to even make a dent in the amount of Asian women available).

    So, not only do you not even know that human trafficking in Asia is more likely to be kept within Asia but human trafficking goes back as long as people have been on earth. It wasn’t started by westerners. It was around during Old Testament days (remember Moses?).

    So when someone asks if anybody has heard of any trafficking of Thais to Nigeria it’s just that, a question. If it was common knowledge or something that was routinely in the press there would be no need to ask.

    And the reason one might focus on Nigerians is . . . look at the title of this post. It’s a post about Nigerian scams.

  • February 23, 2010 at 11:56 am
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    Yes i do not work for any NGO. I went into the research as i heard too many stories about Nigerians living in Thailand when i first arrive in this country, being an international student it troubles me when someone ask me where are you from and i said am Nigerian and they will like hmmm…shits like that..so decided to know exactly what Nigerians does in this country that makes people look at us all as bad..after my research i found that 53% of scammers in this country are africans from other countries, while 5% are Nigerians and 45% are from other western countries and Russians as well…i know very well that the scam email stuffs started from Nigeria but today the most countries that does it are not from Nigeria which i also do receive all the time.

    I was once tried to get scammed by Australians using this email scam stuff, but i can’t fall for it as i know there’s no more truth on the internet and am not ready to bag into any opportunity through the internet or what i don’t know of

    And that guy made the comment of human trafficking of women involving Nigerians as part of the hates and you are also showing off your ignorance by not understanding why he made that comment..why didn’t he talk about other country than Nigeria? Besides 99% of the african prostitutes you see in Thailand are not Nigerians and that is why i won’t accept people thinking all african crimes are Nigerian. Am not saying Nigerian girls are not involve in prostitution but not in Thailand. All those african girls you see standing in nana and wherever are not Nigerians, they are mostly Ugandans and Liberians and Nigeria don’t have same look or accents as other africans except if you can’t differenciate blacks.

    And the reason why the title of this post is about Nigerian scams is with the first post of the guy that claims the two african guys he met are Nigerian scammers, although he don’t even know if they were really scammers or not. Now tell me why would someone post about something he’s not sure of?? as his last statements don’t sound too sure.

  • February 24, 2010 at 9:35 am
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    @Jay. It seems to me that you are the hater. It is a known fact that a lot of scam artists come from Nigeria. Why dont you take your stupid fucking ass back to where ever you come from and stop spreading your germs around BKK. Fuck you too asshole!

  • February 24, 2010 at 2:32 pm
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    @bkkbanks: FUCK YOU, FUCK YOUR MOTHER IF YOU GOT ANY, FUCK YOUR FATHER IF YOU ALSO GOT ANY AND IF YOU’RE NOT EVEN A BASTARD, FUCK YOUR BORTHERS AND SISTERS IF YOU GOT ANY. FUCK YOUR LIFE AND FUCK YOUR FAMILY. DICKHEAD, ASSHOLE, MOTHERFUCKER, VULTURE HEAD. IDIOT!!!

  • February 26, 2010 at 9:16 am
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    @jay…its spelled brothers not borthers you fool and vulture head is a good one too! I can already tell talking with you would be a real experience. You IDIOT!

  • February 27, 2010 at 9:38 am
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    @bkkbanks: ohhh what a shameless fool you are. This is internet and pc, when someone makes a mistake typing over the internet does not mean they can’t spell and no one would ever deny they never made an error typing with computer not even a JERK like you. Now you still remain the original vulture head and typical IDIOT!

  • March 5, 2010 at 10:50 am
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    @jay: just joking about everything. would you like to catch up for a beer sometime?

  • March 24, 2010 at 11:40 pm
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    Nigerians are among the least trustworthy people on the planet. They often come up and say “HEY MAN, WHAT would you like?” I’d love it if they left drug dealing to Thai’s.

    Want to improve Nigeria’s image? Well I guess they should stop committing crimes all over the world.

    I wish Thai immigration would do a giant cleanup operation from Nana-Thong Lor and deport them all.

    Easy to find them, Suk 3, 3-1, 5. Often seen on the BTS late at night with their little man bags of goodies.

  • March 25, 2010 at 11:53 am
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    You are just now getting it? The 419 crowd has been at this for 30 years!!

  • July 23, 2010 at 2:38 am
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    I don’t care where these pieces of crap are from. Over the past 2 1/2 years I’ve noticed a steady and fast increase of sketchy African men standing around the lower Suk area. They are not tourists. They stand on the streets day and night, casing the non Thais that walk by. They approach tourists and offer to sell drugs, counterfeit currency and even use several large men to try and intimidate passers by into staying and talking with them.

    They’ve taken over the corner on Soi 4 and Suk. They’ve taken over soi 11 and even soi 7 & 8 at times. They’ve also been seen many times in Gullivers trying to run their scams, sometimes using an African lady to try and entice falang men to come talk with their pimps.

    The Thais are being fools for letting these guys get a foot hold in Bangkok. Over the past 5 months I’ve noticed a sharp increase in the same types in Pattaya. First there was an increase in African prostitutes working on the streets, then in the clubs. Now there are dozens of sketchy looking African guys in the area trying to chat up tourists with phony money transfer scams and selling drugs.

    I hope to God that the local Pattaya Thais wake up and rub them out before they get some bullshit “mafia” going here as they have in Bangkok. I’m amazed that the Thais are letting them run these scams under their noses. I’m also amazed that the Thai mafias aren’t swatting them like flies for stepping into their territory.

    It’s bad enough you have to worry about getting scammed or robbed by Thais but now you have “tourists” from African countries working in groups to scam you as well.

  • July 23, 2010 at 12:57 pm
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    Someone should make up a list of scams that these feckers get up to. Everyday I’m getting emails from these dipshits and it’s the same fecking thing; the Nigerian loans scam or some derivative of that.

    There’s also the down and out girl in some fecking refugee camp in East Africa. Their emails always begin the same way “Hello my dearest” If it wasn’t so fucking pathetic you’d laugh at it.

    If there’s any Nigerians reading this, I’ve got a question for you lot; why are you guys consistently the laziest, dodgiest, corrupt fuckers on this planet. The reason these guys do what they do – scam, lie and cheat – is because they’re to fucking lazy to go and do an honest days graft. No doubt I’ll be labelled a racist but what I’m talking about has nothing to do with racism and everything to do with people not choosing to live their lives in an honest, decent way.

  • July 25, 2010 at 1:37 am
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    My best mate is Nigerian. I’m English. I’m a whitey. I’ve known him for 32 years. I know about the scams too. Longer than you. I can tell you what I do when blokes come up to me with scheming scams. Black or white. No holds barred. No running away. No pussy footing. No excuses. No finger pointing. No talk. No questions. Thanks though for pointing it out. For warred. Cheers.

  • July 26, 2010 at 10:57 am
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    This is another one that that turned up in my spam box this morning. Bloody hillarious it is. Don’t these dipshits get it? We’re not all gullible bloody fools. It’s good entertainment value though and I’ve started saving them in a file entitled “Nigerian comedy”

    My Dearest,

    I am writing this mail to you With due respect trust and humanity, i appeal to you to exercise a little patience and read through my letter i feel quite safe dealing with you in this important business , honestly i am writing this email to you with pains, tears and sorrow from my heart, i will really like to have a good relationship with you and i have a special reason why i decided to contact you, i decided to contact you due to the urgency of my situation,

    My name is Miss Mercy Batista Tagme Na Waie a 25 years old female from the Republic of Guinea Bissau, the daughter of Late General Batista Tagme Na Waie. My late father was the chief of staff of the army of Guinea-Bissau. On March 1, 2009, My late father was killed in a bomb attack when the military’s headquarters were attacked. What led to the cold blood killing is still unclear but I know that my father life was the target. You can read more about my father in the bbc link below. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/ tol/news/world/africa/ article5829228.ece

    I am constrained to contact you because of the maltreatment which I am receiving from my step mother. She planned to take away all my late father’s treasury and properties from me since the unexpected death of my beloved Father. Meanwhile I wanted to travel away but she hide away my international passport and other valuable documents. Luckily she did not discover where I kept my father’s File which contained important documents. Now I am presently staying in the refugee camp Mission here in Burkina Faso. I am seeking for long term relationship and investment assistance. My Father of blessed memory deposited the sum of US$ 8.5 USD Million in one bank in Burkina Faso with my name as the next of kin.

    I had contacted the Bank to clear the deposit but the Branch Manager told me that being a refugee, my status and according to the law does not authorize me to carry out the operation and again according to the instruction my late Father pass to them that i most present a foreign partner who will stand on my behalf as a trustee. However, he advised me to provide a trustee who will stand on my behalf.

    Therefore, I decide to seek for your help in transferring the money into your bank account while I will relocate to your country and settle down with you and complete my studies while you will help me and invest the fund. As you indicated your interest to help me I will give you the account number and the contact of the bank where my late beloved father deposited the money with my name as the next of kin. It is my intention to compensate you with 40% of the total money for your assistance and the balance shall be my investment in any profitable venture which you will recommend to me as have no any idea about foreign investment. Please all communications should be through this email address only for confidential purposes.

    Thanking you a lot in anticipation of your quick response. I will give you details in my next mail after receiving your acceptance mail to help me.

    Yours sincerely,
    Mercy Batista Tagme

  • July 26, 2010 at 11:37 am
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    @MEGALITHIC: what makes you so confident that this scam email is coming from a Nigerian? When did Guinea Bissau and Burkina Faso became Nigeria? Following what the scammer wrote, it started from the Republic of Guinea Bissau and ended in a refugee camp in Burkina Faso. That is a clear clue that the scammer is in Burkina Faso and probably a Burkina Faso. Get your facts straight mehn, face reality and stop the hate.

  • July 26, 2010 at 1:01 pm
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    And how do we really know it’s originating from Gineau Bissau? Because they said so LOL. For fucks sake man, are you that naive. These guys know that any mention of the word Nigeria has people looking sideways. Jesus, that could say Timbuktu and it wouldn’t matter. It’s just the Nigerian loans scam with a different angle. BTW it’s note hate at all. It’s affection for providing me with such a good belly laugh.

  • August 22, 2010 at 4:56 pm
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    I met some nice Nigerians on Sukhumvit soi 3, they had lots of money but lacked the ability to contact wholesale exporters here in Thailand. I took them to an Internet cafe and a quick search in Google gave us a few good leads and we were off deal making for which they paid me a very nice commission.

    All nationalities are behind email scams, Africans perhaps get more fame because there are not many white email scammers caught here in Thailand. The last big farang bust that I can remember is that Alex Winstone chap that tried to blackmail Tesco for a million pounds. These Nigerians were amazed by my Google demonstration and grateful too, I was glad to see that they were really honest guys.

    Most of the scammers that I met around Nana are into stuff like “need customs fee scam” and have “cheap smuggled gold to sell scam”, these guys are mostly Liberian at the moment. Gangs come and go on Nana, the Nigerians held fort for a small time before the Liberians outbid them. Before the Africans it was the Uzbeki and other Soviet state mafias bidding for the Nana corner.

    Apart from build and language Liberians are different from Nigerians in that they are not afraid to go and meet their foreign victims around town. Now that the Liberians are controlling Nana scams I wonder what happened to the softcore Nigerian doggybag hustlers.

    Who will take Nana next? Ugandans? Sudanese? Kenya? or maybe they wont be African, maybe they will be Philipino, Slovakian or Columbian? or might the Nigerians make a come back and take Nana back from the Liberians?

  • August 23, 2010 at 2:04 pm
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    At last someone with brains. Cyril Hopkins your comment is the only truth and clear fact of the present scam situation in Thailand…

  • September 14, 2010 at 3:06 am
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    I just found an interesting video that confirms my statement that the Liberians are commiting the street scams with help with Guineans. The media ran a stories recently about an Italian scammed by the Liberian of Bangkok. A Guinean drug dealer was arrested in Ramkamheng too making news too.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZL_U3NycLE

    Hopefully there will be more of these videos – hint hint

    Note that I appreciate that this is a blog about African scammers but an English guy begged for 500 baht to go to the airport coz a bargirl ripped him off, 6 months later he asks me again for 500 baht – he scarpered like the spineless creature that he is! Be warned this British scammer works outside Emporium, Villa and in BTS stations – dont give him 500 Baht he is a British chop your dolla scamma
    Cyril Hopkins recently posted..Testing- testingYouTube begins trial of new live streaming platform

  • September 14, 2010 at 1:38 pm
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    07/01 Bangkok – Tchatchiw Vivien Vico, 26, from Cameroon, and Wilson Yancym, 29, from Liberia, were arrested at the Plaza Athenee hotel after a complaint from Maurizio Bottore, an Italian national who claimed the gang had swindled him out of 2.6 million baht.

    The Italian said he was duped into paying 2.6 million baht for a “special chemical” to spray on blackened pieces of paper to turn them into US bank notes. He was told the blackened notes were supplied by US authorities for smuggling into Liberia to fund activities of rebel groups there.

    Also seized in the arrest were stacks of black paper the size of a US bank note, police said. The suspects were also charged with bribery after they offered to give the police 400,000 baht in cash and gold in exchange for their release.

    Amporn Adjay, 34, and Wandee Pothong, 27, were arrested as accomplices when they handed the bribe to the police on behalf of the suspects.
    Cyril Hopkins recently posted..Testing- testingYouTube begins trial of new live streaming platform

  • September 17, 2010 at 6:05 am
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    ye cannae scam an honest man.

  • September 24, 2010 at 9:37 am
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    @Jay. I kind of like your side. I am a reporter following up on this issue. Could you please PM me at alezxc2003 at yahoo.com. I need to publish a piece to clear this issue, at least among a niche reader.

  • September 27, 2010 at 9:51 pm
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    have read all the complain and comment of everybody here we don’t need to fight over all these issue. I’m a Nigerian i work as a banker in Nigeria i have never had any international passport more or less of thinking of travel abroad. But, what made me to come across of this site was due to regular mail scam alert on my email. HERE IS THE RECENT ONE
    My Dearest,

    I am writing this mail to you With due respect trust and humanity, i appeal to you to exercise a little patience and read through my letter i feel quite safe dealing with you in this important business , honestly i am writing this email to you with pains, tears and sorrow from my heart, i will really like to have a good relationship with you and i have a special reason why i decided to contact you, i decided to contact you due to the urgency of my situation,

    My name is Miss Mercy Batista Tagme Na Waie a 25 years old female from the Republic of Guinea Bissau, the daughter of Late General Batista Tagme Na Waie. My late father was the chief of staff of the army of Guinea-Bissau. On March 1, 2009, My late father was killed in a bomb attack when the military’s headquarters were attacked. What led to the cold blood killing is still unclear but I know that my father life was the target. You can read more about my father in the bbc link below. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/africa/article5829228.ece

    I am constrained to contact you because of the maltreatment which I am receiving from my step mother. She planned to take away all my late father’s treasury and properties from me since the unexpected death of my beloved Father. Luckily she did not discover where I kept my father’s File which contained important documents. Now I am presently staying in the refugee camp Mission here in Burkina Faso. I am seeking for long term relationship and investment assistance. My Father of blessed memory deposited the sum of US$ 8.5 USD Million in one bank in Burkina Faso with my name as the next of kin.

    I had contacted the Bank to clear the deposit but the Branch Manager told me that being a refugee, my status and according to the law does not authorize me to carry out the operation and again according to the instruction my late Father pass to them that i most present a foreign partner who will stand on my behalf as a trustee. However, he advised me to provide a trustee who will stand on my behalf.

    Therefore, I decide to seek for your help in transferring the money into your bank account while I will relocate to your country and settle down with you and complete my studies while you will help me and invest the fund. As you indicated your interest to help me I will give you the account number and the contact of the bank where my late beloved father deposited the money with my name as the next of kin. It is my intention to compensate you with 40% of the total money for your assistance and the balance shall be my investment in any profitable venture which you will recommend to me as have no any idea about foreign investment. Please all communications should be through this email address only for confidential purposes.
    Thanking you a lot in anticipation of your quick response. I will give you details in my next mail after receiving your acceptance mail to help me.
    Yours sincerely,
    Mercy Batista Tagme.

    MANY MANY OF MESSAGES LIKE THIS WHEN I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO AGAIN I STARTED LOOKING FOR THE FACE OF PEOPLE THAT ANSWER THAT NAME ON………..BEFORE BING WEB RESULT LEAD ME TO THIS SITE. AS AM WRITING NOW I HAVE MORE THAN TEN DIFFERENT MAIL IN MY E-MAIL BOX FROM ONE AFRICAN BANK IN BURKINA FASO.WE NEED NOT TO FIGHT ABOUT THIS BUT ,TO LOOK FOR THE SOLUTION. I KNOW THAT NIGERIAN ARE ALL OVER THE PLACES IN THE WORLD AND ABOUT 95% ARE GOOD AMBASSADOR AS YOU ALL WE AGREE TO THAT. WE WELCOME FOREIGNERS HERE IN NIGERIA EVERY DAY INCLUDING FOREIGN INVESTORS IF NIGERIA IS BAD THEY CAN NEVER THINK OF COME DOWN TO NIGERIA FOR BILLIONS OF INVESTMENT. @ JAY, AM SO SORRY ITS AFRICAN OR BEING A BLACK PERSON AND YOU GREAT COUNTRY YOU ARTE TRY TO PROTECT HIS IMAGE THAT MADE YOU RECEIVE THE LITTLE INSULT FROM BKKBANK .BUT, SEE WHAT fiedee, Bkklover and Cyril Hopkins SAID ABOUT NIGERIAN. LET ALL STAND NOW AND FIGHT THIS TOGETHER ……………………BYE ONE LOVE

  • December 10, 2010 at 6:42 pm
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    @Stacey Not a Nigerian blog Just a scam my friend was involved in and I decided to out the bastards. It’s set them back on their asses though.

  • January 11, 2011 at 11:30 am
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    Nigeria needs to be hit by an Atomic Bomb

  • February 9, 2011 at 12:21 am
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    There are rumors that a Yorouba Minister from the Nigerian Embassy is moving around with a dubious character called Jerry who is a drug dealer working with Thai narcotics police. This minister is reportedly using the services of Thai prostitutes. Can anyone reveal further details about these Nigerian Ogas?

  • September 16, 2011 at 2:38 am
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    Why don’t y’all Fucka’z go flush dem out yourselves??? Bloody stinky White diseased bloodzzz!!! I fucking hate y’all diseased white blood cells but i love to f**k your ladies though…
    Greedy Fools fall for Nigerian Scams and come to think of it…You stinky white asses are the ones that patronize the African drug peddlers you talk ’bout….
    Bloody JUNKIEZZZZ!!!

  • February 3, 2012 at 5:47 pm
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    I would never ever condone racism as it is WRONG full stop! There are many many kind genuine people in Nigeria.. but then there are these people “Why don’t y’all Fucka’z go flush dem out yourselves??? Bloody stinky White diseased bloodzzz!!! I fucking hate y’all diseased white blood cells but i love to f**k your ladies though…
    Greedy Fools fall for Nigerian Scams and come to think of it…You stinky white asses are the ones that patronize the African drug peddlers you talk ’bout….
    Bloody JUNKIEZZZZ!!!” YOU BRING SHAME UPON YOUR BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY!!!!

  • February 9, 2012 at 6:19 pm
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    my best friend works there in Nigeria.. from what he says, it is a horrible place especially if you are white..nuke the place he said it would be better for the rest of the world..

  • February 10, 2012 at 6:49 am
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    @Steve your friend is very stupid. he says Nigeria is a horrible place yet he’s working there. you are even more stupid to call such person your best friend. “nuke the place he said it would be better for the rest of the world” i cant remember Nigeria as a country troubling the world like most of the western countries are doing. I don’t know what country you’re from but i’d tell you your country is ashamed to have you as one of its citizen. Stupid Fool…

  • December 6, 2012 at 11:29 am
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    first off im from the us and have many black friends, infact when i was young i stayed with my friend and his family for years, they were african american..

    sorry if this offends anyone but THE TRUTH is 99.9% of nigerians walking around sukhumvit, literally all of them that stay there or in thailand in general are there for 1 reason only… sell drugs.

    they simply talk with foreigners in hopes to get new customers…

    thais wont even give well educated farangs a job other than teaching so what do you think the large community of nigerians do here for work honestly.. they dont scam or rob foreigners on a large scale, definitely not in person as that would hurt thailands tourism and would not be tolerated.

    what is tolerated is them selling to foreigners and eventually each and every one of them gets shook down, sent to jail, than nigeria..this is why theres 700+ of them in thai jail as i speak. one goes away, 2 new show up..honestly they should just ban them from thailand, if you think im a racist or something go read first line of my message again. have a nice day

  • December 23, 2012 at 7:40 pm
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    the problems is also that black men from Nigeia or elsewhere, pretend to be us citizien when speak to thai women, soto be more interesting and have more chances of any kind
    how about that nice thai teacher from isan who went to bangkok to meet a us black man ….who for sure was not from usa but big lier and the reason to meet her in hotel room was to steal her gold which she naivily showed on webcam and her money and killed her in the hotel room
    I also dont like to discriminate on race or skin, but information must be given….so thai women, be very carefull and less interest for richness when meet farangs who you are not 100 per cent sure who he is

  • December 25, 2012 at 2:18 am
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    the young teacher was from aprimary school in small village near the town of Sawang Daen Din, about 60 kms from udon thani and this real happened after chatting with black man who pretended to be us man but most probably from some african countryes

  • July 2, 2016 at 2:28 am
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    I was also disturbed by theses people’s. I asked what is there problem and why they want to talk to me. They said if I need any help, I said no. They followed me and asked again f I need any help. I said no, and have asked them what help u offer. Finally they said, they have drugs such as cocaine, hi-ace etc. I said sorry, plz don’t follow me I am not interested. Then they followed their way.

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