... From: To: Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2002 11:34 AM Subject: Nigerian Advanced Fraud (aka 419 Scam) Tracking
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, Jan 31, 2002
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Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2002 11:34 AM
Subject: Nigerian Advanced Fraud (aka 419 Scam) Tracking Service
> We have been commissioned by the Nigerian government, through the Nigeria
High Commission in the United Kingdom, to set up an Internet based service
to track Nigerian related Advanced Fee Fraud (aka 419) affiliated crimes.
> The objectives of the service are:
> 1. To keep the public informed about the types of Nigerian based Advanced
Fee Fraud crime being perpetrated on the general public, and give them
advice on how to detect such crimes.
> 2. To provide the public with a forum to report such crimes with the aim
of collecting evidence and disseminating it to the relevant authorities with
a view of apprehending the criminals.
> We are soliciting advice from the general public pertaining to the set-up
of this service. In particular we are interested in what sort of information
the public think should be available on the site. The service will be going
live in the first week of Feburary 2002.
> If you have any suggestions please reply to info@....
> Webmaster Nigeria.com
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