SCARS™ Special Report: A Glimpse Into Professional Scamming In Nigeria

SCARS™ Special Report: A Glimpse Into Professional Scamming In Nigeria


Do you want to see the way scammers work today?

They work in office buildings, with parking garages. They have lunchrooms. They have health benefits. They have recruiters and HR departments. They commute to work!

They have financial couriers that fly to Malaysia and Hong Kong constantly to do their banking,

The independent scammers are the ones that get arrested. The Yahoo Boys are just street thugs that can’t fit into the corporate cartel world. They are constantly sacrificed for the press and government officials.

The Governments Just See These As Large Call/Contact Centers Working Right In The Open With No Supervision

You can even find them listed in directories of outsourcing companies (to maintain their covers).

The real major cartels are never arrested or placed at risk. They pay too much to government officials for protection. This is big business on a global scale.

This Is The New Reality Of Scamming The World Over:

UPDATE August 2018: We have learned that one such center in Nigeria has completely moved to Mauritius, but overall they are expanding in place – with one exception. As a result of the work of SCARS in China, with the extablishment of offices in Guangdong, the Chinese Minitry of Security is working diligently to remove them from within China too!


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  1. Patricia Marr July 19, 2018 at 1:46 am - Reply

    i was scamed and lost my home and all my money now i am on the verg of being homeless i sold every thing i owned and my home and sent him the money.Ace Lambert in Afganistan so he said

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team July 19, 2018 at 2:05 am - Reply

      Unfortunately, this is the outcome for many victims. There is some financial assistance available for victims to will cover support services, and some local communities have emergency financial assistance available to keep you in your home. The problem is that you must first report this to your local police and get a report number, then you get the ball rolling. See our Guide on Financial Assistance.

    • Gina July 21, 2018 at 12:07 am - Reply

      I’m so sorry Patricia. It really hurts my heart. I know that you just want to be loved. These people are devils.

  2. Anonymous June 28, 2018 at 9:47 am - Reply

    Its simple to avoid the scammers, I learned my lesson. The minute they ask for a dollar drop them like a hot potato

  3. Vesna M June 28, 2018 at 9:37 am - Reply

    This is bloody unbelivable! They soon might have an union to protect them as well!
    Seeing this, a conclusion that obviously noone cares for their victims is unavoidable! So many lives have been distroyed due to these human waste, Sure, victims were naive, but has any social network provider (whom I see as complice to theses scumbags) been charged for neglectance??

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