Romance Scams NewAfrican Scammers Have Partners In The U.S., Canada, and the U.K.


Nigerians in the U.S. are engaged in scams as this story clearly details.

Today we spoke with the author of the article below to confirm his experience, and explore the nature of the ex-patriot Nigerian Fraudsters operating from within the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.

He confirmed that he had been a victim of a Nigerian team operating from Washington, D.C. and the U.K.

They targeted him, and he lost over $2,000 in the process.

In an ironic twist, he received very little support from Federal Authorities, including (in BofA’s case because they feared the liability that could come from supporting him in the recovery of his money).  Liability is also the thing that holds back other money transfer services from supporting victims of scams – that and the profits they make off of these frauds (just look at WesternUnion, who is pocketing Millions off of African Internet Fraud every month).

When he originally published his article, he was seeking other victims to enter into a class action lawsuit, but since NO ONE CAME FORWARD, he is following actions separately against the scammers listed in the article below.

It is clear to us, the Dr. Fayemiwo is an articulate, well spoken, professional who was tak