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  • 3rd Annual Nigerian EMail Conference: A humourous look at Nigerian e-mail scams.
  • 419 Eater: Tips on scamming the scammers.
  • 419 Fun: FAQ about advance fee scams, tips for aspiring scambaiters and galleries of pictures obtained from scammers.
  • A Business Reply: Plug in name, country, and dollar amount to instantly generate a long-winded reply to dubious business proposals.
  • Adopt-a-Lad: How to fight back against advance-fee fraudsters. Scambaiting from Dublin, Ireland.
  • Dumbentia: Scamming the scammers: Attempts to trick and manipulate Nigerian 419 scammers.
  • Ebola Monkey Man: Scam-baiting site devoted to the Nigerian Advance Fee scam. Contains adult humor.
  • Fighting Back at Nigerian 419 Advance Fee Fraud Scammers: Having fun with the e-mail scammers who promise you a fortune.
  • Klaas de Vries Jr Helps: Dutch wannabe showbusiness entrepreneur Klaas de Vries Jr. does some wild scambaiting of conmen in Africa.
  • Letters From Ghana: Read how one man played along with the Nigerian email scam.
  • Nigerain Email Scam Revenge: Send scammers a fake bank account link and they are treated to a simulated computer crash and virus upload.
  • Scam Joke Page: Two co-workers string along 419 (advance fee fraud) scam artists, writing back to them under the name of David Lee Roth, president of a Fortune 1000 financial services company.
  • Scam o Rama Presents the Lads from Lagos: Archive of the first 125 attempts at advance fee fraud received by the site authors, a sarcastic FAQ on the scam, law enforcement and news links, and fighting crime with humor.
  • Scamjunky: Join Dick Pleasure and his friends as he winds up Nigerian 419 scam artists by e-mail.
  • The KMAN Site: A website dedicated to baiting Nigerian 419 scam artists.
  • The Kizombe Correspondence: Transcript of correspondence between the site owner and a perpetrator of the Nigerian email scam.
  • The Sani Abacha Fraud: An insight to a fraudulent email campaign.
  • What's the Bloody Point ??: Site for turning the tables on Nigerain fraud scammers by stringing them along.

 

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