Nigerians wear sunglasses in their Facebook photos bcos
Nigerians wear sunglasses in their Facebook photos bcos....
Nigerians wear sunglasses in their Facebook photos bcos they think they are cool and also, for some, becos they have a shady past.
Nigerian scammers associate with other scammers on their Facebook pages. If they have been discovered, they have been known to change their last name to their first to avoid lifelong consequences from their scorned lovers.
Their Facebook outlook displays their tastes for Blackberry phones, alcohol preferences, designer clothing such as Gucci and Ralph Lauren, they love the Bible and their mothers, one scammer has Stop Child Abuse Today outlook and many connected with scams display religious praise and worship sites on their outlook such as Jesus Daily and Pastor Adeboye. Islam is also followed in the background but not proclaimed with their Christian outlook on Facebook..
The scammer's outlook regarding their expression of love for their mother is notably an area that is shared amongst their scammer friends.
They also have friends who are internet satellite providers. Facebook Detector below: insert email address.
Romance scammers create their own Facebook groups to further their scamming careers. They meet, transact, advertise, make announcements and connect with each other. They photograph their new purchases to others on their Facebook pages. Some will even go as far as to place a photo of their "mugu" on their Facebook page along with their treasures.
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