A little bit extreme, no? But this appears to be a new route Nigerian scammers are taking. Instead of the classic email containing promises of $43,000,000, there are new scams that play to people’s emotions and no longer their greed. Scammers are asking for donations to help pay for the expenses to ship struggling dogs out of poor under developed countries. However, instead of a dog, you’ll receive a nice loss in your savings account. If you receive one of these emails, simply delete it immediately. I can assure you that the imaginary dog will make it by just fine.

It looks to me like scammers are evolving. Always be weary.

Read more about the scam here.

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Last Updated: October 16, 2007

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  • Keri1963
    Keri1963
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    Right on Joe……………lol

  • Keri1963
    Keri1963
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    NOW…….this takes the cake, and Matt are you that dumb???

    Send me the money and I will save a cat………jessssssssssh

  • Joe
    Joe
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    Yes, Matt. Send it to me and I’ll take care of that for you.

  • Matt
    Matt
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    Hmm. Is there somewhere I could donate money to help keep cats from being shipped out of poor countries?

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