TAKE A VERY GOOD LOOK...
at this photo collage, this is happening right NOW!!
As many of you will know, we have been playing along with all of these scammers from #Nigera if you have a really close and long look at each picture then you will instantly be able to see how much success these scammers are having.
Some may know that recently we created a fake profile of a 73 year old lady known to one of our admins and have been using this profile to see exactly just how many scammers there are and how they play their game of sucking targets in and to what extent their success is.
We also have been speaking with victims who have lost their profile along with tens of thousands of dollars that is used to support and comment on their fellow Nigerian scammers new targets profiles.
One victim who lost over $100K Pounds told us that at this point in her life she was at her lowest and she was extremely vulnerable and she had been swept away by the fake words making her blush and the visit that swept her of her feet and the flowers and chocolates sent to her address just took her away.
We won't go into too much and there are a few different methods these scammers use but in this specific case trust was her worse enemy until she finally pulled the pin but not after having lost over $100K thousand dollars.
She knows now how dumb and gullible she was, but this is exactly the targets these scammers are preying for, LET US TELL YOU RIGHT NOW, your mother or father or Aunty, or grandparent who is Widowed or single is probably being targeted right now with either a real Nigerian profile who is using the method of being themselves and falling in love with the target or using a fake profile of some US serviceman working overseas or a so called engineer who is widowed and has a child who will soon need surgery.
Now here is the real kicker, these victims are getting NO HELP from their governments and they refuse to trace the money trail, which can be done.
Some transactions are as high as $50K and #AusPost #WesternUnion #MoneyGram have done very little to prevent victims from being scammed.
Remember, these businesses above also get %comms on money sent so why would they bend over backwards to prevent such high commission transactions? they wouldn't.
One of these scammers who thinks one of us Anons is helping him with skills and advice has been very helpful with some incredible information.
We have learned that the Police in Nigeria know most of these scammers and are being paid off to protect them and to not bring them to the courts.
Police are receiving huge amounts of money be these scammers as hush money and to turn up bum leads.
We also know that people who work for Western Union and Money gram in Nigeria are also being paid off to accept false ID so the scammers cannot be traced or found, they tamper with CCTV footage or chose to have none so as to protect the identity of the scammers cashing in.
This organized crime has been going on for as long as almost 8 years possibly even longer.
Government officials such as police are at the mercy of the Nigerian police who say the names and leads they are given are fake or false however they are not, they just refuse to bring them to justice because they are being paid also.
Have a good look at these scammers with so much money, we counted at least $100 in just one shoe box, these scammers are blatantly SHOWING OFF not only their scammed cash, but their luxury cars, gold chains, gold watches, shoes, clothes, Gucci bags and more.
In one profile we found, we saw this guy with his room set up with 4 laptop computers on #Facebook obviously scamming people.
One guy is sitting on top of thousands of dollars on his bed.
Another having cash all over his car.
Another showing off his iPads, Shoes, Cash, Gucci watches and more.
Others sitting on their new cars with comments from other scammers saying "Getting Paid" "Luv your work" "All day everyday" it is all open on Facebook for all to see and work out.
Some use their REAL NAMES and these are the ones who actually travel and visit lonely widows gain trust and sweep them of their feet and then come back saying they died but left them a large amount of money in which the target who was just visited would have to pay a large fee before hand to receive the valuables and cash left.
We saw a couple of pictures where brand new cars where lined up in the hundreds, Mercedes Benz's, Lexus and Toyota Camry's and Aurions including Jeeps and Rovers.
We have not seen any news reports or TV programs showing you the extent as to how large of a scale this is then this collage of pictures that we have put together and found.
How difficult is it to trace the purchase of a $50K car and question the buyer who is unemployed as to how he got the money and to work out he is a scammer?
Seriously, we saw pictures of groups of scammers all showing off with girls commenting with words of encouragement.
The all know who each other are they all show off just about and they all LIKE, COMMENT SHARE each others posts to support the scammer and to work as a team against the target.
They verify phone numbers to hear their voices before making their next steps, they ask for email addresses and video calls to make sure they have the right targets.
We were able to grab some screen shots of a few also which we posted down our timeline.
Our source told us that they all meet up and discuss ways of perfecting their scams and where they went wrong and how to reply to certain questions.
The guys with literally thousands of cash bundles in our pictures must be some of the main players.
Once these scammers find targets from pages on Facebook such as charities, animal abuse pages and the like they then add them and encourage them to go to #Google #Hangout where they are able to chat one on one and using video.
As the photo collage shows, there are a lot of people who are too trusting and fall victims very easily.
So far in just 7 days, this admin who is doing this investigation has been able to disable and take down 15 accounts, which means all of the hard work they have done to suspecting victims is hopefully lost.
Here are just 4 of the 15 we got removed.
The reason why they ask their targets to go over to Google Hangouts is because Facebook's new security team do, do a good good job with taking their profiles down, although, some profiles this admin took down had words as the account holder such as Billionz or Brave Money Man ect, not even real names so how Facebook allows these but takes down the accounts we make to post on this page is a joke.
PLEASE over this weekend, check up on your loved ones, your mother, your father, uncles, aunties, grandmothers and grandfathers and ask them have they met any new friends online from Nigeria (Both male or female) and or any new US soldiers or ex servicemen or engineers who work in oil companies and gas pipeline companies or the like.
They might be just getting scammed as we type this up.
We would like to see businesses such as Western Union MoneyGram MoneyGram Africa take more actions to protect our most vulnerable citizens, our senior citizens and visit Nigeria and do their own investigation into these claims and on how better to help prevent these fraud crimes.
Install CCTV in all of their agencies and request better government ID that gets photocopied and any transaction over $1000 dollars is sent to their head office to start building profiles of regular collectors.
We would like to see limits placed on sending certain amounts which really should have already been done years ago.
We have to mention this but these businesses are profiting from money transfers so this might explain why not much has been done to help the victims as all of these agencies get a commission from money transfers, so why would they go to arms lengths to help victims?
We would like to see huge posters with WARNINGS so that victims can see them and staff handing out short brochures warning them of scams out there to their money transfer destination and that before they can send their money they must read it and sign it, this way some victims might just wake up before they actually hand over their money.
But the best prevention is from YOU, please SHARE this POST so that your loved ones, family and friends can read it and pass it on to others, take a moment to go through their "Friends List" and look for any profile that you do not know and that is from Nigeria or #Africa or that looks like a US servicemen, US engineer who is widowed with one child lol.
Also when viewing these suspicious profiles look out for any posts about Jesus, God, The Lord and posts about true love, animal abuse ect that maybe shared on their timelines.
Here are some of the profiles they sent friend requests to our fake profile who all tried to scam this admin behind this fake profile.
https://www.facebook.com/oluwatoyin.akinyemi.33 Fake Account
https://www.facebook.com/willims.jeff (Fake Profile)
https://www.facebook.com/oboh.favour.100 (Fake account)
https://www.facebook.com/samuel.tharao.9 (Fake account)
https://www.facebook.com/korrey01 (Fake account)
YOU are really the best person to help your family member, because as mentioned above, no one else really cares.
So please SHARE this post and if anything it will shock your friends and family as to the real extent these scammers are going to and how much success they are having.
Just remember, these pictures were in clear public view and one profile will lead to another and another another, it is so widespread that your loved one or even best friend could be a target as your read this post.
Just know, they are not only after the elderly, we have learned of dating sites that are also being targeted with fake profiles of very handsome men some just cute and general and female profiles of beautiful woman being used to target those over 35.
We suggest using https://images.google.com/ to search profile pictures to find out the real names of those so called "Friends" they are talking too.
This admin on behalf of the world wide collective of #Anonymous has spent a lot of time doing this investigation so that your loved ones and friends and family members are not scammed and loose everything they have.
Some of our elderly are also developing early stages of dementia and are at a very HIGH RISK of being scammed for all that they have.
So please SHARE this post because it is serious and sometimes victims just don't want to tell their family members they have been scammed because they are too ashamed or embarrassed, since they were at their most vulnerable point in their life.
So again PLEASE SHARE this post and get this warning out to as many people as possible, before it is too late.
P.S Ghana is another country also known for scamming.