Double Deceit: A True Story of a Nigerian Scam
Trafford Publishing, 26 jun. 2013 - 244 pagina's
This true story was compiled from the diary of a retired World Health Organization (WHO) medical officer who is deceived and bilked out of tens of thousands of dollars by the African Nigerian scammers. The elderly doctor gets even by devising a plan that traps a scammers helper in his home and sends him to the Remand Centre in his city. Eventually the fellow is charged and sent to prison for 30 months. Upon discharge, the criminal is deported to his native land, Nigeria. During his first year after having entered Canada as a refugee, he had been charged several times for misdemeanors.
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