Rest at ease knowing there are 100 ways to get revenge against any enemy, including Nigerian 419 scammers. And to prove my point, I’ve decided to think outside of the box again, and use an already known method, but with a twist.
Let’s face it, there’s nothing worse than people sending you e-mail telling you they’ve got millions of dollars for you. All you need to do is send them your personal information, and they will trust you to deposit it in your bank. The only thing that probably gets on your nerves more is your enemy.
This time we are going to kill two birds with one stone. There are many web sites out there that dedicate themselves to pulling pranks on Nigerian scammers, but we are not only going to get revenge against the Nigerian scammers, we are also going to get revenge against some of our enemies, too.
If you own an e-mail address anywhere in the world, you have probably seen them in your own email box. Here is a sample of one I received just today (in my spam folder thankfully)
“Greeting Dear Friend.
As you read this, I don’t want you to feel sorry for
me, because, I believe everyone will die someday.
My name is Mrs. Maritza Mohung, widow to late Mr. Mohung
Zafar, former owner of PETROLEUM AND GAS company ,here
in Dubai .I am 68years old, suffering from long time
cancer of the breast.From all indications my
condition is really deteriorating and it’s quite
obvious that I won’t live more than 4 months
according to my doctor.This is because the cancer
stage has gotten to a very bad stage.
i dont want your pity but i need your trust. My late
husband died early last year from heart attack, and
during the period of our marriage we couldn’t produce
any child. My late husband was very wealthy and after
his death,I inherited all his business and wealth.The
doctors has advised me that I will not live for more
than 4 months, so I have now decided to spread all my
wealth, to contribute mainly to the development of
charity in Africa, America, Asia and Europe.
i am sorry if you are embarrased by my mail. i found
your e-mail address in the web directory,and i have
decided to contact you, but if for any reason you find
this mail offensive,you can ignore it and please
accept my appology. before my late husband died he was
a major oil tycoon,in kuwait and deposited the sum of
25 million euros (Twenty Five million euros) in
a security company in europe some years ago,thats all i have
left now,i need you to collect this funds and
disseminate it yourself to charity organisations.
so that when i die my soul can rest in peace.the funds
will be entirely in hands and management.i hope God
gives you the wisdom to touch very many lives,that is
my main concern. 30% of this money will be for your
time and effort,while 70% goes to charity please do reply
to my alternate email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Anticipating your swift response.
God bless you.
Mrs. Maritza Mohung.
Now, these letter vary from “poor widow”, to “I’ve got corrupt Oil money that I can’t get out of the country.” Also, many of the more successful Nigerian 419 Scam Letters, don’t even mention Nigeria, but talk about people being in Peru, India, Iraq (Saddam’s hidden loot comes to mind) or even the U.S. or U.K.
What we are going to do is turn this spam e-mail trash into treasure, by taking real Nigerian 419 Scam e-mail messages, and using them against our nasty boss, ex, neighbor, or anyone else who has been getting under our skin.
Here’s a step-by-step method of how to set up and create the Nigerian 419 Scammer’s Revenge Method.
1. Set up a free e-mail account at Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, or anywhere else. You’re going to use this e-mail box as a place to find good Nigerian 419 Scam letters that you are going to use to make contact with the spammers.
2. Go to a few heavily populated Internet forums and guest boards, make a couple of posts, and leave your complete e-mail address (the one you just set up) in your signature file. The search engine robots will pick up on your address, and so will spammers, who use software that searches for and collects 100′s of thousands of such e-mail addresses to send their worthless advertisements.
3. You should also check your real e-mail (your personal e-mail address) spam folder, or even sometimes in your inbox for messages from these scammers. Nearly every e-mail box on the planet gets these messages every other day, but now, many of them are spotted by spam filters, so they end up in the junk mail box.
4. Once you have a good letter like the sample I gave earlier, copy it and save it into a text file. Then, copy the contents from the letter and paste them into a new e-mail message with the new throwaway e-mail account that you have created for this purpose.
Let the person in the e-mail know that you are very interested, but you need more information. Sound just a little bit skeptical in your e-mail, but not suspicious. Ask them what you will need, and how much time will it take for you to really see any money
Within a day, or so, you will have a reply from someone on the other side of the world who is ready to make you their partner.
5. Sooner, or later the scammer is going to ask you for a phone number, fax, or a telephone number. What you should do is create a voicemail so the scammer can leave messages, and a fax number in case they want to fax you anything.
To create a free disposable phone number go to:
LaserVoiceMail – is great because you can set it up quickly, record a voice message, and the number deletes if you don’t check your voicemail messages for more than 7 days.
J2 – J2 gives you a free voicemail and fax for the asking. The free voicemail and fax is never in an area you say you are in. For example, if you’re in California, they might give you a voicemail and fax number in Idaho. So, anytime you need to change your voicemail and fax location, just sign up saying you’re at another part of the U.S. (I know they also have this service in other countries, too like the U.K. and Germany so you can get numbers there, too)
K7 – Another free voicemail and fax. They give you a Washington state number.
6. So, when the scammer asks for a number to contact you, give them one of these numbers from the above services. Tell them it’s your private number, and not the same as your home number, because you don’t want your spouse, partner, parents, or whoever to find out about this. It’s good to say this, because later on about the time the scammer thinks you’re going to send him money, or your bank account details, you’ll give him your enemy’s phone number and address.
Your job is to keep contact with this scammer (and any others you find) for a week, or two until they really thing you’re interested. They will soon tell you that in order to transfer all of these millions into your bank account, you will either need to send them your bank account details and identification, including signature, or they will tell you that they need to pay off some other corrupt official there in order to get the money sent to you from some bank account, but the they don’t have money for the lawyers, police, or other government official. So, they will ask you to send the money.
At this time, you could ask them where you should send the money, how much, and then give them your enemy’s telephone number and address, and tell them that you’re giving them your real number now, because you trust them. Also, ask them would it would be a good time to talk with them personally on the phone. Make sure you’ve given them your enemy’s phone number, and let your enemy deal with these guys for now on.
There you go, you’ve managed to piss off some spammers/scammers, and you’re going to piss your enemy off when these people start calling him. If you want to make things worse, make follow up calls to your enemy using spoof call service, and use their voice changer to disguise your voice.
Some other sites that can give you more ideas on how to scam bait, and on what you can say to Nigerian Scammers:
Check them out! You will be surprised at how much information is on these sites, and it will get your own creative juices flowing as what else you can do.
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