Friday, November 4, 2011

UK Exchequer Chancellor’s E-Mail Transpires as ‘419 Scam’

Nigerian scams, which are referred to as 419 scams too, have been recreated for acquiring unwitting internauts' faith via posing as messages from British authorities rather than the well-known officials of African banks representing ex-owners of diamond mines, published softpedia in news dated October 24, 2011. Actually, bulk e-mails supposedly from Member of Parliament George Osborne, who's the United Kingdom Exchequer's Chancellor, are circulating online. These e-mails, mentioning about the so-called delayed global fund transfers, make efforts for enticing receivers into getting in touch with the scammers.