Nigerian Prince Scammer Arrested In Louisiana
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Seen right here wanting much more just like the type of individual I might anticipate to be getting scammed as an alternative of doing the scamming, 67-year previous Michael Neu of Slidell, Louisiana does a poor job wanting up on the digital camera for his reserving photograph, presumably as a result of his again hurts and the police would not let him put his orthopedic footwear on.
Michael Neu, who’s neither Nigerian nor a prince, has been charged with 269 counts of wire fraud and cash laundering.
Neu helped shuttle fraudulently obtained cash to his co-conspirators, a few of whom truly do reside in Nigeria, in line with the Slidell Police Division.
The ever present scheme, which begins when an e mail is shipped to an unsuspecting recipient the scammers declare has been named because the beneficiary in a will, is designed to gather private info that’s then used to steal cash and identities on-line.
Man, how does a 67-year previous man become involved with a Nigerian prince rip-off? As a result of that is what I need to know. You assume he was initially a rip-off goal however caught on and informed them he needs in on the motion? That is going to maintain me up all night time. Plus, you already know, my nervousness. Learn me a narrative to assist me loosen up? “Sure, this story is called ‘Every Mistake You’ve Ever Made’.” Superior, the identical one I all the time learn to myself.
Because of Thaylor H, who agrees anyone actually must provide you with a brand new rip-off. I am considering one thing alien associated.