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Teahouse/Restaurant/Bar Scam: A young "English student" or attractive female offers to show a tourist around town and then invites him/her to enjoy food or drink at a nearby establishment.
I just returned from a reporting trip to Nigeria, where I was traveling around the country talking to terrorism experts, nomadic cattle herders, and government officials about how global warming affects conflict in the country. As a newswire reporter focused on the terrorist group Boko Haram, he was able to provide crucial context for my story.
But Michael* also grew up a "street boy," meaning he was able to make fast friends in the slum villages and farming communities we visited.
The military leave scam occurs when the "soldier" you are in contact with mentions that he wants to visit you, and just needs to file for military leave. Read More The scammer will introduce himself using one of many possible social network sites, dating websites, or email. Scams increase with the amount of age between the victim and scammer.
He wants to you send messages only to his private email.