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The Scammers normally claims to be Nigerian officials, businesspeople or the surviving spouses of former government or could be a con artists offer to transfer millions of dollars into your bank ex-change for small fee paid by you. If you respond such email, you would be asked to provide blank letterhead or your bank account numbers and some money to cover transaction and transfer costs and attorney's fees.

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  1. 1. Caroline,USA<br />SCAM AWARENESS<br />BOOKS<br />
  2. 2. 419 scam<br />Title:419 Scam Exploits of the Nigerian Con Man <br />Author: harlesTive<br />Tags:Scam419, Avoiding Scams, Emails<br />Release Date: September 27, 2006<br />Description:<br /> The most recurrent type of transnational "419" scam is the "advance fee fraud". It is usually introduced in the form of a business contract, a transfer of stolen money or money from over-invoiced contract, the purchase of crude oil from Nigeria at a relatively cheap rate, and transfer of money left by a deceased person (will scam). <br />
  3. 3. To PROTECT YOUR CREDIT<br />Title:50 Ways to Protect Your Identity and Your Credit: Everything You Need to Know About Identity Theft, Credit Cards, Credit Repair, and Credit Reports <br />Author: Steve Weisman<br />Tags: Identity Theft, Credit Cards, Credit Repair, and Credit Reports <br />Release Date: January 2005<br />Description: <br /> Identity theft and bad credit–two of the most feared byproducts of the information age, and subjects about which few really understand. Weisman offers reassurance in the form of 50 steps that will guard against both of these modern perils. <br />
  4. 4. TAKING BACK NIGERIA FROM 419<br />Title: Taking Back Nigeria from 419: What to Do about the Worldwide E-Mail Scam—Advance-Fee Fraud <br />Author: ChidiNnamdiIgwe<br />Tags: Analyzes 419 from a historical, political, and economic perspective <br />Release Date: August 28, 2007<br />Description: <br /> Concerned Nigerian native ChidiIgwe analyzes 419 from a historical, political, and economic perspective in an impassioned effort to raise public awareness about the scandal that has tainted his country.<br />
  5. 5. NIGERIAN Scams ReVISTED<br />Title: Nigerian Scams Revisited<br />Author: Gary Baines<br />Release Date: August 28, 2007<br />Description: <br /> It take advantage of weaknesses in human nature like pity for the poor. This book presents initial scam approaches, which rouses victims from the millions of targets.<br />
  6. 6. INSIDE THE SPAM CARTEL<br />Title: Inside the SPAM Cartel<br />Author: Jeffrey Posluns<br />Release Date: November 27, 2004<br />Description: <br /> Inside The Spam Cartel is sort of a book which provides knowledge of what the spammers do. The book gives information of why a person becomes a spammer, techniques to gather email addresses, bypass spam filters to information about the ability of law enforcement to stop it. <br />
  7. 7. THE TRUTH ABOUT CHECK FRAUD<br />Title: The Truth about Check Fraud<br />Author: Jay LaBonte<br />Release Date: January 30, 2006<br />Description: <br /> Check fraud affects us all. Higher prices, increased insurance premiums, and higher services charges are all affected by check fraud. If we are to reduce costs and lower rate, then everyone must be educated about check fraud and how easy it really is. Only throught education will we be able to identify, and reduce our chances of becomming a check fraud victim.<br />
  8. 8. Young people with anti-social behaviors<br />Title: Young People with Anti-Social Behaviours<br />Author: Kathy Hampson<br />Release Date: September 20, 2010<br />Description: <br /> This is a necessary resource offering constructive, practical solutions to anti-social behavior in young people between the ages of 10 and 18. It will be priceless for those working professionally or willingly in schools, with youth groups, youth offending teams, youth inclusion projects, faith groups, anti-social behavior teams, or for anyone whose work offers the opportunity, or requires them, to challenge anti-social and offending behavior.<br />
  9. 9. THANKS<br /> Thanks for your patience. Feel free to share your comments.<br />