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It involves a taxi cab, a “juju man,” magic charms, and a huge bag of cash (and it’s way too complicated to explain here).
Another go-to scam involves a taxi cab, a French man, a locked box filled with gold, and very expensive pliers.
They say they’d make a lot more than that, but they blow much of their income entertaining “clients” in order to convince the victims they’re legit.
They’ll fly potential marks to Ghana, for example, and put them up in a fancy hotel while they meet with Sheye and Danjuma’s faux business partners there.
(They insist that tricking people is not the same as stealing.
“Maybe the person doesn’t have a husband, and the person is looking for a husband in Nigeria.
He did not send money for me.” “Because you love me, then you say, ‘Okay,'” Sheye interrupts. I keep on enjoying with my girls here.” He laughs wildly.
Over the past decade or so, the United States has cracked down on Nigerian Internet scams.
“There is this boy in Kaduna [a city in northern Nigeria] who made over 2 million naira” last year on 419 scams, Danjuma says.
“And he is not even 18.” The two fraudsters make most of their money duping fellow Nigerians.
Since Ghana is a less corrupt country, they say, victims are more likely to enter into a business deal with a Ghanaian than a Nigerian.