The online web is full of "offers" from African cities and other countries; just make sure your e-mail Inbox is clean and secure.
Victims were also given the option to have their names and conversations removed for $99,” says an IC3 alert about the scam.
The alert doesn't say how many people have fallen for the scam and IC3 doesn't have information on if the personal information was actually ever removed from the Internet.
Scammers use this information to steal bank details, passwords and identity.
Ghana scammers adopt a wise and different technique in order to obtain the victims bank details.
The victims were provided a link to a Web site where their conversation transcripts, photos, and phone numbers were posted.
“There was an option to view and buy the posted conversations for .
In the Ghana job scam, fraudsters approach the victims offering a job that perfectly suits their profile.
The victims are asked to send their resumes along with their bank information.
They often have multiple scams going around at the same time; it is how they run their business.