#1
I just noticed an email in my non-UG email titled "your ad for your 2003 BMW" yada-yada-yada (take note, I DO NOT OWN A BMW, NOR am I selling one!)

This email looks just like anything to be posted on CL, which I have posted on there before, and it looks identical to an email you'd get from them as the last step of verification. And if you notice that there is a link "if you did not post this ad, then click here to change your email ASAP"

DO NOT CLICK ON IT!!!!!!!!

It takes you to some sight called "Fastnigeria.com"

I don't know if we should just ignore them or what, but I know for a fact, my CL acct. has not been hijacked and I am NOT selling a BMW!

Just watch out, all my fellow UG'ers for these email's. THEY ARE FRAUDULENT AND ARE AN ATTEMPT TO STEAL YOUR INFORMATION!!!!!!!!
#2
ohhhh nigeria <3
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#3
I got it too, it means your family will get devoured by dinosaurs this evening.
I'd say my goodbyes if I were you.
#4
It was no big deal. The Nigerian Prince just wanted me to help him move $4,639,278,341 from an offshore account in the Bahamas to the United States. He even said he'd pay me $5,000,000!
#5
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It was no big deal. The Nigerian Prince just wanted me to help him move $4,639,278,341 from an offshore account in the Bahamas to the United States. He even said he'd pay me $5,000,000!



HAHAHAHA

The real funny thing is I have never gotten any of those emails from a nigerian Prince. That must mean that I am still a "nobody" until today! wow, it reall took a long time!
#6
How many people have gotten these Nigerian Prince emails? Ive never gotten one, but they sound hilarious.
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#7
A friend of mine lead a scammer on for a little bit, then sent him a virus attached to an email. They threatened to find him and kill him.
#8
I get tons of emails like that. I always go through my spam folder once a month for the lulz.