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The Nigerian Fraud Conspiracy: Finding U.S. co-conspirators
By Edwin H. Sinclair, Jr.
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 10,890. Language: English. Published: February 19, 2011 by Magic Lamp Press. Category: Nonfiction
Investigative journalist Sinclair chronicles two similar Nigerian fraud attempts upon his client – one of which uncovered two companies here in the United States suspected of being complicit in one of the schemes. His report leads to a meeting with the FBI about one of them, and a surprising end to the second attempt, several years later.
Scamming Exposed
By Dennis Edim
Price: $60.00 USD. Words: 153,930. Language: English. Published: January 17, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
This book a chronicle of the activities, tricks of internet scammers to serve as warnings and danger signals to would be victims of this costly cyber business. This book has successfully exposed the tricks behind scamming and the nefarious activities of those behind this multibillion dollar internet business deal.The author strikes an important note to victims and would be victims of cyber fraud.
Internet and Technology Dangers
By Steve W Roche
You set the price! Words: 20,740. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
Are you one of those parents for whom the Internet, video games and mobile phones are foreign territory? If so, this is the wake up call you need. Children and teenagers know their way around these worlds only too well, though. As a parent, you would be shocked to know what really goes on. You do need to act. After all, the emotional and physical well-being of your family is at stake here.
Scams @ Facebook Inbox
By Wilson Maiyo Ph.D
Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 13,900. Language: English. Published: April 11, 2014. Category: Nonfiction
Cyber crimes have permeated every bit of our internet lives. The personal computer and the phone have acted like a door and a window that have no grills for security. Hacking is the order of the day such that your data is not safe. Your phone can secretly interact with your next door neighbour’s computer and exchange data. In other words, Your money and raw data is endangered.