Is Nigeria Finally Cleaning Up Its Crooked Ways?

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | January 12, 2010
In a move that threatens to make emptying your spam folder much less amusing, the Nigerian government recently launched a big crackdown on so-called "419" scammers. The 419 scam, named for the section of the Nigerian legal code outlawing it, reportedly rakes in billions of dollars annually.

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