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ALL PICTURES ARE STOLEN FROM INNOCENT THIRD PARTIES.
In reality, the scammers are Africans from Nigeria and Ghana.
But once the money has been transferred and withdrawn it cannot be traced.
Joannie Wei, of the US federal trade commission, said: ‘In many cases the money people sent was untraceable because people did not have to show any proof of identity when collecting money or they were able to do so with fake ID.’She said that more than 550,000 complaints have been made directly to Western Union for losses of $632million (£470million) in recent years.
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Thousands of fraud victims tricked into handing over their life savings could be able to claim their lost money back.More than 80 per cent of these cases are from US citizens.The number of compensation claims received is expected to exceed the pot of money available, so victims are unlikely to have their full losses covered.Common scams include romance fraud, where the lonely are groomed on dating websites by crooks using fake profiles, and begging emails that appear to come from relatives abroad claiming to have had an accident and need emergency cash.Another con, nicknamed the ‘Nigerian prince scam’, involves victims being sent an email claiming to be from a rich foreign dignitary, asking to help them transfer money out of the country in return for a reward.People on the pictures are not associated with scammers in any way, they are just victims of identity theft.