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21 May 2011

This is Phishing.

Here are three e-messages panting for me to open and let loose something viral (or bacterial) and definitely fraudulent. An FBI agent told me that there are still hundreds of daily victims for what I call "the bank in Lagos" fraud, in which someone offers to share a lot of cash with you if you'd only help get it out of Nigeria, just when we would believe nobody falls for that old trick anymore. This would be as good a time as any to use my word. The frauds perpetuate, mutate and set down roots in fresh ground like adnascentia, ready to trip up more than squirrels. It's a rough world out there. Be careful.
P.S.  For more on "adnascentia" and how to save a word, go to my 8 August 2009 blogpost.




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