An Inside Look: Into the world of Nigerian scammers
You own a small business, let’s say, selling glass. You need to replenish your inventory, so you contact your supplier, which results in an email thread. Once the order is set, you receive a message from the supplier: “Kindly stop all payments to our account. We’ve been advised to discontinue use of the account until our tax audit is over.” Then, you receive an email with new account information. A bit odd?
You could be a potential victim of payment diversion fraud. Download the report and read about this growing scam from Nigeria that has already defrauded victims of thousands of dollars. Learn about:
- Who’s being targeted and how
- The scammers—their organization and expertise
- The techniques and tools they’re using
- How to avoid being scammed