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04-Oct-2017 15:20

To save them pain, he wanted to handle the situation on his own so they would never know he had had trouble.

With these pressures mounting, he felt he had no option but to jump into 419, he says.

He had already been learning how his housemates were doing their deals.

Today, his career as a professional and international 419 scammer – or “wise man,” as practitioners call themselves locally – has been full of ups and downs, he says.“My journey as an international wise man has been rough, interesting, regretful, but yet hard to quit,” he says. That is why it is hard to say quit.”He spends more than half of his day on the Internet in his apartment, he says.

The friend turned out to be part of a group of professional 419 con men from Cameroon and Nigeria.

His new friends had not seen food for two days, so they scooped him up, took his , bought food for the house, and offered him a place to stay.

His new acquaintances also tried to sell him on the philosophical merits of 419. His new friend responded that the Chinese and the white men were all the same people. He had a three-month visa from the Chinese embassy in Cameroon, but the three months had begun the day the embassy had issued it, not the day he arrived in China.

One day, he told the woman he would be traveling to London for a serious matter, he says. A few days later, the Chinese woman sent him a message expressing her excitement that she had seen him on CNN presiding over a meeting in England. He had not known that the American was actually going to be at a conference in England. A few months later, he told her he wanted to set up a factory in China and wanted her to oversee the venture for him.

He subscribes to various dating websites such as Date in Asia, where he purchases premium or gold subscriptions.“Ladies take seriously members with top-level subscriptions,” he says.

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