If you have an e-mail address — and you probably do — there’s a decent chance you’ve received an message written in questionable grammar from a perfect stranger, requesting your personal information in order to wire ridiculous sums of money to you.These “Nigerian Prince” scams have been around long enough that many people hit delete rather than hand over the scammers&rsquo …
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