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Why Do So Many Scams Come From Nigeria?

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Why are most scams coming from Nigeria and not from any other country? What makes scammers in Nigeria more successful than the rest?

Dear friend, I pray to the lord and he has provided me with good contact for you, a trustful and honest person. I am writing to you from Ghana where I am seeing to my dead father’s estate and preparing for funeral. My father a former supporter of Muammar Gaddafi died with US $4,000,000 in his accounts which I am looking to entrust to you to help me get it out of the country. For your part I will reward you with 20% fee. Please reply with your bank account number and be blessed. Sincerely- Your Nigerian Scammer. You probably have a dozen emails like that in your junk folder right now, but why, and why are most of these online scams all coming from one place? Welcome to another episode of The Infographics Show- today we’re taking a look at why so many scams come from Nigeria.

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COVID IMPACTED BUSINESSES TO BE SUPPORTED THROUGH SLDB

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Local business have been extended a new line of support expected to be initiated through oversight of the Saint Lucia Development Bank. Efforts to assist entrepreneurs in the acquisition of financing have received the backing of the European Investment Bank, to the tune $5 Million USD.

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Restaurant reopens after being damaged by fire

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Tasty Barn Authentic Food and Drinks has encouraged businesses to follow fire and health protocols while operating particularly during the covid19 pandemic. The restaurant which had been closed for more than four months following a fire reopened with a new look on Thursday.

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DISTANCE LEARNING DEPRESSES SMALL BUSINESS SECTOR

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The resumption of face to face, in-person learning now indefinitely postponed to limit COVID-19 infections among school aged students has apparently dried up business for sections of the island’s small business sector.

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