He came from a poor family and was the first of his relatives to travel abroad to seek economic advancement, he says.His father is a farmer, and his mother is a petty trader.Out of concern for his security, he has declined to publish his name.He has bilked his many victims of more than a million dollars in all of his deals around the world, he says.“I have lived in China, Thailand, Dubai, Qatar, Uzbekistan and Cameroon, of course,” he says, flashing his cheerful smile.Smythe said those affected by or who suspect a scam must report the matter to the South African Cyber Security Hub.“If anybody has become a victim of one of these scams, do not delete text messages, call logs, or emails. “Report it to your nearest SAPS police station immediately.These include: Another scam proving popular in 2017 is the romance scam, which is “ill understood”, said Smythe.
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“Locally, also at the top of the list is the tender scam – evolved from the mining supplies scam.” “Business email compromise is also a big problem.