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They may mention problems with your internet connection or your phone line and say this has affected your computer's recent performance.
If you receive a reply/message from someone in Africa/Nigeria/Abidjan who claims to have millions of dollars from a dead husband/father/brother and wants you to help get the money out of their country – it just sounds too good to be true!
This is commonly known as the Nigerian 419 scam, and is named after the corresponding penal code of Nigeria.
For a small fee, an escrow service holds the payment, forwarding it to the seller only when the buyer has received the goods in working order.
An escrow service will also act as a mediator in times of dispute.
The scammer will phone you and pretend to be a staff member from a large telecommunications or computer company, such as Telstra, the NBN or Microsoft.