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Online Exclusive: Scammers target label converters

April 1, 2008

Scammers, always eager to perpetrate fraud wherever possible, are now going after label converters.

Scammers, always eager to perpetrate fraud wherever possible, are now going after label converters. Several North American converters have received emails from various “clergymen” who are interested in buying labels. The scam, which originates in Ghana, West Africa, involves the attempt to collect cash through phony freight charges.

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