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In a positively McNabbian tale of intrigue, an alleged Lebanese lottery scammer has been arrested in Cyprus. Ali Mohamed Kdoud allegedly raked in more than $10m after duping gullible marks into believing they'd won a lottery. The email scam relies on tricking surfers into forking out up-front "processing fees" for non-existent …

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Silly fellow...

He could have ripped - er, I mean EARNED millions off the public legally if he had set up a legitmate lottery, like Camelot.

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Extradition

Just a minor thought - Where do you extradite him too?

The crime is world wide internet scam - time to set up a world court perhaps LOL.

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he shoulda taken lessons...

from one of the greatest scammers, Arafat-guy made millions uncounted by victimizing his own people.

Failing that, follow the example of the 419'ers and get lots of government protection...

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Ali Mahomed

Shoudn't he be flogged for bringing the prophet's name into disrepute!

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@ ALAN

Camelot ripping off? at 0.005 pence in the pound? what about the shop getting 0.05 in the pound? or the Government who get a massive 0.12 pence in the pound!!!! That's 12pence out of every pound - you do the math!!

sorry got to be 'anyoldmouse'

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OMG

They've arrested him? Who's going to sign my winnings cheque now?

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