Blog Comment Spam: Part 3, Ghana



I got another blog comment spam from my Sam Mendoza Scam post.

INVOLVING GHANA. Having thoughts or doubts about who you are really talking or chatting with (whether he or she is a scammer or not) or you have never set physical eyes on that person(s) before. Internet scam has become very rampant in our today’s world now. Ghana Police Service is now at your door step and here to help you to be very sure about the following;
1. Who you are talking, or chatting to whether he or she exists, pertaining to internet dating and business.
2. Whether he or she is a scammer or not.
3. To help the Republic of Ghana to fight against internet fraud and scam, in other to maintain the good name of the country, Ghana.
4. Report in other to save other person(s) hard earned money from the scammers and fraudsters that is, not to fall a victim.
You can contact us by the following email addresses;
sgt.ludacris@<blocked>.com

Looking forward to help you in all facet of internet involving a Ghanaian person(s).

I find it interesting that commenters are discussing sms scam in the Philippines (some of the comments are in Filipino) and this spammer try to add his thoughts on Ghana. Researching further it seems the comments are also present in some blogs discussing internet dating scams. And if this is really from Ghana Police and government authorities I hope they use official Ghana government domain in their email address (gov.gh).

Sorry Sgt. Ludacris you clearly violated my comment policy. Your intentions may be good but your methods are questionable so I am posting this here in my blog as a comment spam.