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76% of U.S. & Canadian internet sellers block orders from Nigeria

The African country of Nigeria tops a new CyberSource survey, as the most blocked country by USA online merchants. Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa with over 140,000,000 million people, is commonly associated with an e-mail fraud called "419" or the "Nigerian Scam"

76% of merchants in that group shut off orders from Nigeria, 58% from Ghana, and 32% from Pakistan. Other countries blocked in 2008 included Indonesia, 23%, Singapore, 19%, Romania, 18%, China, Russia, and Vietnam with 13% each, and South Korea and Hong Kong with 10% each

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