They will keep asking for more money as long as you are willing to part with it.
You will never be sent the money that was promised.
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The '419' part of the name comes from the section of Nigeria’s Criminal Code which outlaws the practice. Scammers may ask for your bank account details to 'help them transfer the money' and use this information to later steal your funds.Or they may ask you to pay fees, charges or taxes to 'help release or transfer the money out of the country' through your bank.