A New Jersey law firm that lost $119,000 in an alleged Nigerian internet scam is claiming in a civil lawsuit that Citibank negligently ignored signs of fraud in an account held by the alleged perpetrators.

Scura, Wigfield, Heyer, Stevens & Cammarota lost the funds after the firm received an email  from someone calling himself Miguel Francisco, who was seeking help with an employment dispute over severance pay.

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