Your post proceeds from several misconceptions, and I will list a couple of obvious ones here: (1) scammers are "foreigners" and aren't familiar with the English language; and (2) Americans use proper English grammar. First, not all foreigners write and/or speak horrendous English. You'd be surprised that many foreigners write and/or speak English better than many native-born Americans. Second, not all Americans write and/or speak proper English. In fact, there are tons of college-educated native-born and naturalized Americans whose grammar is shamefully atrocious. Scammers are scammers, no matter their race, ethnicity, nationality, or citizenship--and we should all get rid of these parasites. However, let's not make assumptions and create stereotypes that mislead.