Electronic mails are used to exchange electronic texts among people. Cybercriminals exploit these electronic mails to defraud people. Computational methods such as spam filtering have failed to users from the escapade due to text manipulation and variation. This problem is more pronounced in cases of Nigerian Electronic Fraud popularly referred to as Nigeria Electronic Advanced Fee Fraud targeted at defrauding people of their assets. Hence, the need to understanding the implicit meanings of Nigeria Electronic Advanced Fee Fraud texts becomes significant and urgent. A substantial number of research works exist on language use in Nigeria Electronic Advanced Fee Fraud texts. Those studies have investigated the language of the texts in areas of semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, stylistics, discourse analysis, socio-linguistics and syntax. However, little has been done to explore Pragma-Stylistics in Electronic Advanced Fee Fraud texts, where the styles of texts are explicated through the use of pragmatic elements. This study therefore explores the pragmatic functions of style, as deployed in the selected Nigeria Electronic Advanced Fee Fraud texts. This is applied in developing a framework for characterising and filtering Nigeria Electronic Advanced Fee Fraud texts. A total of fifty samples were selected through purposive and stratified random sampling techniques from a population of 1,200 texts collected from www.fraudgallery.com and analysed using the proposed framework. The study reveals, among others, that cybercrime is a sub-genre of advertisement.