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posted 5/6/2011 2:37:52 PM |
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  sawduster

ok, so i'm his friend, and he has a big business proposal that is supposed to net me more than enough money to live on the rest of my life. ho hum, these people are as stupid as they think the rest of the world is. tho the ones they do catch need a good dose of brains, or a guardian that won't rip them off to watch over their finances.
ok, i'm done for now, not. one more idioptic thing, these "young" cretins that live 800 to 900 or more miles way, usually under 30, god fearing, spend all their time in bible study and prayer groups, really do have their collective heads up their asses. it takes a really, and i mean a very mentally retarded idiot to encourage these things. i don't want to hear your whining when you get ripped off, heartbroken, or otherwise taken to the cleaners. get smart and quitcherbittichin.

Dear Friend,

I am Mr.Pxxx Bxxxx Wxxxxx Chief Account supervisor working with Barclay's Bank United Kingdom, I have urgent and very confidential business proposal for you. Kindly get back to me with your email via email: (wintjoo@xxxxxxxxx) so that we will be able to discuss much about it. Waiting to hear from you soon.

Best Regard,
Paul.

this shit will continue as long as there are idiots that believe it, so if you are one of the afore mentioned, you only brought it on yourself. and much the same goes for trolls, report, ignore, and block.

can ya tell i''m in a pissy mood at best right now?
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40DWM

May 6 @ 2:47PM  
Around here, there are these "meat trucks", that go house to house, attempting to sell all sorts of beef cuts, claiming theirs is SO much better
than store bought. A local Postmaster, had her 80 year (slightly off) mother
drove to the bank, and 'they' had her take out over a grand from her savings.
It's not just the young dumb asses....it's also the helpless elderly.
There are crooks all over, just looking for the weak to steal from. And, I'm not
just thinking Politicians.
sawduster

May 6 @ 2:51PM  
i'm beginnig to think elections are rigged. the people don't vote for who they want, the machines do it for them. that is the simplified way of putting it. and our current kenyan idiot is a prime example. more to rant about there but i'll drop it for now.
sugarnspice005

May 6 @ 2:53PM  
As the old saying goes, "if it's too good to be true, then it probably is". I get those emails like that every day, either here, at MD, and even in the spam folder of my regular email.

The internet made it easier for crooks to try to get our money. One thing I've learned, is when making transactions online, check the address bar and if it has "https", chances are pretty good that it's a secure site. If the "s" is missing...proceed with extreme caution. Not saying that the "https" is 100% secure, there is no such thing, but, it's more secure than the "http".

Also...being contacted "out of the blue" from some "foreign lawyer/barrister/counsel" to "help transfer" funds in excess of a million bucks..that right there screams illegal.
Wordsofwit

May 6 @ 2:56PM  
That guy sent that to me within the last hour or two. I guess you just can't trust anybody these days
RevDocLove

May 6 @ 3:14PM  
Damn !!! does that mean I ain't gonna' get that 6.8 million I sent them
5,000 bucks for ??
RJ53

May 6 @ 7:03PM  
I never get those e-mails on here. Guess no one wants me to make big money.
sawduster

May 6 @ 8:27PM  
the elderly are the ones i was referring to when i mentioned guardianship. once many many years ago i was on one of those meat trucks. there was one older lady that had a part time job on the client list that i stopped to see, once. she was willing to buy one of the cases, and tho i don't remember how much it was, i do remember thinking there is no way this lady can afford this. i didn't sell her the case, but we often had parts where one had been broken up, so instead i sold her a few single pieces. at least that she could afford. and the meat was better than what you normally get in the supermarket. but not worth that old womans savings account, not to me anyway.

the money changing schemes have been around since the dawn of banking, in one form or another. it is only a slight twist on the well known nigerian scams of the early 90's. i got one letter and had just heard on the news not long before about what was going on. i kept my money. and these antiques dealers, never open an account for them. no matter how much they cry and beg. again, i kept my money.

RJ, guess you will stay as broke as the rest of us, but big hug for ya, at least that didn't cost ya anything.
DangerousCurves999

May 7 @ 12:57AM  
What I want to know is where this guy is getting all the money. I mean he offered me the same deal. Is he planning to share with all of us or just yank the rug out and leave us all in the dust.

I think we would all be better off if catherine9 aka cockfail and this go an elope off into the sunset.
RevDocLove

May 7 @ 8:22AM  
My first assessment also DC

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how stupid are these people?