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I had these two idiots stalling and stalling on filling out a few 'simple' forms for me before I would send them any money. They had every reason in the world why they couldn't do it.
I sent an ASEM to a Dear Mr Smith (not the scammer's name) saying something like, "Thank you for the form. Just to let you know I sent the money via Western Union using the test question you provided. The total is $3,234."
First, scammer was a bit dim, saying "I don't understand this email" and I replied, "silly me, that wasn't for you, blah blah.."
Sure enough, bright and early this morning I get:
I receive your urgent email and I was able to get in touch with the Barrister. I will be sending the filled form on Monday or Tuesday because my printer and scanner are currently having some problems. And as for the Barrister also said he will be sending his own form on Tuesday as a result of the Easter break (as he told me on the telephone.)
So my advice to any noobs who are having problems getting scammers to move it along and agree to demands, the accidentally sent email rewarding someone who DID do as they are told worked well for me.
Well...we'll see if they actually DO fill in the forms, but this is the first time they actually agreed to do it.
_________________ -How are you today? I hope you bouncing in the Lord? -Reverend Joe M4yer
-All the stress, embarrassments you have cause our account officer at the bank for trying to pick up the fund. The reference number is incorrect and he was almost detain by the bank security men for bring false reference number
- B0B P3ter
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Joined: 17 Sep 2006
Sun Apr 08, 2007 1:05 pm
ASEMs can be good but sometimes lads are so lazy they can't be bothered getting on board with a script even if you play the victim who has already sent money. I once sent an ASEM to a lad pretending to be a guy who had already sent $2,000 and was on the verge of sending $75,000 his response was "send the money via western union" but gave me no payment information, had I been a real victim I would have just sent money to the first lad.
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