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Joined: 04 Apr 2006
Location: Leading my wolf pack
Wed Feb 13, 2008 8:34 pm
My Lad thinks there's money coming to him today via WU. He'll be disappointed, of course, but he wrote this:
...you becomes the Seventh Person that have sent tangible Financial Support from Abroad...
I just hope he's bullshitting me!
_________________ I will heed the advice of a polite horse for it is written that more flies are caught with honey than vinegar... although assault carbines and monstrous wolves are still fun.
"I aim to misbehave."
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Bucky Master Baiter
Joined: 06 Jun 2005
Location: Knocking back a cold brew with my buddy, Charles Soludo
Wed Feb 13, 2008 9:30 pm
I hate when I read that kind of stuff from lads. I just got a note from my bogus courier lad (who, fortunately, has been "hummilliated" at Moneygram three times today ) who told me:
the last delivery i make to oakland the man send the money to my secretary through money gram
That just makes me want to bait him even more.
I have never experience such humiliation that you have given me. I am very bitter with you. - Dr Luke Kw@me
Well, the moneygram payment officer as usual rained insult and abuses on me. - Dr. G0dwin 0boh
I think you are a madman who used people for a game. - Pilot J@ckson Jumbo
ParaNoid ** REMEMBERED **
Joined: 12 Sep 2006
Location: Looking for Steward.
Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:28 pm
^^^Bait and bait some more. Hopefully he will become paranoid of going to any money transfer service.
Paranoid lads are good lads, especially when they get real jobs!
One of my lads spent 15 minutes on the phone today to tell me the sad tales of his many fruitless visits to the bank this week to pick up the money that I did (not) send. He even visited the bank's HQ and waited there for two hours while they checked the transfer and finally told him that it's not in the system. I promised him to solve this problem and will tomorrow introduce some wonderful forms to him because his account was flagged as fraud.
Mugus lie but I think that 50% of what he said could be true.
steveperry Not quite a Newb
Joined: 17 Jan 2008
Fri Feb 15, 2008 5:45 pm
I think a lot of times they say that, hoping to give the victim some confidence. It does irk me to think that they scammed another victim.
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