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Joined: 19 Mar 2008
Wed May 07, 2008 11:48 pm
^^^I would say yes because SS# are recycled as I recall and could be used by scammers. I use my dead grandfather's name as a character but I would never give his SS# out even though he was a scammer himself.
_________________ = Rev. JB Johnson. Lome to Parakou "i thought it will just be a day jouney. unknowingly to me that it will last up to one week."
2 = Harrison: Owerri, Nigeria to Cotonou, Benin and Accra, Ghana "i know ive been a sucker for twat "
= (Group safari) Oy3nka Ch1dinma: Lagos to Cotonou: "Thank you so much for the embrassment."
= Group safari - Dan Nkwerre: Port Harcourt to Abeche, Chad
2 = Barr. Mustapha Marlick: Lome, Togo to Abuja Nigeria and Accra, Ghana.
x15 (some survived) x280
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William Wankur Master Baiter
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Thu May 08, 2008 2:19 am
I know this subject has been beaten to death many times but IMHO using your local US Postal Inspector's address for a check lad is an acceptable alternative.
They're by definition not an ITP in a check scam because it is their charter to identify and investigate mail fraud. While there's not much value to their getting a single check, if you suspect that a lad is using a US based mule to send their forgeries, there is a small chance that than an investigation would result in an arrest.
Better still, find your local USPI and talk to them and see if they're willing to participate.
Your opinion may vary. Void where prohibited.
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"Why are you making me feel stupid?" - Mike Tutu
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Thu May 08, 2008 5:13 am
SS# are recycled as I recall
In the US, SS#s are *NOT* recycled. Your number defines you and you only. The current system is expected to last until about 2100.
"The numbers of the deceased are made publicly available via the Social Security Death Index. Several genealogy services provide free, searchable versions of the SDDI to aid researchers who are tracing their family roots."
_________________ "i think you people do not know whom you are talking of,i am not in any terrorist organization or planning any such of terrorist activities."
"i am not a terrorist and your america cia cna also investigate me."
"i am not a terrorist.send the shit stuff and let me get it fillied."
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