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Joined: 27 Jul 2008
Location: playmobil land
Thu Jul 31, 2008 4:37 pm
In todays e-mail from my lad i read this :
With all due respect,this is the official courier services that we are using to send out cheques to clients or scam victims and you are hereby advise to state your interest here or your payment will be canceled.
He made a mistake or he wrote it diliberately to find out how stupid his victim is .
Joined: 18 Aug 2004
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Thu Jul 31, 2008 5:23 pm
^^ Yes, I agree. To expand on that for our newcomer (welcome, by the way) a "recovery scam" is usually targeted at someone who has previously been scammed. The format is that the scammer pretends to be someone (policeman, bank official, government official, etc) who can help the victim recover his/her losses. Of course, they charge an advance fee for the service, before they send the cheque.
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Joined: 15 Mar 2008
Location: Global Computer Mega Cafe
Thu Jul 31, 2008 5:30 pm
Recovery scam, although some have been convinced to admit the truth (see my sig).
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