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I got one of the usual "reply immediately" style ones in a catcher account and paid no attention to it.
Finally, out of boredom alone I looked up the supposed address of my "Washington, District of Columbia" scammer:
320 First Street, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20534 USA.
United States Of America.
('cuz "USA" and "United States of America" just might not mean the same thing).
A quick browse and zoom-in of a Google map lookup make me smile. Our scammer calls the Federal Bureau of Prisons "home".
Not a bad little inside joke I thought and hope you enjoyed too.
Dya Reyarunen-Downmeleg Baiting Guru
Joined: 10 Aug 2009
Location: At the toilet door yelling are you almost done in there? Oops, too late...
Tue Nov 03, 2009 5:28 am
Do you think it could be an "accidentally" sent email from a baiter? Or maybe the scammer is using an address that was given to him by a baiter?
_________________ ^ You are my favorite Canadian on Earth. Pastor Frank
so as to enable the conclusion of this transaction on your behalf since you are not dead because if you are dead you would not have write me because I know that never will a dead
write to living...
I could receive the document official which you want to forward me for adhesion with TW@T
I am captivated, impressed and hypnotised with your sincerity
This you’re TW@T has it existed some how somewhere before?
Your ASSCODE is: 999-035-2655
"I Am Not a Justin Beiber Fan" innocent.being
SAY NO TO SCURVY
Ishkabibble Wannabe Baiter
Joined: 29 Mar 2009
Tue Nov 03, 2009 5:38 am
The email is typical lad speak...
"I am Mrs. M@rie Cogd3ll, a US citizen, 48 years Old. I reside here in NW Washington. My residential address is as follows. 320 First Street, NW Washington, District of Columbia 20534 USA. United States Of America, am thinking of relocating since I am now rich."
Lots of sillyness in the rest of the note. It includes the usual "contact my lawyer at this addy" and repeatedly telling me to not respond to any other scammers because "whoever is contacting us through emails are fake".
I'd been wasting the time of one scammer from June to around September and then he dropped me. Thereafter I'd laid low and hadn't paid any attention to what came in. This one might be worthy, given they may think they're putting one over on their victim.
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