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As I receive in excess of 20 scam emails each day, I cannot possibly seek to reel them all in.
On a few occasions it pleases me to settle for a piss take .
On such an occasion I sent the following to a " loan company "
Subject: WE OFFER LOAN @ 2 % APPLY NOW
To: [email protected]
Date: Thursday, 11 March, 2010, 23:10
I am only 88 years old and would like a loan of $110m over a 70
I can pay $65 per month with no trouble - guaranteed.
American banks have turned me down
You sound like you know jack shit about finance , so let's go
I got the reply below
We are in receipt of your mail and its content is quite noted. We wish to inform you that Nationwide Loans Inc.will be willing and able to fund your loan request but we cannot loan you that kind of amount as a start.so we can only loan out 30 million for now.So if you are intrested kindly send us your name....address...phone number......occupation........monthlyincome...............
I am heartbroken that I am only good for $30m.
lakeside77 A chaff in the USA
Joined: 11 Jul 2008
Location: Out there in the cold, getting lonely, getting old
Sat Mar 13, 2010 11:58 pm
^^^ I don't think it has anything to do with you. Banks are cutting back on mortgage and business loans, credit card companies are rolling back credit lines. Things are tough all over. Even lads have to make some concessions to the recession.
I must let you know that am sick and tired of all this whole bull sheet do you know my ass is on the line - Jonh Raymund
i want to say i am very sorry for the Mother that gave Barth to you -- Jim Ovie
. . . it is disrespectful,malicious, an ILEDAN EYE,to our corporation and embarrassing to my secretary as he was messed up by your action. I thought I was assisting a true American gentleman without knowing that I am trying to help one of the most chaffs in the USA. --Dr. Leo Stan Ekeh
have a useless day you betch -- Peter Clack (the scammer, not the former AC/DC drummer)
partysan 419Eater is my life
Joined: 11 Dec 2009
Sun Mar 14, 2010 12:25 am
Idea ! If you apply for another $110m under another name, maybe you will get approbation of the funds, so that you could finance your long-term project.
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btw - since I use this signature - my reputation went from 1.2 to 0.7
(.. seen as a joker ?)
ScammedOut Elite Baiter
Joined: 19 Jan 2009
Sun Mar 14, 2010 4:43 am
I always find it amazing and hilarious when lads quibble over imaginary money. I mean, are 110 million fake dollars really any more than 30?
OTOH (just to be fair) is a lad streded in hash conditons suffering any less because we can't see him or hear his mournful cry?
Maybe it's all in one's point of view.
_________________ "FUCK U....MBESILE. FUCK OFF AND STOP SENDING ME EMAIL,IDIOT.
YOUR MOTHER IS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FUCKED."- Rev.1an H0rgan
You are very stupid PIG.-Mr. Samuel Koff0ur
YOU GO SLEEP YOU NO GO WAKE UP AGAIN
SEE YOU ASS IN HELL fucking tax payer ..
REJOICE IN HELL - Jack L1n (Mr.)
Enough fooling around with yourself. Your parents and family are Fucking scammer!
You are a white baboon,that doesn't even take
-Miss Gbagbo, Christian.
I NEVER SEE ANIMAL LIKE YOU. Your papa be castrated so he no make more like you!
- Robert Miller, philanthropist
"I am okay but had a little fracture on our last operation." - Capt. Highliner
r2d2 Master of Master Baiters
Joined: 19 Apr 2009
Location: in a galaxy far far away
Sun Mar 14, 2010 12:43 pm
maybe you can have fun pretending to apply for a 2nd loan, as $30m will surely not be enough?
you'll be able to compare the offers that you get, and the professionalism of the barristers involved
(1st one a lad who will be useless, 2nd one imaginary who will be extremely efficient and courteous).
and when you get to the pay-day, you'll naturally pay the imaginary barrister first, telling the lad's barrister you'll pay him from the 2nd loan money.
the lad knows the 2nd loan money will never arrive [he'll know a scam when he sees one] and will be desperate that you should pay him first.
which could be entertaining!!
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