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Poll :: Do you think this is going to end up being a 419 type of scam?
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AnnaLeia Hello I'm New here!
Joined: 12 Jun 2011
Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:22 am
I have long been a fan of 419eater and I have been praying fervently to get one of these comic-goldmine emails. Today, I logged onto my Facebook and practically squealed with joy. A man named Ernest sent me an email in which he stresses that he really must speak with me. This is an on-going thing, but I have a feeling it will turn into a 419 deal. I will update as the e-mails roll in. :)
June 12, 2010 - Day 1
From :Ernest Sefah Nyarko
Subject: good day!!!!
Message: shannon, kindly call me on this line as us to share something very vital okay. +233242669111 enjoy the day...
I have no access to a phone at this time. What is so vital that you need to speak to me about?
Hope your day is faboo,
Gimli Filthy Beggar
Joined: 28 Jan 2011
Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:51 am
Welcome to Eater!
I take it that you received this on your real life Facebook account? If so, I would recommend dropping him since he has access to your real life information. If you set up an anonymous email account you can pick up some lads down in the Surplus forum and have tons of fun with them. Read the stickies and have fun!
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Yeah, I got it on my RL FB. But he's not a friend and I have all my stuff set to private, so no one but friends can see it. I was just reading all of the DO NOTS though and I think dropping him is a safe bet. At least until I get a false FB.
Hary.H Not quite a Newb
Joined: 06 Jun 2011
Sun Jun 12, 2011 11:12 am
Dont risk it its still easy to find your freinds and one of them may be less carefull than you. As good as it sounds just drop it.
ateabanah Gone fishin'
Joined: 07 Oct 2010
Location: anywhere but here.
Mon Jun 13, 2011 2:21 pm
Definitely make a facebook account. When you do, add Ri,ch,ar,d h,eh,d. without commas of course. A lot of my friends are RL 419 scammers. It's funny. They even scam from their real facebook accounts, the same accounts they give away their blackberry pin #'s on, post pics of hanging out with their friends, comment on their families profiles, and all else. The exact reason why you shouldn't respond and bait this guy from your own personal facebook ;]
I have a good one going on right now.
His daughter fell from a 6 story building and is going to die if I don't send him $200 for surgery on her legs. Luckily I promised to send $500 thru western union and he's estatic.
Throw a couple dollars on skype and call them. They get even more excited, unless it's 3am. Then they don't know how to react!
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