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feltons
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Joined: 01 Dec 2005
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2005 11:21 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I am new to this site but thought in any event someone may learn from my naivety:

I had a couple of 'numbnuts' on the go for months, they were:
[email protected] (White Obaseki) and a [email protected] (Greg Conrad).

Eventually after telling them that I'd worked in Nigeria, knew all about 419'ers and wasn't about to send money via any means to anyone, they said they had someone that would fund the transfer. This is where their trick took a turn to advance fee. They sent me a cheque for 100,000.00 pounds sterling, believe me, I still have the copy. The 'funds' actually cleared my account too, it took me to report my suspicion that this may be a fraudulent cheque in order to get HSBC to look more closely. The forgery was indeed very good, they didn't spot it in the clearing office London!

The long and short of this is that the police were involved, they warned me to leave them well alone, I could they say be deemed to be participating. I would be interested to know and I wont tell you the sort code, but the account number on which the 100K was drawn is ******* Confused with HSBC. Who has these sort of funds ready for these dimwits to steal from a chequing account???

What has drawn me to report this is that I have received an invite from:

[email protected] (Miss Marry MOURE)

Now should I start 'baiting' her??? Question


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thedopefishlives
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Joined: 16 Aug 2005
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2005 3:27 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

To answer your first question, these people steal from all kinds. Anyone who just doesn't know about all the variations of the 419 scam is vulnerable to getting suckered. A well-meaning elderly person with a lot of money laid away could very well get taken in by one of these "dimwits", and the result is exactly what you saw - they'll draw forged checks on the account to try and scam other people.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2005 3:35 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Can you **** the account number please ( don't want other lads using it ) and they obviously have your address or similar if they sent you the check so leave these people alone and bait safe. Welcome aboard.

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