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Author Topic: Fraud with elegance, but fraud.  (Read 1641 times)

Curt

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Fraud with elegance, but fraud.
« on: June 25, 2007, 10:13:26 AM »
Many times I have been offered miillions of dollar, if I would only do this or that. Today the amount was merely $950000, but the style had a lot more elegance to it than before:

Quote from: Edu Laja [email]edulaja.2007@rediffmail.com[/email]

CONTACT MY SECRETARY FOR YOUR $950.000.00

My Dear Friend,

This is to thank you for your effort.I understand that your hands were tied.Not to worry. I have succeeded, the money has been transfered intothe account provided by a newly found friend of mine in Australia.

To compensate for your past assistance and commitments,i have dropped an International Certifie Bank Draft of $950.000.00 for you.

I am in Australia with my family presently.I do intend to establish some business concerns here,and possibly buy some properties.Contact my Secretary in Benin-Republic Mr.Ekeson Eze  phone number (+22993006876) you can call him on you email him with this email address(ekeson_eze1@myway.com) Forward my mail to him,then ask him to send the cheque to you.

Take good care of your self.

Regards,

Dr Edu Laja

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I have removed the link from the image; it was NOT going to Microsoft...

Some months ago there was a spot in the news about a Danish grown up guy who actually sold all of his belongins and gave the money to two of this kind of 'beings'. He was hoping to get millions, but ended up paying hundreds of thousands.

People...!!!

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Re: Fraud with elegance, but fraud.
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2007, 05:48:29 PM »
Some months ago there was a spot in the news about a Danish grown up guy who actually sold all of his belongins and gave the money to two of this kind of 'beings'. He was hoping to get millions, but ended up paying hundreds of thousands.
How stupid can people be? >_<
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Re: Fraud with elegance, but fraud.
« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2007, 04:01:22 AM »
How stupid can people be? >_<

Pretty darn stupid!