Jan 13, 2004 10:59 PM
|I got a check today, from Nigeria, for $6,000.00 for a $1050.00 bike that I had advertised on the net. He agreed that my price was more than fair, and the only thing I had to do was send the 'excess money' to his business associate via Western Union Money Transfer. Of course, I'm going to do it. Tomorrow.
Let's see, this check (I have now 8 of them) makes a total of over $40,000.00 in fraudulent cashiers checks I've collected from these nimnodes. They look fabulous hanging on my wall as conversation pieces. The checks cost these guys money, and it costs around $50~$65 to have it sent via FedEx Express Overnite. Somewhat poetic justice, don't you think?
I know, I know, there have been people that have fallen for this scam, particularly when it was new. My sympathies to them. My thought is, that if scammers want to play, I can too.
|re: good moods||tacoma401|
Jan 16, 2004 9:41 AM
|That just put me in a good mood!! Thanks, they deserve to be ripped off once in a while too.|| |