April 3, 2009 at 4:20 am #247564
Yaaaaaayyyy Iâ€™m in the money!!!!!
Yesterday I was given $20,000,000,000 by an African finance broker for nothing, no kidding he just wants to give me the money for just offering to help ( which I didnâ€™t) but he said the money waiting for me and all I have to do is e-mail him and heâ€™ll get back to me with details of how heâ€™ll transfer the money to me.
Now if thatâ€™s not lucky enough today I won 4 million British pounds in a lottery draw I didnâ€™t even enter, I just have a lucky e-mail address picked out at random by a computer. To clam all I have to do is give them a few details about myself.
Am I lucky or what ??????
what a total crock of poop!April 3, 2009 at 4:27 am #403433
you have to wonder how people get sucked into these scams.April 3, 2009 at 4:41 am #403434
I get given money all the time too. 😆 All I have to do is give them all of my banking details + PIN and mother’s maiden name. 😆April 3, 2009 at 5:08 am #403435
All you lucky peeps!!! I had to pay for my flight to LA, then the next leg of the journey to Washington! and back, all my taxes and full insurance….sure it only cost me a smidgeon under 2grand, but hey!!! at least I know where the dollars are coming from! Thats why I don’t get to sleep at night…not because Im ripping someone off; Im working :tup: So Im going to be a little quiet the last week of Oct and the first couple of Nov! 😀April 3, 2009 at 5:42 am #403436
Wow, others are as lucky as I am! I put a belted galloway bull up on Farmstock and had a lovely man from Nigeria offering to buy it for twice as much as I was asking. He even showed me a picture of his herd to prove he was serious.
All I had to do was give the man who was going to contact me from the ‘freight’ company a few details… 😉April 3, 2009 at 6:12 am #403437
:lol::lol::lol:…………..you are all much luckier than me, i only reached the next level in the readers digest sweep stakes………..that i never entered:confused:.
Are there really that many gullable people out there:jawdrop:April 3, 2009 at 7:11 am #403438
Oh you’re all so cynical!
I had a man phone me up once to say “I’ve won six million pounds. What shall I do?” My first thought was “What an idiot – he actually believes he’s won something…” And my second thought was “He thinks he’s won six million pounds and the first thing he does is phone *me*????”
So I invited the guy round (I knew him anyway), explained the little catch in the letter he’d received (something to do with that ‘if’ written in tiny letters), married the guy and emigrated to Portugal with him. I did ask him about the six million once, but he said he didn’t need it anymore as he now had everything he’d ever really wanted. 😆April 3, 2009 at 8:16 am #403439
Awwww – I love it!April 3, 2009 at 9:20 pm #403440
My supervisors wife got the dodgiest email telling her that she had won 2 million dollars. He had to take a week off work to deal with the credit card companies she had got alot of credit from waiting for her ‘money’ to come through.
She kept it a secret so she could suprise him, even quit her job. Luckily, and only just, they kept the house. He had to claim serious hardship to collect his super early. She only just escaped being arrested.
They (being the people who study gullibility) say that this kind of mind set is linked with gambling issues.April 3, 2009 at 10:05 pm #403441
They (being the people who study gullibility) say that this kind of mind set is linked with gambling issues.
and greed.April 3, 2009 at 11:47 pm #403442
I knew a lady who won a car in a raffle!!!!!
Must have been hilarious when the organisers rang her.
She refused to believe them, told them to rack off!!!
Took a lot of convincing.
Was a very nice little red Mazda
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