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2 minutes ago, jvs said:

Frankly i hate people like this and they are the absolute bottom of the barrel.

Yes i caught on right away but u think a lot of people still fall for this scam.

If nothing else this can be a warning for others.

Very hot outside,what is wrong with being inside and try to scam a scammer?

 

I never add friends I don't know. I keep my friends to under 100. ONly VERY good friends and relatives. 

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15 minutes ago, Neeranam said:

I never add friends I don't know. I keep my friends to under 100. ONly VERY good friends and relatives. 

I have a lot of Facebook friends,it has to do with my hobby and i am in contact

with people from all over the world.

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About 15 years ago I had an Eastern Euro lady string me along for over a month. I really thought it was legit. Personalized messages, coherent convos interested in each other, nothing to lead me to believe it was automatic or copy and pasted. She seemed like this exciting, talented musician, sharing pics of her travels and gigs, though they could've been stolen from anywhere.

 

Finally it came, amidst her travels her gear had been seized by customs, and it would take a few thousand USD to get it out. Please, that's my livelihood, what will I do without it? You know you and I are getting closer, and I really want to visit the USA someday, blah blah. I halfway believed it, then eventually figured no, the whole thing's been a sham. But wow, so much time they invest in it. I guess it really pays off, as some really believe it.

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32 minutes ago, AlexRich said:

You said “so I told him” ... but it’s a lady? Typo perhaps but probably accurate ... some guy sitting in an Internet cafe in Lagos looking for a mug to scam.

99% chance it is some guy,maybe even one of the scammers in Bangkok.

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4 hours ago, CrunchWrapSupreme said:

About 15 years ago I had an Eastern Euro lady string me along for over a month. I really thought it was legit. Personalized messages, coherent convos interested in each other, nothing to lead me to believe it was automatic or copy and pasted. She seemed like this exciting, talented musician, sharing pics of her travels and gigs, though they could've been stolen from anywhere.

 

Finally it came, amidst her travels her gear had been seized by customs, and it would take a few thousand USD to get it out. Please, that's my livelihood, what will I do without it? You know you and I are getting closer, and I really want to visit the USA someday, blah blah. I halfway believed it, then eventually figured no, the whole thing's been a sham. But wow, so much time they invest in it. I guess it really pays off, as some really believe it.

In English, throw enough s''t and some will stick!

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