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10-12-2004 10:16 PM
i replied

ok this is what i said:

"I'd love to help but how do i know that this is legit? Can you give me some kind of proof that you are who you are? Maybe a picture of yourself holding a sign with my name on it?
My name is Micheal Moore Morse.

Can't wait to do business with you.

Good Day, Mike"

not very creative, i know, but for some reason i just don't feel like a smartarse today.
normally i can come up with something just off the top of my head, but not today.

oh well, we'll see how it goes.

BTW, i had to use my last name because my e-mail address is "[email protected]". couldn't really do anything about that, lol.
10-12-2004 07:48 PM
*****Caution: This post contains phycologial nudity.*****

I was at a chatroom a couple of weeks ago and this "Abu Mybutt Istuffed Mahamud isdum" towelhead guy was saying that terrorists had already penetrated the borders (well regular civilians do that from Mexico illegally (or use loopholes in the system) all the time, making it worse for the ones that come here legally) and they had plans and they'd kill our soliders and all that BS. I couldn't copy and paste it (stupid chatroom) so I told him to rot in hell, that subhuman scum of the earth towelhead [email protected]$tard that needs a gun to compensate for his pe***.
10-12-2004 06:49 PM
Jon Many websites have popped up to ridicule these 419 scammers. There is a great one here, where a guy pretends to fall for the scam many times. The fake name that he uses: David Lee Roth.

There is a classic pic (real?) making the rounds on the net, of one of the scammers waiting at the airport to pick up the American businessman "David Lee Roth". He told the scammer to take a pic of himself holding the sign, so he would know what he looked like when he landed in Nigeria. It would make a great avatar, but you probably can't see the lettering on the sign when it's shrunk down to size.

10-12-2004 04:57 PM
1Fast65Elky Troy, thanks for telling me to re-read the thread, now that I did that it does make more sence what tm454 said the biggest 1st class heel ever....ohh crap I made a good sized mistake.. that comment did get me in a bad mood.
Sorry tm454 I don't know why but everytime you post something like that after I posted it reallly made me feel like u were talking to me.... and yea i did report you wish i hadnt though..

Well I went from being kinda depressed to being a big huge leather heel.

Again sorry tm454 for the report..

I sent you a pm Tm454 I hope you read it, I truely am sorry for taking your post as a hit to me.
10-12-2004 04:49 PM
troy-curt Hey 1fast65,

I think you owe tm454 an apology. He did not call you a troll, you should read the posts a little better. He was referring to the scamer, just like every one else was doing.

I've played with a few of them a couple of times, they finally catch on after you pull there chain for a while.

10-12-2004 04:37 PM
1Fast65Elky 1st class heel. sorry tm454.

Just replied to Centerline in pm I recieved, He seen it the way it was supposed to be seen, so my report most likely didnt get you in trouble.
Glad I didn't get you in trouble for something i took wrongly.

Have a good one
10-12-2004 04:27 PM
no response to this clown...act like your dealing with a troll and don't play with him!

That is the best idea yet really.
10-12-2004 04:22 PM
I suggest...

no response to this clown...act like your dealing with a troll and don't play with him!


Rat Rods Rule!
10-12-2004 04:18 PM
1Fast65Elky the original 419 scammer page i found way back when p-p-p-p--p-p-p-pppowerbook was first done like a year agp

They are a bunch of people in a forum board like here excpet they fish for MUGU's (scammers) they get them to do all kinds of stuff take weird photos in dresses with signs that make fun of them etc. great site for looking/laughing at all the dumb caught scammers.
Im gonna go check outebolamonkeyman site now, it looks pretty cool. lol

Have a good one.
10-12-2004 03:53 PM
MoparReligion It's too bad you cant pass a big old virus off to the guy. I must get 4 viruses a day that norton catches. If only that guy could get a nice virus that was sent to him as an attachment. Maybe say that you have attached all the pertinent info and then "POW" there goes his machine.

Too bad doing such would be a crime. Some folks deserve it!
10-12-2004 03:42 PM
I FOUND IT.......

This guy messes with those Nigerians,pretty good.Do not accidentely slip and give these scumbags any important information.-Ron-
10-12-2004 03:18 PM
66Caprice I usually reply with a big ol curse word that tells them where they can put it, then I block their email address, domain name and internet address (IP) on the mail servers. After that, I forward the message header to their ISP for a complaint. Sometimes I will submit their IP address to international blackhole lists as well, depends on how many spammers have irked me off for the day. I do this anti-spam stuff for a living, you know...

I want to get a bumper sticker that says:

Kill Spammers for fun and profit! Ask me how!
10-12-2004 03:04 PM

Foward those letters to the FBI or the US Marshals office. I've been bugging them about these scams. There are alot of people that are getting taken by these scammers. And the Fed's need to start doing something about it.
10-12-2004 02:25 PM
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10-12-2004 02:22 PM
stu Something of a sexual nature that would be physically impossible to do.
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