I just hooked a scammer!

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decoder
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Post by decoder » Wed Jun 27, 2007 11:09 am

Hey ! Great to be on board - nothing better than a fun bit of scambaiting - I'm a fan of the scambaiting site - http://www.419eater.com, and it's great to see Kiwi's fighting back too.

Looking forward to seeing the low-life scammer's hopes being raised then squished :-) - good luck with it.

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TechnoKiwi
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Post by TechnoKiwi » Wed Jun 27, 2007 8:04 pm

PaulCarter wrote:I'm a fan of the scambaiting site - http://www.419eater.com
I was a founding member of 419eater, and was one of the moderators there for about two years, which is why I'm not a newbie at this business. ;-)

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brown dog
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Post by brown dog » Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:32 am

Well guys and girls, its been a few weeks since I last posted, and no dodgy Nigerian cheque in the mailbox, perhaps my scammer found an easier target. I just thought I would take the opportunity to say thank you to everyone who offered help to exact a bit of revenge on this arsehole, perhaps the universe decided to punish him and he got hit by a bus, hence no cheque! Again, thanks, and keep up the good work!
cheers BD
P.S. hope you all watched 60 minutes tonight, and saw the faces of some of these Nigerian scammers.

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Post by digidog » Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:36 am

Nigerian scammers are a bit like buses. You don't see one for a while and
then three come along at the same time. You'll have plenty of opportunity
to play with them in the future if you wish.

I hope this has been an enjoyable experience for you and that you continue
to use our site to check out the wide variety of scams that infest TradeMe.

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TechnoKiwi
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Post by TechnoKiwi » Fri Jul 20, 2007 2:58 am

That's a shame!

Maybe there was a stuff-up at the 'dodgy cheque writing department' and they simply forgot to send you one.

Oh well, better luck next time! 8-)

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