New photo database/unidentified leps
billcor at mail.mcn.org
Wed Sep 19 13:09:38 EDT 2001
I get some from Nigeria too occasionally I followed one up to where they wanted to
meet me in Canada because they couldn't get a visa to the US. With all that money
& political contacts, I doubt that was the reason. If they are so altruistic &
honorable, why not invest the millions in some kind of Nigerian employment company
like a conservation corp.? I sent one letter to the internet fraud website and
they never answered, but I don't know why. it was either because: 1) the money is
real, 2) I wasn't defrauded, 3) their scam analyst had seen it so many times he
just glossed it over, or 4) he picked it up & is now retired in Bermuda.
Dave Green wrote:
> > >>I was unable to reply directly to Dave Green.
> > >I didn't get through either.
> >He has jiggered his email reply address. To mail him, you have to edit it
> >from "@aol.comnospam" to "@aol.com".
> That's right, Liz. With all the blocks I've put up, they still come thru,
> 10-20 spams a day. I also (try to) block anyone who's sent me a virus.
> Thought it would be obvious. Should I add a note about it?
> Get one almost every day from Nigeria, that looks interesting, though....they
> say I could be rich...maybe I'll try it.
> Thank y'all for your help! I can't remember when I've had so much fun. These
> old brain cells are getting lots of stimulation.
> Pollinator at aol.com Dave Green Hemingway, SC USA
> The Pollination Home Page: http://pollinator.com
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