Anonymous: 10 months, 1 week ago
I almost got duped this week-end, so i must say for some-one in my position, that really looked like a nice hefty chunk of change, and its so sad how persons like that will take people for a scam for doing nothing and lining their pockets,when the rest of us have to spend hours a day / week and month doing actual work, when I said I only had $50 (R500 -RSA )the messages started becoming more aggressive, to the affect that if I didn't do the deposit they wouldn't be able to drop my cheque of on Sunday and I could go with the diplomatic courier to the bank and draw the rest of the money in exchange of this $950 000.00 cheque, which was also spelt incorrectly, high school kids even younger. Our banks in the RSA are not open on a sunday and they pushed the issue that the courier was on a tight schedule to get the other lottery winners their cheques. They dropped names such as Mark Zuckerberg, Patrick Widen, Lincorn Wave, from who the messages came from, Ethan Connors who initiated the conversation saying that I am a facebook lotto winner, John Buckler,Ali Mathew whose bank details are as follows: Nigeria,Lagos, zip code:23401, oh and lets not forget the cheque I was able to download that had my name on it. I hope you who designed and responsible for facebook can put this information to use and catch these good-for nothing loosers. you who started this scam, you are scum of the earth and if i had an opportunity to say it to your face, i would, but your day will come, your judgement day.