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||Posted - 23 Jun 2015 : 19:30:49
I've just received an e mail from a Mr Suliman ,seemingly via the forum e mailing facility,requesting my assistance in releasing his inheritance of several squillion US dollars using my bank account.I may be tad on the suspicious side but can this be for real as it came via the club website
Seriously,if our website is being manipulated by scammers perhaps our webmaster wizard could look into it.
Ps JUST NOTICED THAT Mr SULEMAN IS OUR NEWEST MEMBER
MY RESPONSE TO HIS REQUEST IS **** *** AND SPEND YOUR LIFE DOING SOMETHING WORTHWHILE IF YOU ARE REMOTELY CAPABLE
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||Posted - 24 Jun 2015 : 09:02:02
Normally the fake accounts are easy to spot but this one looked like a normal registration.
His account has now been deleted.
Sorry about that.
||Posted - 23 Jun 2015 : 21:23:37
I have the email address of a Nigerian Prince here who appears to specialise in this kind of thing. Maybe he can help him out.
Building the 'Mark II' fastback Rapier ('Arrocuda').
||Posted - 23 Jun 2015 : 21:06:46
I was so happy this afternoon, having passed the MOT without a single fault, that I have woken up my army of mooses (or meese?) and Father Christmas to collect the 9.6 Billion $. They already came flying back into their summer hiding place and delivered the cash. Half of it is now sewn into the pillow on my bed, the other half in the empty space in my desktop computer.
Now, earnestly, none of these emails are true. The only ones who will make money are the people sending them. Pure Scam.
Best greetings from the Isle of Arran in Scotland.
||Posted - 23 Jun 2015 : 20:37:59
I had it too John and I'm sorry to say I've already claimed the millions!