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09-15-2008 11:22 PM
sailingdog He's obviously using a fisherman's ruler again..
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Originally Posted by lbdavis View Post
Speaking of spam, I got an email this morning asking me if I'd like to add 3 inches to my manhood.

I was going to reply, but then I got to thinking... What the heck would I do with 15 inches of manhood?
09-15-2008 08:39 PM
Rockter Classic advance fee fraud.
Check out 419eater.com for some of the excellent counter-scamming techniques used to slow down these fraudsters.

Rockter.
09-15-2008 06:03 PM
camaraderie
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Originally Posted by lbdavis View Post
... What the heck would I do with 15 inches of manhood?
Whatever you do...don't ask the Hawg that question!
09-15-2008 03:28 PM
lbdavis Speaking of spam, I got an email this morning asking me if I'd like to add 3 inches to my manhood.

I was going to reply, but then I got to thinking... What the heck would I do with 15 inches of manhood?
09-15-2008 03:11 PM
teshannon
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Originally Posted by mman30 View Post
I am soooo so pissed I did not get that email first. If you pass on it, I will gladly help that south african scam artist, I mean philippeno lady in distress.
Just give me your account information and I'll pass the funds on to her.
09-15-2008 01:18 PM
mman30
Where is my offer

I am soooo so pissed I did not get that email first. If you pass on it, I will gladly help that south african scam artist, I mean philippeno lady in distress.
09-15-2008 01:15 PM
camaraderie Thanks for the notice Ajari...she will be toast momentarily. I suspected something with her first ten posts and now you have confirmed it.
Anyone else getting spam PM's from "members" please let a mod know immediately. Thanks!
09-15-2008 01:14 PM
artbyjody I got it too and forwarded it to Cam... seems the little bot has been heavy in the forums as well...even made it to the AFOC thread and someone replied to it...as well as quoted ...
09-15-2008 01:14 PM
Boasun I receive about four to six spams a week. Aka "you have won the lottery", from various lawyers about my being a heir to a fortune, or someone needs to move money and for a few dollars (thousands of your $$). The painted money where they need a special paint remover or something. And so on, so forth and other schemes that are put out there to hook you and drain your bank accounts.
09-15-2008 01:09 PM
SVCarolena Wow, $4 million for helping a total stranger! I bet you can't wait to help her with this deal and buy a brand new boat! I'm very jealous.
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