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Hey guys, if you haven't come across or received one of these scam messages that normally originate from Africa then you are very lucky. They normally arrive via e-mail, however these pests and now joining forums and sending messages to members. So if any of you receive one of these messages, please report it straightaway and one of us will deal with it.

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benmcfadden replied the topic: Spam messages

They get everywhere. Delete them all on sight

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it does concern me that these people are out right scam artists that are basically looking to relieve you of as much money as they possibly can. I would hate to think that somebody on my website got taken for a ride. Personally, I can never understand how people fall for these tricks, to me they are so obviously trying it on. Having said that, it's normally the older generation that get taken in which is what really makes me angry.

I set up by disabled dating website a few months ago as I'm getting them registering on there, all of them from bloody Africa. The thing is, all the e-mails are laid out in the same format, it's almost as if they are copying a template that somebody wrote and sent out to all the gangs who obviously send these messages.

It really does make me chuckle though, alarm bells start ringing when somebody asks you if they can deposit $5 million into your bank account. :-)

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streetsmart73 replied the topic: Spam messages

OFL wrote: it does concern me that these people are out right scam artists that are basically looking to relieve you of as much money as they possibly can. I would hate to think that somebody on my website got taken for a ride. Personally, I can never understand how people fall for these tricks, to me they are so obviously trying it on. Having said that, it's normally the older generation that get taken in which is what really makes me angry.

I set up by disabled dating website a few months ago as I'm getting them registering on there, all of them from bloody Africa. The thing is, all the e-mails are laid out in the same format, it's almost as if they are copying a template that somebody wrote and sent out to all the gangs who obviously send these messages.

It really does make me chuckle though, alarm bells start ringing when somebody asks you if they can deposit $5 million into your bank account. :-)



hi there

1. mr penn, it also happened in Singapore too.
2. yes, normally the "gullible" are the misinformed.
3. besides, email and marriage proposal from Africa, we have always encounter many spasms from prc.
4. virtual gals looking for some good time or partner.

"somewhere in time ... gone with the wind"
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