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    • Believe it or not, this is the point. They intentionally write it like this to weed out people intelligent enough to realize it’s a scam. lol

      They don’t WANT someone with brains responding, as sooner or later that person will cotton on to the scam no matter how clever they are. They want idiots who, more likely than not, won’t be willing to admit how stupid they were.

      • I had never considered this!

        My brother was once caught up in one of these scams. He communicated back and forth with someone in Africa, became friends with them, and then sent them $1,500. Needless to say, he never got his money back and never heard from the guy again. It was a hard lesson learned.

        Yet he won’t lone his mother or sister $5. >:-(

  1. I love getting spam like this. It’s like a Where’s Waldo – how many flags can you find that its a fake? There’s the 3 obvious ones that we can see, but if the link wasn’t blurred out (and if we could mouse-over it) we could probably spot at least 2 or 3 more.

    Spam spam spam spam SPAM SPAM SPAAAAAM!

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