bshaid at gmail.com
Sat Jun 22 01:32:30 UTC 2019
with me it has been through facebook. The first one, once I realized it
was a scam, I asked them how they slept at night. and goodbye. The second
one wanted a "favour." I said "the second word is misspelled. Bugger
off." and I noted on facebook the person's name they were trying to use
for scam. No problems since. Also, the first one gave a phone number and
I tweeted the FBI and gave them the number and told them it was being used
as a scam...
On Fri, Jun 21, 2019 at 8:29 PM Wanda Sloan via Ohio-Talk <
ohio-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> A few months ago, I received an e-mail notice from what I thought was a
> cousin of mine from St. Charles Mo. The message said that had seen a
> nutritional product that was unanimously voted upon by the Shark-Tank
> judges. This sounded like a good deal and I received the product info.
> than once.
> The e-mail was different than what I would use for his contact, so, I
> him and asked how did he like the product that he was taking and selling.
> To my amazement, my cousin did not even know what I was talking about.
> Wow! The scammer could have had the same name but different e-mail
> I sent the scammer a strong message to never send me another message or
> would be properly reported.
> Yes, folks, they even use family members names to get to you.
> Wan Sloan
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