Thursday, February 4, 2010

Scam

Scams.
Dont you just love it when you get a real shit of a week,   no e-mails no one contacts you,your  back and all the joints acke from over working them like lugging suitcases around!.. trying to get a trustworthy person to move the furniture  while having a problem with the language barrier.
then out of the blue some kind person who has lost all but one of her reletives in a plane crash and her remaining reletive turns out to be a right  bastard who she cannot trust.  and decides I am  the only person she can trust with her heirloom,   matter of fact I feel very good about this after all, She has written personally to a person in one of the most corrupt countries in the world and asked for help, now she has put me in a dilema  I just do not know what to do  should I give her my bank details so she can send me the 22 million Euro  when I am not sure if I could trust my bank with that kind of money, so rather than have more worries  I have declined here kind offer.  I know I am being silly but I have been working with the Arabs too long  and I realy . when it gets down to the nitty gritty I have no trust in people anymore.
 by the way here name was  Justina luk

3 comments:

Patrina said...

Funny - tony. So did you move to another flat?

Rob and Mandy said...

Had several of those emails myself, amongst others a US soldiers wanting my help to smuggle Saddam's treasure out of Iraq...
The scams usually come from Africa, often Ghana. And believe it or not some people go for it. Obviously, the 'unlucky person' always have some fees to pay, and wants your money for doing it...

ADRIAN said...

Tony, good job you didn't feel able to help. I got there first. All the best in your new abode and hope the back recovers.