Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Letters To Editor 9-4-2007 Beware Scams Everywhere



Dear Friend, I have been waiting for you since to come down here and pick your Bank Draft but did not heard from you since that time.Then I went and deposited the Draft with Global Security Company here in Benin Republic, because I travelled to Iraq to see my boss and will not come back till next month end.I want You to contact the Shalom Courier Company to know when they will deliver your package. I have paid for the delivering charges and insurance fee.The only money you have to send to them is there security keeping fee which is $85.00 Us Dollars to received your package.This is their Contact Address, Contact Dr. PAUL ERIDirector Shalom Courier Company Benin Republic. E-mail:(daybydayservice_company001@yahoo.com.br)Phone number +229-93914170 Try to contact them as soon as possible to avoid increasing the security keeping fee.Below is the information you required to send to them;Full name......................Home address.....................Telphone...............Age......................Sex................I gave them your delivering address but you have to reconfirm it to them again to avoid any mistake on the delivering.__________________________________________________Note. The SHALOM COURIER COMPANY BENIN REPUBLIC don't know the contents of the Box. I registered it as a Box of an Africa cloths. They don't know it contents money. this is to avoid them delaying with the Box. don't let them know what is contains.I am waiting for your urgent response. You can even call the Director of SHALOM COURIER COMPANY with this line +229-93894157.Let me know immediately you receive your Draft.Thanks. BARR IDUU BAB


Dear Counselor Samanego

I see your are doing a good job counselor Samanego, you are doing what you do best .

How many of these messages do you have to get out to screw some old people out of their savings ? 1 out of 400 perhaps, maybe if you buy the mailing list InfoUSA advertised lists of “Elderly Opportunity Seekers,” 3.3 million older people “looking for ways to make money,” and “Suffering Seniors,” 4.7 million people with cancer or Alzheimer’s disease. “Oldies but Goodies” contained 500,000 gamblers over 55 years old, for 8.5 cents apiece. One list said: “These people are gullible. They want to believe that their luck can change.”

Perhaps if you try the List Suffering Seniors,” 4.7 million people with cancer or Alzheimer’s disease your odds will be better and perhaps one day when Elder Financial Abuse isn't such a popular and profitable undertaking our politicians will pass laws to put scum like you in Jail.

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