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GeorgiaBBW

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Aug 21, 2017
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Just a heads up..please carefully READ if you accept e transfers...from ANYONE.. I received one and was supposed to be for a larger amount and when I recieved it, it was a money REQUEST transfer. If I hadent noticed it...I would have been out this large amount. This was a "client" trying to scam me.

Please take care with this sort of thing..people are out to scam everywhere....
 

susi

Sassy Strumpette
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@the Meat Market!!!lol
these scams are now coming in languages other than english so be really careful. in french for example it's "demander" when they are requesting.

love susie
 

Riza

Filipina MILF
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Jun 3, 2013
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Richmond incall
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I am getting a few of these per week.

I now play with them and waste their time. Amazing how pissed they get. I keep telling them I got the money and thanks, when are you coming. They then cancel and send again. Sometimes from a different account. Goes on a few times until they figure out I am not completing the transfer.

Also if you cancel the transfer interact asks why and I always put "trying to scam money from me, was supposed to be money sent" I figure if they get enough of those they will shut down the account.
 

bradman

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Mar 19, 2019
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I am getting a few of these per week.

I now play with them and waste their time. Amazing how pissed they get. I keep telling them I got the money and thanks, when are you coming. They then cancel and send again. Sometimes from a different account. Goes on a few times until they figure out I am not completing the transfer.

Also if you cancel the transfer interact asks why and I always put "trying to scam money from me, was supposed to be money sent" I figure if they get enough of those they will shut down the account.
Hahaha nice job messing with them. I have occasionally done the same thing to the people who pose as escorts and try to pull the old deposit scam with the guys. I wouldn't be surprised if it's the same people pulling the scam from both sides of the equation.

The thing I wonder about is how do they put a fake name on their bank accounts so they remain anonymous? I know you can put multiple email addresses on your bank account and receive etransfers through any of them, but I've tried to change my name on my bank account before in order to not reveal personal info to the recipient and the bank won't let me. I even phoned the bank and asked if there was a way but they said no. So I'm wondering how these scammers manage. Do they have a bunch of fake IDs that they use or what?
 

Correct

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Dec 5, 2018
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Proudly in Revelstoke BC
I am getting a few of these per week.

I now play with them and waste their time. Amazing how pissed they get. I keep telling them I got the money and thanks, when are you coming. They then cancel and send again. Sometimes from a different account. Goes on a few times until they figure out I am not completing the transfer.

Also if you cancel the transfer interact asks why and I always put "trying to scam money from me, was supposed to be money sent" I figure if they get enough of those they will shut down the account.
I like your style Riza!
 
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