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Thu, 7 Jan 2016 16:44 EST
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trần thi
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 10:35 EDT
xenophobia and boycott products from china esp milk and salt , pm nguyễn tấn dzũng advise hà nội women to be cheap prostitutes and capital virgins must sell body to xe ôm to make money 4 family , women should respect men to repair headache and sleepless b
helen keller sayings in her childhood and real life
Mr. Lopez
Sat, 6 Jul 2013 01:29 EDT
Dear sir,

Having been the target of these requests or promises, and learning the hard way, I must agree with the USA student lawyer working in Ghana, and his posting on Tue, 11 Jun 2013 05:46 EDT on Do look at it!

The Federal Bureau of Investigation with the United States Department of Justice has an insurmountable load of cases just like this. It always ends no good for the person either sending money to a requester or allegedly promised to receive fantastic amounts of money.

If you do not believe me, at least look at the facts detailing all of this on Wikipedia.

First, look at "419 Scam", a.k.a. "Nigerian Scam" here:

Next, look at "Romance Scam" here:

NEVER SEND MONEY OR RECEIVE MONEY FROM ANYONE YOU HAVE NEVER MET BEFORE IN PERSON, AND ON A LONG TERM BASIS - ESPECIALLY OVER THE INTERNET AND TELEPHONE. If someone contacts you to send them money for any assortment of reasons, or to get money for them, or promising you money, please do not do it. This is a common scam where people will give you a really sad story to try and get you to help them but they will instead take your money (or you will end up with criminal charges placed against you for your cooperation). They are not ever who they say they are (and can pretend to be many people that ONLY SOUND real and credible). PLEASE GET WISE before it is too late! I hope that I have helped you all.


Mr. Lopez.
Sat, 16 Feb 2013 12:03 EST
hello everyone, just to let you know about girls from Senegal who claims to have $ millions dolars left by late fathers, it's not true , you are going to lost everything becareful, i was the victim in that country of senegal, don't entertains this girls they are looking for your money, you'll pay endless dear so becareful,

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