Like Tree0Likes

Bank Transfer Scam in a Reply to My add on Powerboat USA

Reply
Old 09-09-2002, 10:13 PM
  #31
Registered
 
PhantomChaos's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Bell Canyon, CA
My Boats: Formula FASTech 382 Sunseeker Apache 45
Posts: 12,756
Default

TEL:+31-647-992-903

CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS PROPOSAL
You may be surprised to receive this letter from me since you do not know me personally. The purpose of my introduction is that my name is Henri Golden the son of John Golden Uwaluta ,a farmer in Zimbabwe who was recently murdered in the land dispute in my country. I got your contact through network online hence decided to write you.

Before the death of my father, he had taken me to Johannesburg to deposit the sum of US 4.5 million (Four million, Five Hundred thousand United States dollars), in one of the private security company, as he foresaw the looming danger in Zimbabwe this money was deposited in a box as gem stones to avoid much demurrage from security company. This amount was meant for the purchase of new machines and chemicals for the Farms and establishment of new farms in Swaziland.

This land problem came when Zimbabwean President Mr.Robert Mugabe introduced a new Land Act Reform wholly affecting the rich white farmers and some few black farmers, and this resulted to the killing and mob action by Zimbabwean war veterans and some lunatics in the society. In fact a lot of people were killed because of this Land reform Act for which my father was one of the victims.

It is against this background that, I fled Zimbabwe for fear of our lives and are currently staying in the Netherlands where we are seeking political asylum and moreso have decided to transfer my fatherís money to a more reliable foreign account. since the law of Netherlands prohibits a refugee (asylum seeker) to open any bank account or to be involved in any financial transaction throughout the territorial zone of Netherlands, As the eldest son of my father, I am saddled with the responsibility of seeking a genuine foreign account where this money could be transferred without the knowledge of my government who are bent on taking everything we have got. The South African government seems to be playing along with them.

I am faced with the dilemma of moving this amount of money out of South Africa for fear of going through the same experience in future, both countries have similar political history. As a businessman, I am seeking for a partner who I have to entrust my future and that of my family in his hands, I must let you know that this transaction is risk free. If you accept to assist me and my family, all I want you to do for me, is to make an arrangements with the security company to clear the consignment(funds) from their afiliate office here in the Netherlands as i have already given directives for the consignment to be brought to the Netherlands from South Africa.But before then all modalities will have to be put in place like change of ownership to the consignment and more importantly this money I intend to use for investment.

I have two options for you. Firstly you can choose to have certain percentage of the money for nominating your account for this transaction. Or you can go into partnership with me for the proper profitable investment of the money in your country. Whichever the option you want, feel free to notify me. I have also mapped out 5% of this money for all kinds of expenses incurred in the process of this transaction. If you do not prefer a partnership I am willing to give you 10% of the money while the remaining 85% will be for my investment in your country. Contact me with the above telephone number and through my private E-mail address ([email protected]), while I implore you to maintain the absolute secrecy required in this transaction.

Thanks, GOD BLESS YOU
Yours Faithfully
Henri
PhantomChaos is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 09-09-2002, 10:26 PM
  #32
Registered
 
Playn's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: BRENTWOOD, TN
Posts: 4,367
Default

We get them about twice a week. Today from our good friend Waziri Bello

SIR / MADAM

I REALLY DO NOT KNOW IF THIS MAIL WILL DISTURB YOUR
PERSON IF IT DOES DO ACCEPT MY APOLOGY.

MY NAME IS ( WAZIRI BELLO) I AM THE AUDITOR-GENERAL
OF THE FEDERATION (AGF) FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA.
YOU ARE AWARE THAT THE PRESENT GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
IS DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED AND THE PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA OLUSEGUN OBASANJOIN ITS DETERMINATION FOR TRANSPERENCY AND GOOD GOVERNAMNNCE EMBARK ON VISIT TO DIFFERENT COUNTRIES IN ORDER TO GAIN INERNATIONAL RECOGNIATION FOR THE YOUNG DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED GOVERNEMNT. THE ADMINISTARION CLOCK THREE YEARS ON 29TH OF MAY TO THIS END THE GOVERNEMTN SET UP A SPECIAL PATEN TOP PAY ALL FOREIGN CONTRACTORS THAT ARE BEEN OWNED BY THEGOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA DURING THE DAYS OF THE MILLITARY DICTATORSHIP.

GOING THROUGH THE FILE WE DISCOVERED AN UNCLAIMED
FUNDS, HOWEVER THE CONTRACTOR HAS SINCE BEEN PAID, THIS UNCLAIMED FUND IS AS A RESULT OF CONTRACT OVER INVOICING. THIS FUND HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR PAYMENT, HOWEVER, AS CIVIL SERVANT WE ARE NOT AUTHORIZED BY LAW OF THE LAND TO OWE A FOREIGN ACCOUNT TO THIS END I SOLICIT FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE IN TRANSFERING THIS FUND INTO YOUR NOMINATED ACCOUNT. TO AVOID ADMINSTRATIVE BOTTLE-NECK YOU WILL BE PAID VIA OUR OFF-SHORE BANK IN SWITZERLAND OR AMERICA. YOU ARE ADVICE THEREFORE TO FORWARD IMMEDIATELY YOUR BANKING INFORMATION TO EFFECT THIS PAYMENT.

WE ARE AWARE OF FRADULENT PRACTICES THAT IS BEEN PERPETRATED BY SOME INDIVIADUALS AND TO AVOID SUCH WE INTRODUCE A CODE ON YOUR FILE, YOUR PAYMENT WILL BE MADE IN SWITZERLAND OR AMERICA AND COMMUNCIATION SHOULD BE STRICKLY BY EMAIL AND PHONE CALL FOR NOW.

THE CODE IS TT40. BE ADVICE THAT ANY CORRESPONDENCE
FROM US WITHOUT THIS CODE SHOULD BE DISREGARDED.
EQUALLYY ANY CORRESPONDENCE FROM YOU WITHOUT THIS CODE
WILL BE DISREGARDED.

WE AWAIT YOUR URGENT RESPONS TO BRIEF YOU FURTHER. WE
WISH TO STATE CATEGORICALLY CLEAR TO YOU HERE AND NOW, THAT THIS TRANSACTION IS 100% RISK FREE AND THE FUND IS FREE FROM ALL DRUG RELATED LAWS. WE SHALL EQUALLY ENTER INTO A JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT, THIS AGREEMENT WILL OUTLINE THE SHARING RATIO. BE INFORM THAT I INTEND USING PART OF MY SHARE IN INVESTMENT IN YOUR COUNTRY AND I WILL BE NEEDING YOUR GOOD ASSISTACE IN THIS REGARDS.

DO TREAT WITH UTMOST SECRECY AND CONFIDENCE.

YOURS FAITHFULLY,

WAZIRI BELLO

(AUDITOR-GENERAL OF THE FEDERATION)
Playn is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 09-16-2002, 01:37 PM
  #33
Registered
 
PhantomChaos's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Bell Canyon, CA
My Boats: Formula FASTech 382 Sunseeker Apache 45
Posts: 12,756
Default Poissoned to Death.

Hello Dear,

Permit me to inform you of my desire of going into business
relationship with you .

I am FRANCIS LUMUNBA, The only son of late Mr and Mrs BRIGHT LUMUNBA.
My father was a very wealthy GOLD and COCOA merchant who based in
ACCRA GHANA and ABIDJAN respectively, The economic capital of cote
D'Ivoire.

He was poisoned to death by his business associate on
one of their business outings.
When my mother died on the 21ST October 1994 , My
father took me so special because I was motherless.

Before the death of my father on the 29th November
2000 in a private hospital here in Abidjan , He sincerely called me
on his bed side and told me that he had a sum of
$50,000,000usd(FIFTY MILLION US DOLLARS)kept in a security company in
SPAIN. He also said that the security company does not know the
content of the safe Box. He also used my name to Deposit the money
as his first Son for next of kin. He also explained to me that it
was because of this wealth that he was poisoned by his business
associates, That I should seek for a foreign partner in a country
of my choice where I will transfer this money and use it for
investment purposes, I want you to assist me in clearing this fund
into your account overseas as a beneficiary of the fund, and also
use it for an investment purpose, such as real estate management.
My interested areas of investment are: REAL ESTATE,HOTELS,
PETROLUMINDUSTRY.

I am honourably seeking for your assistance in the
following ways.
(1)To assist me to clear this fund from the security
company and transfer to your account successfully.
(2) to provide a bank account into which this money
would be transfer to.
(3)To serve as the guardian of this fund since
I am a Boy of (18)yrs .
(4) To make arrangement for me to come over to your
country to further my Education and to secure a
residential permit in your country.

Moreover, I am willing to offer you 15% of the total
sum as compensation for your effort /input after the
successful transfer of this fund to your nominated
account.

Furthermore, you can indicate your option towards
assisting me as I believe that this transaction
would be concluded within 14days,from the day you
signify interest to assist me.

Awaiting to hear from you soonest.

Please reach me through the email address above. Or
my above telephone number to enable us discuss the
modalities.

Thanks and God bless you as you for your anticipated
cooperation.

Best Regards,

FRANCIS LUMUNBA.
PhantomChaos is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 09-23-2002, 02:18 PM
  #34
Registered
 
PhantomChaos's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Bell Canyon, CA
My Boats: Formula FASTech 382 Sunseeker Apache 45
Posts: 12,756
Default From The US Secret Service

PUBLIC AWARENESS ADVISORY REGARDING "4-1-9" OR "ADVANCE FEE FRAUD" SCHEMES

4-1-9 Schemes frequently use the following tactics:

An individual or company receives a letter or fax from an alleged "official" representing a foreign government or agency;

An offer is made to transfer millions of dollars in "over invoiced contract" funds into your personal bank account;

You are encouraged to travel overseas to complete the transaction;

You are requested to provide blank company letterhead forms, banking account information, telephone/fax numbers;

You receive numerous documents with official looking stamps, seals and logo testifying to the authenticity of the proposal;

Eventually you must provide up-front or advance fees for various taxes, attorney fees, transaction fees or bribes;

Other forms of 4-1-9 schemes include: c.o.d. of goods or services, real estate ventures, purchases of crude oil at reduced prices, beneficiary of a will, recipient of an award and paper currency conversion.

If you have already lost funds in pursuit of the above described scheme, please contact the U.S. Secret Service in Washington, D.C. at 202-406-5850 or by e-mail.

Nigerian Advance Fee Fraud Overview
The perpetrators of Advance Fee Fraud (AFF), known internationally as "4-1-9" fraud after the section of the Nigerian penal code which addresses fraud schemes, are often very creative and innovative.


Unfortunately, there is a perception that no one is prone to enter into such an obviously suspicious relationship. However, a large number of victims are enticed into believing they have been singled out from the masses to share in multi-million dollar windfall profits for doing absolutely nothing. It is also a misconception that the victim's bank account is requested so the culprit can plunder it -- this is not the primary reason for the account request -- merely a signal they have hooked another victim.

In almost every case there is a sense of urgency;
The victim is enticed to travel to Nigeria or a border country;
There are many forged official looking documents;
Most of the correspondence is handled by fax or through the mail;
Blank letterheads and invoices are requested from the victim along with the banking particulars;
Any number of Nigerian fees are requested for processing the transaction with each fee purported to be the last required;
The confidential nature of the transaction is emphasized;
There are usually claims of strong ties to Nigerian officials;
A Nigerian residing in the U.S., London or other foreign venue may claim to be a clearing house bank for the Central Bank of Nigeria;

Offices in legitimate government buildings appear to have been used by impostors posing as the real occupants or officials.

The most common forms of these fraudulent business proposals fall into seven main categories:

Disbursement of money from wills
Contract fraud (C.O.D. of goods or services)
Purchase of real estate
Conversion of hard currency
Transfer of funds from over invoiced contracts
Sale of crude oil at below market prices

The most prevalent and successful cases of Advance Fee Fraud is the fund transfer scam. In this scheme, a company or individual will typically receive an unsolicited letter by mail from a Nigerian claiming to be a senior civil servant. In the letter, the Nigerian will inform the recipient that he is seeking a reputable foreign company or individual into whose account he can deposit funds ranging from $10-$60 million that the Nigerian government overpaid on some procurement contract.


The criminals obtain the names of potential victims from a variety of sources including trade journals, professional directories, newspapers, and commercial libraries. They do not target a single company, but rather send out mailings en masse. The sender declares that he is a senior civil servant in one of the Nigerian Ministries, usually the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). The letters refer to investigations of previous contracts awarded by prior regimes alleging that many contracts were over invoiced. Rather than return the money to the government, they desire to transfer the money to a foreign account. The sums to be transferred average between $10,000,000 to $60,000,000 and the recipient is usually offered a commission up to 30 percent for assisting in the transfer.


Initially, the intended victim is instructed to provide company letterheads and pro forma invoicing that will be used to show completion of the contract. One of the reasons is to use the victim's letterhead to forge letters of recommendation to other victim companies and to seek out a travel visa from the American Embassy in Lagos. The victim is told that the completed contracts will be submitted for approval to the Central Bank of Nigeria. Upon approval, the funds will be remitted to an account supplied by the intended victim.


The goal of the criminal is to delude the target into thinking that he is being drawn into a very lucrative, albeit questionable, arrangement. The intended victim must be reassured and confident of the potential success of the deal. He will become the primary supporter of the scheme and willingly contribute a large amount of money when the deal is threatened. The term "when" is used because the con-within-the-con is the scheme will be threatened in order to persuade the victim to provide a large sum of money to save the venture.


The letter, while appearing transparent and even ridiculous to most, unfortunately is growing in its effectiveness. It sets the stage and is the opening round of a two-layered scheme or scheme within a scheme. The fraudster will eventually reach someone who, while skeptical, desperately wants the deal to be genuine.


Victims are almost always requested to travel to Nigeria or a border country to complete a transaction. Individuals are often told that a visa will not be necessary to enter the country. The Nigerian con artists may then bribe airport officials to pass the victims through Immigration and Customs. Because it is a serious offense in Nigeria to enter without a valid visa, the victim's illegal entry may be used by the fraudsters as leverage to coerce the victims into releasing funds. Violence and threats of physical harm may be employed to further pressure victims. In June of 1995, an American was murdered in Lagos, Nigeria, while pursuing a 4-1-9 scam, and numerous other foreign nationals have been reported as missing.

Victims are often convinced of the authenticity of Advance Fee Fraud schemes by the forged or false documents bearing apparently official Nigerian government letterhead, seals, as well as false letters of credit, payment schedules and bank drafts. The fraudster may establish the credibility of his contacts, and thereby his influence, by arranging a meeting between the victim and "government officials" in real or fake government offices.


In the next stage some alleged problem concerning the "inside man" will suddenly arise. An official will demand an up-front bribe or an unforeseen tax or fee to the Nigerian government will have to be paid before the money can be transferred. These can include licensing fees, registration fees, and various forms of taxes and attorney fees. Normally each fee paid is described as the very last fee required. Invariably, oversights and errors in the deal are discovered by the Nigerians, necessitating additional payments and allowing the scheme to be stretched out over many months.


Several reasons have been submitted why Nigerian Advance Fee Fraud has undergone a dramatic increase in recent years. The explanations are as diverse as the types of schemes. The Nigerian Government blames the growing problem on mass unemployment, extended family systems, a get rich quick syndrome, and, especially, the greed of foreigners.


Indications are that Advance Fee Fraud grosses hundreds of millions of dollars annually and the losses are continuing to escalate. In all likelihood, there are victims who do not report their losses to authorities due to either fear or embarrassment.


In response to this growing epidemic, the United States Secret Service established "Operation 4-1-9" designed to target Nigerian Advance Fee Fraud on an international basis. The Financial Crimes Division of the Secret Service receives approximately 100 telephone calls from victims/potential victims and 300-500 pieces of related correspondence per day.


Secret Service agents have been assigned on a temporary basis to the American Embassy in Lagos to address the problem in that arena. Agents have established liaison with Nigerian officials, briefed other embassies on the widespread problem, and have assisted in the extrication of U.S. citizens in distress.


If you have been victimized by one of these schemes, please forward appropriate written documentation to the United States Secret Service, Financial Crimes Division, 950 H Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20223, or telephone (202) 406-5850, or contact by e-mail.

If you have received a letter, but have not lost any monies to this scheme, please fax a copy of that letter to (202) 406-5031.
PhantomChaos is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 09-23-2002, 02:20 PM
  #35
Registered
 
PhantomChaos's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Bell Canyon, CA
My Boats: Formula FASTech 382 Sunseeker Apache 45
Posts: 12,756
Default

Big Brother may be scanning emails?

Look at the link that was added to this scam email I received today.

Dear sir,

I got your address via the internet. I have a proposal
for you - this however is not mandatory nor will I in
any manner compel you to honour against your will.

I am 49, and had worked with a bank (one of the African
leading banks in the West Coast). Here in this bank
existed a dormant account for the past 8 years which
belong to a Syria national who is now late.

When we discovered that there had been no deposits nor
withdrawals from this account for this long period, I
and my two other colleagues decided to carry out a
system investigation and discovered that non of the
family member nor relations of the late Syrian is
aware of this account.

This is the story in a nutshell.

Now we want an account overseas where we can transfer
this funds. Thereafter, we had planned to destroy all
related documents for this account. It is a careful
network and for the past eleven months we have worked
out everything to ensure a hitch-free operation.


The amount is not so much at the moment and plus all
the accumulated interest the balance in this account
stands at-US$19,334,798.42 million US dollars.

Now our questions are:-

1. Can you handle this project?
2. Can we give you this trust?
3. What will be your commission?

Consider this and get back at us as soon as possible.

Finally, it is our humble prayer that the information as
contained
herein be accorded the necessary attention, urgency as well
as the secrecy it deserves.

We Expect your urgent response if you can handle this
project.
Call me at this direct line 00225 0775 6823 after sending a
mail for confirmation.

Respectfully yours,

Mark Henry Jr



------------------------------------------------------------
Nigerian Scam !! READ if you've received a request!!
http://www.secretservice.gov/alert419.shtml


---------------------------------------------------------------------
Express yourself with a super cool email address from BigMailBox.com.
Hundreds of choices. It's free!
http://www.bigmailbox.com
---------------------------------------------------------------------
PhantomChaos is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 09-23-2002, 02:33 PM
  #36
Platinum Member
Platinum Member
 
Steve 1's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2001
Location: Beautiful Fort Lauderdale www.cheetahcat.com
My Boats: Slippery when wet!
Posts: 10,833
Default

Two suspects held in Nigerian bank scam
Reporter: Don Germaise
an Associated Press report 7/27/01
Atlanta - The Secret Service says it's arrested two suspects in connection with a multi-million dollar international bank scam.

The suspects were arrested in Atlanta. One of the victims taken in the Nigerian bank scam lives in Tampa.

Shahla Ghasemi says she lost more than $300,000 in the scam.

Someone emailed Ghasemi claiming she inherited $27-million from a long lost relative. All she had to do was wire $7,000 to a lawyer in Nigeria. Each time Ghasemi wired money, the attorney came up with another expense.

$300,000 What kind of a Idiot is that ??
Steve 1 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 09-23-2002, 02:40 PM
  #37
numerouno
Guest
 
Posts: n/a
Default

it show come as no surprise that power boaters are targeted?

why?

1) They know we have money
2) They know we're stupid...would a smart person spend so much money on something they use so little and cost so much to own and maintain?????

??????????????????????????

"1"
 
Reply With Quote
Old 02-11-2003, 01:27 PM
  #38
Registered
 
PhantomChaos's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Bell Canyon, CA
My Boats: Formula FASTech 382 Sunseeker Apache 45
Posts: 12,756
Default ??????????????

FROM : MR MENSAH DIOUF,

Attn: Director,

Dear sir,

I am overwhelmed with joy to contact you after going
through your profile. Thus, I make this proposal
letter to you for a business that will grant us mutual
benefits.


I write to solicit for your assistance and support to
enable me execute a very lucrative and high profiting
business transaction.I am very confident that with
trust and understanding,we can be able to execute
this business to our mutual benefit and believe that
you will not let down the trust and confidence I am
willing to repose in you.

I work for SVR AGRO INDUSTRIE(S A I), I work as the
corporate affairs manager. Between the 17th -19th of
August, 2002 a business seminar was held in BOUAKE Cote'
D'ivoire of which I attended. While in the Seminar,I
was opportuned to meet Alhaji AU Bostra, the President
of IVOGRAIN-SIPRAETS. Alhaji Bostra is a stark
illitrate but an accomplished and widely known and
recognised millionaire farmer in this part of the
region. He has farms in different countries of West
Africa. But above all, he is one of the greatest
supplier of cattle,beef and other diary products in
this part of the coast.

On getting to know my proffesion, ALHAJI Bostra took
me into confidence by informing me about the purchase
of a particular but very important medicine for his
cattle. He informed me total confidence that he buys
this product at $5,000.00 USD per carton, and that he
mostly buys to the excess of 200 cartons. He informed
me that he was only asking me to find out if my
organisation could source for him a cheaper supplier
considering the percentage trend of falls in the
general price of beef in the world market which is
affecting his business.

Back in my office, I discussed this proposal with my
boss and he decided to handle the supply by himself.
We carried out a market research and discovered that
we could purchase this medicine some what cheaper in
Eroupe for $2,000.00 USD per carton . We moved
proposal to IVOGRAIN-SIPRA to make the supply to them
at$4,600.00 USD per carton of which he accepted.
Owing to my role in the transaction, I had an
agreement with my directorto be receiving 15% of
whatever gain is made on each supply of which he
agreed. But on the completion of the suply and the
receipt of the payment, my boss renegated on our
agreement and refused to give me my share of the
profit.

Since then our relationship has been at its lowest
ebb. I have since accepted it as one of life
experiences. However, as God would have it, recently,
I intercepted a letter of request from Alhaji Bostra
asking my boss to supply him with 800 cartons of the
same product before the 15th March, 2003. I ceased
the letter and this letter has not and will never get
to my boss.

I personally contacted Alhaji Bostra and informed him
that I can introduce him to the producer who is ready
to supply him the product at $4,200.00USD if he will
pay in advance as he usually does. He was very pleased
and is right now waiting to be contacted by my
partner.

We will buy the medicine at $2,000.00 USD from Holland
and sell at $4,200.00USD to Alhaji Bostra with him
first paying 50% of our quoted price in
advance.I will be entitled to 20% of whatever profit
we make after the deduction of all expences.

If you are interested and capable of handling this
supply with me, kindly get back to me urgently through
my e-mail so that I can furnish you with the contacts
of both our source in Holland and that of Alhaji A,U,
Bostra.

Kindly be notified that at no point in time should
Alhaji Bostra suspect that you are not the producer of
the medicine and we should never allow him know the
contact of our real source in Holland as not to allow
him boycot us to deal directly with them.

I hope to receive your response and I thank you in
anticipation of your coperation.

Yours sincerely,

MR MENSAH DIOUF
PhantomChaos is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 02-11-2003, 03:08 PM
  #39
Platinum Member
Platinum Member
 
Steve 1's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2001
Location: Beautiful Fort Lauderdale www.cheetahcat.com
My Boats: Slippery when wet!
Posts: 10,833
Default

I read where someone fell big-time for that and embezzled a couple million of company money planning to repay from their share of the profit now Jail time!
Steve 1 is offline  
Reply With Quote
Old 02-11-2003, 06:02 PM
  #40
Xtreme Cooler Test Dumby
Platinum Member
 
Need-the-Speed's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2001
Location: Watkins Glen, New York
My Boats: 1997 Fountain 24 CS, 2002 31 Fiesta Vee, 2005 Xtreme Cooler ATC
Posts: 1,442
Default

I think all these guy's bought the same book "From Rag head to Rich White man in ten Days" . Just think about all the dumb bstrds that fall for these things. You know the ones...3 months late on the trailer payment, kids running around the front yard with nothing but a four day old diaper, 6 cars in the backyard with parts laying everywhere. I can almost hear the excitement now " Bobby Joe look hear, it says if we give him our bank account number we'll be rich.....Yee haaa...were goin' buy out Wal-Mart. Send it, Send it now ya dumb fool". Meanwhile in a gave in Afghanistan, bin laden ( a.k.a Dead Man with a rag on his head) is buying plane tickets....you get the idea...
Need-the-Speed is offline  
Reply With Quote
Reply

Related Topics
Thread
Thread Starter
Forum
Replies
Last Post
Turbojack
General Q & A
5
10-04-2004 12:02 PM
mr_velocity
General Boating Discussion
7
01-12-2004 06:13 PM



Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are On



All times are GMT -5. The time now is 03:21 PM.


Copyright 2011 OffShoreOnly. All rights reserved.