Seriously, what kind of an idiot are you if you are using your real name to try to scam people. How to Scam Someone on e Bay and Tips for the Rest …saved by 2 others UH1 bookmarked on 05/27/08 | […] Well, that is quite good tips for all of us.It is a great place full of wonderful information, but it is also full of many dangers. This wiki How will give you a few tips on how to be safe on the internet. Use a different password for each account and change it every few months. Do not give out personal details to strangers, both online and offline. Later doing intense research, I found he was well known scammer. One of my old friends aged about 80 who ran a health food store in Singapore was a pioneer during his time.He was so stupid to invest all his hard-earned money in a so-called million-dollars shares in Nigeria where he was scammed dead broke. Nigeria is a place where fools rush in where angels fear to tread. About the video showing Judge Judy against one so-called e Bay scammer in court, I would like to query why doesn’t e Bay take legal action against such scammers in court as well.Although Zoosk certainly isn’t the oldest dating site on the scene, it rapidly became one of the most popular.A quick look at the stats says everything you need to know about why Zoosk is an industry leader.
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I did get one Nigerian guy scammer but not in e Bay but something else.
It looked so real at first and I was getting ready to send him fund. Just like what victims of scams in China reported in the news: “Anyone who sells anything in China is a great liar and only liars are true.” 90% of Nigerians are poor people and 90% are scammers and 10% are preachers of scammers!