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CheersTerry

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  • Re: UK / Nigerian Scammers

    You are completely insane.

    Good luck.

    Cheers,
    Terry
  • Re: UK / Nigerian Scammers

    The mere fact that you're on a website that requires that as a
    disclaimer is unfathomable to me, but at least you have your head on
    shoulders and you're not falling for idiotic on-line scammers that so
    many fools on this forum appear to be doing.



    All the best to you.



    Cheers,

    Terry
  • Re: UK / Nigerian Scammers

    This thread (and others like it on this forum and elsewhere) leave me in complete amazment. This is beyond being naive, innocent or clueless, it's well past complete idiocy. I can't belive how utterly stupid some poeple can be, falling for these shockingly obvious lies.

    It's mind boggling.

    Cheers,
    Terry
  • Re: UK / Nigerian Scammers

    After I posted that rant I seriously wondered if I should delete it. Yes, it was very harshly stated and I don't want to be rude... but honestly... it's 100% true... so it's a completely fair observation.

    At a certain point people have to stop being idiots and start acting like an adult. When you're a grown up you have to accept certain responsibilities and one is to STOP being a silly fool.

    I have as much compassion as anyone, but when an adult acts like a dumb little kid then it's time for some tough love and to be told to take their heads out of their butts and start acting like a responsible human being is not out-of-line.

    I wish the best to everyone.

    Cheers,
    Terry