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Valerie 8 month s ago
OK, and what happened then?
       
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Diana 8 month s ago
Valerie, Well, then everybody stood up and applauded.
       
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Missy 8 month s ago
Why would a Nigerian Prince try to scam you out of money?
They seem to have so much money they want to give it away for a small fee!
       
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Arabelle 8 month s ago
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Daniel 7 month s ago
posted car for got 2 scammers textinng in less than 5 min.
told them all to pound sand and i did report their phone numbers , so they need new phone #,s now scammer #1 816 565 8506
scammer #2 417 309 4646
i hate scamming people / kill kill shoot shoot shoot shoot
       
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"Immediately knew it was a scam but I played along acting confused because I’d never used Zelle, he sends me the zelle info to send the payment.

At this point I reverse image search the cabin and find the actual property owner info and call them. He confirmed that he has had this scam happen before and angry people show up expecting a rental that is already legitimately reserved and demanding a refund. I give him the links and info to the fake Craigslist posting so he can report it."

 

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