solution to Nigerian scam problem
Wed, 2 Jul 2003 14:32:54 -0400
"Dave Glubrecht" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Better yet all who recieved the offers to accept them, get the known
> bad checks, put them in your account, wait two weeks. This will start
> costing them $$ in sending the checks (I heard they often send them
> and try to get the banks to do something about it.
All the banks I've ever dealt with have a bad check fee, charged to the
account holder depositing the check. I've seen them as high as $25 per
check. So it's far from free.
I do like the idea of making them spend money. If you go to the
scamorama site, you can see where an enterprising Englishman got the Lads
from Lagos to send HIM 175 British Pounds.
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