- Oct 7, 2018
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- North central florida
SCAM. And do not participate in the latest, which is them sending you a 6 digit code and you send it back, so they can hack your device.Ok guys, does this sound like a scam to you ?
A man in Texas wants my puppy, is sending a cashiers check for the price of the puppy plus a extra $1400 for me to pay the transporter to deliver some of his daughters things and the puppy to her in Alaska....of course I will waite till the funds CLEAR his bank, but it sure sounds strange to me....don't understand why he doesn't pay the person himself...
So I just sent him a text saying (lie) that I just talked with my bank and due to so many scams, that they won't release funds for ten businesses days....waiting for a reply from him, my gut is telling me it a scam...
Lol, while catching the chickens the electrical tape hold his shoe together fell off, it was a mass of tape so big I could of tripped over it and broken a bone...so I pointed it out to him and he picked it up and slid it back onto his shoe.....why not use duct tape lol....Those light in the grey matter episodes do give you something to remember. My sister's car broke down one night, leaving us both stranded, before the days of cell phones. The only car that stopped for us was a rolling junk yard escapee with a couple and 2 small children in it. Neither parent had a full set of teeth and what they did have was on the way out. The 2 toddlers were loose in the back seat, no car seats. The couple was very kind and offered to drive us to her house, which we accepted. We didn't have any other options except for a long walk home in the dark. We gratefully crawled into the back seat, not without trepidations, and my sister gave directions. Too late, we both realized the back seat was wet. Was it rain? Was it pee from the two unconfined free range children? We didn't know. True to his word, the light in the gray matter man drove us to her house. We went in and changed our pants. LOL