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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by daneoni, Jun 21, 2009.
...a nice big rock with the note 'Here's your iPhone...A s s h o l e!'. Too much?
That would make my day
What scam is he trying to pull? The fake paypal message? The dear sir or madam? The money order scheme?
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Tell him the phone was bricked and send him a brick...hahaha!
Send him one of those inserts from a case that look like an iPhone
He placed a ridiculoud bid on my auction forcing others out. When the auction ended ebay kicked him off the site. He then faked an ebay apology email saying he was wrongly kicked off and that i should infact carry out the transaction
Following that, he fakes a PayPal payment email and promptly sends me his address in nice big bold letters. He lives in Dagenham
send it to him...
Give us the address so we can all send a gift
we can all send him iPhone inserts
Can i legally do that? I mean i don't like the guy but i don't want unnecessary 'attention'
If you want to go through with it, the next step is for you to setup a Paypal account that all of us can send you a buck in order to cover the shipping charges. Not that I've ever contributed to such nonsense in the past or anything...
we might get in trouble for scamming a scammer
In all seriousness, I'd just forget it... you can get yourself into a lot of trouble shipping certain things across state lines. Not to mention, even if all you send is a rock or a brick, a scammer isn't exactly the sort of person you want to put in a position to make any "claims" based on your failure to send him the advertised item... or worse/weirder/etc. I'd rather just keep my distance. Know what I mean?
these people didnt get in trouble
Heres how to handle a scammer...Really Funny.
instead make an iphone out of carboard or something and make it look ridiculous..haha.
LOL thats rich
Give it a few days for a payment to clear. Transfer the payment to your account then send him what he fairly paid for.
IF he doesnt clear the payment, send him iPhone inserts or if you're as extreme as me, try to get your hands on a broken iPhone, break it up even more by smashing the screen, then disassemble it and send it to him in pieces.
Or you could get your hands on an old Nokia cellphone and just mail that over to him.
its a long story..but I am amazed it worked. Haha, Kinda cool he was able to get spies where the scammer lived--hehe. To bad an iphone isnt worth more than a grand or you could get the spammer to pay a lot for a box--lol
Lol...epic story. I'm surprised the guy went AWOL after that...go figure. I'd do the iPhone insert thing but i dont have one unfortunately
Thats just it there was NO payment of any kind. He only fabricated emails.
Its the same city. He has no claim to ANYTHING because he didn't pay for anything
Go buy an iPhone case (make sure it comes with an iPhone insert) and then you have a case and the scammer has a iFake