Jamaica lottery scam

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I accepted a friend request, and engaged in a chat with Frederick who accused my amigo, Micheal, of a five-hundred-USD scam, and me of money laundering. I was the middle party in a transaction last week, because I was told Frederick would only send to a US bank account, and not directly to Micheal in India. The only reason I could imagine Frederick insisting on a US account is he was aware there was a process to reclaim his money. I used a checking account that I deliberately keep empty, and went ahead after a moment of hesitation. Micheal gave me a gracious grazie, and now Frederick claims he was scammed, and he wants to reclaim his money. Before today’s end of the chat Frederick apologized, which I credited him as a reasonable attempt to get on track with me. Frederick knows I have not accepted his apology, and he knows the remaining hours of today are chill. Maybe we’ll resume mañana. I have no notice from my bank of Frederick’s attempt to reclaim the money. Dear kind readers: If you don’t know of Jamaica’s lottery scam it’s interesting reading. Sincerely, Tom Doody. If Frederick’s lottery-scam paizano’s were to learn he was legitimately scammed by Micheal in India they would have reason to berate him. The lottery-scam Jamaicans have scammed millions from USA and other rich English-speaking countries starting with a phone call that tells the soon-to-be victim he or she has won the lottery. Although there’s a comical element there are real victims, and the money fueled mass crime in Jamaica. »» about me 302-990-2346

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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