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SayWhat 70F
55 posts
7/5/2022 5:55 pm
Who is dumber, the scammer or those who fall for it?

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SayWhat 70F
76 posts
7/13/2022 11:40 am

I tell you, scammers are stupid. I awaken this morning and find the following in my BigChurch inbox:

jamie001 65M
Mechanicsville, VA


"Hello Beautiful,

I've got a boss who's a widower and am 100% positive you guys are a match and I believe you are not too far from each other. He is not on any dating platform and I really want this for him because he's such a nice man. I would really be so proud of myself because he has gone through some bad times and it almost ruined him and now he's ready again, So i want to help him achieve happiness. I've showed him your picture and he was wowed and I believe you guys can work things out and get to know each other better, He said he felt a physical connection immediately he saw your picture and you look like a woman whom has found balance in many aspect of life which is a hard thing to come by this days. Just let him know you're the Beautiful woman I told him about from BigChurch. His name is Alex His direct email address is ************903 at gmail dot com, I give you my words you will never regret knowing him.

Have a wonderful day."


Seriously, now what random employee would get BC Gold Membership in order to find a date for his/her "boss?" If women fall for this crap, then they are just as silly as the scammer.


Deanash 52M
2 posts
7/18/2022 8:26 am

willingness to share a voice/video call is the best way to unmask them ...


SayWhat 70F
76 posts
7/19/2022 7:48 am

    Quoting Deanash:
    willingness to share a voice/video call is the best way to unmask them ...
Hi Deanash, welcome to my blog, and thanks for weighing in!

One of my favorite shows is Catfish, on TV. And I don't particularly care for Dr. Phil, but occasionally he has shows about women, and even men, who become catfished. I'm amazed at how naïve and easily duped some of these people are. More than one might have gone for literally years chatting on the phone with their professed lover, and never even catch a glimpse of what they look like. Some are so desperate that they willingly hand over 10's of $1,000.00's of dollars to scammers in the name of love. There's no excuse for such naïveté any longer because there's plenty of information about scammers and how they operate.


SayWhat 70F
76 posts
7/21/2022 10:29 am

jamie001 65M wrote me on BigChurch again! Now he's demanding that I contact his boss for a date, likely because I decided to email string him along ONE TIME. Yeah, I became curious to see if I could fake this person out. I responded that he should basically get lost, back to Nigeria, or whatever rock he crawled out from underneath. Beware... he's a live one who's ready to raid your pocketbook, here's what he wrote:

jamie001 65M
Mechanicsville, VA

"Did you contact my boss he lives in the same state with you. hes only here for job inspection contact him hes going to tell you more about himself."


Oooohhh, like I can't wait to hear from some random SCAMMER hot on my trail for the $$$. NOT.


Beavertraaxx 61F
8 posts
7/27/2022 4:15 pm

I like to string along the obvious scammers. I'm always curious to see what sad sob story they use to ask for money. Or how much silver and gold they have buried in their backyard, and need someone to help smuggle it out of the country.
And.. I received the "email my boss" message too. I replied asking "what's his age and location?" I didn't hear from him again.


SayWhat 70F
76 posts
7/28/2022 8:26 am

    Quoting Beavertraaxx:
    I like to string along the obvious scammers. I'm always curious to see what sad sob story they use to ask for money. Or how much silver and gold they have buried in their backyard, and need someone to help smuggle it out of the country.
    And.. I received the "email my boss" message too. I replied asking "what's his age and location?" I didn't hear from him again.
Hi Beavertraaxx, long time no see!

I know, aren't scammers idiots?

So you also received a message from the "email my boss" individual, how DARE he/she/it cheat on me like that! I've always been mystified about what it is about cheaters in general, who tell women the same story to different ones over and over in an attempt to con them. Then you got the cheaters who are also scammers ($$), which makes them doubly offensive. How can a woman be so needy that they would fall for such utter garbage? There's no excuse!