Gumtree

#1
Right, i was watching a program last night and there was a section of the show about how people use 'gumtree' to place an add, meet up, shag, end of.......i was suprised as i thought it was a site for selling old bits of crap if your too cheap to use ebay.

having had a quick look over the site there are plenty of filthy women looking for a good seeing to, or so it would seem.

Just wondering if anyone had used the old www.gumtree.co.uk to get themselves a bit, seems a sure shot!
 
#3
Most the fit looking ones are blags. You recieve an email asking you to ring on her mysteriously expencive number. swingingheaven is more realistic.
 
#6
Don't go there, it's shite. I've been advertising for months for a scat handmaiden, and I haven't had a peep.
Lezzers.
 
#9
kingburn_99 said:
gdm.bizkit said:
http://www.gumtree.com/london/47/44283347.html

jeez shes fit...
First one to bed this young lady (with picture evidence) wins!!!
Don't jump to conclusions. Why do you think she didn't show a full legth photo?
 
#10
Monty417 said:
kingburn_99 said:
gdm.bizkit said:
http://www.gumtree.com/london/47/44283347.html

jeez shes fit...
First one to bed this young lady (with picture evidence) wins!!!
Don't jump to conclusions. Why do you think she didn't show a full legth photo?
Ill tell you why.
 

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#13
carlbcfc said:
PANTS

Made me laugh that
I would love to post an add like that and then send massive size 22, sh1t stained kecks to the lucky bidder.
 
#14
buggrit said:
Monty417 said:
Monty417 said:
kingburn_99 said:
gdm.bizkit said:
http://www.gumtree.com/london/47/44283347.html

jeez shes fit...
First one to bed this young lady (with picture evidence) wins!!!
Don't jump to conclusions. Why do you think she didn't show a full legth photo?
Ill tell you why.
[/b]I would! Cant see why you wouldn't in all honesty.


Fcuked bigger in my time. On the last occasion, she was sitting on my lap getting it. When she got up to get a fag, she carried me along with her. When she turned round, she asked where I'd gone. ?? :oops:
 
#15
Mr_Deputy said:
call her craig she's left her number - ask her if the gusset is double stitched and loads of technical questions - do they come with a receipt.

O7O9 98 3OO968
Switch on folks!

In a variant on the lottery scam thieves have been persuading people to part with personal banking information by using 070 numbers.

The 070 numbers were introduced a few years ago as “personal numbers” for people on the go, and could be redirected to a mobile or landline. They cost more for the person dialing than the usual 01 or 02 numbers, but are free to obtain.

A phone number that people can call brings more trust than an e-mail or a letter, and a number of people have been caught by this scam.

How It Works
You receive a letter or an e-mail stating you’ve won a cash prize, but the people sending the letter need your bank details to be able to deliver it to you. You can reply, or you can call a 070 number.

The fact that a number’s included leads many to believe this is real, not a scam, and they do call, handing over personal financial information. Before they know it, the scammers have used their bank information to empty their account.

What they don’t realise is that 070 numbers are easy and free to obtain, and can be quickly discarded. You don’t even need to be in the UK to have one, although the callers don’t know that. When they believe they’re talking to someone in Britain, it’s perfectly possible that the person at the other end of the line is in Lagos or somewhere similar. In fact, these throw away numbers are the most commonly used for scams behind US phone numbers.
 
#16
Tiddle said:
Mr_Deputy said:
call her craig she's left her number - ask her if the gusset is double stitched and loads of technical questions - do they come with a receipt.

O7O9 98 3OO968
Switch on folks!

In a variant on the lottery scam thieves have been persuading people to part with personal banking information by using 070 numbers.

The 070 numbers were introduced a few years ago as “personal numbers” for people on the go, and could be redirected to a mobile or landline. They cost more for the person dialing than the usual 01 or 02 numbers, but are free to obtain.

A phone number that people can call brings more trust than an e-mail or a letter, and a number of people have been caught by this scam.

How It Works
You receive a letter or an e-mail stating you’ve won a cash prize, but the people sending the letter need your bank details to be able to deliver it to you. You can reply, or you can call a 070 number.

The fact that a number’s included leads many to believe this is real, not a scam, and they do call, handing over personal financial information. Before they know it, the scammers have used their bank information to empty their account.

What they don’t realise is that 070 numbers are easy and free to obtain, and can be quickly discarded. You don’t even need to be in the UK to have one, although the callers don’t know that. When they believe they’re talking to someone in Britain, it’s perfectly possible that the person at the other end of the line is in Lagos or somewhere similar. In fact, these throw away numbers are the most commonly used for scams behind US phone numbers.
And they're advertising on Gumtree? Sneaky bastards!
 
#17
Mr_Deputy said:
'switch on'? I wasn't going to call, Craig was ....and then tell us all about the date/funds transfer. Ruined it Tiddles.
You jack bastard! :D
 
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