Rude Con Men

cpunk

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#1
Okay, bad enough as it is to have these fückers sending bogus emails the whole time, they're now taking the p1ss. I just got this:

DEAR SIR/MADAM,

I AM MR WANG QIN, WE ARE GROUP OF BUSINESS MEN WHO DEAL ON IMPORT AND EXPORT OF RAW MATERIALS INTO EUROPE, AMERICA AND CANADA, WE ARE SEARCHING FOR REPRESENTATIVE WHO CAN HELP US ESTABLISH A MEDIUM OF GETTING TO OUR COSTUMERS IN EUROPE AMERICA AND CANADA AS WELL MAKING PAYMENT THROUGH YOU TO US.

WE WILL BE VERY GLAD IF YOU CAN BE OUR REPRESENTATIVE IN YOUR COUNTRY AND EARN 10% OF EVERY PAYMENT MADE THROUGH YOU TO US.FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT US WITH YOUR FULL INFORMATIONS/CONTACT DETAILS.

OUR CONTACT DETAILS IS GIVEN BELOW.

NAME : MR WANG QIN.

EMAIL: wang_qin101@msn.com

BEST REGARD'S,

MR WANG QIN.

CEO.
 
#2
So you're saying if he was a polite con man (or had a less unfortunate name), it'd be okay?

My mind is too tired to expand on the potential for fun here but I'm sure other arrsers have got some ideas as to how to reply to 'Mr Wang Qin'.
 
#3
I just got my mobile phone bill. Some w*nkers have been sending me the crapiest jokes (which I did not request) and charging me £1.50 per joke. The number is 82388.
 

cpunk

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#4
army_of_1 said:
So you're saying if he was a polite con man (or had a less unfortunate name), it'd be okay?

My mind is too tired to expand on the potential for fun here but I'm sure other arrsers have got some ideas as to how to reply to 'Mr Wang Qin'.
Read the letter: Mr 'Wang Qin'???? :lol:
 
#5
there is a website that gives you tips and tricks for playing these scammers you get in your inbox with a load of bollo replies to get their grollies in a lather. www.419eater.com is where there is loads of ideas. I wind these sh1tbags up on a regular basis. It is only what they deserve.
 
#6
This is also a helpful site:

Fraud Watch International

I get this one monthly:

LOTTONET INTERNATIONAL.
FROM: INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION/PRIZE AWARD DEPT.
BATCH NUMBER:14215/71732/AB/SL.
DATE:1st--OCTOBER--2005.
RE: WINNING NOTIFICATION / FINAL NOTICE
Sir/Madam,
We are pleased to inform you of the long awaited recently released
result of the Lottery Winners International programs held on the 1st of
May,2005, blah...blah...blah....
This bit always makes me laugh....

Attached document and information is to be kept away from public and
protected with utmost confidentiality.......
 
#7
I know a guy who replied to one of these emails before. They then again asked for all of his details then asked if he wouldn't mind taking a flight to Nigeria to meet up with them and finalise the contract. He thought this was a bit fishy so he went to his government regarding this.

He was then informed that these types of people are a con. They are known for making you go to certain places, kidnapping you and demanding a ransom.


Good luck with that 8)
 
#8
Anya1982 said:
I know a guy who replied to one of these emails before. They then again asked for all of his details then asked if he wouldn't mind taking a flight to Nigeria to meet up with them and finalise the contract. He thought this was a bit fishy so he went to his government regarding this.

He was then informed that these types of people are a con. They are known for making you go to certain places, kidnapping you and demanding a ransom.


Good luck with that 8)
yup you got the jist of this thread didn't you!
 
#9
cpunk said:
army_of_1 said:
So you're saying if he was a polite con man (or had a less unfortunate name), it'd be okay?

My mind is too tired to expand on the potential for fun here but I'm sure other arrsers have got some ideas as to how to reply to 'Mr Wang Qin'.
Read the letter: Mr 'Wang Qin'???? :lol:
Yes, i got it the first time. :)

Still don't doubt that this letter could be a genuine attempt at fraud. After reading some of the piddle that the Nigerian lot try, I can't help thinking this letter is written along similar lines. Even if the crook is thinly disguising himself, the barsteward.
 
#10
There used to be an email address at NCIS where you could send the details of these scams to.

My own rude conman experience was rather different. It's 1996 and I'm meeting the future Mrs. Veg for lunch in Marylebone on a Saturday afternoon. Two scruffy blokes in a transit pull up and shout at me "Oi! Wanna buy some cheap speakers?"

Veg: "No, not really."

Rude Conmen: "Why not?"

Veg: "Because I already have some."

Rude Conmen: "But look at these beauties!"

They bundle out of the van and stand in front of me whilst one of them heaves some large German speaker system out of a cardboard box.

Rude Conmen: "Only a hundred quid...are you some kind of mug?"

Veg: "no, I'm not. Can I go?"

Rude Conmen: "OK, how about eighty quid?" (at this point the bloke is starting to remind me of Michael Palin haggling in Life of Brian)

Veg: "Go away."

Rude Conmen: "There's no need to be like that, cnut."

How they laughed as I produced my warrant card and told them they were both nicked on suspicion of handling stolen goods. The locals turned up and spent an hour searching their van and seizing the gear...never actually found out what happened which suggested that they weren't charged but at least their Saturday afternoon got properly FUBAR'd.

V!
 
#11
never actually found out what happened which suggested that they weren't charged but at least their Saturday afternoon got properly FUBAR'd.
If they were anything like the couple of dodgy looking blokes that sold my brother a tele and video, a few years back. There would have been empty black boxes.

To this day I can't understand why the pillock didn't notice the lack of weight of the tele.

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#12
There is a few dodgy looking Chinese guys who walk around west London (Ealing, Boston manor, Action etc). Then go in and out of shops and cafes trying to flog DVD's for £5. Sometimes your lucky and get a decent one. Other times, well lets just say "Home-ward bound" wasn't a kiddies movie!
 
#14
Anya1982 said:
There is a few dodgy looking Chinese guys who walk around west London (Ealing, Boston manor, Action etc). Then go in and out of shops and cafes trying to flog DVD's for £5. Sometimes your lucky and get a decent one. Other times, well lets just say "Home-ward bound" wasn't a kiddies movie!
They're still there! or more so. Got a couple fortnight ago. In fact, my SIL buys them quite regularly and never got a shite one. They must have not liked the look of you :D

Never a town called Action, its Acton.
 
#15
The old speakers one! I haven't seen that for a while. The last time it happened to me was when I was stuck in a queue on the Marylebone Road. Transit pulled up alongside and out came the spiel, to which I was able to tell them that my answer was the same as yesterday, ie No! At least they laughed.
 
#17
I was at a service station on the M6 last week when a bloke in the car park tried to sell me (I quote) an "exclusive, genuine 22ct. gold-plated watch with a superb quartz movement by an internationally respected Swiss firm, available usually only in the Middle East and at a special price, to me, of only seventy-five pounds."

Said timepiece was so garish that Fifty Cent would have told him to fcuk off.

I'm ten years older, so I just shook my head and walked on. What a way to make a living.

V!
 
#18
Same thing happend to me last year, but they pulled out a watch magazine, flipped it open to an advert and said "We work for this company, won'a buy one of their watches? how much money do you have on you?"
"Just enough for a pie and enough left over to ask other people what the time is"

The watches looked tacky as hell!
 
#19
Just try popping into one of the computer shops in Tottenham Court Road, a rather nice, and helpful friendly, emerald isle, chap will meet you outside and sell you a top of the range laptop for £400 and when you open up the bag back home, you have 50 copies of the scum! All the same weight of a nice new pentium 'new of the world' If is to good to be true then it is!
 
#20
Few years back my neighbour was in the market for a new tv and stereo after being burgled.
A mate of his new a mate who could set him up with a cheap one, so a meet was arranged and you can probabley guess the rest. T he stuff the bloke tried to flog him was the same stuff he had stolen.
Dont know everything that happened , all i do know is he wasnt someone you would want to cross.
 

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