Need money? Free scam idea, ready to use.

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Re: Need money? Free scam idea, ready to use.

Post by StroppyChops » Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:45 pm

frank lee bent wrote:so, SC really is a reptilian who has had the alien genetic enhancements.
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Post by Jamie_Lambo » Sun Jun 21, 2015 8:34 pm

i enjoyed your presentation, but your profit predictions are way off, and for that reason, im out
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Post by vladimir » Mon Jun 22, 2015 6:29 am

Yeah, it would be too easy to skim profits, and their product data is full of holes.

I think it's a question of culture.
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Post by Anchor Moy » Wed Jul 08, 2015 8:16 pm

Gillberte Van Erpe told victims that ‘magic cheese’ was ingredient in creams used by celebrities. The cheese pats were found rotting in a warehouse in Chile.

A French court has jailed a woman for three years for conning thousands of Chileans into buying a kit to make “magic cheese” they could sell back to French cosmetics firms for use in luxury beauty products.

Gilberte Van Erpe, 74, was given a six-year prison sentence – three years suspended – and a €250,000 ($270,000) fine for her scam in which she told victims the product they could make at home was a prized ingredient used in creams favoured by celebrities such as Michael Jackson.
...Van Erpe had allegedly used the same scheme to trick thousands of Peruvians a few years earlier.

Anyone else think this looks like shaving foam ? And anyway, who would buy cream that makes you look like Michael Jackson ? :shock:
(People who want whiter skin maybe. This could be a fantastic biz opportunity in Cambodia. Get in now.)
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