A story that I haven’t posted yet is that my current job has a murky future because of the new Federal budget. My agency actually got a real increase, but the area I work in is getting cut to fund new programs. So far, I don’t see an immediate layoff danger, but because I’m still recovering from the last layoff, I posted a resume on CareerBuilder.com Thursday night just in case. I’m not going to be blindsided again.
Well, lo and behold, I have a new job. I’ve been hired via e-mail, and all I have to do is send them my bank information.
:rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
I haven’t figured out if I’m going to trash it without comment, reply and tell them to go pound sand, or something else. I don’t think I could get them to show their faces and how a stupid sign (at least without a lot of help).
Anyone with an idea on how to toy with these clowns?
Well, you could always report them to the appropriate authorities (not that it’s likely to do much good, but it couldn’t hurt). Of course, that’s not all that fun. You might be able to pick up some pointers from these guys. Here’s a pic to a fake check I got from a Nigerian scammer (notice that the account number is clearly visible, not that I’m suggesting that you give that account number to the scammers or Richard Nixon’s SSN [567-68-0515], but you could).
Belay that Nigerian hooting VunderBob, for I too boast to have clients in other countries! I sold my sealed copy of Madonna’s SEX book to an Australian, a pair of yellow Larry Mahan cowboy boots to a German, and a Minolta camera to Canadian all giving popular feedback. Give me your bank information instead so that I may process your payments promptly!
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