Discussion in 'Current Events' started by stevethrower, Mar 31, 2013.
I heard the culprit is heading for a town called River City.
Guess again, catch phrase writer.
Did they advertise on Sirius?
I think they did...
Lol. Silly slaves.
Former nursing home magician makes millions disappear?
Probably pulled quarters out of the ears of prospective clients. How could they not invest?
Ham and eggers gonna ham and egg
Silly hayseed rubes.
I want to know how anyone falls for those penny auctions? I know they advertised on Sirius too. Hooray you paid $10 for an ipad****
(****Each "penny" worth of bid cost $1.00 in American money....enjoy that $1,000 ipad).
What is the old saying? A fool and their money are soon to part? Something like that. For example, quick loan companies like Western Sky.
At least western sky basically says up front you're dumb for taking a loan with us
Seems like every time their ad changes the APR has gone up.
Sent from the USS Sulaco.
i will never understand how people who work their balls off to carefully make and save money are so easily duped to just hand it over to these snake oil salesmen.
its a shame but i have no sympathy for these dolts
True but idiots dont read the fine print, they have a structured settlement and they need cash now.
Call JG Wentworth 877 Cash Now
Damn my Pavlovian response
Every one wants a get rich quick scheme. Not every one is prepared to work until their bodies fall apart then die like we are all going to do.
guy i work with is constantly getting into shit like this, he got took for thousands with quick star.
If it sounds too good to be true, it is.
Fucking dummies fall for this shit all the time.
I always thought it would be cool to have con artist abilities. Even if I didn't use them for evil, just having it in me to pull off a grift would be pretty nifty.
How do people still fall for these. I understand getting conned by what seem to be legitimate, like investing in a stock that turns out to be a pump and dump, or being scammed in a real estate deal. But these are pretty obvious too good to be true pyramid schemes.
It's not a pyramid scheme, it's a multi-level marketing company...
Googled it...this blog looks legit......
People still play the lottery, don't they? Those have been around for thousands of years. People as a whole are ignorant (if not stupid) and gullible.