Frank Gaydos on mon 16 jan 12
Thought this is a good time to repost this info from AARP
Helpful info from AARP to help spot a fake check.
They give the web site for checking routing numbers which indentify a bank.
"Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as
when they do it from religious conviction"
----- Original Message -----
Subject: Re: Finland purchase scam?
It's a scam. These scams are getting more and more specific, so they seem l=
egit, but they are not specific enough (obviously they have no knowledge of=
the business they claim to be in (art)). That's why it seems fishy.
I asked the same question on Clayart a while ago and got varied answers. Bu=
t the main clue is that they will pick up. That's how all the scammers oper=
ate, I think. I don't know how it works out for them, but I guess it does.
Chris Moench on mon 16 jan 12
My thanks to all who gave me their 2 cents on my Finland scam query. I wa=
skeptical from the first email from the scammer. But, hey, wouldn't want =
a few thousand dollars worth of work to some appreciative fin? It would b=
boost to both the ego and the bank balance! I feel fortunate to have you =
turn to for a reality check. Reading it all makes a good case for selling=
know your customer. Stay humble. Happy MLK Day to you all.