We live in cynical times, Jimbos. When a 13 year old can't perform a moving tale of her "Friday" exploits without raising the ire of an entire nation. When the most respected presidential candidate is NOT the one who's hunted a moose on national television. (What more could any of us want in a Commander in Chief?).
Then earlier this week, a note to my email account (email@example.com) restored my faith in charity, in humanity, in the selfless acts of strangers and the Jimbo love that bonds us all. Under the subject "FROM A FELLOW SCAM VICTIM," I received a timely warning of un-American activities from true American "Jimbo" Nino of Tampa, FL 33629 (notice the strong grammatical skills). Apparently, people are sending emails asking for money - yet are completely dishonest about why.
I'm a US citizen from Florida, I'm 51yrs Old. And I strongly and meant to believed that you are also a US citizen I suppose, I'm one of those that took part in the Compensation in Nigeria, London, Malaysia and Spain two year's ago. I was even contacted through email by an individual claiming to be my country (FBI) and they told me that they will help me too and they too sucks me dry by me sending them money to help.Jimbo - We wish you godspeed in finding your family in Mexico. And thank you for passing on your lawyers' info. I'm looking forward t ocontacting him about the scams that have yet to happen to me.
You really have to stop dealing with those people that are contacting you am telling you that your fund is with them, it is not in anyway with them, they are only taking advantage of you and they will dry you up until you have nothing.
I am traveling to Mexico to find my family now and start a new and better life but I had to do some good before I take my live as I will not be coming to the computer for long again till I see my family and start a new and better life.