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RE: Alienware Monitor Scam (Vulva) #51
(08-08-2019, 01:24 AM)OversouL Wrote:
(08-07-2019, 12:23 AM)TalkingPhone Wrote: Could it be possible that his internet connection might not be good enough to write a message but enough to connect to the site I have had internet connections where they are bad but they would still be able to connect you to the site for a second. I don’t regard vulva as a scammer as seen in previous messages Facebook as said that he would be completing vulva’s orders I would say they should be given more time for sufficient explanations on both ends.

Don't be naive. They've both been dealing with large transactions. It was an obvious scam not trying to communicate properly. Honestly, defending them just makes me suspicious about you. Oni has already done what he can do to help. Let's all just not mention them again and let the victims bank deal with the rest.
Also a tad suspicious of the user at this point. How can one defend these 2? Instead of clearing it up, they avoided the scam reports. There's not much more you can do to show your intentions at that point.

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RE: Alienware Monitor Scam (Vulva) #52
(08-08-2019, 01:24 AM)OversouL Wrote:
(08-07-2019, 12:23 AM)TalkingPhone Wrote: Could it be possible that his internet connection might not be good enough to write a message but enough to connect to the site I have had internet connections where they are bad but they would still be able to connect you to the site for a second. I don’t regard vulva as a scammer as seen in previous messages Facebook as said that he would be completing vulva’s orders I would say they should be given more time for sufficient explanations on both ends.

Don't be naive. They've both been dealing with large transactions. It was an obvious scam not trying to communicate properly. Honestly, defending them just makes me suspicious about you. Oni has already done what he can do to help. Let's all just not mention them again and let the victims deal with the rest.

agree with oversoul, actually one of the reasons I went through with buying from them is that TalkingPhone was defending them so strongly. I really cant believe he's still trying to at this point.

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RE: Alienware Monitor Scam (Vulva) #53
i did alr say in previous post that the possibilities of both of them being scammers are quite high i still defend them as i do respect vulva and i know there are reasons that he did what he did. im sorry if i misled anyone to buy from them up till this point many people were getting their items

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RE: Alienware Monitor Scam (Vulva) #54
(08-09-2019, 01:54 AM)TalkingPhone Wrote: i did alr say in previous post that the possibilities of both of them being scammers are quite high i still defend them as i do respect vulva and i know there are reasons that he did what he did. im sorry if i misled anyone to buy from them up till this point many people were getting their items

Honestly, never saw any proof/any post, on this forum of someone getting anything from them. He really did a good job winning reputation tho, he even made myself look foolish when I questioned his reputation. Props to him for that. It was a good SE of SErs imho.
(This post was last modified: 08-11-2019, 10:45 PM by Pinkz0rd.)

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RE: Alienware Monitor Scam (Vulva) #55
Not trying to revive a dead post, but I am so glad that I didnt buy anything from either one of these two. I almost fell for it, but Im glad my intuition was better than that.

Edit: By these 2 I mean Vulva and Facebook
(This post was last modified: 08-21-2019, 05:08 AM by Voxis.)
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RE: Alienware Monitor Scam (Vulva) #56
(08-21-2019, 04:58 AM)Voxis Wrote: I almost fell for it, but Im glad my intuition was better than that.

Good to read.

When something Is too good to be true, for the most part, It's questionable.
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RE: Alienware Monitor Scam (Vulva) #57
(08-21-2019, 05:07 AM)mothered Wrote:
(08-21-2019, 04:58 AM)Voxis Wrote: I almost fell for it, but Im glad my intuition was better than that.
When something Is too good to be true, for the most part, It's questionable.

I've almost dealt some dealings on the DW, but I kept myself in the clear. I tend to pick up on bad things rather quickly, so I owe myself that.
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