115 VAC turboejaculator hand pumps

Someone contacted me saying "I wanna buy your product" and I told him what I have for sale. Here's his reply.
``Hello Igor,
Thank you for your email back and i will like you to get back to me with the total cost of 6pcs of the electric 115 VAC turboejaculator hand pumps which have price is $1,300 without shipping cost because i will be recommending a shipping company who will be coming in for pick up to the delivery address and also i will like to know if you accept credit card as a form of payment.Hope to read back from you soon with the total cost of that,so we can proceed with the order.
Thank You,
Jeff Johnson''
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On Thu, 30 Sep 2010 17:14:59 -0500, Ignoramus3246 wrote:

If they're paying those prices, offer to be a rep for these guys: http://www.funwaysmarketing.com/PRODUCTS/products.htm
If they need only manual pumps, tell them OK, and contact me - I work at a professional fab shop, and we can make anything! :-)
(and we can make a jerkoff pump for considerably less than $1300 "a pop"!)
Good Luck! Rich
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Rich Grise wrote:

A portable milking machine costs less than $800. And that serves four simultaneously...
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Not if it's a goat machine!!! Paul
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that would be gayer than Tyler Clementi
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What's that Lassie? You say that Ignoramus3246 fell down the old rec.crafts.metalworking mine and will die if we don't mount a rescue by Thu, 30 Sep 2010 17:14:59 -0500:

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Total scam of course.
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dan wrote:

I think he already knew that Dan .
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Or some pudgy 13-year-old is now giggling so hard he wet himself.
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Hello, Let me reiterate: Oil Tempered Crimped Wire Wheels
15" - $2,742.72 ea. 10" - $2,087.04 ea. 12" - $2,533.49 ea.
Lead time is 374 days. Minimum order is 271 pieces. Terms are cash in advance upon receipt of order. Shipping if free anywhere in the world. Please send cash or certified check to place an order. We can "Rush" order for an additional 50% which will reduce lead times by two weeks.
THE MINIMUM ORDER IS 271 PIECES......... you can't order just 3 pieces, you must order 271 pieces. Do you want a "rush" order? SHIPPING IS FREE! TERMS ARE CASH IN ADVANCE UPON RECEIPT OF ORDER!
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[...]

I have a guy (actually several, about 3 a day on average) who wants to deposit $15,000,000 in my account. Can I use it as a down payment?
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For that, you could get Boardwalk AND Park Place ...
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The way to have fun with those guys, in my opinion, is as follows:
* Offer then some ridiculous product. * Negotiate a bit or whatever * "Accept" their payment (of course never actually cash the check or run the CC through your credit card service) * Tell them that you went to Western Union and sent their "shipper" the money. This makes then very excited. They will want transfer details so that they can get your money at the Lagos branch of Western Union. At this point they are RED HOT and very anxious. * Drag your feet with providing them with the MTCN number, or give them a fake one, then apologize profusely and give them another fake one, maybe insult them a bit to keep them anxious, etc.
They feel that they are just an inch away from stealing $1,700 or whatever from you, whereas nothing is further from the truth.
I have a feeling that there is only very few "product buying scammers". Probably fewer than inheritance and corruption crooks. One of those scammers already knows me well, but since he always spams from new addresses I have no idea if it is him or not. So I always reply with concrete drill press, ejaculator hand pumps or other proposals. If it is him, he writes some stupid insults back. This is someone else, though.
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Ignoramus3246 wrote:

I got a couple of offers from the RNC to collect my award for businessman of the year. All I had to do was send them a 5000 dollar check. They did offer me a dinner too at that price but who wants to travel all the way to Washington DC to get a Big Mack happy meal.
John
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Sounds much more fun than the turboencabulator.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/dc/GE_Turboencabulator_pg_2.jpg
Now, if you could just combine the specifications of the two, you would have a really great product.
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On 09/30/2010 05:14 PM, Ignoramus3246 wrote:

Yeah, I have been getting these requests for a while, now. The usual is they want to buy something from me, but then ask for a link to my store so they can select the items. Obviously, if they have NO IDEA what I actually sell, how could they possibly know they one to buy some of it?
I don't know what the real deal is. I was guessing they just want to get ANY response, as that indicates they have a valid email address. But, you got an actual response back, although it might be a computer-generated one, if their program is that smart. So, what is the deal? They want to pay you with a stolen credit card #, and have you ship "something" to them via their preferred carrier?
Presumably the shipper shows up REAL QUICK to pick up, before the credit card is verified, and you are supposed to be flustered and let them have it.
Jon
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Very simple. They buy stuff with stolen credit cards, and pay extra for shipping and ask you to wire the shipping fee to their "shipper" (actually themselves). This is all what they want, they do not care to get any turboejaculator hand pumps. They just want to get shipping fees sent to them.
The one guy whose location I could ascertain was from Lagos.
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Ignoramus32343 wrote:

Ah ha! So, that's how the scam works. I was wondering, but didn't bother to investigate, I just dump the spam. I have gotten a number of these weird requests in the last couple weeks, asking me to send them a link to my store so they could order something, or asking me to provide all sorts of odd gear, Fluke meters or commerial industrial test gear of that sort, which I don't sell. They may have gotten my company out of some kind of list that indicates I sell electrical gear. I had to register as a government contractor to get paid for some units I'm making, and I think that got me on a LOT of lists I'd rather not be on.

No surprise!
Jon
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My company Algebra, Inc, is not even in Dun and Bradstreen catalog, and yet I get the same junk.
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On Sun, 03 Oct 2010 21:09:55 -0500, Ignoramus8793

Dun & Bradstreet, now *there's* a scam.
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Ned Simmons wrote:

Definitely. They used to bug the crap out of me when I owned an industrial electronics repair business. All they want is you money, and the more tribute you pay, the more they praise your company. I told them to shove it, and hung up every time they called.
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