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... when someone will bring the pyramid [schemes] to you?

 

This is about the 10th time I've encountered a scam like this—if it's not "you look like a model, come to our session," it's "you can earn THOUSANDS six weeks from now!" I could see trying this on some poor sap who works at Walmart—but considering I make $200-300 per hour for essentially looking pretty and laying around naked, I'm probably not the best person to pitch this to.

 

And it's yet another reason AOL is shite. I'm going to just start blocking all those motherfuckers. What's funny is that I almost started to post a thread about "the creepy-overfriendly client," before he threw the scam aspect in there. Good for him for clarifying his intent. I just thought he was a weirdo.

 

Client: It's my birthday! I'm so excited! I measure a man by who he is. I went through the catalog, and said, "yes, I really like that", and I emailed you. Now then, for my Birthday, and it does not have to happen on my Birthday, I would like the chance to have dinner with you, to talk with you, and to get to know something about you. I would LOVE to rim your hole, suck your cock, and even savor the taste of your sperm before I swallow it... and so on.. blah blah blah blah blah.

 

Max: (insert sound of crickets) Thanks for the information. I may not be able to meet this week because I'm a student (drawing from my vast storehouse of lies when my week is busy—including "I'm going out of town" or "My father is ill"), so if next week works fine, just let me know.

 

Client: Oh, tell me all about what you're studying and where you're going and how far along you are! I certainly don't want to be a bother, and another time is fine. I'll be going to (insert 12 random US cities here) in the next coming weeks and I would love to buy you a ticket and have you join me! For you, friend... I will find the time. (He actually said this)

 

Max: (choking on the overwhelming scent of scattered rose petals, and deferring on any sort of answer about school) I'll let you know when I have some time and will be in touch.

 

Client: Don't forget!!!!

 

Client: Oh, you never told me what you're studying in school or what year you are! I may be interested in investing in you and your education! :)

 

Max: Business. I'm midway through.

 

Client: We should talk! I have an opportunity... if you're interested!

 

Max: (why, this sounds familiar) Why—what sort of opportunity?

 

Client: blah blah business startup, need talented people and an executive assistant blah blah I'm looking for someone to hand the reigns over to when I am gone and need to step down (insert eyeroll here) and blah blah blah

 

Max thinking: Riiiiiiight.

 

Of course, if it's actually David Geffen—I'll shoot myself.

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He sounds fab - not. He has a proposal/opportunity. Yeah

 

A female escort friend of mine fell for something like this in 2004. She was offered a partnership in a property renovation business, ran by a client. She ditched the work and took out a huge bank loan and ended up £50,000 in debt and had to declare herself bankrupt. The company he set up was in her name and he drew a profit as a sponsor. SHE took all the risk. It was a franchise and she fell for it hook line an sinker. He gets money if it makes money, if it falls flat it doesn't cost him a penny.

 

She went back to escorting for a while to keep the business afloat before filing for bankruptcy in 2011 and is still bankrupt, she plans to come back to it in 2013 when her bankruptcy is cleared because at the moment any money she earns goes to her creditors, her ex-client being one of them. She nearly lost her home.

 

If it's too good to be true, it's too good to be true

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He sounds fab - not. He has a proposal/opportunity. Yeah

 

A female escort friend of mine fell for something like this in 2004. She was offered a partnership in a property renovation business, ran by a client. She ditched the work and took out a huge bank loan and ended up £50,000 in debt and had to declare herself bankrupt. The company he set up was in her name and he drew a profit as a sponsor. SHE took all the risk. It was a franchise and she fell for it hook line an sinker. He gets money if it makes money, if it falls flat it doesn't cost him a penny.

 

She went back to escorting for a while to keep the business afloat before filing for bankruptcy in 2011 and is still bankrupt, she plans to come back to it in 2013 when her bankruptcy is cleared because at the moment any money she earns goes to her creditors, her ex-client being one of them. She nearly lost her home.

 

If it's too good to be true, it's too good to be true

 

Yes, but how many bosses savor the taste of your sperm? Or measure a man by who he is?

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Well she savoured the taste of his and she got gonorrhea. She was seeing him as more than a client and he visited her in 2010 and I joined them for dinner as a 4 some because he brought his russian working girl cum now girlfriend along. The two of them were staying at her apartment. When the russian girl went shopping she gave him a BJ and caught "The Gonnie" off him which came from the Russian WG/Girlfriend. That was the end of a beautiful partnership and she went to the wall the following year

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... when someone will bring the pyramid [schemes] to you?

 

This is about the 10th time I've encountered a scam like this—if it's not "you look like a model, come to our session," it's "you can earn THOUSANDS six weeks from now!" I could see trying this on some poor sap who works at Walmart—but considering I make $200-300 per hour for essentially looking pretty and laying around naked, I'm probably not the best person to pitch this to.

 

And it's yet another reason AOL is shite. I'm going to just start blocking all those motherfuckers. What's funny is that I almost started to post a thread about "the creepy-overfriendly client," before he threw the scam aspect in there. Good for him for clarifying his intent. I just thought he was a weirdo.

 

Client: It's my birthday! I'm so excited! I measure a man by who he is. I went through the catalog, and said, "yes, I really like that", and I emailed you. Now then, for my Birthday, and it does not have to happen on my Birthday, I would like the chance to have dinner with you, to talk with you, and to get to know something about you. I would LOVE to rim your hole, suck your cock, and even savor the taste of your sperm before I swallow it... and so on.. blah blah blah blah blah.

 

Max: (insert sound of crickets) Thanks for the information. I may not be able to meet this week because I'm a student (drawing from my vast storehouse of lies when my week is busy—including "I'm going out of town" or "My father is ill"), so if next week works fine, just let me know.

 

Client: Oh, tell me all about what you're studying and where you're going and how far along you are! I certainly don't want to be a bother, and another time is fine. I'll be going to (insert 12 random US cities here) in the next coming weeks and I would love to buy you a ticket and have you join me! For you, friend... I will find the time. (He actually said this)

 

Max: (choking on the overwhelming scent of scattered rose petals, and deferring on any sort of answer about school) I'll let you know when I have some time and will be in touch.

 

Client: Don't forget!!!!

 

Client: Oh, you never told me what you're studying in school or what year you are! I may be interested in investing in you and your education! :)

 

Max: Business. I'm midway through.

 

Client: We should talk! I have an opportunity... if you're interested!

 

Max: (why, this sounds familiar) Why—what sort of opportunity?

 

Client: blah blah business startup, need talented people and an executive assistant blah blah I'm looking for someone to hand the reigns over to when I am gone and need to step down (insert eyeroll here) and blah blah blah

 

Max thinking: Riiiiiiight.

 

Of course, if it's actually David Geffen—I'll shoot myself.

 

 

:confused:...you are a clever man Mr. Max. You originally lost me at "Why travel to Eygpt" I got to the end and said "WTF" is he talking about, what does this have to do with Eygpt? Yes, I actually said that! But I got it now...:)

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:confused:...you are a clever man Mr. Max. You originally lost me at "Why travel to Eygpt" I got to the end and said "WTF" is he talking about, what does this have to do with Eygpt? Yes, I actually said that! But I got it now...:)

 

Pyramids... Egypt.. pyramid scheme... c'mon, work with me here.

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