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Let the mellonmaster release the Dancing Bear....Let him dance on the head for 1 hour, for every dollar wich hasnt been paid back..... That will teach them........ Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile


On the other hand I do agree it is not done to not repay depts like this, but if the money isnt ur biggest issue as U make a descent living while working, I would at one point let go. At least now U know what kind of person the lender is ...and U found out cheap as I dont think the amount U gave was higher then 10 dollar........... It did cost me a lot more learning bout my ex wife Blink

Dont lose a good mood over 10 dollar....bad for ur heart and with those breakfest U guys have, U must be carefull Big Smile

Hope U do well at the pokertables

Edited by mies730 (25 July 2013 @ 09:51 GMT)


     
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I looked in the mirror today and don't think I would lend myself $. Smile Smile
So for an unknown Cyber Street walking panhandler it would be a definite and resounding No.
But on a good note FcumRed, you must be one of the few good hearted people left in this world.
An old friend told me a saying years ago > To Trust is Good, but not to trust is BETTER Smile.
Has been a good life rule for me.

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LMFAO
mm mmm steak and eggs and Bacon with biscuits and gravy, then off to Wall-Mart for a little shopping.
Its the North American way of life. Agree

Edited by Buggsy (26 July 2013 @ 01:11 GMT)


     
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Posted by fcumred:
Posted by demodawggy:
...Now he's parading around like he's done nothing wrong, and even being cheeky...


'Cheeky'

I always found that word rather funny. And soooooooooo British.... My Mom used to use that term a lot while grabbing me by the ear...lol,....but there was someone else who uses it too. It took me a few minutes to figure out who I was trying to think of,... QuestionI even heard it in my head, but couldn't quite put my finger on it.... "Cheeky Monkey, Cheeky Monkey, Cheeky Monkey, Cheeky Monkey, Chee...."

THEN...!!!

.....it's even CASINO related oddly enough...and YOU TOO took a bath on the deal.... Big Smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cThHtnvPVis

Edited by demodawggy (26 July 2013 @ 01:36 GMT)


     
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get all of the scammers off of the site........................ Thumbs Up

     
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That cant be done.
There will always some new one joining the site, over and over again.
The best thing is to not giving them the grounds to do so.

Youu can see most of the times after a "successful" transaction here between members
that many try their luck in scamming someone.

     
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i agree 100% get them off!!!!

     
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I do know that it becomes your problem if you get scammed and you can't expect BRM to support you by not allowing this individual back on the site or in the forum.

I do think you should expose the individual to allow all other Mobsters know who scammed you, but prior to doing that, give the person a chance to repay you. No payback it's time to attack!

     
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i agree if u make a loan then even if u were robbed from the money thats YOUR problem not the one of the person that loaned u the money u should pay him back even if : say someone's account was hacked and then would claim not to be responsible for paying back the debt that person is a retard,
but thats just saying if it was like that cause nobody would actually state something like that and actually be serieus


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...strange how sites confirm transactions via email....not to mention how transaction histories are available as well. If the transaction is confirmed, it's a done deal. Anything after that is irrelevant, other than the fact remains the funds borrowed needs be returned.

     
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