I have copied it as it is.
helen parker 21 hours ago
my name is Helen Parker, i have been dumped be an arm robbers $658000 when i travel for a business translation in japan, so my life was now enty and no where to run to i was confuse and i wanted to kill my self, because thing where difficult for me and my 3 children i can pay for their fees any more, my first child drop at of University because i have no money to afford the fees, and my husband left me for so many years i don't even no his where about. my brain was turn all side darn because i always think about the money, one day i went for a reach on internet and i saw Elizabeth Whitney testimony that email@example.com gave her loan to start up her life. After reading i explain every thing to Mr Wellity Thomas true tears and sorry and he promise to help me, i did what he ask me to do and he lend me the sum of $145000 to start up a business again. i am happy with my family again thank you firstname.lastname@example.org
Patkay thats an obvious scam and not a very good one at that. Aimed at the emotions- just letting you know what kind and helpful people there are at that link. Gee it's a swell place shes saying. Have you every heard of a man with the first name of Wellity?
I'm in Japan now, and let me tell you this situation is very common. I would say about 3 in 10 women have been dumped be an arm robbers when they were travelling for business translation. It's a serious issue over here and not something to joke about on forums. I myself have come close to dumped be an, so I know how it tears a family apart.
Tealparadise, you want to tell me this is not a scam?
What the hell does, "dumped be an arm robbers when they were travelling for business translation" mean?
I've been wondering what's wrong with my brain since I've been always thinking about the money (the kids and the tuition and the gas prices, etc. etc. etc. etc.). Now I know that what has been going on with my brain is that it has turned all sides darn.
Helen certainly has a way with words. She should write a book if she ever gets out of the pickle she's in. (Oh, and I hope poor Wellity manages to pull himself together. Things must really be horrible for Helen if even the crusty old Wellity was in tears!) (and TRUE tears, by the way - not just fake ones) I don't know.... This is just all so upsetting. Please excuse me while I go find a bucket for all the true tears that are absolutely flooding out at this point. I just hope I don't dehydrate from all this.
This is all to seriously funny I would also love to meet Elizabeth Whitney. Sounds like a cross between Liz Taylor and Whitney Houston
Wow, who travels with $658,000 on them? Life is good if you've got a suitcase with that much money in it.
You just have to be careful with those be an arm robbers when you travel with anything more than $500,000 dollars. They will dump you till your brain turns all sides darn.
If that happens to much, your skin flips inside out and your eyes begin to snap crackle and pop until true tears come out.
On a serious note, does anyone think this person has been successful at all with this poorly put together scam? I'm sure if someone who understands very little english would read it, the scam would be less obvious. I really hope nobody falls for this though.
Not the first time I've seen this but the amazing part is how many stupid people will fall for it and actually send this fool some money. What a world we live in. I'd write more but I'm en knead of sum dolars and haf to rite a leder.
I can't believe people would actually fall for this. How do you even make sense of the comment. Just a great reminder that everyone needs to be careful online!
So, it's a scam...but :
1..Did WT make this up?
2..Did Helen Parker get scammed?
3..Is Helen the translator for WT??? ( hope not)
4..Did WT make up the whole Helen Parker persona???
5.. Does WT hope foolish, and desperate people will part with their money?
6...Will someone make a hub about this...( hmmm)
This is definately a scam, for one posting it as a comment on my hub amounts to treason (ooh which other word can I use). Anyway, we will be seing hundreds of scams like these in the technology world we are living in. I think we will soon get used to it.
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