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11-23-2011, 07:44 PM
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Good points. Also, just a tad bit strange how he hasn't been back to defend himself as we are all discussing it.

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I created a fake email and started talking with him, I actually think he may be legit; just incredibly naive. I spoke to him on IM and he had asked a few unimportant questions; my name came up as an afterthought at the very end. About two hours later I got a email with a working login to Click Junction and wanted me to set up a direct deposit with them. Unless CJ can charge fees though that account or something I think he is actually trusting someone to do this for him...

My one concern that still makes me think this is a fraud is that he wanted me to send the 75% though Paypal, which does not operate in Bangladesh either. He also did not ask for my paypal address or give me his beforehand which strikes me as odd.

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Originally Posted by Artashes View Post
If I understand, it is not an easy process to actually go through a claim of fraud. I would presume questions will be asked and proof has to be shown on what basis one would claim that..? Just trying to understand the reality of today's banking safety.

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Wires are completely safe because the only way to recall a wire is if both parties agree to it, parties being the person who sent it and the person who received it.

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