Subject: FW: Information of the GREATEST IMPORTANCE!!!!!!
>Don't become a victim and fall for this SCAM!!!! > > > > > > This is something that happened to us on the way back from vacation >last spring. I didn't think much of it until now. The reason we were >a little suspicious is we had been riding in a jeep all day with 100 >degrees temps and we stopped at a truck stop for something to drink. > > When I was leaving, a young girl followed me out and asked what kind of > cologne I was wearing. Well, after 7 hours in the car sweating, I >don't > think you could tell I was or was not wearing any cologne. We just got >in > the jeep and said no thanks. > > Then about 3 weeks ago, I was at a service station in Birmingham > getting gas. It was about 9:30 pm. I was approached by 2 men and 2
>women in a car. The man that was driving asked me 'What kind of >perfume do you wear?' I was a bit confused and I asked him 'Why?' He >said, 'We are selling some name brand perfumes, at cheap prices.' I >said I had no money. > > He then reached out of the car and handed me paper that was >laminated; it had many perfumes on it. I looked quickly at it and gave
>it back. I said, I have no money. He said it is OK, we take check, >cash, or credit cards. >Then the people in the car began to laugh. > > I just got in my car and said no thanks. Then I received this e-mail > yesterday and it sent chills up my spine. > > Linda Wall-Olson, Department of Transportation, Helena, Montana > > Please read this. It is no joke. Here is the e-mail I was sent: > > Dear Friends: > > I know not all of you are women that I am sending this to but am >hoping you will share this with your wives, daughters, mothers, >sisters, etc. Our world seems to be getting crazier by the day. Pipe >bombs in mailboxes and sickos in parking lots with perfume. Be >careful. I was approached yesterday afternoon around 5:30 PM in the >Walmart parking lot by two males asking what kind of perfume I was wearing. > > Then they asked if I'd like to sample some fabulous scent they were >willing to sell me at a very reasonable rate. I probably would have >agreed had I not received an e-mail warning of a "Wanna smell this neat
>perfume scam. > > The men continued to stand between parked cars, I guess to wait for >someone else to hit on. I stopped a lady going towards them, pointing >at them and told her about how I was sent an e-mail at work about >someone walking up to you at the malls or in parking lots and asking >you to SNIFF PERFUME that they are selling at a cheap price. > > THIS IS NOT PERFUME...IT IS ETHER! > > When you sniff it, you'll pass out. They'll take your wallet, your >valuables > and heaven knows what else. If it were not for this e-mail, I probably > would have sniffed the perfume but thanks to the generosity of an >e-mailing friend, I was spared whatever might have happened to me. I >wanted to do the same for you. > > PLEASE PASS THIS ALONG TO ALL YOUR WOMEN FRIENDS AND PLEASE BE ALERT
>AND BE AWARE. IF YOU ARE A MAN AND RECEIVE THIS, PASS IT ON TO YOUR >WOMEN FRIENDS. > > Ladies, this happened to me yesterday and I didn't smell the perfume
>either, thanks to this email. This is true. Believe me, I know. I >was over by Big Lots in the parking lot at lunch time when I was approached. >So >either day or night, it does not matter. There were 3 guys together >when I was approached. I called the police when I got back to my desk.
>Like the email says above, LET EVERYONE KNOW ABOUT THIS - YOUR FRIENDS,
>FAMILY, CO-WORKERS, whomever. It helped me. The first thing that >popped into my head was this e-mail warning.
I would die without GF
29th November 2003
Ether as a trap substitute for perfume/cologne...brilliant. :vikki: Thinking logically, are a few average-looking men at a gas station that likely to be selling such expensive merchandise?
This would do will in the GD.