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Author Topic: Internet Scams Reach a New Low - Now involving DC  (Read 2181 times)
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« on: March 07, 2012, 09:37:21 PM »

The following is an email scam that many offspring have been receiving. Please do not respond if you receive one of these. I have included the original email address so that you can be aware of where it has originated.



My name is Steve Curtis and you are my donor offspring. i am sorry i
am writing you now to inform you that i am your donor parent. I have
been trying all that i can to locate you all to no avail. But now, i
found your posting over the internet trying to locate me and i took
the opportunity to write you immediately.

My dear, i really want to meet you cos its been a long time i left the
states to UK and now am happy i have found you. Please, get back to me
so that i can send you my phone number so that we can discuss on how
to get close to each other.

Once again, i am willing to do anything just to meet you and hug you once again.

Thanks and God bless you,
Steve Curtis.
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Donor offspring from Perth, WA

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« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2012, 11:50:56 PM »

Geez if my donor uses grammar like that I will have to teach him a thing or two.

Not sure what the scam is for this one. I guess if you reply they ask for money.

Thanks for the heads up.

Donor conceived adult from Perth, Western Australia. Searching for a donor who donated to Dr Colin Douglas-Smith in 1976.
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