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Definitely legit, and they forgot to ask for the security code to boot! I wonder how many fell for this one...Yikes! LOL A
Fort Collins, CO
I don't think so, but it made me smile!
Oh sure, Dick. I'd fill it out if I were you! (NOT!)
Dick Greenberg I can just say, O M G!
(And yes, people can fall for it, easily! It looks so natural - one may easily giveaway the information!)
No way. It looks like a guarantee to get it stolen. But it looks like it will get lots of takers.
LOL...really. This is my favorite question of the night.
What fool would give out their credit card number???
I only give out my bank account number and social security number, Dick.
Yep, looks fine to me. Just fill out the form and email it to me!
Nooooooooooooooooooooooo. Dont do it, dont click on it. Dont even look at it, back away from the computer very slowly.
Oh for sure... absolutely. If you send me your card info I will fill it out for you.
The scammers sure spend a lot of time, effort and imagination into each new scam. What gets me is how many people will fall for it,
OH MY!!!! RUN!!!!
No, no, NO!
Danger Will Robinson Danger
OMG....that's terrible...imagine how many people fill in those boxes!!!!
LOL sure does Dick, I am going en enter my card number right now.
Why wont it let me enter my info?
It took me a minute to recognize this was all tongue-in-cheek. What is scary is how many people fall for this stuff.
I'm amazed at what these guys will try. I had a fellow with a mid-eastern accent call me the other day and say that my eail (from MY internet provider) provider was about to be shut off.....I didn't listen to the rest. But he did hear my dial tone in his ear. The nerve of these scammers.