Listen and learn young loons, writing thousands of death threats and sending them to yourself is no way to go through life. A couple in Australia who worked in the health department sent themselves death threats to get indefinite time off work. While scoring paid leave they went on interstate trips and lived a carefree existence whilst their employer had the privilege of paying for it. The fake threats totalled over 80,000 and included bloodstained parcels, nasty letters and crude phone calls over a two year period. Some of the parcels contained stained children’s clothing and were sent to their kids at school. The health department even put them up in an apartment so they didn’t have to stay at their home. Unfortunately for the hubby and wife, the cops smelled a rat and came up with a sneaky plan to catch them out. They snuck into the couple’s apartment and marked a stack of letters and envelopes with a special invisible ink. Too easy. The next letter handed to police had them busted.
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low down rotten genius things to do, an Arizona woman faked having breast cancer so she could get herself a nice big pair of fake breasts. She told her co workers and family she had breast cancer, which would require a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery that she couldn’t afford . So of course everyone rallied around her, fund raising and donating money. A few months later she had her nice new tits. Sadly, her scam only unraveled when she rocked up to work and couldn’t provide a doctor’s note for her medical leave. A little bit of investigative work and she was sprung. So close.
OK, here’s the thing gullible fools, if a psychic tells you your money is friggin evil and cursed, don’t be giving it to her for disposal. Nancy Marks, a so called psychic, has been busted after a whistle blower blew her scam. The fraudster told her clients that malicious spirits were haunting their bank accounts and only she could deal with the evil shits. People who failed to complied were told terrible things would befall their family members. It is estimated that Ms Marks scammed over $290,000 off her victims.
Here’s the thing websites that don’t have sufficient protections in place, you will get scammed. Two men, Ken Muranaka and Kensaku Ohara (of non- Nigerian backgrounds), reserved up to 28,000 rooms via a popular Japanese shopping site Rakuten.co.jp to earn purchase reward points. The problem was they never turned up, they simply reserved the rooms and got their points! The duo earned hundreds of thousands of yen worth every week by just making fake reservations and then using the points to purchase games, CD’s and even the occasssional hotel room ! Simply brilliant. Well, that is, if you didn’t get caught!