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Saturday, June 20, 2009

Something worth paying attention

I'm not sure how true these stories are, got no CSI team at my disposal to
check on it but it is good to be in the alert.

> Both are
> true.
> I heard of the FIRST one in China . A different
> version.
> Two jap exchange students in China were meeting up some
> friends. They
> got kidnapped in a taxi on their way there.
> They were later found with all organs harvested
> including corneas..
> Second
> one. This happened to
> me. Almost..
> I was with Karen and it was outside her office!
> This nice-looking girl came up to me saying tht she
> works for some
> advertising company.
> She practically attacked my wrist with the perfume and
> insisted me on
> sniffing Meanwhile she said this is exp and is going on
> promo rate of RM70.
> She looked nice and presentable but her assistant
> looked like a con-man
> But of
> course I 'pretended' to
> sniff and walked away....
> I never heard of such a scam until a few weeks later.
> Needless to say.... I was freaked out.
> BE
> CASE 1
> This is a true story, it has been confirmed, and the
> Medical Centre phone
> number at the end of this story is real. This guy
> went out on a
> Saturday night
> a few
> weeks ago to a party. He was having a good time
> and had a couple of
> beers and some girl seemed to like him & invited
> him to go to another
> party.
> He quickly agreed & decided to go along with her..
> She took him
> to a party in some apartment and had sex. They
> continued to drink
> & even got involved with some drug (unknown).
> The next thing he
> knew, he woke up completely naked in a bathtub filled
> with ice.
> He looked down at his chest, which had 'CALL 999 or
> YOU'LL DIE' written on
> it with lipstick. He saw a phone was on a stand
> next to the tub so he
> picked it
> up &
> dialled. He explained to the operator what the
> situation was &
> that he didn't know where he was, what he took, or
> why he was really
> calling. She advised him to get out of the tub.
> He did, and he
> appeared normal, so she told him to check his back.
> He did, and found
> two 9 inch slits on his lower back.
> She told him to get back into the tub immediately, and
> they sent a rescue
> team over. Apparently, after being examined, he
> found out more - His
> kidneys were stolen.. They were worth RM30,000
> each on the black
> market. He is currently in the hospital on a life
> support, awaiting a
> spare kidney.
> I wish to warn you about a new crime ring that is
> targeting business
> travellers. This ring is well organized and well
> funded, has very
> skilled personnel & is currently operating in most
> major cities around
> the world and recently very active in ASIA
> .
> The crime begins when a business traveller goes to a
> lounge for a drink at
> the end of the work day. A person in the bar
> walks up as they sit
> alone and offers
> to buy
> them a drink. The last thing the traveller
> remembers until they wake
> up in a hotel room bathtub, their body submerged to
> their neck in ice.
> There is
> a note
> taped to the wall instructing them not to move and to
> call 999. A
> phone is on the small table next to the bathtub for
> them to call.
> The business traveller is instructed by the operator to
> very slowly and
> carefully reach behind them and feel there is a tube
> protruding from the
> back. The business traveller finds the tube and
> answers 'YES'.
> The operator tells them to remain still, having
> already sent
> paramedics to help. The Operator knows that both
> of the traveller's
> kidneys had been harvested. This is not a scam or
> out of science fiction
> novel. It is real. It is documented and confirmable.
> If you travel or someone close to you travels, please
> be careful.
> Sadly, this is very true.
> CASE #2
> I was approached yesterday afternoon around 3.30 pm in
> the Car 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
> email some weeks ago, warning of this 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, I pointed at
> them and told her about how I was sent an email at Work
> about someone
> walking up to you at the malls, in parking lots, asking
> you to sniff
> perfume that they are selling at a cheap price.
> When you sniff it, you'll pass out and they'll
> take your wallet, your
> valuables, and heaven knows what else. If it were
> not for this email,
> I probably would have sniffed the 'perfume',
> but thanks to the generosity
> of an emailing friend, I was spared whatever might have
> happened to me, and
> wanted to do the same
> for
> you.


Blogger ihsan_huhu said...

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10:39 PM  

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