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    Transparent box's what next??

    HUH, See through diamond boxe's ?? well at least this scammers has put some thought into this scam!
    I am sure that for security one does not usually carry Diamonds in see through boxes??
    Good pics

    PS do not let our Kit Kat see these or else she will be on the next plane over there!
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    I am not going anywhere.
    Those are supposed to be diamonds in the boxes
    They might be precious stones (so-called). Opals, emeralds, that kind of thing.
    Every time you click a scammer moans in agony; every time you post a scammer screams in pain!

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    Precious stones? I've seen better gravel in my driveway.

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    I'd prefer to think of them as semi-precious stones....

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    semi-precious stones
    wow, those would have to be some really "uncut" stones...

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    Stick with pearls.
    You gotta have the rabbit to make the scam work- Eddie Valiant

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    diamonds?... uh, no

    Quote Originally Posted by Quark View Post
    Scammer Anthony Tijan provides this photo of "diamonds" in a suitcase. It must be real. Of course, the same effect can be obtained by taking several large glass jars, smashing them into small pieces with a hammer or other blunt object, and then putting them into a suitcase.

    WARNING: Do not try this at home.

    Those "diamonds?... No, man that's General Motors side window "popcorn" safety glass! Probably swept up at an intersection immediately after a side impact. Look very closely at the light green tint: dead giveaway.

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    Hey, that could work too!

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    Nothing like a pearl.
    You gotta have the rabbit to make the scam work- Eddie Valiant

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    Quote Originally Posted by polarbear View Post
    Those "diamonds?... No, man that's General Motors side window "popcorn" safety glass! Probably swept up at an intersection immediately after a side impact. Look very closely at the light green tint: dead giveaway.
    Nothing like scammer ingenuity. Maybe they crashed their own cars just so they could have something to put in the briefcase. We could only hope.
    Go ahead, make my day.

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