Diamonds are a girl's best friend

polarbear

New Member
diamonds?... uh, no

Scammer Anthony Tijan provides this photo of "diamonds" in a suitcase. It must be real. :rolleyes: 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.
 

Jessica

Administrator
Staff member
Nothing like a pearl.

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. :rolleyes: Maybe they crashed their own cars just so they could have something to put in the briefcase. We could only hope.

She's probably been in diamond withdrawal unless she has a nice scammer who's going to send her some. Look! a new one!

Diamond 12.jpg
 

Ivana

Member
Personally they'd have to get my interest with black/fire opals...although the green/blue ones are nice too...just not that fond of the milky white ones - too common...
 
Diamonds..

The close-up shot does indicate these are quite possibly raw diamonds. But who took the pic, when, where, who has them, etc is ANYBODY'S guess. Looks like a picture someone would use for evidence of confiscation maybe..The briefcase, I agree, does have a funny (oops-phony) look about it! Bet if we went to the Crater of Diamonds park after a good rain we'd have better luck of actually getting a real one for keeps! :rolleyes:
 
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