a retiree who thought he'd found a nice part-time gig to supplement his retirement income and ended up getting entangled with a ring of Ukrainian identity thieves.
scam artists who'll try to sucker you with fake employment offers. Many of these turn out to be some form of “check-cashing” or “advance fee” scam, where the scammer's ultimate goal is to persuade or trick you into giving him some of your own money.
Those scams are bad enough — they can cost you your hard-earned savings and even destroy your financial security. Yet potentially even more dangerous are the “money-laundering scams” where thieves trick you into becoming their accomplice. If you fall for such a scam, you could possibly face federal criminal charges, or have your own bank accounts shut down for fraudulent activity.
Try again, I've got better things to do than fart around under false identities on a forum that attracts such idiots as you and whoever the fuck dannyfordytoo is.
People that know me, truly know me, know that if I've got something to say I'll say it under my own identity rather than fake an identity such as some twat 'phil o peens' has done ... Haven't you got the balls to speak under your own identity you immature and childish twat?