Are you aware that?

@BYOLA2871 (4373)
South Africa
August 20, 2008 10:23am CST
It was reported that scores of Australians were caught up in a global scam believed to have conned people worldwide into buying non-existent tickets to the ongoing Beijing Olympics. A man was said to have spent about A$46000 for tickets that never arrived while another lost A$10000 the same way. It’s so funny the way fraudsters will take advantage of almost every current event to take advantage of unsuspecting people just to defraud them of their hard-earned money. In case you intend to buy tickets for any event online please be very careful and watchful, for you may never know when these fraudsters will strike.
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• India
20 Aug 08
ho my. is it true that much for only to see the games but Olympics rite but that crazy people spending that much money on just seeing the games and believing the fraudsters in their i think that people should be caught. Many people like to see the games but spending that much money can feed a single in his half life so people if you have more money them please donate.
@BYOLA2871 (4373)
• South Africa
22 Aug 08
yes it is true and even investigations shows that there are still many who have not come forward to report the fraud,most of these guys bought the tickets for resale to people who might want to go to beijing,we just need to be very careful when things like this happen
• Israel
20 Aug 08
Thank you very much for the news... I do try to watch very carefully where I pay. I recently paid a well known company, and was very disappointed to find out they do not "stand behind their words"... I still did not receive the promised refund, and I started thinking - if such a known company does such things, who can we trust? I opened a new company, that does something very interesting : 1) Paid members are members who got paid, and not members who paid the company. 2) You can't pay the company, until your earn money - that's a rule. 3) You can't refer anyone until you earn money (I just hate all those opportunities that make you sign up, and then, before you see a dime, they tell you to tell your friends how wonderful this program is...). 4) To earn, there's no need for referrals at all! How does it sound?
@BYOLA2871 (4373)
• South Africa
22 Aug 08
well,i think i like the sound of this and it seems you came up with this idea after some kind of dissappointments from suppossedly good companies i like the idea but really what does your comapny do and is it an online thing ,let me know more about it here is my email address :byolatrad@gmail.com.give me a lowdown on your activities and lets see if you can convince me i guarantee i will do msomething on it if its true