SCARS™ Insights: The Juju Curse
When You Get Scammer Emails or Messages …
THE JUJU SCAMMERS CURSE!
This is not intended as either a confrontation of YOUR scammer nor is it deceptive (as in scambaiting).
This is just kindly letting the scammer know that they should move on – if you feel the need.
After you get tired of their BS and want to give a good final reply, remember that these are very tribal & superstitious scammers!
The Best Way Is To Scare Them With Their Own Beliefs
Will it make a difference? Probably not, but it can be satisfying!
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT SUPPORT SCAMBAITING. BUT THIS IS ABOUT A PARTING SHOT IF YOU FEEL YOU HAVE TO DO IT! NOT TO THE SCAMMER THAT SCAMMED YOU, BUT TO THE ONES THAT COME THROUGH FROM TIME TO TIME.
We actually recommend never letting the scammers know that you know, but sometimes you just have to do it!
First Report The Scammer On This Website Or On Anyscam.com, Then Send Them The Following, Then Block Them, Because You Don’t Really Want To Read Their Replies:
As you read this you and your computer and phone are cursed!
Your computer will fail, and every computer and phone you ever get will be cursed!
Every email you receive will be cursed!
Every dollar you receive will be cursed, and everything you buy with it will be cursed!
You will become sick, and people you know will die, you are cursed!
You will never be rich, and in time, you will die alone, without money, you are cursed!
This is your curse, and no Juju Priest can ever remove this curse!
Only by returning what you took can you be free!
You are cursed!
The effect is compounded if it comes from multiple people they are trying to scam! Works on Ghanaians, Nigerians, or any Central or South Africans too.
This has been tested, and it freaks them out!
Here Are The Curses You Can Use!
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