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    Nov 29, 2015 2:08 PM GMT
    Why does it seem so many guys on here have had string of bad luck, had to move in with a relative and are in a country that is anti gay and want someone here to help him move to the USA? And what about all these guys you don't have a picture but want to know your email or phone number? What's up with all of that?
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    Nov 29, 2015 2:15 PM GMT
    It's called scams. You are under no obligation to reply to any requests online or irl.
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    Nov 29, 2015 2:27 PM GMT
    Yeah you seem to meet some nice people then all of a sudden they want monetary help to supposedly get out of their country. Lol
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    Dec 01, 2015 3:54 AM GMT
    Some guy here got scammed out of money by another legit member. It's both sad and funny.
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    Dec 01, 2015 3:57 AM GMT
    xrichx saidSome guy here got scammed out of money by another legit member. It's both sad and funny.


    I'm dying to know who the user is.
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    Dec 01, 2015 4:12 AM GMT
    MrFuscle said
    xrichx saidSome guy here got scammed out of money by another legit member. It's both sad and funny.
    I'm dying to know who the user is.

    I won't name any names. They both might still be on this site. But the guy that got scammed.. older, good looking, nice body, but sort of a douche from my past observations on the forums. So I suspect that he got cocky and thought he could get a particular guy (the scammer). Now the scammer isn't a scammer by nature. At least from my observations. I think he did it to teach a lesson, to the other guy. That's why I found the incident to be funny.

    I don't know the actual story. So it's all speculation on my part. I just remember the guy that got scammed created a thread about it and called out the other guy as a scammer/thief. icon_lol.gif
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    Dec 01, 2015 4:24 AM GMT
    xrichx said
    MrFuscle said
    xrichx saidSome guy here got scammed out of money by another legit member. It's both sad and funny.
    I'm dying to know who the user is.

    I won't name any names. They both might still be on this site. But the guy that got scammed.. older, good looking, nice body, but sort of a douche from my past observations on the forums. So I suspect that he got cocky and thought he could get a particular guy (the scammer). Now the scammer isn't a scammer by nature. At least from my observations. I think he did it to teach a lesson, to the other guy. That's why I found the incident to be funny.

    I don't know the actual story. So it's all speculation on my part. I just remember the guy that got scammed created a thread about it and called out the other guy as a scammer/thief. icon_lol.gif


    Oh wow, I feel bad for feeling good about douche getting his just deserts.
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    Dec 01, 2015 4:25 AM GMT
    xrichx saidSome guy here got scammed out of money by another legit member. It's both sad and funny.


    How is someone getting scammed funny? Its just sad..
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    Dec 02, 2015 5:07 PM GMT
    Speaking of scams, I had a wealthy older client in his 80's who was conned into sending someone in South Africa $500,000. He was promised a good return on his "loan". He was told this money was to help free up major funds that were being held up by the government. He was to be repaid within a year or so. He never received his money and to add insult to injury, he told me they had the unmitigated gall to approach him wanting another $150,000 because they were "very close" to getting these funds released, but needed just a bit more to pay off some unnamed govt. official. My client asked me if he should give the $150,000. (I had not known him when he gave the original $500,000.) I advised him NOT to give them another cent. (He didn't.) This client (an otherwise bright, well educated venture capital 'angel') had worked hard for his money (pensions and investments) all his life. You would think he'd have been far too wise to succumb to this kind of scam. He never received any portion of his original investment (as you might have guessed).
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    Dec 02, 2015 5:31 PM GMT
    Jockbod48 saidSpeaking of scams, I had a wealthy older client in his 80's who was conned into sending someone in South Africa $500,000. He was promised a good return on his "loan". He was told this money was to help free up major funds that were being held up by the government. He was to be repaid within a year or so. He never received his money and to add insult to injury, he told me they had the unmitigated gall to approach him wanting another $150,000 because they were "very close" to getting these funds released, but needed just a bit more to pay off some unnamed govt. official. My client asked me if he should give the $150,000. (I had not known him when he gave the original $500,000.) I advised him NOT to give them another cent. (He didn't.) This client (an otherwise bright, well educated venture capital 'angel') had worked hard for his money (pensions and investments) all his life. You would think he'd have been far too wise to succumb to this kind of scam. He never received any portion of his original investment (as you might have guessed).


    At his age I would think senility would be at play here
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    Dec 02, 2015 5:49 PM GMT
    In addition to the usual scamming realJock also has:
    -more than expected fake accounts. Some have no pictures, some have. Some of these fake accounts are verified and some have been voted Man of the Day.
    -some members have multiple accounts. Use these accounts to promote their posts to the top. It might be frustrating to post medium interest level information on realjock. So dont.
    -you will notice a glut of social political conservatives here at real jock. the politics at realjock is stuck in the 90's when everyone hated gays. Some are very active to the point you could think they get paid to post here. Well likely they do.


    there is little IP address or MAC verification here and no moderators.
    bla bla so
    enjoy what it is and be careful.