sorry

sorry

Post by Coin Sav » Tue, 18 Jun 2002 10:16:40



Quote:
>From: "Young & Tower"
>I sent out an e-mail about turning $6.00 into $6,000 and I am very sorry for

doing so. I'm only 14 and didn't realize what I did until people e-mailed me
back.  I found the document online, it convinced me that it wasn't a scam, and
i fell for it.  I've sent out e-mails apologizing. I'm very sorry for upsetting
anyone or causing any trouble. >

Scams run abundant on the Net and there's no shortage of naive victims, either.
 But a Post such as this, with its hat-in-hand apology is quite rare and
admired.

Not only have you learned something from this event, but you've earned my
respect and admiration for your Honesty and Courage to post this, regardless of
external promptings, and such from me does not come easy.

Well done, especially for someone yet so young.  

Coin Saver

 
 
 

sorry

Post by Scott Stevens » Tue, 18 Jun 2002 16:40:49




Quote:
>>From: "Young & Tower"

>>I sent out an e-mail about turning $6.00 into $6,000 and I am very sorry for
>doing so. I'm only 14 and didn't realize what I did until people e-mailed me
>back.  I found the document online, it convinced me that it wasn't a scam, and
>i fell for it.  I've sent out e-mails apologizing. I'm very sorry for upsetting
>anyone or causing any trouble. >

>Scams run abundant on the Net and there's no shortage of naive victims, either.
> But a Post such as this, with its hat-in-hand apology is quite rare and
>admired.

>Not only have you learned something from this event, but you've earned my
>respect and admiration for your Honesty and Courage to post this, regardless of
>external promptings, and such from me does not come easy.

  Well said.  It's a shame that someone we had in r.c.c in the past
couple of weeks wasn't that mature.

  Y&T, for what it's worth, you've earned my respect as well.

  take care,
  Scott
  Good judgement comes from experience
  Experience comes from bad judgement