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#Actuallatch

Posted 09 June 2013 - 10:03 PM

I thought you removed it for keeping your title off the thread lol

 

In my humble opinion, I wouldn't touch it with a 10m pole.

No the quote is copy pasta(minus only the dude's name and the end) and the game in question is the second link in my sig.

 

I wasn't sure if this was some sort of scam with the inclusion of the canned phrase:
Quote
this application (named in email subject)

 

Good point. If you are intrigued by the offer, you can have the conversation. You can always back out anytime you think he's acting suspiciously. 

I once was negotiating with a European party about a design consultation and ended it when she insisted that I not only provide the means to wire money to me but also to make withdrawals. If you think someone's a scammer they probably are.  If you don't think someone's a scammer, he still might be.

 

Right. This is exactly why I posted it here and forwarded the email to my wife also: So I can enter the conversation with more than just my own intuition and I was hoping someone on gamedev may have run across this before. Naturally I googled the text(whole and in part) in the email with no results before I mentioned it here. I can't be the first person this has happened to.


#1latch

Posted 09 June 2013 - 06:06 PM

I thought you removed it for keeping your title off the thread lol

 

In my humble opinion, I wouldn't touch it with a 10m pole.

No the quote is copy pasta and the game in question is the second link in my sig.

 

I wasn't sure if this was some sort of scam with the inclusion of the canned phrase:
Quote
this application (named in email subject)

 

Good point. If you are intrigued by the offer, you can have the conversation. You can always back out anytime you think he's acting suspiciously. 

I once was negotiating with a European party about a design consultation and ended it when she insisted that I not only provide the means to wire money to me but also to make withdrawals. If you think someone's a scammer they probably are.  If you don't think someone's a scammer, he still might be.

 

Right. This is exactly why I posted it here and forwarded the email to my wife also: So I can enter the conversation with more than just my own intuition and I was hoping someone on gamedev may have run across this before. Naturally I googled the text(whole and in part) in the email with no results before I mentioned it here. I can't be the first person this has happened to.


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