Rishikesh Jewellery Scam, November 2010

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#16 May 10th, 2011, 23:57
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Delested=unburdened

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I posted a name twice and according to the policy of the site, I should be banned by now. How come I don't get an anwer when I send an email on the subject and posts in Hindi are deleted in between, showing that there is someone around here doing some work on the forum?

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Do not disclose any other member's blah blah blah...
Unless your jewel scammer is an Indiamike member, you are totally free to reveal their name!

If yuo really want to be banned, use the contact us link on the front page, and I expect someone might get around to it
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Originally Posted by omrishikesh View Post I posted a name twice and according to the policy of the site, I should be banned by now. How come I don't get an anwer when I send an email on the subject and posts in Hindi are deleted in between, showing that there is someone around here doing some work on the forum?

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#21 May 28th, 2011, 22:15
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OK I read all the posts in this thread and I still don't understand what omrishikesh is exactly trying to convey.

Please tell me I am not alone
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Originally Posted by DaisyL View Post This is very good advice. Sometimes people do want to help, and giving to the school (or agency or charity) and not the person makes sense.
Kinda like the homeless guy who wants money because he is hungry but when you offer to buy him a sandwich, the offer almost always is not taken up LOL

I'd probably give him a buck if he actually said it is for the booze instead of telling me he is hungry and needs money.
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Originally Posted by ArnoldLayne View Post Kinda like the homeless guy who wants money because he is hungry but when you offer to buy him a sandwich, the offer almost always is not taken up LOL

I'd probably give him a buck if he actually said it is for the booze instead of telling me he is hungry and needs money.
Yes, this actually happened to me in Las Vegas. A guy came up to us and asked for money because he hadn't eaten in two days. We were just getting ready to go eat and told him that we would buy him lunch instead. He said, no, he wanted money, so we didn't give him anything. Had he said he wanted the money for alcohol, who knows, we might have given him something.
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Originally Posted by DaisyL View Post Yes, this actually happened to me in Las Vegas. A guy came up to us and asked for money because he hadn't eaten in two days. We were just getting ready to go eat and told him that we would buy him lunch instead. He said, no, he wanted money, so we didn't give him anything. Had he said he wanted the money for alcohol, who knows, we might have given him something.
I think it is a standard thing by now all across the US, especially in downtowns LOL I am surprised you had to go all the way to Vegas to experience that when you very well could right in your hometown.

Depending on my whim, I have given them money knowing what they actually want it for and I've also given them cigarettes etc quite often.
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Originally Posted by ArnoldLayne View Post I think it is a standard thing by now all across the US, especially in downtowns LOL I am surprised you had to go all the way to Vegas to experience that when you very well could right in your hometown.
You're right, it is a standard thing in downtown parts of the cities. I live in a very small town (under 5,000), so there is no begging here. In big cities, I usually don't go into the downtown areas. In Las Vegas, it was on the strip, and there were quite a few people begging. So I wasn't really prepared for Delhi, where I did see quite a few people begging.
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Delestable. Utterly delestable.
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If yuo really want to be banned, use the contact us link on the front page, and I expect someone might get around to it
Are yuo serious?
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Originally Posted by omrishikesh View Post Delested=unburdened
Luckily, I now know what delestable means.
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omrishikesh, are you seriously wanting to be banned? You can end your account here at any time. If you want to be banned, then yes, I guess if you contact the mods, they could probably do that for you.
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Originally Posted by Nick-H View Post Unless your jewel scammer is an Indiamike member, you are totally free to reveal their name!

If yuo really want to be banned, use the contact us link on the front page, and I expect someone might get around to it

The "are yuo serious part" was just to make fun of Nick-H, the guy in quest for great typos, who can be a very good provider himself!
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