As I mentioned a while back I have another blog to keep track of my attempts to earn a living without doing very much or leaving the house. Anyway I was just completing a post on the 'most watched' items on eBay when I came across this auction .
Obviously I'm suspicious but I must shamefully admit to being tempted. As time goes by I grow more amazed than ever that I've never fallen for one of those email scams. To return to the suspicious auction if I may. What is this 'historical event' they are banging on about?
'Every once in a while, world events combine to create situations that will generate billions of dollars from virtually thin air, (it only happened twice in the 20th century).'
Money from thin air! When did this happen? I can think of many instances of money disappearing into thin air during the course of the 20th century but didn't it turn up in odd places like Robert Maxwell's pocket, if ever?
I feel like I'm in Jack and The Beanstalk or something. Can anyone enlighten me on the precise nature of this scam? Apparently the 'big players' know all about it. Are any of them reading? Would any of them mind giving this 'little player' an explanation of this extraordinary item or even a small hint?
No wonder it's one of the most watched items on eBay, I can't take my eyes of the bloody thing. The girls in the picture look too sweet to be wholesome. It's a honey trap and no mistake.
I demand answers.