Monday, August 23, 2010

This scammer is good...


JUGJET: I actually wrote back to the scammer to read my blog and facebook, on which I had alerted the world on her/his intentions to scame me and guess what? I received this today. They are getting better or stupider, and I will play along and see where it leads to...

My Dearest One,
I must not for get to thank you for your response to my mail this day;I decided to contact you again today after reading your mail,
I became interested in knowing you more and also to trust you with my life,i hope you will not disappoint me at the end.
Because it is not easy to trust someone you met in the internet with your life but i have to risk this trust with the believe that you are a responsible and matured one that will not disappoint me and will also not refuse to help me after knowing my life story.
Honestly my condition here in the refugee camp is quite unbearable and i am sick and tired of staying here any longer please i need your help.
Now listen very carefully please,
I am constrained to contact you because of the maltreatment I was receiving from my step mother back there in Rwanda (since the untimely death of my late parents)
She collided with her people and friends to take away all my late father's treasury and properties from me since the unexpected death of my beloved parents.
Meanwhile I wanted to escape from Africa to any where in the world but she knew what i was planing and hide away my valuable traveling documents But luckily to me she did not discover where I kept my fathers File which contains some important documents of his access.
So I decided to run to Senegal here where I am presently seeking asylum under a Rev Father's care (as i told you earlier)
I wish to contact you personally for a long term relationship that may lead us to somewhere better if we work well on it no matter the age gaps because i don't care about although you have mentioned about our age difference but the truth remains that age is just a number what matters is the understanding and Love which i want to preach and exposed to you,
I found out in one of the files that my father of blessed memory deposited the sum of (US$5,300, 000.00) (Five Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars) in a bank with my name as the next of kin.
However, I shall forward you with the contact of the bank on confirmation of your acceptance to assist me for the transfer and investment of the fund.
You will also help me in an investment and i will like to complete my studies,as i was in my 1st year in the university as a law student before the incident.
After the transaction you will arrange for my trip to join you over there for us to start up the investment together in any business or any thing you know very well that can yield good incomes.
We will invest the fund me and you, or if you don't intend staying with me then It will be my pleasure to compensate you with 30% of the total money for your services and the balance shall be my investment capital.
This is the reason why I decided to contact you privately Please all communications should be through this email address or if you will like to talk to me to hear my voice i have temporary telephone number belonging to a Rev Sister Mary Jane this Rev Sister just traveled to Overseas on a missionary work sent to her by the United nation.
In the meantime i am using her telephone number here (00221 778 030 535) You can call me anytime of your choice if you want to speak with me since i am using her telephone hand set as of now.
As soon as I receive your positive response showing your interest I will put things in action immediately and send you the contact information of the bank for you to be in contact with them.
In the light of the above, I shall appreciate an urgent message indicating your ability and willingness to handle this relationship and transaction sincerely/secretly and promise me that you will not/never betray me, because this money is the only hope i have for survival on earth since I have lost my parents.
But before I give you further information,I will like to know your full data;ie
1. Your full names.
2. Your contact and residential address.
3. Your Occupation.
4. Your Age please.
Concerning my likes and dislikes,am simple minded,submissive, honest,caring,lovely, understandable,faithful, sincere,trustworthy,etc, i enjoy gospel song, watching movies,etc, i hate gossiping, lying, disrespect, stealing, pride.etc
Awaiting your urgent and positive response today.
Please keep this only to yourself please I beg you not to disclose it to anyone else till the transfer is done and i come over there in your country.
Yours forever in Love,

Gain back lost respect

By Jugjet Singh


RESPECT is what the Malaysian hockey team needs to start earning, if they want to break into the top-10 bracket in the world.
It is the vital ingredient which is conspicuously missing since a decade ago, when we started losing to minnows in qualifiers and friendlies.
And the 4-4 draw with Italy, better known for soccer than hockey, in the Olympic Qualifier in Kakamigahara, Japan in 2008 was among the major reasons why European teams lost respect of our national side.
Compared with European sides, hockey players in Malaysia are a blessed lot, as they travel far and wide to gain experience before any major tournaments but still lose to teams who rely more on domestic tournaments for ex posure.
This year alone, the national players have competed in the Azlan Shah Cup, then went on China, Australia and Europe Tours to play friendlies, and also a Five-Nation.
But rather than improve and gain recognition, Malaysia lost to China and also to Australian club sides, which further dragged their sagging respect to further depths.
Their latest defeat was to an Irish side which in this year, only played in the Celtic Cup in June and then the recent friendlies against Malaysia.
That was all the exposure which the Irish had this year.
But still, the Irish lads held Malaysia to a 3-3 draw and only lost 4-2 and 3-2 before winning the final match 2-1. This is because they no longer respect Malaysia after beating them 2-1 in the semi-finals of the Champions Challenge II in Dublin last year.
The Italians, Irish, Poles, Scots, French and Belgium no longer fear Malaysia, and that is why we keep losing to them in Qualifiers and missing the boat to Olympics and World Cups.
Australia are the most feared team in the world right now, as they have earned their stripes with Olympic and World Cup gold medals.
Now, even when Netherlands, German and Spain play Australia, they show great respect by not adopting open play, which in turn is capitalised by the Aussies to mount full presses resulting in early goals.
Malaysia have a golden chance to regain some respect when they start their Five-Nation in France today.
They must not only beat, but score as many goals as possible against Poland, Ireland, Scotland and France in the Five-Nation if they hope to be respected when they play in the Commonwealth and then the all-important Asian Games.
If not, Australia, India and Pakistan will maul us in the Commonwealth Games, and in the Asian Games grouping, South Korea and China will slam the semi-finals door shut on van Huizen’s men.
In the end, we will end up struggling to even beat Oman and Singapore in the Asian Games, just like when we could only beat Hong Kong 2-1 in the Doha Games in 2006.
Respect cannot be learned, purchased or acquired - it can only be earned, and Malaysia must start their journey in France today.

Ireland nail 2-1 winner

Senior Men’s International: Ireland 2 (Timmy Cockram 2) Malaysia 1 (Muhammad Razie).

Timmy Cockram’s second half double crowned Ireland’s best half of hockey over the four ties with Malaysia at Belfield this week, netting the two corners the country earned.
Both came from switch left moves, the second of which came on the final hooter at the second attempt after the Malaysian number one runner blocked the Lisnagarvey striker’s initial effort.
It was a just reward for an improved, though still flawed, performance from Paul Revington’s men as they feel their way back into action after a six-week lay-off.
Indeed, Ireland managed to keep in contention in each tie with the speedy Malaysians – ranked five places higher in the world – who are amid preparations for the Commonwealth Games in spite of some rocky periods.
An error-strewn first half –in which John Jackson claimed his 50th cap – tonight was a case in point. The visitors thought they had scored in a similar manner to Saturday’s opener when Tajol Rosli’s baseline pull-back ballooned up off a stick and Baljit Singh batted in to the backboard.
It was over shoulder-height, though, and led to a penalty corner in place of a goal. No matter, Muhammad Razie whizzed a flick to the glove side of David Harte’s net.
But, while Ireland struggled to get going, they still picked off a few decent opportunities. Eugene Magee miscued when well-placed while Andy McConnell had a goal chalked off after a tidy right wing move.
It was not overly polished stuff but the hosts were getting into the right positions but the final details were going awry.
Gradually the chances became clearer as David Ames’ creativity and guile came to the fore. A Jackson cross was deflected brilliantly by Mitch Darling’s upright, openside touch which rattled the crossbar while Darling and Cockram forced a double-save from Ibrahim Kairuilnizam.
Ames and Geoff McCabe one-two finally won a first green penalty corner in the 60th minute, allowing Cockram to find the bottom-left corner with a low bullet.
And a fortuitous second corner – a Malaysian defender making a hames of controlling the ball – gave Ireland a golden chance on the final buzzer. Cockram’s drag was blocked but landed stock still and within reach and he managed to poke home the second round for the winner.
Paul Revington was pleased with the improvement shown since Saturday’s outing: “Tonight was better for us as we performed for 50 minutes but the first 10 to 15 minutes were still a bit tentative for which there is no reason. There were fewer gifts tonight and that meant more control in the game by the Irish, which resulted in more sustained pressure for which we were duly rewarded.”
Ireland now head to Paris on Tuesday to play in a Five Nations tournament, the squad for which will be announced early in the week.
Ireland: David Harte, John Jackson, Ronan Gormley (capt), Chris Cargo, Eugene Magee, Andy McConnell, Timmy Cockram, David Ames, Paul Gleghorne, Conor Harte, Phelie Maguire
Subs: Geoff McCabe, Joe Brennan, Mitch Darling, Alan Sothern, Alan Giles
Malaysia: Ibrahim Kairuilnizam, Muhammad Marhan, Muhammad Amin, Tajol Rosli, Harvinder Singh, Mohamed Sukri, Mohan Jivan, Muhammad Razie, Baljit Singh, Muhamad Azammi, Azreen Rizal
Subs: Ahmad Kazamirul, Saari Faizal, Ahmad Tajudin, Nabil Figri, Muhammad Fikri
Umpires: Graeme Caulwell, Kieran Bolger.