I have been deluged with messages lately from people disguising their IPs and being general pains in the A.
This is part of a recent message from a well-to-do Canadian (prospective) buyer:
Naturally, the initial message started with “Hi.”
I so wish these people would just go away.
I’m not going to respond to gibberish, nor accusations for three basic reasons:
- You are an absolutely horrendous English speaker and I doubt I can meet whatever your grammatically incorrect demands are.
- You are using a VPN or similar service. This is why you joined Fiverr this month in Canadae but have a time stamp on messages which says you are somewhere on the other side of the world.
- I’m actually so sick of the same unimaginative tricks people like you attempt to get work for free, that I’m actually considering setting up a GoFundMe page to bring basic scammer literacy to people like you and your offspring.
By all means be a scammer. But at least try to capture my attention with something original…