Curse the scammers

Telling Nigerian scammer I had put a curse on him worked for me

These Nigerian scams have been around for a very long time, with little change in approach.

I received the usual letter on my alternate e-mail address and decided to reply.

My reply informed the sender that I was a very successful witch and that because of his dishonesty in trying to scam me I was putting a curse on him. I stated that in exactly one year from his receiving this e-mail he would die a horrible, painful death as payback for his dishonesty.

About a week later I receive a reply from the guy begging me to cancel the curse. He said he was a poor student that had to make some money for his schooling and that he was so sorry for trying to scam me. He also stated he would not do it again.

After working in Nigeria, I am aware that many believe in curses, so why not lay one on the guy. It worked.

Wayne Dwernychuk





Just Posted

Retired Nanoose Bay teacher ‘Set for Life’ after $675K lottery win

Shannon plans to buy new sails for his sailboat

Country music star Aaron Pritchett back in Qualicum Beach to play benefit concert

Singer to headline Thalassa restaurant fundraiser for Ronald McDonald house

Qualicum school district sees utility costs go down

Capital funding opportunities promote clean energy and drive efficiencies

Order in the chambers: Qualicum Beach votes for council code of conduct

Coun. Robert Filmer’s motion passes unanimously at town meeting

B.C. sockeye returns drop as official calls 2019 ‘extremely challenging’

Federal government says officials are seeing the same thing off Alaska and Washington state

Expanded support to help B.C. youth from care attend university still falling short

Inadequate support, limited awareness and eligibility restrictions some of the existing challenges

Ethnic media aim to help maintain boost in voting by new Canadians

Statistics Canada says new Canadians made up about one-fifth of the voting population in 2016

Cross-examination begins for B.C. dad accused of killing young daughters

Andrew Berry is charged in the deaths of six-year-old Chloe and four-year-old Aubrey in 2017

Dog attacked by river otters, Penticton owner says

Marie Fletcher says her dog was pulled underwater by four river otters in the Penticton Channel

BC SPCA overwhelmed with cats, kittens needing homes

Large number of cruelty investigations, plus normal ‘kitten season’ to blame

Wife charged in husband’s death in Sechelt

Karin Fischer has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of her husband, Max

B.C. Hydro applies for rare cut in electricity rates next year

Province wrote off $1.1 billion debt to help reverse rate increase

Most Read