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It seems it's not uncommon that more than one mugu will engage in IM discussion. I have found while baiting and talking in IM's that often the excellent paragraphs and grammars, however, are a result of the mugu simply copying and pasting prefabbed material from else where, into the IM, as even the best versed mugu, when trying to free flow dialogue still has their oops mishaps (except in the case they are using a mule that is native to places like the USA at least).painfullyhonest wrote:The "person" I was talking to had two distinct writing styles; one with the typical poor spelling and grammar, the other with excellently formed paragraph and sentence structure. The inconsistency was bothersome to me. So thru searching for the tools to discover exactly to whom I was chatting with, I happened into this group as well as another containing the accounts of victims. Now, I love to fish. It's a sport very worthy of my time. Kudos to the ancestral baiters who formed this group !
Outta Control wrote: I'm considering baiting. Any words of advise. I just want more info on this mugu.
Normally, I don't think it's a good idea for a victim to bait their personal scammer. Remember, before you knew what it was that you were in contact with, you gave it personal info about yourself, probably shared some personal photos even. You may have even disclosed personal history to your scammer that you wouldn't do anyone else.Outta Control wrote:I'm considering baiting. Any words of advise. I just want more info on this mugu.
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