Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
I would like to assist others in avoiding scams. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Yesterday, I had to assist my niece when a scammer tried to take 300.00 US dollars from her. Ooh… Was I angry. I got it straightened out.
But forget about that. Let me tell you how I almost made a LOT of money today.
I like things laid out plain and simple. His response was a little scripted, but oh well.
I was off to a good start. It seemed my financial burdens were to be leveraged with the sale of my home and cashing in my retirement. Doing so would result in me being a millionaire and I was ready present the case to my Beloved.
He left a link and I responded.
I was ready, credit card in hand to get started.
Then this happened. LinkedIn got in the way and called it potentially harmful.
I looked at the man’s profile. He seemed legit. Four thousand and eleven followers could not be wrong.
Then this happened.
I had been blocked! All of my dreams of making a cool million by selling everything had been dashed. I tried to make it work and asked a gut wrenching question but to no avail.
What a downer. I could not even ask. This was the gutter of capitalism. Why did he block me? Did he look at my Linked In posts and see how I seek these interactions? Perhaps he knew my niece. Whatever…
I hate being blocked.
Now I am not calling Jason Devon a scammer, and I will leave a link here for him to be connected with in good faith. https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-devon-7522a01aa
For some reason, the link does not work for my account.