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Friends of mine who live in South America or whom I met in South America have been sending me invitations to join a social networking site called Quepasa. I took the plunge a day or so ago, uploaded a few photos and provided the following rich biographical detail:

Gender: Man

Age: 42 years old

Location: Summertown, Tennessee, United States

Sexual Orientation: Straight

Marital Status: Divorced

Education: College Degree

School: UMC

Occupation: Culture Worker

Apparently this is pretty rich stuff, because now I find several messages a day from other Quepasa users in my inbox. The following is typical:

Hello!!!, My Name Nina Dame I saw your profile today at (www.quepasa.com), and i was deeply moved. I think that you are a very interesting person.So I decided to use the chance to get to know you.i dont think that the age appearance is so important. The most important is what is inside you and how do you feel about the life. I know this life from many sides and I am rather mature already to know how to make a man happy.I think we should use every chance to find our happiness. and I am contacting you for obvious reason which you will understand.reply me with my email address (nina.dame@ymail.com) so that i will send my photo and more details to you,and i have a very important thing to tell you, i still hope for your reply, have a pleasant day, Nina, ___________________________________________nina.dame@ymail.com
While I don't know exactly how this scam would play out if I took the bait, it sure stinks of scam to me. Meaning no disrespect to my friends who seem to have found some utility in the site, I'm done with this thing. Y'all are on Facebook, and you can find me there.

Stay well.


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