Justified & Ancient
- Oct 18, 2009
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stuneville said:Damn straight. Mind you, the same can happen on the internet, wild claims just waiting to suck in the naive and trusting.
You want niave and trusting try this from a local Kentucky website, which I swear as far as I know is legit;
If anyone has been scammed in Cookeville by a thylacine seller (the kind fromTasmania, for example), please let me know. We have been scammed and our money is gone. We gave our money to the seller with promise of getting the thylacine a few weeks later. No thylacine...no money.
We are interested in hearing your story ASAP
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