I should say Tina/Nora/Victoria, since, as Owlmirror pointed out, she signed her second email to me as Victoria. No problem, Tina/Nora/Victoria, I keep forgetting to sign as Paul myself!
You would have to ask A. Robinson. I don’t know who that is, maybe a Harkonnen spy. At any rate, I never got the payment.
Tina/Nora/Victoria is happy to take my word for it. Of course, it’s a fake cashier’s check to begin with, so the only thing she’s really out is the cost of a FedEx overnight shipment.
About $500? Tina/Nora/Victoria is not too picky.
Sorry, Tina/Nora/Victoria, I didn’t get that last email until after the move! Didn’t I tell you I was going to lose internet? Anyway, iTunes cards sound like a totally legit way to send money.
That’s so cool of Tina/Nora/Victoria. I just told her that I’m going to keep $500 of her money, for which she’s gotten nothing.
I can’t imagine why that would be, unless it’s because I never sent any cashier’s check in the first place. The address, by the way, appears to be a real one; at any rate Google Maps shows it as a residential area. I expected a P.O. box if Tina/Nora/Victoria/Marco sent me a physical address at all.
I’ll be interested to see how Tina/Nora/Victoria/Marco reacts, if at all, when my payment never arrives. She (or he, or they) has been pretty tolerant so far, what with all my name changes, keeping $500, and general incompetence.