Another "wannabee" LOL

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by COBRA90GT, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. COBRA90GT

    COBRA90GT

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    Nutjob alert. :rofl: He did have a carry permit for his pistol, so at least he's not facing a charge for that... :crazy: The "Fugitive Recovery Agent" ID is the best part of this one IMHO. :supergrin:


    http://www.detnews.com/article/20100402/METRO/4020412/1361/Holly-man-charged-with-impersonating-cop




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  2. steveksux

    steveksux Massive Member

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    Note to self: If I'm going to have a collection of fake ids, make sure they all have the same name on them...

    Randy
     

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    Patchman Florist

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    FYI. The Fugitive Recovery Agency is a scam. Marks are initially given training material in exchange for $300 to $500 and taken for as much $$$ as possible with promises of additional training, equipment, ID and bounty work. See your agency's intell guy/guy for more info. If you come across a "victim" wannabe, consider developing that angle.
     
  4. VinVega

    VinVega Duct Tape?

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    Haha...I had to look up the agency to see.

    It's champion stuff. Hooray for Engrish!:supergrin:

    http://fugitiverecovery.com/id/2145/

    But I think this one might actually be the one you're talking about:
    http://www.theusfra.com/
     
  5. RussP

    RussP Super Moderator Moderator

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    Did he mumble something about...wait, that didn't go over well in the last couple of CCWer threads...

    Just hope no impressionable new CCWers read this and make him their hero.
     
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    Patchman Florist

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    Speaking of which... I don't think OD stands for Olive Drab. More likely Over Dosed on something or other...
     
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    4TS&W 2A RKBA 4EVER

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    But no Hair Club for men ID? Go figure...
     
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    Patchman Florist

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    It was these guys, the US Recovery Bureau.
     
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    steveksux Massive Member

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    All your fugitives are belong to us!!! :rofl:

    Randy
     
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    steveksux Massive Member

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    Confidentiality is one of their highest priorities... don't ask me how I know, they tried to recruit me in a bathroom once....

    :wow: Come to think of it, I HOPE that guy was from hair club for men!!!

    Randy
     
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    Hack Crazy CO Gold Member

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    Did he tap his foot in the next stall to see it you knew the secret fugitive recovery agent cipher?:whistling:
















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    An Asian guy going by the name "Charlie". OK.
     
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    Its not that different from "Jackie", granted the last name of Chan makes it realistic.
     
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    :rofl: No wide stance issues if that's what you mean.. Maybe I'm old fashioned, but I'm always wary of guys chatting me up in the bathroom.

    He had just moved into our office building, we knew he worked for Hair Club. The girls were all a twitter over him, good looking guy, italian cut suits, the whole nine yards. What I never would have guessed was he was also a client.... Starts innocently enough, "so what do you do for a living?". I explain computer stuff, but am smart enough to know I'm supposed to reply "so what do YOU do for a living?", giving him the opening for a sales pitch.. :rofl: I was having some fun making him work the conversation to that direction. Finally got there, gave me a brochure, which featured him, among others, got the sales pitch about confidentiality being their #1 priority. Said thanks, took the brochure, and IMMEDIATELY went to the girls in the office "Hey, you know that cute guy that just moved in down the hall? CHECK THIS OUT!!! " :supergrin:

    I used to work with classified stuff, so I know when to spill the beans and when to keep something secret... :supergrin: I didn't see anything in the brochure about "Not more than 10 years and/or not more than $10,000", so Hair Club for Men is fair game...

    Don't ask me about the time I'm in the bathroom in a bar and hear a faint voice from the stall area "help me.... help me...." Fun times. But I hate to derail the thread too badly...

    Randy
     
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    OK I won't ask you. I will firmly suggest that you start another thread on that topic.:supergrin:
     
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    Let me come up with a good thread title, and you got a deal... :supergrin:

    Randy
     
  18. lawman800

    lawman800 Juris Glocktor

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    It just keeps getting better, don't it?
    Why would you ever go to the FBI and DHS with fake credentials... they don't even respect real credentials from the locals.

    Anyway, what background check and standards do they want from these kind of yahoos anyway? I didn't even know bounty hunting had any standards other than being able to fog up a mirror and sometimes even that is suspect.
     
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    No standards unless it is through the state? :dunno:

    As to FBI and DHS respecting real credentials, heck I used to even look at their's with suspicion. Once we all get the smart card ID's maybe that will be toned down.