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    So I was at a wedding yesterday and when I first walked in I seen 'Jay' sitting with his uncle, I shook his hand.

    5 hours later, Jay asked me 'I want to talk to you', I was surprised suddenly he wanted to talk to me, when didn't he talk to me when I seen him 5 hours earlier. He asked me to come here and said

    "someone has invited you for a wedding" "how can I get your mobile number" why does he need my mobile number? Why can't he ask me for my landline number or give a email of the invitation or ask the person who's invited take a photo of the wedding invitation and then send a photo to my phone?

    Then his friend who's called "d" sitting next to him said "someone has invited you to a wedding".

    Jay went on to further ask how can I get your mobile number?

    I feel they are messing me about and also they have malicious intentions, since I'm on Facebook and perhaps, put my mobile number on a escort site with my photo? Or do some prank.

    What are your thoughts? If he's going to invite me to a wedding, tell my dad, not me.
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    So I was at a wedding yesterday and when I first walked in I seen 'Jay' sitting with his uncle, I shook his hand.

    5 hours later, Jay asked me 'I want to talk to you', I was surprised suddenly he wanted to talk to me, when didn't he talk to me when I seen him 5 hours earlier. He asked me to come here and said

    "someone has invited you for a wedding" "how can I get your mobile number" why does he need my mobile number? Why can't he ask me for my landline number or give a email of the invitation or ask the person who's invited take a photo of the wedding invitation and then send a photo to my phone?

    Then his friend who's called "d" sitting next to him said "someone has invited you to a wedding".

    Jay went on to further ask how can I get your mobile number?

    I feel they are messing me about and also they have malicious intentions, since I'm on Facebook and perhaps, put my mobile number on a escort site with my photo? Or do some prank.

    What are your thoughts? If he's going to invite me to a wedding, tell my dad, not me.
    Hmm... It does sound a bit fishy tbh, I would refrain from giving out personal information like that. Clarify the fact that you may have been invited to a wedding with his uncle maybe?
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    So I told my uncle what they said and they said "if our family don't have a wedding, why are they lying"?I know this is immature to say the lying part, however, if they chat crap to me and mess me around, why not mess them around.
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    Jay also wanted my mobile number, it kept being persistent with it.
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    Jay kept saying "So where can I get your mobile number from", he kept persisting with it.
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    Anyone? What do you make of this? Especially when they said, can you give me your mobile number, where can I get your mobile number from?
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    Anyone? What do you make of this? Especially when they said, can you give me your mobile number, where can I get your mobile number from?
    They are both stockers.
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    ngl, i dont understand your post at all
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    HOW BOUT YOU JUST GIVE EM THE ****ING NUMBER!?

    lol
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    Do you guys think they are telling the truth or not? From what you've read so far? It seems fishy he kept asking me for my mobile number.
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    Who is this someone who has supposedly invited you to a wedding? And if I want someone's mobile number, I'd ask for it.
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    They are obviously liars, my friend told me they came to him to get my mobile number.If their was a wedding, where is the invitation? What date is it on?Do you think I should go to the police and tell them I'm unsure what they will do with my mobile number?
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    And are the police going to do? Just ignore them.
 
 
 
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