Guest Roo1

Pin Number Reversal (good To Know)

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    Guest Roo1

    If you should ever be forced by a robber to withdraw money from an

    ATM machine, you can notify the police by entering your Pin # in

    reverse.

     

    For example if your pin number is 1234 then you would put in 4321.

    The ATM recognizes that your pin number is backwards from the

    ATM card you placed in the machine.

     

    The machine will still give you the money you requested, but

    unknown to the robber, the police will be immediately dispatched

    to help you.

     

    This information was recently broadcasted on TV and it states

    that it is seldom used because people don't know it exists.

    Please pass this along to everyone possible.

     

    Australian Federal Police.

    AFP Web site: http://www.afp.gov.au

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    Guest Django

    Thats a great idea.:notworthy: Not so good if the only pin number you could remember is something like 2442. :D

     

    Pete

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    Guest deanrm

    None of you have ever been robbed have you??

     

     

    It is a brilliant idea but someone who has never been robbed must of come up with it.

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    Guest Roo1
    Not tooo sure how true this is but it looks like the technology is certainly available anyway...

     

    http://www.hoax-slayer.com/reverse-pin-ATM.shtml

     

    T

     

     

    Hmmm, well it was sent to me by a trusted friend. I would hate to think it was a hoax.

    But if your link confirms this, then thats really low to send this message out when its not true!!! :skeptical:

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    Unfortunately there is a huge amount of such emails doing the rounds.. these can be anything from sick kids, winning by sending emails to friends, dangerous foods etc.. the vast majority are false....

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    Guest dglamoore
    Hmmm, well it was sent to me by a trusted friend. I would hate to think it was a hoax.

    But if your link confirms this, then thats really low to send this message out when its not true!!! :skeptical:

     

    Don't worry about it - I have believed lots of my emails sent by friends and they may have believed it too :wubclub: Wish the 5 or so I get everyday about winning the lottery were true though :huh:

     

    Lisa:v_SPIN:

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    Is the one about spraying Listerine about outside stopping mozzies and flies true though??? Has anyone tried it yet? Or is it just a marketing play for Listerine....??

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