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  1. #5376
    Quote Originally Posted by MSClive  [View Original Post]
    Yeah the fault is 100% mine. Stupidity is easy to spot in hindsight. And I have made 100+ trips with this or a similar phone to Tijuana with no incident.

    I was so tired I did not post a full story about the cops. Still I won't because it won't add to the body of knowledge here.

    But suffice to say that the cops set up an elaborate scam to 'help' me. They said they had the said woman in custody on a drug charge and 'may' have the phone on her. So I would need to bail her out for $50 to secure her release and hence my phone. I refused to pay the money up front to them. I said I will call a local attorney to help me out (as I said I have local business in Tijuana). They wasted my time and I made multiple trips to the police station between midnight and 7 am. Spent 4 hours talking and negotiating with cops. I spent $10-20 on bribes but turns out the cops were scamming me (just as I had gathered).

    In the AM I tracked the phone down to Jessica and her druggie boyfriend who actually presented the phone to me in exchange for $25 or so. I gave him $25 but he did not give me the phone. Yes I got scammed. But at least I was able to verify that the phone was with him. A phone in the hand of a druggie is useless as he is not a sophisticated hacker. At least I knew nobody had tried to access the data I mentioned. The charger is USB C type so he did not even know how to charge it LOL.

    Once I knew that the phone I had not been compromised I felt safe calling the office (they would not scold me for having allowed a hacker to have it). So I called up the office and they flashed the phone.

    There. I have explained myself. Do not believe me if you don't want to. It is quite alright. I am fine.

    Yeah. In hindsight I was stupid. I get it. You guys do not have to remind me of it.
    Now THIS makes perfect sense. Yes, the ZN cops are as corrupt as any thief. A remote wipe had crossed my mind earlier, as I've had to do that for people who had lost their phones.

    Thanks for the update and we're glad it came out OK in the end.

  2. #5375

    Sofia.

    I have never seen Sofia who went from the alley into HK and disappeared about 2 years ago. Poor girl. She never returned.

    He's talking about another Sofia, whom he's locking up in his harem.

    Re. Jackie888.

    Sofia had a new baby? Wow.

  3. #5374
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    These walkers are drugs addicts, criminals, and thieves. You should have stayed away form them.

    What you mean phone was located but could not recover? Unless your phone is encrusted with diamonds it's not worth that much, but the info in it may be very valuable to people like the drug cartels. She sold that info, not the phone. Now they know how to call the Sec of Home Land Sec directly hehe.

    Does your phone have names and addresses of all Mexican informants, double agents and hot HK girls? If you lose sensitive government properties, will you be penalized?.
    I located the phone physically, yeah. Paid local touts money to track it down. But was not able to take it back physically.

    Nah. The info is not that important. I am not 007 or anything like that. Standard stuff in the digital age where I have access to info that can be sensitive. Not to national security but information on people's personal info, etc. If info got into wrong hands, I would have definitely lost my job. And yes the feds would have investigated me to see if I was up to anything myself like selling the info for profit, etc. But as I said the info was not compromised.

    Yeah I probably overstated or mis-stated the importance of the data. But you must understand that when I wrote that message I was really shaken up badly. So badly that I did not even come to check this forum for the past 2 weeks or so. But in any case this is my livelihood and my responsibility. I need to be more careful next time.

  4. #5373
    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    I tend not to judge but why was there a reason to take this across the border?
    I don't live in San Diego. I travel from further away so when I get to Mexico I carry all my work / personal stuff. Also I live in Mexico for weeks. I conduct business there (property, etc).

  5. #5372
    Quote Originally Posted by Ump1969  [View Original Post]
    Forgive a stranger bursting in. Does anyone besides me find more than a little BS in the story? Someone carrying a government phone commits questionable activity in a foreign country and comes on this forum to admit it to us? Think about it. Chances are the phone has some type of tracer letting his bosses know where he is. Relating it here wouldn't get back to his bosses somehow? The phone is recovered, but he can't get it back? Why would Mexican police admit they have it, then keep it, knowing it belongs to the US government? I think we have a prospective fantasy warier here, or at the very least, someone inflating his importance.
    Dude,

    I am free to travel to Mexico over the weekend. So if my boss traces me it is 100% legal. The trouble comes explaining if it came into contact with a drug user or criminal.

    I do not have anything to hide actually. Prostitution is tolerated / legal in Mexico. So my company does not care what I do not weekends.

    Mexican police would never know what the phone is about. Also I never told them of its importance. Simple.

  6. #5371
    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Let me see if I understand this. You brought a phone, owned by the Feds, to Tijuana? I'm sure this phone has all sorts of rules and regs against taking it out of the country.

    To add to it, you took it to Tijuana's red light district? ? And you solicited the services of a known drug addict while in possession of said phone? And you are surprised that she stole your phone?

    Tell us again how this is the cops' fault?
    Yeah the fault is 100% mine. Stupidity is easy to spot in hindsight. And I have made 100+ trips with this or a similar phone to Tijuana with no incident.

    I was so tired I did not post a full story about the cops. Still I won't because it won't add to the body of knowledge here.

    But suffice to say that the cops set up an elaborate scam to 'help' me. They said they had the said woman in custody on a drug charge and 'may' have the phone on her. So I would need to bail her out for $50 to secure her release and hence my phone. I refused to pay the money up front to them. I said I will call a local attorney to help me out (as I said I have local business in Tijuana). They wasted my time and I made multiple trips to the police station between midnight and 7 am. Spent 4 hours talking and negotiating with cops. I spent $10-20 on bribes but turns out the cops were scamming me (just as I had gathered).

    In the AM I tracked the phone down to Jessica and her druggie boyfriend who actually presented the phone to me in exchange for $25 or so. I gave him $25 but he did not give me the phone. Yes I got scammed. But at least I was able to verify that the phone was with him. A phone in the hand of a druggie is useless as he is not a sophisticated hacker. At least I knew nobody had tried to access the data I mentioned. The charger is USB C type so he did not even know how to charge it LOL.

    Once I knew that the phone I had not been compromised I felt safe calling the office (they would not scold me for having allowed a hacker to have it). So I called up the office and they flashed the phone.

    There. I have explained myself. Do not believe me if you don't want to. It is quite alright. I am fine.

    Yeah. In hindsight I was stupid. I get it. You guys do not have to remind me of it.

  7. #5370
    Quote Originally Posted by Ump1969  [View Original Post]
    Forgive a stranger bursting in. Does anyone besides me find more than a little BS in the story? Someone carrying a government phone commits questionable activity in a foreign country and comes on this forum to admit it to us? Think about it. Chances are the phone has some type of tracer letting his bosses know where he is. Relating it here wouldn't get back to his bosses somehow? The phone is recovered, but he can't get it back? Why would Mexican police admit they have it, then keep it, knowing it belongs to the US government? I think we have a prospective fantasy warier here, or at the very least, someone inflating his importance.
    Dude,

    Exactly why I was in so much panic. Luckily for me nobody at work questioned my whereabouts or even traced its location. They remotely flashed the phone so all data is erased next time it is turned on. If you know me you will find that I have no reason to inflate my standing. If you were a hot chica willing to provide me free services, things would be different. Anyway for me I got to keep my job and nobody even raised an eyebrow.

    I am a low level worker with access to important data. In the IT age it is easy to forget how much havoc one can wreak if you have access to the wrong person. Employees are basically honest and so they underestimate how wicked people can be.

    And no. Mexican authorities, or nobody in possession of that phone would even realize that the phone is actually a government thing. Needs fingerprint, face scan, password, etc to access the juicy part. Anyway, phone is flashed. So no worries. Yay for System Admins.

  8. #5369
    Well there is lot of federal gov employees in SD and we all do dumb things every so often. He can always try and claim he lost the phone in the US. Tijuana is close enough so it is a plausible excuse that it was taken to Tijuana.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ump1969  [View Original Post]
    Forgive a stranger bursting in. Does anyone besides me find more than a little BS in the story? Someone carrying a government phone commits questionable activity in a foreign country and comes on this forum to admit it to us? Think about it. Chances are the phone has some type of tracer letting his bosses know where he is. Relating it here wouldn't get back to his bosses somehow? The phone is recovered, but he can't get it back? Why would Mexican police admit they have it, then keep it, knowing it belongs to the US government? I think we have a prospective fantasy warier here, or at the very least, someone inflating his importance.

  9. #5368

    Questionable.

    Forgive a stranger bursting in. Does anyone besides me find more than a little BS in the story? Someone carrying a government phone commits questionable activity in a foreign country and comes on this forum to admit it to us? Think about it. Chances are the phone has some type of tracer letting his bosses know where he is. Relating it here wouldn't get back to his bosses somehow? The phone is recovered, but he can't get it back? Why would Mexican police admit they have it, then keep it, knowing it belongs to the US government? I think we have a prospective fantasy warier here, or at the very least, someone inflating his importance.

  10. #5367
    Quote Originally Posted by JCGreekGuy  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    I've debated not writing this review, but decided not to keep her to myself. Has anyone ever been with Sofia?

    She's about 5'4", thin, and is very pretty.

    The first time we saw each other, it was a Monday. It was my last fling before departing. She gave me GFE (for a SG), no clock watching, sin ropa for 400 pesos. I tried so hard, but couldn't finish. She looked sad.

    Months later, I was looking for my last fling on a Monday before rolling out. Saw Sofia again. She remembered me and that we hadn't finished last time. Another $400 mx and up we went. Identical service. Made sure to get her number this time.

    She's sweet, guys. I'd love to hear that you guys have had good experiences with her. I'd love even more to hear she gave me special treatment.

    She's got a baby, but you'd never know it by her body and her pussy. Give this girl a try before I try to lock her down!
    Sofia had a new baby? Wow.

  11. #5366
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  12. #5365

    Sofia behind Cascadas.

    Hey guys,

    I've debated not writing this review, but decided not to keep her to myself. Has anyone ever been with Sofia?

    She's about 5'4", thin, and is very pretty.

    The first time we saw each other, it was a Monday. It was my last fling before departing. She gave me GFE (for a SG), no clock watching, sin ropa for 400 pesos. I tried so hard, but couldn't finish. She looked sad.

    Months later, I was looking for my last fling on a Monday before rolling out. Saw Sofia again. She remembered me and that we hadn't finished last time. Another $400 mx and up we went. Identical service. Made sure to get her number this time.

    She's sweet, guys. I'd love to hear that you guys have had good experiences with her. I'd love even more to hear she gave me special treatment.

    She's got a baby, but you'd never know it by her body and her pussy. Give this girl a try before I try to lock her down!

  13. #5364
    Only bring a junk backup cell to Mexico with a screen lock on it and no sim storage card. Assume it will get stolen.

  14. #5363

    Ok

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Let me see if I understand this. You brought a phone, owned by the Feds, to Tijuana? I'm sure this phone has all sorts of rules and regs against taking it out of the country.

    To add to it, you took it to Tijuana's red light district? ? And you solicited the services of a known drug addict while in possession of said phone? And you are surprised that she stole your phone?

    Tell us again how this is the cops' fault?
    OK, now I'm guessing that it was a phone that he had in his possession that was stolen by a drug addict that he trusted to have something that valuable around her unprotected. I was kind of thrown off and bewildered by the story because all that drama could have been avoided. I was thinking the drug addicted street walker he was involved with stole the said "Top Federal Agency" phone however and he had involved himself trying to get it back. Either way the story is. Let's say "interesting".

  15. #5362

    My thoughts also

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Let me see if I understand this. You brought a phone, owned by the Feds, to Tijuana? I'm sure this phone has all sorts of rules and regs against taking it out of the country.

    To add to it, you took it to Tijuana's red light district? ? And you solicited the services of a known drug addict while in possession of said phone? And you are surprised that she stole your phone?

    Tell us again how this is the cops' fault?
    I tend not to judge but why was there a reason to take this across the border?

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