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A few days ago, a scammer emailed a stolen online banking info to me. He claimes that this accont belongs to him, he has problems to login so he wants me to transfer a huge amount to my account and then sent it to him. I tried to alert the bank via their website but I failed in each attempt. I am planning to send the prinouts of his emails with IPs to the bank but there is one thing bothering me. I was chatting with him with a fake ID. In order to bust him, I said to this jerk that I did the job and asked him where I should send the money. What if the money is stolen in the mean time? Would I get any trouble?
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Joined: 08 Jul 2004
Mon May 21, 2007 3:14 pm
Hi SilverFox, welcome to the eater, don't worry, you wont get in to any trouble over this.
Please take the emails containing the bank information that was sent to you, and forward them (include the full headers, please) to this email address:
Alan is an ex police officer who works closely with the police and banking industry, he deals with all manner of scammer bank accounts, he will pass on the details to the specific bank, the account will be monitored/frozen etc by the banks fraud/security department.
Don't expect a reply from, Alan, but it will be dealt with.
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