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remmy223
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2007 11:27 am Reply with quoteBack to top

found in my inbox this morning from a very active baiting account.came as a bit of a surprise when i read the contents.but im a bit unsure that the lads who i am baiting are trying it on with me,trying to blow my cover.
if this p3rcy v33r does exist,didnt he ever think that 3mma r40ydd5 is a baiting name

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Internet scammers claiming to be looking for representatives is a scammer!
Dear Friend,

WARNING: You are being scammed by Internet scammers claiming to be looking for representatives

Scammers email address is: using email addresses known to you

WARNING!

THIEVES ARE TRYING TO STEAL YOUR MONEY!!

FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, PLEASE READ ALL OF THIS EMAIL!

I am part of a large group of people who try to keep internet crooks
from stealing money through scam emails.

An informant has told us that you are sending email to a known
employment scammer. This person is trying to steal your money by
Advance Fee Fraud, also known as a 419 Scam. The "job" you have applied
for does not exist!!!


PLEASE, DO NOT SEND THIS LETTER TO THE SCAMMERS, AND DO NOT TELL THEM
THAT YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!

This would keep us from warning other good people, and might put our
informants in danger!

Fake job offers are usually one of 4 types of scam:

1. Application and/or training fees. These scams are pretty plain.
The scammer puts up a job offer online and waits for people to apply.
Anyone who applies for the job is given fake company info and an
application form. Somewhere in the "hiring process" there will be
fees for applying or "training seminars". Once the scammers have
your money, the "job" will be gone, along with the scammers.
2. Payment processing, fake checks. This is a hard and fast, short
term scam. You will be told to receive checks or money orders, cash
them, keep your "commission", and send the rest of the money by
Western Union to your "boss". These checks or money orders will be
fake, even if your bank cashes them or tells you that they have
"cleared"!!!! The bank will find out in a few days or weeks that
the checks are fake, and will make you pay all of the money back,
even the money you sent to the scammer. The bank might even have
you arrested for cashing bad checks. This scam is a one-way ticket
to finding yourself deep in debt to an unforgiving bank or even
a jail cell.
3. Payment processing, checks and wire transfers. This is where
fake job scams get really dangerous, because the scammers actually
involve you in their crimes. As above, you will be told to receive
checks/ money orders/ wire transfers, "process" them through your
bank account, keep your "commission", and wire the rest to your
"boss". In this scam, the money is real. Unfortunately for you,
the money is also stolen from other scam victims. The scammer is
using you to break the paper trail of the stolen money, so that
it can't be traced back to him. In plain language, this is called
"money laundering". When the victims report that their money was
stolen, the police will come looking for the person that received
the stolen funds, you. This "job" is nothing more than a very good
way to find yourself in prison.
4. Package routing. In this scam, your "job" is to receive packages
from various sources, address them to your "company", and send them
on. The problem is that the packages you process are filled with
goods paid for with stolen credit cards. As in the above scam, when
the police track the shipment of goods, the paper trail will lead
to one person, you. Taking this "job" will get you arrested on
charges of receiving stolen goods.


I ask you to do these things:

DO NOT SEND THIS LETTER TO THE SCAMMERS, AND DO NOT TELL THEM THAT YOU
HAVE BEEN WARNED. Our informants could be hurt or killed if you tell
the thieves that they are being watched! These people risk their safety
in order to get us the information needed to keep people from being scammed.

2. Please stop mailing and talking to with these crooks now. Do not answer
e-mails, and do not talk to them on the phone. Do not ask if they are trying
to steal your money or involve you in a crime. What do you think a thief will
say? They will only send you more lies so you will send your money and cash
their fake checks.

3. DO NOT send any money, and NEVER go to meet the scammer! Victims of
419 scams who go to meet the scammers have been kidnapped, held for ransom,
and sometimes killed!

4. DO NOT try to confront, abuse, or argue with the scammer, as they
already have your name and address.

5. Please send me an e-mail letting me know that you understand this mail
and have stopped talking with this criminal.




i have left out his email addy in case he is the real deal.how did he get my baiting addy????

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2007 11:41 am Reply with quoteBack to top

p3rcy v33r will be in touch with you soonest.

He is an old friend of Eater and is very dedicated to warning victims when he can. He is somewhat eccentric and has a major problem with public nudity, nonetheless his work is appreciated.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2007 11:44 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Funny comments aside, Veer is a warner.

Just reply back that you're a baiter and continue on with your bait.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2007 3:21 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

just how did he know i was baiting with that addy??

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2007 3:22 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Does it matter? Warners are in the same fight against 419, do we really need to discuss their work every 3 days?

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2007 3:31 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

I would ask Veer that question and any other you may have. He would be able to answer them far better than we can- he is, after all, the one who warned you. Wink

I'll lock this now while we're still on page one and amazingly free of the tinfoil hat brigade.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2007 4:33 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Baiters can expect to get warnings like this from time to time - this topic comes up regularly.
Don't ignore it and do say that you are a baiter - see my sig

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