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this will be quick ive only bin on the internet 4 about 8 weeks now and so knew nothing about thes scams i fell for it at 1st and gave them my bank info i have recovered extremelly well though as ive really ad them going with the promise of coming over with 20 000 pounds cash this of course fell through with my passport being delayed by a week so i naturally offered to wire it bank to bank they naturelly went along with it and i have their bank details and name which the police r coming to look at tomorow im also chasing another 1 at this moment and looking at her info that she gave me is how i came across this site ile post the emails that i have from the 1st scam when its finished and wot i told them to get their info ule all pusl lots of luck urs scamcatcher
gotta catch em all
_________________ gotta catch em all
r2d2 Master of Master Baiters
Joined: 19 Apr 2009
Location: in a galaxy far far away
Sun May 10, 2009 10:09 pm
welcome to you scamcatcher.
if you got details of a scammer bank account, send them to one of our moderators.
they have contacts with law enforcement and they are probably more effective than your local police.
but i think you should also read the advice here about baiting safely.
we recommend that you never bait a scammer who has your real name, contact details or bank info.
Scam Patroller Baiting Guru
Joined: 08 Jul 2004
Sun May 10, 2009 10:20 pm
@ Scamcatcher, welcome to the eater.
Please don't post duplicte topics, I have deleted your other identical topic which you posted in the publish your work here section, cheers.
Joined: 06 Jun 2008
Location: Rollin' rollin' rollin'
Sun May 10, 2009 10:38 pm
scamcatcher, hi and welcome to Eater!
We're glad to see you catch on quickly, but I would echo the above advice to bait safely. If these guys have your info, the best thing to do is drop all correspondence with them.
Then, read all the "stickies" - the threads at the beginning of each forum here. Pay special attention to the information in Eater University. Then go over to the thread where you can ask for a mentor to advise you one-on-one during your first few baits.
Also read lots of the published baits - they are useful for seeing how experienced baiters do it.
We can always use more baiters, but we want our baiters to be safe and legal.
_________________ i do not know you.you need to expanciate more - C0llins W3aver
those words really made me felt completely bad..and i had to dust my ass and wipe tears Micheal David
Stanley's Christmas Adventure 2008 - Lagos to Abuja - massbait
Joined: 18 Nov 2008
Location: Magnolia, Mississippi
Sun May 10, 2009 11:01 pm
Hi scamcatcher and welcome to Eater!
I am sorry to hear you were scammed, but glad to hear you didn't lose any money. However, if the scammers have your real life information, you need to make sure it is protected. I would suggest you go to your bank and make sure to let them know your information may have been compromised.
And you might want to go to our sister site ScamWarners to read up some more on the various types of scams.
Take your time, don't get into a hurry with baiting, and learn the tricks of the trade, so to speak.
And to my wonderful FB sweetie:
Can you please add Capitals, full stops, and paragraphs to your posts for easier reading next time?
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