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I did kill a site for a few victims of one of these over at Scamwarners, but beyond that I've not had any experience with them.
I can see this being one of those hard-to-bait scams like lads selling fake hacking tools to each other - I can't really think of any special modalities for it. Depending on their methods you might get some bank accounts out of it though.
As I always tell my mentees when they ask me if something is possible: there's one way to find out
"Having acknowledge your email with the content well noted and understood,see we have had enough off this shit from you." --Lamido Sanusi
"i want to scam you ! please understand . i am scamer !" --a scamer
"shit happens. but there's always a silver lining" --Slightly
MidlandBlue2010 Not quite a Newb
Joined: 03 Sep 2010
Sun Sep 19, 2010 1:14 pm
I'm just guessing, but I reckon that they would be fairly sophisticated operations, and would probably do most it on the phone and use credit/debit cards for payments.
I wouldn't mind a crack though and would be very satisfying to cause them some pain.
Boiler rooms, whilst dodgy,are not our raison d'etre. As such this discussion is not going to go anywhere.
FWIW I think they tend to call their customers/victims* by telephone. Baiting them is going to be pretty difficult as they tend to use "sucker lists". If you're name isn't on the list you ain't going to get a call.
You will rot in jail.watch your back- any shadow could be mine ! YOU ARE VERY EASY TO TRACK IN YOU NEIGHBOURHOOD ! DRUNKARD AND A SCUMBAG LIKE YOU!
mike lawrence (cheque scammer)
Go fuck your dead parents asshole!!!How can a deaf fool make clean money..The money that you have will never be spent on anything reasonable.
So fuck off..dont reply me again until the cops get your stinking ass...
Lyord Melson- cheque scammer
$4.002million and £214K in fake cheques taken out of circulation. (updated May 2009)
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