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Good luck with that as I've tried at least 4 different scammers and no one seems to take the bait. Maybe I'm unemployable!
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Branwen It's fair
Joined: 18 Oct 2008
Location: Down on the (Playmobil) farm
Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:30 pm
I'm so sorry to hear about your friend.
Employment scammers will often target people who have their details and résumé posted on a jobseeking website. In order to bait these, you would need to have your baiting character registered on one (or many) of these sites, but advertising themself in such in a way that no real employer would ever be interested. As mentioned above, a mentor could help you with doing this, and help you also with confirming that the person contacting your character is indeed a scammer.
Some employment scammers advertise their fake jobs on job listing websites. These can be recognised by experienced baiters, but may be more difficult to spot by those who are unfamiliar with these scams.
Employment scams can often be very efficient, demanding a payment within a few emails, and lacking patience with anyone who does not comply. To bait them well, therefore, it is useful to be prepared, to have knowledge about ways of convincingly delaying payment, and to have experience of other 'quick' and demanding scams. I would recommend the following:
- Read the 'Payment Delaying Modalities' tutorial in Eater University, here:
- Practice straight baiting and payment delaying with any lads from the Surplus forum, and with guidance from a mentor.
- Practice the above with the fast/impatient types of scam: definitely a Lotto lad and a Loan lad; and maybe a Sengalese Refugee lad as well.
- Then use all your experience to target the Employment lads.
It is certainly worth doing; they can be very successful in their deceptions, and because they frequent the job sites, often we can miss them out when wasting lads' time and distracting them from real victims like your friend.
It is your first time to use western union so therefore none can blame you. It is always like this at the first experience. - Yes lad, and at the second, and the third... you'll see.
I don't want to guess the number - But, lad, isn't that the best fun to be had with MoneyGram reference numbers?
Vampiremerchant Terrible Joker
Joined: 01 Nov 2009
Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:45 pm
I agree, just the other day I got an email to my RF addy, I am signed up to a site called UK Staff Search.
It was obviously a scam so I contacted them and received this back from them within a day
Thank you for notifying us about this job, it has now been removed from the site.
So they seem to act quite quickly when you tell them, now what we need to do is get them to vet the damn things before, they let them post
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