_This ATM Card scam is the usual fare, the scammer is just pretending to be someone new - U.S. Vice President Joe Biden! ROFLMFAO! This entry is linked here, in the upper left hand corner. There are three ATM "skimming" videos here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated, and Merry Christmas, or Happy-Whatever-You-Celebrate, everyone.
Fortunately for us, about 99 percent of these scammers have the IQ of a grapefruit. You have to figure that even they can perform simple subtraction, but I guess you just never know for sure. Apparently, all of these scams are simply just cut and paste, with maybe a bit of name changing, and that's about it. How do I know? Check this out. This "Mr. Ross" claims he will send you your "ATM Card" or "Cashier's Check" for a fee of $150.99 by courier. In the real world, such charges never have any "retail price;" it is always a "delivery charge." Nevertheless, he says the "actual courier retail price" is $450.99. Do some real quick math in your head and you will come up with a difference of $300, but Mr. Ross says you get a "savings" of only $70. That's how I know, and like I said, "grapefruit" LOL. This entry is located here in the upper left hand corner, and there are some ATM card skimming videos here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
Wow, I haven't posted in a week. I'm getting lazy LOL. Here's another interesting banking / ATM Card scam. This one claims to come from some sort of company in Taiwan, which it didn't, of course. You don't even need to use Google Translate to ascertain that. They want you to respond to a John Mercury, at an e-mail address @chasebank-ny.com, which attempts to make this scam look real. In looking it up on Google, I also ran across another domain, where they also wanted you to respond to a John Mercury @chasebank-ebanking.com, a domain which no longer exists. I wonder why LOL. The chasebank-ny.com domain had to be paid for, there's no question about that, as did the other. But if you go to the active website, it says "VistaPrint: Make an impression. Website [sic] are FREE at vistaprint.com/ websites. Create Your Website in Minutes." It very obviously has nothing to do with JP Morgan Chase at all. Then if you go to the VistaPrint site, you can see that they offer to host websites with a month long free trial. This is a good way for VistaPrint to promote their business cards, but scammers are taking advantage of the trial offer in an attempt to scam us. This entry will be linked here in the upper left for awhile, and there are some ATM Card "skimming" videos located here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
We're disappointed that these guys can't be more original, and come up with their own scams, but it appears that they just copy and paste. Sometimes they mess up on pronouns and call Jennifer "him," for example. This one's just another rehash of the old "United Nations ATM Card." We call these "BS" cards or "BS SCAM" cards, because they don't exist, and they never do. This one claims that the scammers have $5.2 million for you, and they want to send you a BS Card. If these things were really true we'd have been trillionaires by now LOL. This entry was made here in the upper right hand corner, and here are some ATM Card "Skimming" videos, which is a real problem today. Carefully examine the ATM machine you put your card into, because it could have a skimmer attached! That goes for any ATM card reader, including at the fuel pump. Watch the videos, a total of about ten minutes, and you'll see what we mean. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
Today's entry is linked here, under "Scam Victim Payment Notification 2011," in the upper left hand corner, which is another ATM Card compensation scam. You've seen them before. Someone has millions of dollars for you that doesn't exist, and they want to send it to you on an ATM card. Don't respond to these, either. All of them are just scams.
However, we want to direct people's attention most of all to the problem of ATM card skimming, in which thieves steal your card's information. In the first video, ADT recognizes the problem and is now helping the City of Boca Raton. Many more of ADT's new security devices are due to be installed, but until then, ATM card skimming is a serious problem. There are two more videos about it linked here, below the first. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
Spam that "informs" you that there is some "ATM Card in your name" that "contains millions of dollars" is always a scam. The "money" does not exist, it never does, and there are no exceptions, ever. We always refer to the "ATM" Card as a "BS" Card, or an "ATM Master" Card as a "BS Scam" Card. They will always tell you that it is "confirmable," they always want you to wire them some "fee" by Western Union, they always tell you how "urgent" it is that you do so, and there is always some "expiration date." They claim all of this so you won't take too long to think about what's really going on: They're trying to steal from you, and they will never send you anything. This entry is linked here in the upper left (next to the flashing "ATM Welcome Center" LOL), and a listing of top ten scam videos is here. Watch the "Judge Judy" vid! You'll love it! Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
Here's another scam that's supposedly from President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria, spamming me personally because he is so deeply concerned with my very own personal finances here in North America LOL. This one included the Nigerian Coat of Arms along with a picture of himself, to the left. It is not from him, of course. Scammers just love to pretend to be world leaders, some sort of "official," or they like to pretend to be related to someone important, such as Moammar Ghaddifi, the Pope, or the Dalai Lama, in order to "gain your confidence." Just like all the other scams, though, these are never real, either, and as always, they want you to respond to a free e-mail address. See this entry in the upper right of this page, below the Amazon books, and there are a couple of 419 videos located here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
Yes, good news if you run away, that is.
You guys have to see this for yourselves, I could not have made this one up. OK, well, I could have, but I didn't. Honest! (No, really, I didn't LOL). It involves a scrolling, fuzzy green "WELCOME" sign, along with a multi-colored "ATM PAYMENT CENTER." I kid you not. See it for yourselves, in the top right of this page. And oh, if you guys want some backlinks, feel free to comment, but they have to be on topic. No unrelated website links with sports gear or whatever. I think Weebly blog comments are "DoFollow" but I could be wrong. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
Oh, let's see. These 419 scams can get kinda complicated. Certain "stalkholders" of the IMF and other international organizations have gotten together at the White House with the President in order to "set off all payments owed to foreign beneficiaries," and guess what! You're one of them! LOL! Click Here for more of these scam samples, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
This scammer doesn't even say which group he's with, if any, and yet he apparently has some sort of "working relationship" with the Nigerian government and its central bank LOL. All he wants you to pay attention to is that he has an $850,000 ATM card in your name, which does not exist, of course. In these 419 ATM Card Scams, I like to refer to the "ATM Card" as the "BS Card." For more of these scam samples, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter. Thank You.
My name is Gary, and I live in the Midwestern United States. This site is intended to expose the frauds and scams that are so pervasive on the internet, especially today. One hundred per- cent of the e-mails you get that promise you millions are never, ever real. They'll tell you they're "dying," trying to gain your sympathy. They're not dying, they're lying. Click Here for the "Dying" scams. Don't fall for it, and never send them any money, no matter what they tell you. Oh, and good luck hacking this website. It's got a nice strong password on it.