This persistent, scamming little butthead has a big ego and a lot of nerve. He's attempting to get what he wants through sheer intimidation. If we don't respond, he's threatening to have our bank accounts closed by our cities' mayors, and also to cause us to lose our jobs wherever we work. Of course, he has no idea where we live or work whatsoever, and his threats are meaningless.
Further "threats" continue afterward, such as jailing us for life and having our properties confiscated, then by trying to "shame" us because our families would supposely know that we are "wanted" by the FBI. If we would only comply and respond, all our "problems" can be "solved" with a $98 fee made through Western Union LOL. This entry is linked here, and there are some Nigerian 419 scam videos located here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
This is not only arrogant, it's also quite ignorant and ridiculous. This scammer must be quite young if he doesn't even know who Walt Disney was. The first thing wrong with this is that he is also apparently suffering from multiple personality disorder. He claims to be Disney, and of course everyone in most parts of the world knows who he was. He died over 45 years ago. Then he goes on to claim that he's a "special FBI agent" named "John Edward," then signs his name as Disney again. He also claims that you have $5.7 million in your name, that you'll need some other "legal documents" to make the claim, and if you don't do so within 72 hours, you'll be subject to "legal action." He goes into a paragraph or so to convince you that he's with the FBI, which he isn't, of course. To get these "documents," you'll have to put out some money, which he will keep and otherwise just spend it. You'll never see a dime, because the money doesn't exist. It never does. This posting is linked here just below the Amazon books, and a listing of Top Ten scams is here, from YouTube. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
Hello everyone, I've been busy for a few days. I should be able to make an entry or two every other day or so. I guess the upside is that I'll have no shortage of scam materials to process.
These scammers are pretending to be Robert Mueller, Director of the FBI, and try to go to great lengths to convince you that they are. I'm sure you've seen many of them. Rest assured, they are not real. The FBI does not contact anyone by e-mail.
First of all, it was e-mailed through someone's ISP in Uruguay, which shares Brazil's southern border. They say that $8.3 million is to "bee delivery to your address." The name they have on the "fund" is: and then they don't say who it is. Just aside from wanting you to reply to a free e-mail address, there are way too many things wrong with their spelling and grammar. Don't help them though. Let them figure English out on their own. If you don't want to scambait them, just trash it. You can see more "Robert Mueller FBI" scam samples by Clicking Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
"Shawn Henry with the FBI advises" you to go ahead and pay a "Katherine Luby" USD$450.00 for a "legal clearance document." Katherine is to "process the document" for you as soon as you provide him with the $450. You'll notice the pronoun problem. Don't help the scammers with their English; let them figure it out on their own. They go on to say that you must "clear the document" by April 4, or else "the FBI" will charge you with money laundering. Yes, do not take too long to figure out that this is a scam LOL. The scammers "guarantee" that the "funds" will be "released" on "confirmation" of the "document." These scammers have the nerve to say that they are only being careful, because "crime is a serious problem in our community today." ROFLMFAO. Click Here for more ridiculous scammer stories, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
"Farida Waziri" with the "Nigerian EFCC" is back at it again, or at least the scammers pretending to be her are. These guys are very desperate to have you believe that they really are "affiliated" with the EFCC, the FBI, the CIA, and other government agencies. They of course are not. They claim you were supposed to be "paid" $9.5 million last year. "Fraudulent criminals" prevented you from getting it, though, and they say they will have you "arrested" if you give them anymore money. Now they claim that they are the ones who have the money, and they want to "arrest the fraudulent criminals." They also claim that they can get you your "fund," but you must keep it secret until you get it. You must never contact this "bad York's of eggs anymore." ROFLMFAO. Click Here for more silly 419 FBI scams. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
First of all, the real FBI doesn't e-mail anyone, at least not us "peons," anyway. "John Will" wants you to believe very much that he's with the "FBI." They've been in a "series of meetings" with the "UN secretary general" and the "Nigerian President" for "seven months," and it's been "decided" that you're "owed" a "fund" of USD$850,000. Then "John" asks how would you like your "funds," by check or by ATM card? You can get either one, but if you hurry, you'll save $240, and pay "only" $135 instead! What a deal! LOL! Of course, if you send them any money at all, you'll never see anything. They even have a "24 hour guarantee." If you don't get your "funds" by then, you can call them for a refund, but of course there won't be any refund. It will be an "excuse" why you didn't get your "fund," and it will cost additional fees. This repeats over and over until you catch on, or until you're out of money. This is the classic Nigerian 419 advance fee fraud. It can be very expensive, and it's very dangerous. Don't fly over there looking for nonexistent cash, because people have been killed for this before. Click Here for more FBI scam stories. The "Robert Mueller" scams are very popular too. Click Here. Follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
Technically these are Nigerian 419 scams, but they're so numerous that they deserve their own subsection. Someone from "the FBI" is contacting you by e-mail, saying that you have a "transaction" going on with Nigeria's central bank. The "FBI" tells you it's "legitimate," and here's what you need to do to get the money that doesn't exist, of course. And to top it off, they're fraudulently signed by some FBI "official," up to and including Robert Mueller, the Director. No one in government contacts anyone by e-mail, ever, unless you contact them first. Even then, you will most likely be ignored. Click Here for more "Robert Mueller" scams, I've got tons.
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.