<Sigh> It's still the same old song and dance here; there's not much that's original or different. I guess these guys continue to keep this stuff up because they're successful at it. It's my hope that new internet users today won't have to learn the hard way that there's no such thing as free money. This scammer is not an accountant, of course, nor does "Michael" have anything to do with the South African Reserve Bank. If you'd like to have some fun, you can scambait such scammers, but I recommend you do it with a disposable e-mail address. That way, you can simply get rid of it when the spam starts rolling in. This entry is located here, in the upper right hand corner. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you.
These scammers must be getting really desperate for money. Just look at all the purdy pitchers in this scam-mail! This is just another Nigerian 419 "United Nations" scam, but they're trying too hard to make it look legitimate. I'm not even sure who this "Dr. Peter Well" is. The claim is that he's the "West African UN Secretary," but there doesn't seem to be any information about him on the internet, other than on other websites that list this scam. This is the first I've seen of it.
Well, if you get this one, you can delete it, or you can scambait the scammers. I like the latter, but I'm actually not very good at it. The idea is to keep them bugging you until they give up. Use your imagination; just don't send them any money. That way, while they're bothering you, they won't be trying to scam anyone else. This entry is linked here, near the top of the page, with a banner that says "Main Bodies." Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you!
Wow, just have a look at this beautiful piece of scammery, with all the "hotel jobs" that are supposedly available! Maybe they really are, but I don't live in the UK, so I'm not going to call them. This is another job scam, of course, but I just couldn't take a pass on this one. Are we sorry we're messing this up for this scammer, with all that hard work? Not at all! First off, s/he got the website address wrong, which is here. Then, as always, s/he wants us to contact him (or her) at a free e-mail address. You have to give this one credit, though, because it took a fair bit of work to put it together, and we admire that! This entry is located here, in the upper right hand corner, and there are some job scam videos here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
Oh good, here's a nice, fresh "dying" scam. I hadn't seen it yet, so I'm assuming that someone made it up pretty recently. Notice all the usual spelling and grammar errors, but don't help them. Let them figure English out on their own.
First off, the real Mrs. Christy Walton isn't very much older than I am. Second, this ridiculous scammer doesn't know very much about how many of her family are behind her, waiting to claim her estate, left to her by her late husband. Notice how much the scammer emphasizes the word "charity." I suspect that unless it's in Christy's will, charity will get very little of it whenever she does die, which hopefully, will not be for a good long while yet. This entry is linked here, in the upper right hand corner, and there's a video here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you!
_Here are a couple of interesting entries from the "Dept of Homeland Security" LOL. One says the New York Police Dept is holding onto a "consignment box" that's filled with U.S. dollars, and another says you have an "ATM card" that's currently in Memphis, TN. The Federal Express tracking number given by the scammer for that one is real, but the package could contain most anything that weighs less than 70 pounds. It was sent from Lagos, Nigeria earlier in 2011, and is currently on its way to Austin, TX, as of today, December 31. Don't ever fall for this stuff. There is no "consignment box," and there is no "ATM card." They just want to steal your money. These entries are both linked here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you, and a happy and prosperous 2012.
Hallelujah, Brothers and Sisters! Merry Christmas, and a happy, prosperous new year! Our church is at this website, but we are using free e-mail addresses anyway! Please donate to help us build our church, and here are some testimonials to ease your suspicions! This is not a scam, oh no! God Blesses You as you head on down to Western Union with your charitable and generous contribution!
Sincerely, Reverend John God'swill
ROFLMFAO. This is just another scam, and it's actually the first "donation" scam that I've seen in quite awhile. Don't fall for this crap. This entry is linked here, in the upper left hand corner. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You, and Happy New Year.
_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.
_As far as compensation scams go, this one is the same old song and dance, but with yet another story. This scammer just picked on someone else to impersonate, a Justice Emmanuel Ayoola, who is a former Commissioner of Nigeria's Anti-Fraud Unit, the ICPC. Its website is located here. The current acting chairman is a Mr. Alhaji Bako Abdullahi, pictured to the left, at this link. This entry is linked here, and there are a couple of fun games here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
This is not from Career
Builder, it's just a scam
_Here's something new. Just like the bank phishing scams, it looks real, but it isn't. If you are looking for a job, as I am, and have your resume posted on a job board, you've probably seen spam offering you a pretty lucrative employment opportunity. This one is supposedly from a job poster who saw your resume on Career Builder, but it never is. They never call you by name, because it's gone out to many other people as well, and as always, they want you to reply to a free e-mail address. No company name is given, and it says only that it is from the "hiring department," with no name provided there, either. It's all about working just a few hours a week for great pay and good bennies. Similar to mystery shopping scams, these are never real; don't fall for it. This entry is posted here, and there are a couple of fun games here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Happy Thanksgiving, and 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.