Federal regulators recently accused Raleigh investment manager
William Wise of participating in an $80 million Ponzi scheme in which
clients were promised staggering returns but never had their money
invested, for instance.
March, authorities said the... Read More
Once you are familiar with lottery scam mails, you will find that they are so stupid. But this one is spectacular. 1) Crappy email address. He prefers to communicate with you via his UK no. with +442) Horrible English, e.g. there are many spelling mistakes. 3) They don’t... Read More
Think that you are smart? Think that you would never be scammed? According to Consumer Federation of America, about 33% of Americans are exposed to fake check scams, out of which1.3million were tricked and lost between $3,000 to $4,000. Fake check scams are normally used as part... Read More
JEFFERSON CITY – Many top universities offer online degrees, but the Web is also home to diploma mills. They disguise themselves as legitimate high schools and colleges, and make a profit by selling printed degrees and fake transcripts. Since January, six students have... Read More
An entire Connecticut town has found itself the target of phone scammers.
The calls started coming in Sunday night.
Police in Guilford, Connecticut believe
by the time they were done every land line telephone in the town of
22,000 residents received a call.... Read More
All the organization, names and lottery crap used in this email is fake. Please do not reply to this scam. —– Forwarded Message —-From: W.E.F <firstname.lastname@example.org>Sent: Friday, May 22, 2009 1:32:34 PMSubject: World Education Foundation FROM THE... Read More
Yeah, they are right, it is another anniversary of the famous scam. —–Attached—–From: MICROSOFT AND AOL WINNING NOTIFICATION Sent: Friday, May 22, 2009 3:50 PM Subject: MICROSOFT AND AOL WINNING NOTIFICATION 2009 ANNIVERSARY!!! Microsoft Award Team15... Read More
This email comes from Dalston Mill Fabric website! So, for once, is this job offer real? Nay… you will not be able to contact them by the email address below. And if you call them, they will provide you with another email address. The rest of the scam is just the same.... Read More
Everything is fake here, names, pictures, story. This is a 419 Scam. In most cases, they don’t use their real pictures. But even if they do, this is still a scam. —–Original Message—–From: Juliet Buba <email@example.com>Subject:... Read More
This is a traveling scammer. Do not reply to this idiot! ———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Dr. Toga Hussein <Hussein@delivering.com>
Subject: I AM AT JFK AIRPORT.
I am... Read More