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    [email protected] tried to scam me out of a laptop I was selling on ebay: with fake payment emails from Paypal and account details from ebay. Hi Dear, I hope this letter finds you well. I forgot to thank you for your kind complements towards me which makes me such an obnoxious person. Am very sorry for any inconvenience i have cause you, Please accept my heartfelt apologies for that. i have made the mistake please try and assist in anyway you prefer , Paypal has already deducted the money from my account, please once again am very sorry for all that is happening now. help me out PayPal will credit you once it is done. and that email is a verified PayPal email Regards details are: [email protected] Name: Jason Samuel,Address: 20, Alves Street,Ijeshatedo,Aguda,Surulere,State: Lagos, Zipcode: 23401Country: Nigeria.+2348179378467. Have fun!!!
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    [email protected], (+221766302570)THE NAME OF TRANSFER MANAGER IS Mr.Simon Ridley. FOREIGN OPERATIONS & INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE DEPT. Bank Name: STANDARD BANK PLC. Email: ( [email protected] ) Telephone number: +44-7967-818-295 DEPOSITOR NAME: DR.Ahmed Bagana Passport number: A0160114. Account number: GB/IO/4505/27883502-511. Amount deposited: 3.5 Million Us Dollars Swift code ; AFT877 Deposit Code ; AT78 The next king is Katherine Bagana
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    That sounds about right but you'll notice when it's time. Get them 'off script' before you try anything - again, you'll notice when they are. Scammers will usually start off by using a set of scripted responses with you, so it's worth asking questions or saying something that would require a custom answer. If they reply with some generic scripted response, ask the questions again! Don't be afraid to get impatient with them and ask why they're ignoring you - e.g. with your current bait! You could try to find a reason for not proceeding with them (that's where fake churches help - scammers need to join before going further!). You could also ask why they need that information and how they can prove it's stored securely. Your grandpa idea sounds promising, hope it works!
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    I can't find an alternative unfortunately
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    How does this scam work? What type of scam is this? Will they send money to a bank account if someone provides one? Will the money be stolen? How should I bait the scammer? Return-Path: [email protected] Received: from mip.hushmail.com (LHLO smtp1.hushmail.com) (65.39.178.78) by server with LMTP; Tue, 31 Mar 2015 13:46:12 +0000 (UTC) Received: from smtp1.hushmail.com (localhost [127.0.0.1]) by smtp1.hushmail.com (Postfix) with SMTP id 40EB6402CE for <>; Tue, 31 Mar 2015 13:46:12 +0000 (UTC) X-Hush-Verified-Domain: outlook.com X-Hush-Real-Recipient: X-hush-tls-connected: 1 Received: from BAY004-OMC4S7.hotmail.com (bay004-omc4s7.hotmail.com [65.54.190.209]) (using TLSv1.2 with cipher AES256-SHA256 (256/256 bits)) (No client certificate requested) by smtp1.hushmail.com (Postfix) with ESMTPS for <>; Tue, 31 Mar 2015 13:46:10 +0000 (UTC) Received: from BAY181-W44 ([65.54.190.200]) by BAY004-OMC4S7.hotmail.com over TLS secured channel with Microsoft SMTPSVC(7.5.7601.22751); Tue, 31 Mar 2015 06:46:10 -0700 X-TMN: [Qo0cxhA7bs+em25TmICsj4+fo1eaV6up] X-Originating-Email: [[email protected]] Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_3cccacbd-457a-4578-b86b-598db4456739_" From: Marie Spaulding <[email protected]> To: Jay <> Subject: RE: Receptionist Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2015 13:46:10 +0000 Importance: Normal In-Reply-To: <[email protected]> References: <[email protected]> <[email protected]> ,<[email protected]> <[email protected]>,<[email protected]> MIME-Version: 1.0 X-OriginalArrivalTime: 31 Mar 2015 13:46:10.0743 (UTC) FILETIME=[0BF45C70:01D06BB9] How are you doing REP ID:# **MAR2015/PA** ? I wish to congratulate you on the new job, we had to verify all the information you provided. I hope i will have your 100 % loyalty and co-operation. Your quick response to e-mails and effectiveness will be required and you will be receiving your first assignment very soon. You will be emailed with detailed instructions, I have been checking my files and what i would want you to do for me this week is to run some errands out to some of the Foster Homes, I do that every month and mostly during festive period. I have some lists to email, you will make some arrangements by buying some stuff for the kids in the Foster Homes at any nearest store around you so you can mail them out and i will make payment arrangement for you. Please note that your payment for every assignment would be provided upfront so you don't have to spend any of your money while working for us. You shall also be provided with further instructions. I am glad to Inform you that we are going to make a direct deposit into your Bank Account for the processing of your First Assignment Task soon, you are to email me back with the following details below as soon as possible. Account Name:_______________ Bank Name:__________________ Account Number:______________ Routing Number:_______________ Personal savings: Yes/No _______________ Personal Checking: Yes/No_______________ Upon the receipt of the details, deposits will be made to the details above and will be post on the same day or next day which depends on the banks policy. Once again I want to use this medium to remind you that this first task would be used to evaluate your ability. However, I will arrange a meeting to see you in person on the 24TH of April, Let me know if you will be available to meet and I will get back to you with a location to meet. I want you to be rest assured that I'll never stress you at all in any task given to you and i promise to pay your fees weekly as we both agreed. I look forward to filling your dreams in timely manner, i will give you a call as soon as your first assignment payment has been sent out to you, i hope i will have your 100% trust and sincerity towards your first assignment as soon as payment is made out to you. I will be waiting to read back from you so as to send your first assignment instructions. From this point your maximum attention will be required, so i will urge you to tighten up your relationship with your email. Make sure you check your email 2-3 times daily. You are to adhere strictly to the Company's Code of Conduct and Privacy Policy that is you are to dress properly like you are in an office environment whenever handling your first assignment. Please email back to confirm you have received this email, This is your Representative Number ID:# **MAR2015/PA** and should be included in any email you send or receive. I await your urgent response. Take good care of yourself and have a blessed day Regards, Marie Spaulding
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    By the way, how come a picture of my dream catamaran, the Gunboat 48 'Hammer' appeared next to this box on its own initiative?
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    Santa Rosa Press Gazette One ring scam affecting MainersWLBZ-TV The Better Business Bureau and Federal Trade Commission recently issued warnings about a one ring cell phone scam circulating around the country. It's a scam that is affecting people here in Maine. We asked NEWS CENTER fans on Facebook if they had ... Caribbean calls scam cellphone usersThe Spokesman Review Officials warn of 'one-ring' phone scamsHeraldNet Hang up on the "ring once" phone scamKOMO News Southwest Florida (blog) -Q13 FOX -Santa Rosa Press Gazette all 13 news articles » View the full article
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    The 'more reply options' gives a preview at the top when clicked, so it only takes one click to show your post preview, no way to make it quicker than that! The text editor is a 'what-you-see-is-what-you-get' editor, so when you type a reply what you see is usually exactly how it will appear when posted. So think of it as an instant preview!
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    How to create a blog Visit http://www.thescambaiter.com/forum/index.php?/blogs/ Click 'create a new blog' Accept the terms (we didn't type those!) Enter the blog's name and (if you want) the description (type will most likely be 'local') Choose your settings Uncheck 'allow guests to view your blog' to put it behind a login (to stop Google etc finding it, for example) You might want to set 'default status of new entries' to 'public', otherwise anything you type and save will not appear until you publish it which might confuse! Click the 'editors' tab if you want to allow any other members to post to your blog and edit and delete blog entries You most likely won't need to touch the 'blog sharing' and 'advanced settings' tabs Click save Now, select the blog and you'll see buttons at the top 'Add blocks' lets you add things to your blog's front page, like a photo, a tag cloud, a search box, or a list of categories in your blog 'Add entry' is what you'll click to blog something How to add blog posts When you click 'add entry' you can choose the 'entry image' - this is the image that'll be displayed next to your blog post. 'Entry album' lets you choose what album you want to display with the blog post. You can choose a category on the right of the page, it will also let you make categories. At the top of the blog post, the contents of the album will be displayed as icons. The entry image will be displayed at the top left of the blog post, larger than the album icons.
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    sandbox is closed
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    Couple lose life savings in sophisticated scamThe Spokesman Review Penny Wasser looks at the extensive documentation she has assembled in the wake of the massive fraud that targeted her and husband Marvin, right, on May 22. The retired couple lost nearly $500,000 to a scheme that left them temporarily unable to pay ... and more » View the full article
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    I have started several good baits using the info provided by the excellant search engine Rev Moe provided for this site. Just pick one that is so absurd you know you're in for a good time! I also seem to be getting more totally ridiculous offers in my RL spam. Not to mention that sometimes your lad will come back for more!
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    http://scambaitingtools.com/MOAG/generators/index.php
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    Different types of scam 1. The investment scam 2. Fund transfer from bank 3. Account change phishing scam 4. The ATM card scam 5. The cheque courier scam 6. The next-of-kin scam 7. The lottery scam 8. The UN poverty compensation scam 9. The lottery-winner-sharing-prize scam 10. The dying-widow-with-a-fortune scam 11. The soldier-with-a-consignment scam 12. Your funds have been discovered 13. Fake job offer 14. The fake secure mail phishing scam 15. The combined romance and inheritance scam 16. The scam victim compensation scam 17. The donation request scam 18. The loan scam 19. The fake payment commission scam 20. The fake document phishing scam 21. The sweetheart/romance scam 22. The gold/diamond scam 23. The fake bank form scam 24. The fake order scam 25. The trunk box scam 26. The refugee scam 27. The FBI blackmail scam 28. The stranded-on-holiday scam - typically sent from hacked email accounts to the account's contacts 29. The mystery shopper scam 30. Pet adoption/selling scam
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