5 edition of Filbert"s Fast Guide to Getting Published Without Falling For Scams, Hooks, Lines, or Sinkers found in the catalog.
August 15, 2006
by Filbert Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Not every scambaiting attempt ends in success - in fact, only a fairly small proportion of the scammers I mess with ever end up featured in videos here. So here's a small selection of some. THE SCAM BAITER Wayne May, 48 Founder of Scam Survivors, Swansea, Wales The Scam A common online grift is to tell someone you have money for them, but your records show they’re dead. All they need to do to collect their riches is pay you a fee to fix the mistake. I started off in , just looking around on the internet one evening for something funny, when I stumbled into something called.
Even as authorities try to stamp out that con and other e-mail and online scams, scammers are getting more wily and finding new loopholes to exploit. The vast majority of e-mail is spam and an. It is the classical overpayment scam. I remember a couple years ago, after one scammer sent me the fake check, all of the sudden, three different (3) scammers claimed the money. Hilarious! As I mentioned numerous times, the scammer industry plays the numbers. If less than 1% of recipients fall for the scam, the scammers get a hefty amount.
The IRS web site has some good information on how to report phishing and online scams. See for alerts, as well. Consumers also can file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at. 10 Most Popular Scams To Not Fall For 1 – Nigerian Emergency Scam This is the most popular scams one mainly because it is very prevalent in online dating sites, where the Nigerian citizen will pose as a Canadian, Australian, or US citizen (which is very easy to do in the online community).
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You can also call also call FTC-HELP. If you have a scam story to share, email Kyle Jordan at [email protected]