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10 Ways To Identify A Scammer

Any email, phone call or message that starts with “Hello dear…”. Nobody calls you “dear”, let alone someone who doesn’t know you or just “friended” you. Yes, I know, probably the wife calls you that, but take it from me, unless you’re just back from your honeymoon, she’s probably out to scam you too if she says that.

Any offer of some major inheritance, some mega offer of some millions for a little tiny fee (especially coming from some particular continent). Obviously you’ll never get your “prize” and they’ll just rip you off their commission plus your bank details. Believe me, if someone really had some millions to dispose of, they wouldn’t be offering you the biggest cut.

Any young thing in over sexy clothes or way too beautiful to be after your aging looks, sending you a friend request is out to get you. Double points if “she” has only one pic and has just opened her profile the other day. Triple points if all her handful of “friends” happen to be rather a different race and gender, have unprounceable names, and are way out of league to the sexy beauty in the pic. Take it from me, you’re probably chatting with some ugly dude with hairy balls with a particular liking to your back accounts.

Any social “date” you just connected with who happens to be “serious”, wanting to hitch up with you in their first message, or are already declaring their unconditional love just by looking at your profile pic for 10 seconds flat. Double points if they are also “god-fearing” and have only “serious intentions”, yeah, now like seriously intending to rip you off. Yes I know, your pastor or worse, your priest is likely god-fearing too, but then again you should never trust a man wearing a skirt.

Any email or communication referring to an invoice, a transaction, a statement of an item you never bought, ordered, or transacted with is out to get you. Double points if there’s an attachment or a link to open. If you didn’t order it, no one is about to send you anything you didn’t pay for. Even if they did, wait till you actually get it before checking any correspondence. In case of doubt, never click links in dubious emails. Go back to your actual accounts and services, and check your online inbox there. If there’s any information message or communication from some supplier, it’s bound to be there.

Any get-rich-scheme that has pages and pages of text to go through with marketing videos, dubious testimonials, and half-price or incredible offers, or massive discounts. Double points if the offer is “one-time” and magically expires in 24hrs unless you take it. Believe me, if the scheme was that good, the creator or originator would have gotten rich off it and wouldn’t need to market dubious or “amazing” solutions to make a living. Triple points if the browser window pops up an additional last-minute-offer-you-can’t-refuse when you try to close it or navigate away.

Any U.S. “servicemen” or “woman” who just happens to be in service in Afghanistan or happens to be on a “peace-keeping” mission in some dubious southern continent and so happens to break military protocol and disclose their location and mission readily to the first internet stranger they come across. Always in exchange for some gift card or some help, of course. I mean, everybody loves to do his bit for love of God and country, right? If you have to help out find a retired homeless veteran and appease your conscience rather than your hard-earned savings.

Any customer support agent from “Microsoft”, “Amazon” or “Google” who so happens to have nothing to do as to call you to “help you out” with the software, hardware or system they didn’t even know you had. Believe me, if you had an issue and you needed customer support from any service provider, you are going to be the one chasing them, not the other way round. And when that happens, they’re going to drive you round the bend to actually admit you even have an issue, let alone be calling you themselves.

Any response from a supposed supplier of service provider you typically do business with, to send payments or wire transfer funds to a different bank account or different payment method or channel other than what you normally use. Always double check with the original source, ideally via a different communication channel to verify any dubious or unusual request however genuine it may appear. Most especially, never click links in such requests but go to the source provider’s official page and login or query there.

Basically, anything, anyone, any offer, any service, or any product that looks too good to be true, usually just is just that. If that person, item or service was that great, what are the chances you’re going to come across it just like that. Be realistic, nobody is going to go to lengths to help you out or offer you a golden or magical solution to your financial, emotional or physical needs and whims. If something was that appealing or incredible to start with, what are the chances someone is actual chasing you out of the blue to offer of to you? Nothing in life is presented on a silver platter and there’s nothing like a free lunch. Unless of course it is attached to a sharp hook at the end of a fishing line…


Profits from games of knowledge:

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they deactivated my affiliate account after payment request
their message: Our services and the affiliate program are not intended to promote counterfeiting in any form whatsoever.
they refuse to pay me after 3 years of working with them

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while 100% of their links shared on thousands of sites (movies, ebooks…) are counterfeit.

macos – What to do after a scammer took control of my mac?

A friend of mine called me in panic mode to tell me that “a message told her her computer was infected, and that she should call the phone number”. So did she. Apparently, a lady made her install Team Viewer and did stuff on her computer, during something like one hour. My friend is using a mac, but I have no idea which one. And I have no idea what the “support lady” did exactly. My apologies, as I don’t have much details.

I told her to:

  1. Disconnect the now most certainly infected mac from her network
  2. Stop using it until it has been completely reinstalled.

My question is : is there anything else than formatting and reinstalling that can reasonably be done in such case?

Warning! is a scammer, please refund money immediately.

Warning! is a scammer, please refund money immediately.
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propellerads is scammer.


Showing your ID is a part of a legal KYC procedure for European countries. KYC means “Know Your Customer”, find it in Google. We have permission to ask every customer to show his/her ID, just once (not just you). This is written in Publishers Agreement (every customer should agree with). If you want we can show you and all the forum members the exact part of the agreement. So that fact is not a surprise if you carefully read the agreement that you sign.

After we get your real ID we delete it and never ask for it again. We are not the only company following such a law. If the information in your PropellerAds account and on your ID is the same than we never have questions.

Thank you for understanding


fraud – How to report bitcoin wallet scammer?

i understand O wallet team scammer strategy . And all off Wallet team know about it , its not like hack or profiteers person , The team and CEO also should know , they lead people People who want to close their account after sending complaints and unsolicited emails many times,from the main website to another scammer team in the telegram and get personal information account for close account and get balance , and finally if u ask orginal web site they will tell people they are not in touch with you, but I recorded from all this step of directing you from the main site to the fake site,

❕NEWS – Twitter bitcoin scammer fined with $725,0 | NewProxyLists

The young teenager Twitter hacker has be charged to court and bail has be set at $725,000 .
It was also revealed that he had close to 300BTC in possession , which can amount to $3million .
This means that by selling few of his bitcoin , he can get himself bailed .

Scammer Alert – DignusData

Stay away from dignusdata. I just lost 19.99$.

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I should warn you guys from dealing with this scammer :

This guy just money hunger . I paid him more than $1500 for Google Drive advanced p2p tools 1 year ago .

but after only 2 weeks the plugin died after Google detected it . so he promised me to fix it

but it was only false promises . Then after 3 months he said use this basic stream tool until I found new solution . then He gave me very stupid tool to use . and I used it to see how it goes . And the result it was very bad streaming tool and also died only after few days !!!

I talked to him again he said it dies I will try fix it . I told him then give any compensation tool he said you need to pay for that at least more $800 usd

What a asshole . so I decided not to work with this scammer anymore . all he cares about is money .

not just me even 4 friends I know was his costumer and they all said this vanlong asshole once he receive the money he never help and keep asking for more money

so we should spread the word so no one pay for this trash vanlong

I also sent reports to Google drive and photos support team so they will block any plugin he sell to stream . I will keep reporting to all streaming hosts he used so they all block him . so all his plugins will die soon no need to pay to this guy anymore

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