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bubbbarock
11-04-2005, 01:21 PM
Hey, I recently had a little fun. I know it is a little underhanded but, I got pretty sick of reading about the poor folks that had sent money to these people only to have the funds fall deep into the scamer's abyss!

I started by getting an email for one of the scammers. Sent her an email and then proceeded along until she "fell in love with me"

When she asked for money, I said sure adn even offered to send a little extra to make sure that she would be ok and have enough for extras.

I took a western union receipt that I found from google images and altered it with the name I was using and the amount we discussed and of course the curent date. I put the recipient's name in there with a couple of letters changed.

She went to get her transfer and of course there was nothing for her. SHe emailed me asking for the transfer number. I gave her the one off the one I made. She went again to collect and still nothing. She emailed me again saying I was lying. So I sent her the fake receipt I made asking her how she could talk to me that way she did. She emailed back saying she was so sorry and that it was the bank who said I was lying. Now, the couple of letters I purposely did wrong on the receipt, made her think that it was the small mistakes in her name that casued them to say there was no transfer for her. So, off to the bank she went for a fifth time thinking for sure she would have the $$$ now! Again, nothing. I told her I was upset at the way she called me a liar and I cancelled the transfer. Now she is tying to love it up again. This one is not over yet, still having some fun with it. At the very least, I have had her running all over the place trying to find her money.

Again, I know it's not a nice thing, but, I figured it was time for the shoe to be on the other foot!

If anyone would like to play too, just let me know the details of what you would like on the receipt and I will be glad to make you one and email it out.

My email is: dont_like_dishonesty@hotmail.com

I have never been scammed like this so, I can't feel your pain but, I know it must be a disheartening experience. Perhaps some of you would like to have a little fun and scam the scammer! Let me know.

Take care,
Mike.

nick20045
11-04-2005, 02:09 PM
did you have to paste same post in every section!!!!! once a post is made members get a mail.

p.s. nothing new. check other posts. i did one where she went and she even got the police to arrest the internet cafe owner to question him about possible key logging programs on the pcs etc etc. she thought somebody had accessed her e mail account and took the information and stole the money. my western union page says "Status: Picked up". :D:D:D

to all russian scammers: i am somewhat of a bullshi*ter myself but i do like to listen to a professional. please carry on

nick20045
11-04-2005, 02:09 PM
did you have to paste same post in every section!!!!! once a post is made members get a mail.

p.s. nothing new. check other posts. i did one where she went and she even got the police to arrest the internet cafe owner to question him about possible key logging programs on the pcs etc etc. she thought somebody had accessed her e mail account and took the information and stole the money. my western union page says "Status: Picked up". :D:D:D

to all russian scammers: i am somewhat of a bullshi*ter myself but i do like to listen to a professional. please carry on

bubbbarock
11-04-2005, 03:23 PM
Sorry about that, I was not aware about the email. I just felt bad for some of the people.

Cool about your retribution on the scamming community.

Does 5 !'s mean that it's extra exclamatory? [8D]

Well done amigo!

bubbbarock
11-04-2005, 03:23 PM
Sorry about that, I was not aware about the email. I just felt bad for some of the people.

Cool about your retribution on the scamming community.

Does 5 !'s mean that it's extra exclamatory? [8D]

Well done amigo!

bubbbarock
11-04-2005, 03:28 PM
I must admit, it was kind of fun. It could turn into a hobby:D

bubbbarock
11-04-2005, 03:28 PM
I must admit, it was kind of fun. It could turn into a hobby:D

dave3559
12-05-2006, 08:46 AM
Hey Mark. I seem to be a magnet for cons'. I guess it's my wheelchair again, as in most of the assholes I meet walking down the street. I am just learning about this IP address stuff. But I wonder if if these people aren't rich enough to own they would have to go to our Internet Cafe. So if I see (the bat) as I have in water to of these e-mail's that I know are coming from an Internet Cafe. I guess I'll just have to play out. But then again when they do tell you they're not rich enough to afford A Visa and a plane ticket. How do we verify that? I've gotten at least three e-mail's from girls said that they had someone running them around. And one said she even talked to a guy for four months before she pack everything up to go to the airport where ticket was to be waiting. So my first thought in writing to was, how sure were you that she was a con and send her running around? So are Unfortunately it gets back to if she says she's where the IP address says she's from its still leave you wondering? And maybe you can explain what this means.
X-Originating-IP: [67.15.229.9]
Return-Path:
Authentication-Results: mta201.mail.mud.yahoo.com from=mail.ru; domainkeys=neutral (no sig)
Received: from 67.15.229.9 (HELO mail2.secureserver50.com) (67.15.229.9) by mta201.mail.mud.yahoo.com with SMTP; Mon, 04 Dec 2006 06:55:23 -0800
Received: (qmail 29801 invoked by uid 399); 4 Dec 2006 14:55:20 -0000
Received: from unknown (HELO ?172.16.11.15?) (195.5.125.3) by web2.secureserver50.com with SMTP; 4 Dec 2006 14:55:20 -0000

ScamBuster1959
12-09-2006, 11:36 PM
Hi Dave
That header shows IP Adress from Ukraine.. Don't send money Dude.

ScamBuster - Canada