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  1. #21

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    got yoshkar ola on neotrace to

  2. #22
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    correct. yoshkar ola.

    NO i am NOT saying if there is the bat it is a scam. i am saying (and most on here i think will agree with me) if she uses the bat, be extra careful.



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

  3. #23
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    correct. yoshkar ola.

    NO i am NOT saying if there is the bat it is a scam. i am saying (and most on here i think will agree with me) if she uses the bat, be extra careful.



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

  4. #24
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    Return-Path: <olgaxxxxxx@mail.ru> if you neotrace this, you get location of mail.ru server
    Received: from mwinf3207.me.freeserve.com (mwinf3207.me.freeserve.com)
    by mwinb3005 (SMTP Server) with LMTP; Sat, 20 Aug 2005 18:04:52 +0200
    X-Sieve: Server Sieve 2.2
    Envelope-to: xxxxxxxxxxxxfreeserve.co.uk
    Received: from me-wanadoo.net (nullmx.catchamail.com [127.0.0.1])
    by mwinf3207.me.freeserve.com (SMTP Server) with ESMTP id 23AD31C0085A
    for <xxxxxxxxxxx.freeserve.co.uk>; Sat, 20 Aug 2005 18:04:52 +0200 (CEST)
    Received: from mx1.mail.ru (mx1.mail.ru [194.67.23.121])this mail.ru server
    by mwinf3207.me.freeserve.com (SMTP Server) with ESMTP id 0EC2B1C00858
    for <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.co.uk>; Sat, 20 Aug 2005 18:04:52 +0200 (CEST)
    X-ME-UUID: 20050820160452605.0EC2B1C00858@mwinf...reese rve.com
    Received: from [217.107.236.45] (port=62445 helo=user-3df99615b1)
    by mx1.mail.ru with asmtp this is her pc. notice it says port=62445. that is the port being used by the pc to send the message. hello = user-3df99615b1 is her pc "name". also this shows it is a home pc not internet cafe
    id 1E6Vpz-000Hbh-00
    for xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.co.uk; Sat, 20 Aug 2005 20:04:51 +0400
    Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2005 20:04:49 +0400
    From: olgaxxxx@mail.ru
    X-Mailer: The Bat! (v2.11.02) Educational
    Reply-To: olgaxxxxxmail.ru
    Organization: olgaxxxxxmail.ru
    X-Priority: 3 (Normal)
    Message-ID: <922180319.20050820200449@mail.ru>
    To: "xxxx" <xxxxxxxxxxxxxreeserve.co.uk>
    Subject: Re
    In-Reply-To: <004601c5a59e$ffb699e0$721b4e51@fcuk>
    References: <006c01c59e78$3ba8a7a0$f6cd4c51@fcuk>
    <001c01c59fa8$53348480$93a787d9@fcuk> <4184061.20050813215835@mail.ru>
    <001301c5a069$9dd4b3e0$12b587d9@fcuk> <1011113309.20050814131225@mail.ru>
    <006f01c5a10b$16e13fa0$7fa187d9@fcuk> <1105079083.20050815182024@mail.ru>
    <002a01c5a1bb$af941140$b4a287d9@fcuk> <1453071295.20050815211746@mail.ru>
    <003001c5a1bf$0c5bdea0$b4a287d9@fcuk> <924905979.20050815215308@mail.ru>
    <000501c5a1c3$53072900$0ece87d9@fcuk> <1536812265.20050815220247@mail.ru>
    <000b01c5a1c3$db48c080$0ece87d9@fcuk> <8810277366.20050815222806@mail.ru>
    <001101c5a1c7$5ff0af20$0ece87d9@fcuk> <1611280495.20050815223652@mail.ru>
    <001701c5a1c8$c2334c00$0ece87d9@fcuk> <418676196.20050815224550@mail.ru>
    <000501c5a1cc$e7c3db20$0ece87d9@fcuk> <1983456431.20050815231256@mail.ru>
    <000b01c5a1cd$e2de1520$0ece87d9@fcuk> <424120269.20050816104043@mail.ru>
    <007a01c5a26d$27620f40$14cf4e51@fcuk> <1484623153.200508 17213827@mail.ru>
    <002701c5a357$ecb08200$92ac87d9@fcuk> <1144880977.20050820173628@mail.ru>
    <004601c5a59e$ffb699e0$721b4e51@fcuk>
    X-me-spamlevel: not-spam
    X-me-spamrating: 33.316523
    X-Antivirus: AVG for E-mail 7.0.338 [267.10.13]
    Mime-Version: 1.0
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
    Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii

    you can neotrace an e mail address. even a servers location. e.g. if you take the address of this forum and neo trace it (http://www.stop-scammers.com/forum/p...411&FORUM_ID=5) you will get this server is in Yonkers USA.


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

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    Return-Path: <olgaxxxxxx@mail.ru> if you neotrace this, you get location of mail.ru server
    Received: from mwinf3207.me.freeserve.com (mwinf3207.me.freeserve.com)
    by mwinb3005 (SMTP Server) with LMTP; Sat, 20 Aug 2005 18:04:52 +0200
    X-Sieve: Server Sieve 2.2
    Envelope-to: xxxxxxxxxxxxfreeserve.co.uk
    Received: from me-wanadoo.net (nullmx.catchamail.com [127.0.0.1])
    by mwinf3207.me.freeserve.com (SMTP Server) with ESMTP id 23AD31C0085A
    for <xxxxxxxxxxx.freeserve.co.uk>; Sat, 20 Aug 2005 18:04:52 +0200 (CEST)
    Received: from mx1.mail.ru (mx1.mail.ru [194.67.23.121])this mail.ru server
    by mwinf3207.me.freeserve.com (SMTP Server) with ESMTP id 0EC2B1C00858
    for <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.co.uk>; Sat, 20 Aug 2005 18:04:52 +0200 (CEST)
    X-ME-UUID: 20050820160452605.0EC2B1C00858@mwinf...reese rve.com
    Received: from [217.107.236.45] (port=62445 helo=user-3df99615b1)
    by mx1.mail.ru with asmtp this is her pc. notice it says port=62445. that is the port being used by the pc to send the message. hello = user-3df99615b1 is her pc "name". also this shows it is a home pc not internet cafe
    id 1E6Vpz-000Hbh-00
    for xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.co.uk; Sat, 20 Aug 2005 20:04:51 +0400
    Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2005 20:04:49 +0400
    From: olgaxxxx@mail.ru
    X-Mailer: The Bat! (v2.11.02) Educational
    Reply-To: olgaxxxxxmail.ru
    Organization: olgaxxxxxmail.ru
    X-Priority: 3 (Normal)
    Message-ID: <922180319.20050820200449@mail.ru>
    To: "xxxx" <xxxxxxxxxxxxxreeserve.co.uk>
    Subject: Re
    In-Reply-To: <004601c5a59e$ffb699e0$721b4e51@fcuk>
    References: <006c01c59e78$3ba8a7a0$f6cd4c51@fcuk>
    <001c01c59fa8$53348480$93a787d9@fcuk> <4184061.20050813215835@mail.ru>
    <001301c5a069$9dd4b3e0$12b587d9@fcuk> <1011113309.20050814131225@mail.ru>
    <006f01c5a10b$16e13fa0$7fa187d9@fcuk> <1105079083.20050815182024@mail.ru>
    <002a01c5a1bb$af941140$b4a287d9@fcuk> <1453071295.20050815211746@mail.ru>
    <003001c5a1bf$0c5bdea0$b4a287d9@fcuk> <924905979.20050815215308@mail.ru>
    <000501c5a1c3$53072900$0ece87d9@fcuk> <1536812265.20050815220247@mail.ru>
    <000b01c5a1c3$db48c080$0ece87d9@fcuk> <8810277366.20050815222806@mail.ru>
    <001101c5a1c7$5ff0af20$0ece87d9@fcuk> <1611280495.20050815223652@mail.ru>
    <001701c5a1c8$c2334c00$0ece87d9@fcuk> <418676196.20050815224550@mail.ru>
    <000501c5a1cc$e7c3db20$0ece87d9@fcuk> <1983456431.20050815231256@mail.ru>
    <000b01c5a1cd$e2de1520$0ece87d9@fcuk> <424120269.20050816104043@mail.ru>
    <007a01c5a26d$27620f40$14cf4e51@fcuk> <1484623153.200508 17213827@mail.ru>
    <002701c5a357$ecb08200$92ac87d9@fcuk> <1144880977.20050820173628@mail.ru>
    <004601c5a59e$ffb699e0$721b4e51@fcuk>
    X-me-spamlevel: not-spam
    X-me-spamrating: 33.316523
    X-Antivirus: AVG for E-mail 7.0.338 [267.10.13]
    Mime-Version: 1.0
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
    Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii

    you can neotrace an e mail address. even a servers location. e.g. if you take the address of this forum and neo trace it (http://www.stop-scammers.com/forum/p...411&FORUM_ID=5) you will get this server is in Yonkers USA.


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

  6. #26

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    ok as i said learning ...lol and if nothing else i am having fun ... i have learned over the last few months that i would be alot better scammer than some of the things i get ..had a e-mail about millions of dollars they would send me if i would pose as a realative so i ran a trace on it few minutes later got another and they both traced back to same computer everything just different story and names so for the foun of it i forwarded them back to the oppisite names telling them if they are gonna run to different scams they might think on using 2 different computers ...got a e-mail back about 5 minutes later asking me how i did that and hoew i was able to figure it out

  7. #27

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    ok as i said learning ...lol and if nothing else i am having fun ... i have learned over the last few months that i would be alot better scammer than some of the things i get ..had a e-mail about millions of dollars they would send me if i would pose as a realative so i ran a trace on it few minutes later got another and they both traced back to same computer everything just different story and names so for the foun of it i forwarded them back to the oppisite names telling them if they are gonna run to different scams they might think on using 2 different computers ...got a e-mail back about 5 minutes later asking me how i did that and hoew i was able to figure it out

  8. #28
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    now go on neotrace and look up the addressee and check where it says whois/ripe

    you can then find out who owns that isp range.

    next download isp scanner. and you can ping the computer and see if it is online or not.

    other one is when she says she works in a shop during the day but sends you a mail at 4 or 5 am from an internet cafe. everyone i challanged about how is at an internet cafe at 4am, in freezing weather, never wrote back to explain. common logic. nobody in their right mind, goes out to an internet cafe at 4am especially now when it is starting to snow and get below freezing. she may love you but she must be nuts to do that.

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

  9. #29
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    now go on neotrace and look up the addressee and check where it says whois/ripe

    you can then find out who owns that isp range.

    next download isp scanner. and you can ping the computer and see if it is online or not.

    other one is when she says she works in a shop during the day but sends you a mail at 4 or 5 am from an internet cafe. everyone i challanged about how is at an internet cafe at 4am, in freezing weather, never wrote back to explain. common logic. nobody in their right mind, goes out to an internet cafe at 4am especially now when it is starting to snow and get below freezing. she may love you but she must be nuts to do that.

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

  10. #30

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    ok how did you put the header information on your post i will snd you one that i know is a scam but would like to hear your thoughts on it

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