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Your mother!

I just had a moment of awareness! Self-awareness, to be clear.

So, I’ve been involved with an eBay scammer who was very cunning. Here’s what she did: She bought the book she wanted and asked if I’d combine shipping if she were to go ahead and buy another, cheaper book from me. 1,189 more words

226-484-1069 is used by scammers

If you receive a recorded phone call or message from 226-484-1069 claiming to be the “Canada Revenue Agency”, it is a scam. Ignoring it is the best response, as returning the call may provide the scammers with your Caller ID information which would allow them to personalize their scam pitch to you.

Consumer Matters

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Scaring the scammer

The over the top claims of love typical of scammers gave me the idea for a new game to play with them.  I mean seriously, I was chatting to this guy, who claimed to be Canadian and on holiday in Cape Town for two weeks.  277 more words

Scammers and jobhunters

In The Guardian, Snighda Poonam recently explored the competition for jobs in general in India, with massive numbers of applicants chasing relatively small numbers of job opportunities. 1,083 more words

Security News

Scammer emails and addresses

These gmail email addresses, w666ww@googlemail.com, crystalwest101@gmail.com and janetbans6@gmail.com, have same format so afford these, thanks.

—- Forwarded Message —–
From: Crystal West <crystalwest101@gmail.com>Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2018 10:20 AM… 734 more words

Worried about Facebook scams? Five things you can do to protect yourself

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Barely a week goes by without another online scam being reported. 

The Singapore Police Force confirmed that there has been a huge increase in the number of cases of fraudulent purchases charged to mobile phone bills. 922 more words

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