Scam is everywhere on the internet. The links below will take you to more specific categories.
There are many scam attempts on the internet and there are many types of scams.
All are different, but all have the same purpose for scammers: Make you send money to them! Some are version 2.0 of old scams, others were created with the web.
Age verification scam : Made by scammers who ask your credit card number in order to verify that you are an adult while they are charging you an unwanted subscription.
Romance scam : Performed by individuals who spend their time on dating sites charming their victims. Then they ask for assistance in the form of money.
Scam on classified ads : Crooks offer for sale fake goods or pretend to be interested in buying your property. Then they send you a check that will prove to be stolen.
Money refund scams : Some bad people make you believe to be able to help you recover the money lost during a scam.
Work-at-Home jobs scams : Swindlers offer a work-at-home job of receiving and reshipping goods. Unfortunately these products were fraudulently purchased and you become unwittingly complicit in these scams.
Ransomware : Hackers block your computer pretending to be the police and require you to pay a fine. This is nothing but scams.
Loan scam : On Facebook or on some websites, people claim grant money to anyone while classical banks refuse. Flee, they are scams and somehow it will be required you send money first, in order to pay unexpected transfer fee or insurance.
E-commerce scam : On the Internet, there are millions of e-commerce websites. Unfortunately, not everyone is honest and some were created just to rip you off.
Webcam blackmail : Also starting on dating websites, webcam blackmail scams are blackmail attempts on internet users who have unveiled some of their privacy in front of their screens without suspecting that it was recorded.
Keep also in mind that scammers always find new techniques. So it is not because something you have found on the Internet is not on this list, that it is not a scam. Stay alert at all times !
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J’ai discuté avec lui pendant plusieurs jours. Il se fait appeler phillipe bonnet. Je l’ai rencontré sur le site disonsdemain.
Il m’a très vite demandé mon mail et mon skype. Depuis je fuis tous les profils qui demandent systématiquement ces informations.
Il est virulent et se montre tres mauvais quand on le contrarie. Il est au Maroc pour régler des frais de douane d’un chargement d’or. Et bien sûr il demande de l’aide.
J’ai fait la connerie de lui envoyer une photo et une vidéo et il menace de tout dévoiler sur le net et sur FB.
Il m’a également demandée en ami sur FB avec le même nom mais avec une photo “de lui” où il pourrait avoir entre 13 et 15 ans.
Iam dating on instagram name andy thmoson as a captain and i was confuse with this man.He ask me to help him take his daughter from her grandmother coz she is in trouble and he told me to he wants to send a package to me because he trust me.That package was full of money that he wants me to keep for her daughter Irene.and because he cannot land and her daughter was in trouble,he ask me to keep the money and send it to Irene if she needed it.He told me that thares a pilot came in the ship that he will ask to send that package to me.Days past,he message me that the package got trouble in the port and i need to send $200 to clear it.But i refuse.
This guy on the spoil website is trying to get girls to buy steam wallet gift cards saying that its a payment card that he uses to pay them. I didn’t fall for the scam but he said the card cost $50 and I was to show him it once I’d bought it.
Scammed by Richael Myles
Scammed by Richael Myles (oteher name is Briana Lee) supposet to be a Mexican but live with family in Manilla. Ask for mony to support her becouse she will leave the country to be with you. Need passport and ticketmoney never showed up and all contact is lost after received €6000