Saturday, January 20, 2018

Beware of scammers

A reader wrote he was almost scammed when he tried selling some stuff on Gumtree, a free online advertising portal. Below are 2 screen shots which include a woman who was also in the same situation. Notice the same style of writing and the words used to 2 different individuals the scammer wanted to con.

Above was a screen shot which my reader received from the would be scammer and below was from the woman who was almost scammed (you may read more at this link)


Anonymous said...

Send fake photo,fake payment,fake check etc.Fake items photocopy,lots of 9 month items,can recycle to prayers.Readers can give ideas of how to deal with such scams.First read Dire Straits,master of faker.Confirm by Google,then Yahoo.Then pay or subscribe for fake news.Then what is unwritten is double-confirm real news,like read between the lines.See opticion for new glasses,or up the power due to reading so much rubbish,save the sympathy for the cleaners who sees,lives,make living sieving household rubbish.Scholarship available for such internship,can graduate into Mainstream Media.Bad eyesight prequiste,cannot think optional,barred#those who succeeded in finding truth,god fearing and church going declined.

Anonymous said...

Hey you up there what toking you?? Same nut always talk out of subject and yet BT publishes them. Must be an ex idiotic cc!

Anonymous said...

No comments no good for blog.Then you be the lead commentator,yet only 3 lines.How to make more clicks ?No click no payment,MoF pays money to suck up on Budget 18.BT did not ,so got to respect that.Silence and especially no words could not attract eyeballs.Then you comments on the Scam subject,You will find truthfull and thoughtfull comments but no fake news.Over to you since you complaint,idiotic or you cannot read between the lines,idiots understand idiots,so says you Master.