I put this off for a while, for fear of slander lawsuits or something. But I check out these scams, which are mostly from the internet but some can come from snail mail or even the phone, before I publish. So far, one email that I received, which was titled "Loan" and asked for my signature on a PDF, was a legitimate wrong email. The name on the loan was very close to mine. Which also had me worried.
If you have a scam, please send it to spammyscammers a . t gmail d.ot com for review. If that email looks funny, it's just to prevent spammers like this guy - who gave a confession of how it does it - from easily lifting the email.
So far, we have scam reports for:
- The Multiply website allowing people to steal desktop wallpaper and code, and worst of all, bandwidth, aka hotlinking
- Your typical bank scam that almost had me simply b/c it got through gmail
- A scam to get you to switch your domain if you're a website owner
- Confession from an email collecting spammer
- and more.