Scammer Database does not tolerate scammers: is dead

Posted in database, scammer by Chief on March 11, 2010

If you will reference the posting here, scammers were using the domain to launch fraudulent emails. put the criminal out of business within 90 minutes of notification. Thanks, for being a good internet neighbor.


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  1. Marie said, on July 11, 2010 at 11:11 pm

    I have not been scammed yet! I dont want to be. I have replied to a craigslist vehicle 2005 Acura for $2800.00 . He gave me the vin and everything. told me to send the payment to the ebay payment dept????? somebody please help me! I dont know if this is legit or not.

  2. Chief said, on July 12, 2010 at 6:56 am


    Every deal you read about here is a scam. See the homepage, .

  3. Debbie said, on February 6, 2011 at 10:11 am

    He did the same thing to my husband and I. Thank god I found this you saved us 2,900.00.We wanted to buy a truck from him off of craigslist. He was going to ship the truck. How does this guy keep getting away with this for so many years? Thank you for the save.

    He has another email address that did not appear here yet. It’s


  4. Chief said, on February 6, 2011 at 2:49 pm


    We’re glad we could help. Please educate your friends and family on how these scammers work. Thanks for posting the info.

    “This guy” is probably in Eastern Europe. See this article on how these guys work and how they can get by with it.

    — Chief

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