Scammer Database

Email Addresses of Scammers – 17FEB2012

Posted in database, scammer by Chief on February 17, 2012

Never use Moneygram or Western Union to transfer money to someone you do not know personally. If the receiving party is using a fake ID, the transaction is not traceable.

Note that criminals emulating Ebay will use fake email addresses such as . Ebay representatives will use an email address ending in

All the below are scammers: – motorhome – GMC Yukon – golf cart – Nissan Maxima – Honda Element – Honda Odyssey – Yamaha Rhino – horse trailer – Honda Civic – Acura MDX – Hyundai Sonata (yes, Hyundais are now scam material) – travel trailer – ATV’s – Toyota Corolla – Mini Cooper – Toyota Prius – Land Rover – concession stand / trailer – pontoon boat – Bombardier ATV – wood chipper – Toyota Land Cruiser


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  1. Maresa said, on February 18, 2012 at 5:08 pm

    Ughh this person tried scamming me.didn’t know anything before today when I googled her email adress and when I was gnna.send her $$$$$ thank god most of my fam is in the military, , o and for u scammer yes y umm you might want to stop bcus their investigating u its real easy to find u so stop fr a while thanks asshole

  2. blpenn said, on February 29, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    Sure wish my husband had found this site before sending $2400 to Ashlee Moore for the Yamaha Rhino. GRRRRRRRRRRRR

  3. Chief said, on March 1, 2012 at 8:22 am

    Me, too. However, if it is any consolation, you can help the next potential victim by reporting the crime via Secondarily, paste the texts of the criminal’s emails (along with the email address) into a comment. The search engines pick up the additions rather quickly. Lastly, make this a topic of conversation so that others in your family and circle of friends will instantly recognize the scam when they see it. Your hubby has nothing to be ashamed of. These criminals are professionals and know what buttons to push to get victims to send money to them.
    — Chief

  4. Les Ship said, on March 19, 2012 at 12:50 pm

    Before you send anyone money, pleae google what you want to buy exactly as described by the so called seller. I did and got 15 hits exactly the same in different state, with different email address. I then sent an email to the first sell with the information I had, and never heard from them again!

  5. Chief said, on March 19, 2012 at 2:34 pm

    Good advice, Les. The paradox is that only those who perform a search will see our warnings!

    — Chief

  6. hong said, on July 3, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    Thanks for all the feedback! I almost fell for one. Another scammer’s email address to add to the list:

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