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Comment from Maripaz

Scammers always have new trkics up their sleeves. Thanks for sharing this article, it's hard to believe that people still fall for this stuff though Nothing's for free, especially Ipads, there has to be a catch and that's your personal information.
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Comment from Nivalda

It's nearly may 2013 now and apnapertly they've improved the scam a bit. There are no spelling errors, but for the rest it's pretty similar to what the article talks about/shows. The screen where you can choose your e-mailprovider and type in your password is also still pretty similar. So be warned; don't enter your details because - my guess is - they are still phishing for your data.
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Comment from Viktiriy

Good article and right to the point. I don't know if this is in fact the best place to ask but do you peolpe have any thoughts on where to employ some professional writers? Thx
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Comment from antoniosuma

Ami casi me estafa tambien, tiene el E-mail: miu_m31@yahoo.com , se hace llamar MARIYA ,lleva 20 dias mandandome cartas y ya me a pedido dinero para el viaje a España, son las mismas fotos pero otro nombre y dice ser rusa...
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Comment from robi1980

hai fregato anche me e pure alcuni dubbi li avevo
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Comment from kitzell5

this bitch i've seen on tagged, your bride.ru, natasha club (just to name a few sites) and all with different names and cities, but all Russia. it's the second pic that gave it away for me. as for that scam Tom came across, i've came over them in the past couple yrs tae guys, an it's always the same, 'join my site for a small fee with ssl payment protection'. aye rite, ssl ain't that secure, was in our local press just the other week that scammers have figured out how to hack it for details. was only a matter of time i guess.
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BP - you are so lucky...to live in the land paradise
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Comment from ~BLACK PANTHER~

My philosophy is come down to Rio de Janeiro and you can sit on the beach and watch all the beautiful girls you want and it will cost you nothing:) maybe a slap or two... hehehe!!!
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Comment from Tom

forrest, i agree, but it is the first time i came across this,but she was a cracker?
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Comment from Forrest

Tom - it's not that uncommon of a scam. I have been running across this for a couple of years. My philosophy is "why pay when there are so many women to show for free?" lol
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Comment from tom

well folks, may i share something with you people and hopefully everyone will learn from it.I got a beautiful woman on to me (with photo) from "tagged" site or (mydailyflog site, cant remamber) and she was really really beautiful.She told me that she was a model and looked every part of it,but she did not want a relationship.She told me that she was from "Sidney " in Australia and she was in some beauty pagent there.She asked me would i mind voting for her , by signing up to her link, and because she was a "cracker" well f**k it what was the harm? She told me that if i did that, she would go on webam for me and show me all her wonderful nuggets,barnacles, porthole and charms.Remember folks, she was an absolute "cracker" and oh boy she really got my attention now. I asked her what did she need me to do to sign up.She supplied me with the link and all the details to do this, and told me i must use my credit card, to pay a small little fee.Well WALLA and "F**k that, no way bitch.I told her that there was absolutely no way that i was going to use my card on the net, but she tried to assure me that my card, on her site, was protected by a ssl(secure locking system). It did not take me too long to find out that this (he) was an Nigerian little scumbag, just trying to get someones credit card details but they were not going to be mine.Since stupid people send money to stupid photos, well they better take note of this particular scam, because i have never never seen this type of scam displayed on this site before.Bottom line, never never send money to a photo, and never, never, never, give your credit card details to anyone over the net.Now i only hope that people take note of this particular type of scam now. Regards folks.
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Comment from Forrest

Lost innocence as well.
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Lost money; lost soul; lost brain.
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