Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by artur6000, Sep 12, 2011.
It's not a scam when all the details check out. It's just Twitter giving you a chance to present a counter-notification to DMCA notice they have received. Simply do nothing. Take better care of your accounts next time.
Thank you mightbh I've never received this kind of email and I get many scam mails so I just want to be sure.
If you all up all the spam emails I've ever received, I've probably have "won" over $1 trillion dollars lol
" Nigerian Scammers getting smart? "
NO. They are still dumb.
Shit thread, this has nothing to do with nigerian scammers -.-
God damn it people. I said nigerian scammers becouse I was talking about the type of the scam, not the country I was reffering to.
I think Nigerian scammers are smarter then we think, I mean they hit inbox don't they.. not to mention hacked this guys account. I would say they are more desperate then stupid.
This is very ridiculous. Why use such topic?
It's better you take it down cos its not all
Nigerians that are scammers.
FYI some nigerian scammers are hackers...
Please kindly edit your thread. It is wrong to conclude that the scam is from Nigeria. Also, not all Nigerians are scammers. There are hard working ones that are earning a legitimate living online.
Why is everyone so buthurt over the title? "Nigerian scammers" comes from "Nigerian scam". It's a term used to describe a particular type of spam OP was worried about. It would be naive to think it means all Nigerians are scammers. Spanish influenza does not mean everyone in Spain has flu and Russian vodka does not mean all Russians drink it.
Finally... do you know what happens when you are offended? Absolutely nothing. So get over it.
Take care of your accounts, I have seen many people go to the slammer or have their accounts suspended just because they were careless and did not take very good care of their privacy.
Separate names with a comma.