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scamed by aim:stevenWMills from BHW

Discussion in 'The Shit List' started by waitingnow, Aug 19, 2009.

  1. waitingnow

    waitingnow Newbie

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    weeks ago, I sent some pm to the guy who is willing to help call the networks. and I left my aim, this guy added me saying he can do this but only take prepayment.So I sent 60$ to his paypal. And then he never give me a reply. So if you have met this guy, plz stay away from him. He is totally a Scamer.
     
  2. Jared255

    Jared255 Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well, you deserved it, someone told you they would do something over an instant messenger and you just sent them money? Use your head...
     
  3. jimmyc

    jimmyc Newbie

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    ya that sucks big time but shit man... that is what you call a cpa whore!!!! lol

    this should be a hard lesson learned and don't believe everything you read.
     
  4. darkmobius

    darkmobius Regular Member

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    you never want to prepay unless that dude has some reputation here
     
  5. darkness01

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    Just had to LOL at this, dont mess with this guy - he can screw you pretty bad, the internet warrior.

    Back on topic, you are an idiot for sending money to someone because they said they can help you over AIM.
     
  6. shaze

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    just reverse the paypal charge
     
  7. truepals_forever

    truepals_forever Senior Member

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    1.) OP lost his money.
    2.) OP started this thread to warn us about this Scammer so that none of us get scammed by that a**hole.
    3.) You are calling OP 'not smart' 'Stupid' 'Idiot'

    If you can't post something good, save your keystrokes..
     
  8. magpie2419

    magpie2419 Regular Member

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    You can easily get your money back through paypal, you have 42 days from the original purchase date to open a case against him. Just tell them the product was not delivered, and all attempts to contact him have failed. You will then have to escalate the case, and if he cannot prove the goods were delivered you will get your money within 21 days.
     
  9. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Yes paypal is the way to go but the rest of what you stated is wrong, you will not win the dispute with that technique as digital delivery is not covered on not as described/non receipt.
     
  10. roamer

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    This!.

    I thought the same, and was about to post about it. Most of scams become OBVIOUS after you fall for them, I'm sure we've all warned others only to hear their judgements: 'that wouldn't happen to me', ' it was soooo Obvious..', etc.

    Thanks to the OP for warning Us.
     
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  11. candybux.info

    candybux.info Registered Member

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    Really thk you for this great info
    I have this member in my AIM
    I can try speak with him for try he refund your money if i can help you
     
  12. alexandre77

    alexandre77 Newbie

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    never prepay
     
  13. multimedia

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    What if the scammer is using some Fake PP Address which has very less or n money later on??
     
  14. vivalafeva

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    good to know, I had just started a small JV with him, and was considering scaling it up.

    But I would really like to see some chat logs proving this...
     
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