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What is the risk of running a Scam?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Slasher, May 6, 2009.

  1. Slasher

    Slasher Junior Member

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    Edited. Please delete.
     
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  2. shadowpwner

    shadowpwner Regular Member

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    1) Your Paypal gets owned. Your house gets owned. You get o wned (by the city jail).

    2) Harder to detect, but if caught, see 1.

    Unless you're doing everything by proxy and you're not using Paypal.
     
  3. mtime88

    mtime88 Regular Member

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    uhh dont scam... if you cant make money with all the methods posted here...get a job
     
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  4. jdog37

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    Its black hat world not scam world....Im not against skimming a buck or two here and there!
    But flat ass scamming and stealing is against my ethics and hopefully most peoples here as well.
    Look in the shit list at all the scammers! Do you belong there?
    Just my thoughts.
     
  5. skyfox

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    Yeah, let's help this guy by giving him methods to scam people...

    If you've been scammed and you're trying to work out what to do about it, you're certainly going the wrong way about it...

    Your thread just screams "HELP ME SCAM PPL!!!"
     
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  6. hecron

    hecron BANNED BANNED

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    LOL its easy to earn online without doing scam..
     
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    arbitorx Newbie

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    ++++1
     
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    my sentiments exactly yall!
     
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    OP should edit their post and let us forget this thread I think.....how bout yall?
     
  10. Slasher

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    I regards to everyone, if you need to know: this isn't me asking for advice on how to scam people.

    Someone in an IRC chat was talking about scamming and I was just curious if they could get prosecuted for what they did, as I used their example in the main post.

    Sheesh. Or better yet, I should have stated this in the original post.

    Sorry for any confusion.