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I've been a
preacher for a while... and I'm beginning to think that there MUST have been
Jesus out there who said:
"Follow me, and I will make you
Phishers of men".
– Matthew 4:19, Mark 1:17
....... some modern-day
morally inverted Jesus who is teaching
illiterate Africans (Nigeria is where MOST of this shit comes from) enough
"English" to be able to concoct their own wire and mail fraud, embezzlement, and
various and sundry other Internet-based scams, and an interminable litany of
heart-wrenching, B-Movie style sob-stories to get the sucker that's born every
minute to part with his or her hard-earned money.
There are literally THOUSANDS of scams out there, and many of these
scam operators have been doing this for YEARS!. Many of the scams
STOLEN CHECKS. Usually these checks are
sent by FedEx, United Parcel Service, DHL, Purolator Courier, etc.,
but almost never via United States Post Office. Stolen check scams
have hundreds of variations from 'mystery shopper' to 'get
paid to put our ads on your car'. If you get an unexpected check
delivered to you, the first thing to do is check the package for the
name of the sender, and compare it to the name on the check. If
these do not match, call the person or company whose name is on the
check. Give them the check number and ask if they sent the check. If
they tell you they did not send the check, tell them to check their
checkbooks for missing checks.
REPORT THIS TO POLICE IMMEDIATELY - DO NOT WAIT ANOTHER MINUTE.
The check scammers operate on a tight time schedule. Once just ONE
of the stolen checks is discovered, it puts the K-Bosh on their
whole scheme. By reporting IMMEDIATELY, you will also help to
prevent other stolen check recipients from being victimized, because
these checks will NOT clear, and the amount will NOT be posted to
their accounts. Yes, they may be charged a 'bounced check' fee, but
the check bouncing will prevent these victims from sending the
scammer money via Moneygram or Western Union.
Learn how to properly report these scams and
who to report them to
4, 2008, I received a phone call from someone who had been
scammed out of $7,000 by one of the thousands of illiterate
Internet Cafe' thieving scumbags operating out of Nigeria. He
got my number from the contact information at the bottom of this
page. Unfortunately, he sent money by Western Union, and there
is no way to find the recipient, else he'd probably get on a
plane to Nigeria and "bust a cap" in some Third-World
ass. In any event, I couldn't help him, but I referred him to
the page on how to file a
Sending money by
Moneygram or Western Union is an almost guarantee that
you'll LOSE it.
NOTE: There is NOTHING of any value, and NOTHING that can be
trusted coming out of Nigeria or Benin; These are countries made
of THIEVES. Any email you get from Nigeria or Benin should be
case, although I could not help the scam victim, I can help YOU
if you are willing to take my advice. You, in turn, can help
others by spreading the word about this Web site.
have done is collected a list of scammers and spammers, and just
a few examples of the emails they send and posted them here.
Most of them are hilariously stupid, but some are quite clever.
want to create havoc with these thieves, create a
"nasty-gram", and cut & paste the list into your CC box from an
email account you create JUST for this purpose, and SPAM them
once, twice, a hundred times a day.
worry about them reporting your "nasty-grams" to your ISP,
because they would expose themselves in the process.
them like you're taking the bait, lead them on, and waste their
time chasing shadows
– this way they will leave honest (but gullible) people alone.
If we have enough people doing this, it will put a real dent in
their efforts at scamming people; it will be just too
time-consuming to find the one "sucker" they need to make their
operation worth the time and effort.
On April 7, 2008, I have entered into an email
correspondence with one of these dirty aids-infected
scumbags. You can
the entirety of the correspondence
and listen to (and
download in MP3 format) telephone conversations with this
On December 4, 2013, I received a check for $1,950 by FedEx
next day. The sender's address did not match the check. I
called the sender and learned that their FedEx
been 'hacked'. I turned the check and the packaging over to
police. The check was bogus, and turned out to be a scam.
See the correspondence and
emails / texts from the scammer.
Above are buttons for just SOME of the emails I received telling me I won
lotteries I never entered, and may have inherited money from a long-lost
aunt, uncle, or relative that tragically perished in a plane crash,
solicitations to become co-conspirator in a (fake) "white collar" crime in
Africa, or become a sales agent for a chemical company, and a manager for a
textile mill. I haven't
the time to post ALL of them, but as a public service, and in keeping with the
mission and message of this Web site – I have duplicated some of the more
egregious, outrageous, and idiotic ones for your enjoyment, and sorted them into
alphabetical order by title.
Yes, this site is IRREVERENT, and perhaps to some, NOT something that a "Man of
God" ought to be posting on the Internet (Lord knows I could have done a
However, I consider myself in good company, for the prophet Isaiah wrote:
".... Woe is me! for I am undone; because
I am a man of unclean lips,
and I dwell in the
midst of a people of unclean lips:
for mine eyes have seen
the King, the LORD of hosts".
– Isaiah 6:5 (KJV)
important thing here is that the message is getting out. We wrap the message in
a bit of humor and a veneer of irreverence, but as any serious student of the
life of Jesus Christ will tell you; Jesus was a rebel. That is what gained Him a
following, and that is part of what made Him the most influential man who ever lived
on this Earth.
Logic tells us that
there is no value to a message if it is never heard, never delivered, cannot be
understood, or if the listener pays no heed to the message. We take an unusual
approach here; it is wholly warranted. We dine with sinners. We speak their
language, and they identify themselves with us long enough to hear the message. The time is short.
The Biblical prophesies are coming to pass. The only salvation we have is to go out into
the world and do as Jesus said:
"Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise
as serpents, and harmless as doves". – Matthew 10:16
Some of us are
"... Fishers of men", and a small minority
are Phishers of men.
Meanwhile if you REALLY DO want to
MakeALotOfDough.... then click the
link. You will NOT be asked for any money. You will not be scammed, and it's
totally honest. You will be happy six months from now when the income you
generated from a day's "work" is enough (at least) to make the payments on that
new car or SUV you've had your eye on.
www.FakeChecks.org – to learn how to
spot scams involving fake checks mailed to you.
If you are a
victim of email or Snail-Mail fraud, file a complaint on:
http://www.lookstoogoodtobetrue.com – for a great site exposing all sorts of