R34P3R Do you read my posts? Are you interested in how it all works and rooting out the source? Or just talking to scammers who are paid to waste your time?
Victims and the general public cannot request assistance from police or authorities without knowing who the perpetrator is. I see headlines everyday about people getting scammed and the police are clueless because the number was spoofed.
Victims can ascertain that the scams are related with the following steps:
- The calls are made to cell phones (or land lines) with a predictable frequency.
- Give the scammer a fake name and email and watch the information spread like wildfire
- Ask the scammer who they buy their leads from (specifically the lenders)
- Go to the lead generators website and see all the scams listed
- check that scammers are accredited by the BBB
- watch local news with tips to avoid being scammed with the BBB cited as the only source
So it's not about educating the victims. It's about educating scambaiters who actually believe the crap these scammers spew. It's about getting word out to the public, authorities, and media. I am just an anonymous poster on a forum who prefers to remain that way.
I am looking for support from you and the scambaiting community to confirm or deny these connections and operations. If everything I have posted is common knowledge, then say it, cause no one else has, I appreciate any additional information you or others can provide.
I appreciate Thunder for providing this platform. It's formatting and google presence is the least of my concern. And I have expressed the problems with starting a discussion for each number. Just go ahead and turn it into a badnumbers directory.