Scammer Texting an Offer

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Scammer Texting an Offer

Post by w7ry » Sat Nov 18, 2017 5:21 pm

Same old story of someone sending you a cashiers check for more than you are asking for and item...

BUT THIS TIME they had the cahonies to send me a text offering to do this!

Their phone number is 251-616-2367 or 2516162367.

When will "they" learn that this is a new twist on a very old trick? :evil:

Seller beware!
Jim W7RY

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Re: Scammer Texting an Offer

Post by N9LCD » Sun Nov 19, 2017 5:36 pm


1. Try running a Google search on that phone number. It may be out of Seminole, Alabama.

2. Get a free "trial" membership in "Peoplelooker", "Number Guru" or a similiar search. You might find out who the clown is.

3. Try *67 plus his phone number at 0200 Eastern time about six or eight times.

"Good luck and good hunting."

N9LCD :twisted:

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Re: Scammer Texting an Offer

Post by W5NNX » Sun Nov 26, 2017 2:30 am

That is definitely a unique approach I have no heard of....glad you were on your toes!

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