Getting scammed and losing your money is one of the worst feelings in the world. First of all, there’s the financial loss. Then there’s the shame of having been tricked. And finally, there’s the lingering distrust for other people.

However, some scammers’ attempts to bamboozle their victims are so ridiculous, see-through, or just downright weird, they’re making the internet laugh. And people can’t help but shame these scammers on the r/Scams subreddit. With a community of over 237k people, the online group acts both as a way to educate internet users on how to recognize scams, as well as to provide entertainment. It’s a public service and educational fun rolled into one neat package.

Check out the posts from r/Scams below, upvote the ones that made you laugh (even though scams are never funny, the way scammers act can be hilarious), and be sure to visit their group for all of their latest posts when you’re done. One of the subreddit moderators was kind enough to have an in-depth chat with Bored Panda about their community, how it helps spread awareness about identifying potential scams, and what the most recent popular scams are right now. "Once you fall for a scam there is usually not much that can be done, but if you take a short amount of time now to learn more about scams you can save yourself money and hassle in the future. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Read on for the full interview.

#1

This Is Absolutely Awful

This Is Absolutely Awful

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Tiger Pearl
Community Member
3 months ago

Haha love this one! Messing with scammers is so entertaining.

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#2

*Confused Happy Noises*

*Confused Happy Noises*

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Sum Guy
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3 months ago

Scammers keep shooting until they hit a target

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#3

Meatball

Meatball

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

Artificial Intelligence not very intelligent.

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The moderator told Bored Panda that the reason why the subreddit was started (and why it's still popular to this very day) is to identify scams and help people avoid them. At first, it was a companion sub for r/freebies, but grew into its own thing. "I think we might be the only general-purpose scam sub. There are other subs of course, but all of them I've seen seem to have a tighter focus on a certain kind. So one thing we stand out for is being the primary place on Reddit to find what you're looking for and to get help learning about or dealing with a scam," they said.

"Our goal is to both help people avoid falling for scams in the first place, and also to help people recover after they have been scammed, but in many cases, once you have been scammed your money is simply gone, which is why it is so important that there is a place on Reddit you can go to receive quick, reliable advice about potential scams," the moderator told Bored Panda.

#4

Very Well Thought Out Scam

Very Well Thought Out Scam

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Tiger Pearl
Community Member
3 months ago

“You’re fired!”

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#5

Message I Got From My "Grandma" A While Ago

Message I Got From My "Grandma" A While Ago

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Kayla J
Community Member
3 months ago

Like, even beyond using someone's dead grandmother, why would they think this sounds like a typical humanoid conversation?

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#6

My Office Got An Email From Our “Site Manager” Asking Us To Get Ebay Gift Cards For A “Client” And Send The Codes On The Back To Somebody Named Danny. I Tracked Their Ip Address To Enugu, Nigeria And Sent This To The Number

My Office Got An Email From Our “Site Manager” Asking Us To Get Ebay Gift Cards For A “Client” And Send The Codes On The Back To Somebody Named Danny. I Tracked Their Ip Address To Enugu, Nigeria And Sent This To The Number

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Toko Danganronpa
Community Member
3 months ago

Hahahahahaha

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They explained that knowledge can hurt scammers and how the community is there to support anyone and everyone who's been hurt financially: "The more people who are scam aware, the fewer income streams scammers will have. You're never going to stop a scammer from being a scammer, but you can help people avoid becoming victims by educating them. Every time someone asks about a fake check scam before they go through with it, we are helping them save thousands of dollars. Victims fall for the underage girl scam and think their life is ruined, some even indicate that they are suicidal when they ask us for advice, and we are able to quickly assure them that everything is fine and we can show them many examples of previous posts in our community." 

#7

At Least He Admitted It

At Least He Admitted It

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Sum Guy
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3 months ago

Hahaha... I can picture his shame when he answered

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#8

The Best Scam Ever!!!

The Best Scam Ever!!!

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Ozacoter
Community Member
3 months ago

I wish that had worked.

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#9

Scammer Steals Pictures Of My Dying Son And Uses Them To Create A Gofundme

Scammer Steals Pictures Of My Dying Son And Uses Them To Create A Gofundme

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Alma Mater
Community Member
3 months ago

this is certainly one of the most disgusting things i have ever seen !!!

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The moderator was also kind enough to warn us of the most common recent scams. "Fake check scams are very common right now, and if you fall for one, you will lose thousands of dollars and have no realistic chance of getting your money back. A few other recent scams of note include: fake Bitcoin giveaways on Discord, romance scammers impersonating Asian girls who trick victims into signing up for fake investment sites, cartel scammers who threaten to kill you and send you gory pictures, sugar scammers, sextortion scams, the blackmail email scam, and recovery/double-dip scammers who target previous scam victims. We definitely see some new techniques, but most are just dressed-up versions of old scams such as the advance-fee scam that has been around for hundreds of years."

#10

My Dog Has Been Missing For A Week And Some Sick Bastard Pulled This Bs

My Dog Has Been Missing For A Week And Some Sick Bastard Pulled This Bs

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Suzy the observer
Community Member
3 months ago

This person deserves rabies and venomous snake bite.

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#11

A Seasoned Professional

A Seasoned Professional

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Woody
Community Member
3 months ago

😂😂😂

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#12

Damn! I Should Have Accepted It When He Said He Would Send Me The Money Via Airmail

Damn! I Should Have Accepted It When He Said He Would Send Me The Money Via Airmail

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

It is all the money he collected from the people who DID reply to the e-mail.

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Google, according to the mod, is our biggest weapon when it comes to fighting scammers who prey on the weak. We can use it to identify if we're talking to someone trying to con us. However, that means we have to use Google effectively.

"If you have been contacted by someone and you're suspicious, searching for unique sounding phrases they use will show if the script has been used publicly before. However, searching for unique identifiers like usernames, email addresses, or phone numbers is not useful, as they change so often and can give you a false sense of security. For example, the 2020 Twitter hack was not a very convincing scam, but people looked at the usernames and saw they were the real accounts so they fell for the scam. The most important thing is to look at the situation itself."

#13

Just Glad To See My BF Has A Good Head On His Shoulders

Just Glad To See My BF Has A Good Head On His Shoulders

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LuckyL
Community Member
3 months ago

Now imagine someone in Mexico kidnapping people and nobody believes them anymore 😂

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#14

How About £1400?

How About £1400?

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Ozacoter
Community Member
3 months ago

Wow. This one wasn’t even trying to hide it. XD

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#15

I’m On The Books Guys. I Cannot Wait For My Appointment

I’m On The Books Guys. I Cannot Wait For My Appointment

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

Hey you never know, by 2099, they might have decided they want February to have 30 days, because it feels discriminated against for being so short!

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The continued: "For websites, I always check the online presence by Googling the domain name in quotes, and I check the WHOIS info to see when the domain was registered, how long it is registered for, and where it is hosted. Normal sites have an online presence consistent with their size, while scam sites usually have no online presence at all. Scam sites can be quite slick, but WHOIS data doesn't lie and can tell you that the site was registered recently for one year and is hosted by NameCheap. Scammers frequently re-use templates, so Googling unique phrases works to evaluate websites as well. If a website offers an address, Google the address and check it out on Google Maps, scammers often use random residential addresses, office buildings without suite numbers, or completely fake addresses."

#16

Wholesome Hacking

Wholesome Hacking

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troufaki13
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3 months ago

A Russian bot hacked my mom's inactive facebook account and put a girl with massive boobs as her profile picture. She deleted the account immediately! :D

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#17

He’s Not Wrong

He’s Not Wrong

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Dr Nostromo
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3 months ago

Yeah, but her cursive is perfect!

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#18

An Old Co-Worker Messaged Me. Got Blocked Lol

An Old Co-Worker Messaged Me. Got Blocked Lol

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

How frequently has that question been asked to be in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)?

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“Online, offline, email, or postal. If you know of or encounter a scam, this is the place to let people know about it. If you have any questions, you can post here and have your question answered by people who are knowledgeable about all types of scams. If you have fallen for a scam, you can post your experience here to warn others,” the moderators of r/Scams explain on their subreddit what the group is all about.

Somewhat unsurprisingly, the ‘Scams’ subreddit, founded way back in 2009, doesn’t allow any “spam or solicitation” in their group (we’d have been shocked if they did). They also don’t allow any posts with personal information in them and ask their members to be civil.

What’s more, despite being against scammers, the subreddit mods point out that they don’t encourage anyone to “scam the scammers” or to conduct “witch hunts” against them. In other words, they don’t back vigilante justice, so if you want to go all Batman on the people who scammed your grandma out of her retirement fund, you’ll have to do it alone. (That was a joke: contact the police immediately.)

#19

A Facebook Group Called "Freedom To Breathe" Are Making These Fake Mask Exemptions Cards As A Way To Get Around Wearing A Mask. If You Come Across These Cards, They Have Absolutely Are Not Official Government Cards Nor Do They Have Any Authority With Any Government Agency

A Facebook Group Called "Freedom To Breathe" Are Making These Fake Mask Exemptions Cards As A Way To Get Around Wearing A Mask. If You Come Across These Cards, They Have Absolutely Are Not Official Government Cards Nor Do They Have Any Authority With Any Government Agency

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Ozacoter
Community Member
3 months ago

I keep saying it. I have bad asthma and I can breath perfectly with masks (or I would say I can breath as badly as usual). If your lungs are so sick that you cannot wear a mask you are too fragile to be in public in a lung based viral pandemic.

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#20

Looks Legit

Looks Legit

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Sally Appleton
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3 months ago

Alexanduwu Hamilton

HufflePuffleGothleGay
Community Member
3 months ago

my name is alexander hamilton ..... and theres a million things i havent done .... just you wait , jus you waaaaaaait....

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

It does say on the left that it "is not legal". It is "for motion pictures"

Bacony Cakes
Community Member
3 months ago

Handsome Hamilton: The sequel to Fake Franklin (he knows you're up to something). Fake-Frank...ca255d.png Fake-Franklin-6033e1eca255d.png

Samantha Lomb
Community Member
3 months ago

It's not counterfeit. It says right on it its for movies that it's not real money

Mary Blackford
Community Member
3 months ago

LOL, it even says, "Not legal" on it...

Omar Pearson
Community Member
3 months ago

IS NOT LEGAL FOR MOTION PICURES

Shelli Aderman
Community Member
3 months ago

Says “Motion Pictures” right on it! 🤣

Nymphadora Tonks
Community Member
3 months ago

It is for the motion picture Hamilton.

Lee The Thespian
Community Member
2 months ago

Very clearly the ten dollar founding father without a father

Bloxmakesgames2019
Community Member
3 months ago

It says “for motion pictures” lol

Walter
Community Member
3 months ago

my name is alexander hamilton and there's a million plastic surgeries done, but just you wait, just you wait

deanna woods
Community Member
3 months ago

Is it just me or does Alexander Hamilton look like Jay Leno?

Troux
Community Member
3 months ago

This seems a little tongue-in-cheek.

Virginia Stackhouse
Community Member
3 months ago

Took me a minute 🤣🤣🤣

Ryan Deschanel
Community Member
3 months ago

He looks like a Disney villain, some kind of corrupt archduke.

CynderAce
Community Member
1 day ago

I wouldnt even be mad, this bill is a piece of art Lmao

Calamital Death Plate
Community Member
3 months ago

This is freaking pathedic

Calamital Death Plate
Community Member
3 months ago

Looks like he just got done taping the card together XD

Pandana
Community Member
3 months ago

damn he be looking smug

Luna Wolfblood
Community Member
3 months ago

Oui oui Mon Ami je'mappelle John Laurens in the place to be

Bobby Sammons
Community Member
3 months ago

Looks like Jay Leno.

BlueThunder
Community Member
3 months ago

NOBODY DISRESPECTS THE HAM

Jim Price
Community Member
3 months ago

30 years or so ago, my copy shop got a FedEx package that my manager assumed was shop business. He opened it to find several hundred dollars in counterfeit money very obviously (and badly) printed on a dot matrix printer. After a good laugh we called the FBI to report it. The agent who responded gave the 'money' one look then gave us one that very clearly said 'You called me in for this?' My manager shrugged and told him 'If it's counterfeit money, the law says report it. There are no guidelines for how good it has to be.' The agent could only shrug agreement, left his card, took the 'money', and we never heard anything else about it.

Znaya
Community Member
3 months ago

Has Alexander had a face lift or botox? 😀

Sebastian Melmoth
Community Member
3 months ago

Hamilton is looking rather perplexed at this bad attempt of counterfeiting

Lisa Chambers
Community Member
3 months ago

Says right on it not legal it is for motion pictures.

Popcorn Colonel
Community Member
3 months ago

Something about him strikes me as Hans from Frozen...

Claire Murray
Community Member
3 months ago

WOOOooooooWWWW TOOOOTALLLY not counterfeit

Kelly Von Tee
Community Member
3 months ago

Them brows ON FLEEK.

LadyGrimm
Community Member
3 months ago

Alexander Derpilton

Megan Tyler Dahle
Community Member
3 months ago

That's a lot of smolder

SuavePotato
Community Member
3 months ago

its the ten dollar founding father without a father!!

Mary Blackford
Community Member
3 months ago

Jay Leno! I didn't know he was on the $10 bill!

CrunChewy McSandybutt
Community Member
3 months ago

Looks like a guy who smelt it and dealt it.

Gabriela RamirezSoto
Community Member
3 months ago

SCAM!?

Samtheperson
Community Member
3 months ago

Wow

Easily Excitable Panda
Community Member
3 months ago

Alexander Hapsburg.

OMEGA
Community Member
3 months ago

Every part of this is wrong, but beautiful

JOOSSED4T
Community Member
3 months ago

I'll take your entire stock!

Alexis Davar
Community Member
3 months ago

teehee

Rob Dabank
Community Member
3 months ago

Thats Mr Incredible!

Marcellus the Third
Community Member
3 months ago

It's the "10 dollars" that gave it away. Should have made it "35 dollars", people are less familiar with those so they're easier to convince it's a genuine one.

Woody
Community Member
3 months ago

looks pretty legit to me

あんぱんまん
Community Member
3 months ago

thats an interesting face

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#21

Some Number Texted Me, Said He Was An FBI Agent, And He Sent Me A Picture Of His Id. I Image Searched The Pic If His Id, And Turns Out It Was Photoshopped Version Of A Movie Prop, The Guy On His Id Picture Is Michael Peña. He Didn't Even Try Hahahhah

Some Number Texted Me, Said He Was An FBI Agent, And He Sent Me A Picture Of His Id. I Image Searched The Pic If His Id, And Turns Out It Was Photoshopped Version Of A Movie Prop, The Guy On His Id Picture Is Michael Peña. He Didn't Even Try Hahahhah

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Shelli Aderman
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3 months ago

“To WIRETAP THE INTERNET!” 🤣🤣🤣

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The war against scammers is a never-ending one, unfortunately. Our ammunition against being hoodwinked, swindled, and outmaneuvered like we’re fighting against Napoleon himself, is knowledge, awareness, and healthy skepticism.

Knowing about the major types of scams means we’re forewarned. Being always aware when talking to strangers (or anyone pretending to be a family member) helps keep us calm and cool. Finally, being skeptical when an alleged loved one suddenly asks for financial help helps protect our wallets. Like “Mad-Eye” Moody roared in the Harry Potter books, “Constant vigilance!”

#22

Hold Up

Hold Up

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Raine Soo
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3 months ago (edited)

Walmart doesn't look a day over 39.

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#23

Nothing Like Being Honest

Nothing Like Being Honest

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

... as opposed to a Legal Scam?

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#24

Found This At My Local Rite Aid

Found This At My Local Rite Aid

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Colin Matthews
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3 months ago

The two biggest supermarkets in Australia both have similar messages displayed at their registers.

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However, scammers aren’t powerless either. They might be shifty and use slimy tactics, but some of them are real Slytherins: they’re cunning, creative, and will go to any lengths to further their ambitions. What this means is that there are always new scams being tried out on unsuspecting victims. And that won’t change in the future unless we get some overbearing and invasive police AI to protect us from them.

What’s more, while some scammers rely on sending out mass messages to the public and pulling the wool over the eyes of just a handful of people, others are professionals. Using their charisma, good looks, and patience, they play the long game. Gaining your trust bit by bit, they eventually cheat you out of your hard-earned cash and you might not even realize it!

By the time you come to your wits, it might be far too late to do anything. Sawyer from Lost is a good example of a conman with patience. He’s an anti-hero, an audience favorite bad-boy, but he’s a scammer at heart (though that heart is a heart of gold, I’ll admit).

#25

Every Hour I Hate You More And More!

Every Hour I Hate You More And More!

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Raine Soo
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3 months ago

To be quite honest, I'm not fond of you either.

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#26

Cristiano Ronaldo Needs A Pair Of Boots, Can We Help Him?

Cristiano Ronaldo Needs A Pair Of Boots, Can We Help Him?

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

You can have my debt card, and ALL my debts along with it!

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#27

An Honest Scammer?

An Honest Scammer?

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Harrison Miller
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3 months ago

At least they are honest.

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According to the Federal Trade Commission, scammers also often pretend to be from an organization that you know or from the government. In other words, they’re appealing to your beliefs about authority figures to legitimize their tactics to weasel your cash out of your pocket and into theirs. They might even pose as a charity or a utility company. Be wary. They can also change how their caller ID and numbers look on your phone, so don’t be quick to trust your elf eyes, Legolas.

“They might say you’re in trouble with the government. Or you owe money. Or someone in your family had an emergency. Or that there’s a virus on your computer. Some scammers say there’s a problem with one of your accounts and that you need to verify some information. Others will lie and say you won money in a lottery or sweepstakes but have to pay a fee to get it,” the FTC warns.

The way most scams work is by introducing a ticking clock: if you don’t act now, something horrible will happen or you might miss out on a prize. Under pressure, you start relying more on your emotions, not thinking about the gaps in their stories. Other scammers threaten you, trying to make you feel afraid and powerless.

#28

How Do I Even Respond To This

How Do I Even Respond To This

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Anna Banana
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3 months ago

Well they did say 'trust me'

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#29

Sorry, I Don't Trust You. Not By That Logic

Sorry, I Don't Trust You. Not By That Logic

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

It is ILLEGAL for a person who has been scammed to become a scammer!

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#30

Hahahaha

Hahahaha

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Woody
Community Member
3 months ago

ello? bank. details. PLZ

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What’s more, scammers tell you to pay in specific ways which is an indication that what’s going on is all a trick. For example, they might ask for a money transfer through a specific company or for you to buy a bunch of gift cards. This makes it harder for them to be traced.

This is why it’s vital that you protect your personal and financial information. In this day and age, privacy is an increasingly more difficult resource to come by and lots of our info is already online. However, we shouldn’t give out our details left and right. Don’t make it easy for the bamboozlers.

Meanwhile, if you get suspicious emails that look semi-official, don’t open any links inside of them, don’t reply to them, and don’t download any files. If your gut’s telling you to stay away, don’t open Pandora’s box. This applies to everyone, even though most of us believe we’d never fall for a trick like that.

Have you ever fallen prey to a scammer before, dear Readers? What’s the most obvious scam you’ve ever encountered in real life? Share your thoughts and experiences below and remember… “Constant vigilance!”

#31

So, These Guys Wanted My Personal Details And A Resume, So I Sent Them Michael Scott's Details With A Resume

So, These Guys Wanted My Personal Details And A Resume, So I Sent Them Michael Scott's Details With A Resume

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SoozeeQ
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3 months ago

This is brilliant!

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#32

This Is Just Funny

This Is Just Funny

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Woody
Community Member
3 months ago

its just You Have Been unsubscribed

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#33

Auf Gott

Auf Gott

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

No scams on god. He is happy to scam everyone else.

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#34

So Annoying And Honestly, Disrespectful

So Annoying And Honestly, Disrespectful

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

... especially when my battery is only on 3%

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#35

Apparently There Is A Market For Scamming People Whose Pets Are Missing

Apparently There Is A Market For Scamming People Whose Pets Are Missing

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Kayla J
Community Member
3 months ago

Sadly, I've been seeing this one more often on the Nextdoor app. Recently someone was told they had to pay back mysterious medical bills, food, new bed/toys, plus a reward to get their dog back.

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#36

You Too Can Live At IKEA For $650 A Month!

You Too Can Live At IKEA For $650 A Month!

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Dr Nostromo
Community Member
3 months ago

Downside is, it'll take months to build all your furniture.

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#37

Can’t Wait To Get My Money From My Craigslist Ad!

Can’t Wait To Get My Money From My Craigslist Ad!

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SoozeeQ
Community Member
3 months ago

Ha ha! The dentist's office in Finding Nemo. Here's a funny article from a tourist who tried to find it. https://www.buzzfeed.com/laraparker/i-found-out-once-and-for-all-if-p-sherman-42-wallaby-way-act

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#38

Two Different Scams In Two Days From The Same Number, How Amusing And Idiotic

Two Different Scams In Two Days From The Same Number, How Amusing And Idiotic

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Woody
Community Member
3 months ago

Maybe: Dave... seems kinda sus

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#39

Someone Hacked My Friends Instagram, And Is Asking For Money To Followers

Someone Hacked My Friends Instagram, And Is Asking For Money To Followers

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Ryan Deschanel
Community Member
3 months ago

"Je sui an can"? What kind of abomination is this language?

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#40

The Most Believable Letter You Will Ever Read!!! I Was Told In Another Subreddit To Post This Here

The Most Believable Letter You Will Ever Read!!! I Was Told In Another Subreddit To Post This Here

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Anna Banana
Community Member
3 months ago

'He has turned his car around'! Priceless!

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#41

Mark Zuckerberg Wanted To Buy My iPhone Off Craigslist. Seems Legit To Me

Mark Zuckerberg Wanted To Buy My iPhone Off Craigslist. Seems Legit To Me

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RandomPandaGuyHamiltonLafayette
Community Member
3 months ago

1 Hacker Way! He lives at 1 Hacker Way!

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#42

Ah Yes, The Negotiator

Ah Yes, The Negotiator

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

Seems legit!

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#43

Watch Out For This One. Could Barely Tell It Was A Fake

Watch Out For This One. Could Barely Tell It Was A Fake

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

Qu.ick! Up.da.te n.ow be.for.e th.e Att.ack of t.he D.ot.s!

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#44

This One Has Just Given Up And Gone For The Direct Approach

This One Has Just Given Up And Gone For The Direct Approach

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Mohsie Supposie
Community Member
3 months ago

That is definitely direct, but he did not say "Please". So, NO!

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#45

I Rarely Get Scam Emails But... When I Do

I Rarely Get Scam Emails But... When I Do

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Coleonema
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3 months ago

Wow, who knew the Illuminati sent emails

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#46

Said He Had Some Metal Boxes For Me Worth Millions. I Demanded A Picture

Said He Had Some Metal Boxes For Me Worth Millions. I Demanded A Picture

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Ryan Deschanel
Community Member
3 months ago

This perspective hurts a little.

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#47

Do People Actually Fall For This?

Do People Actually Fall For This?

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Woody
Community Member
3 months ago

if youre trying to scam someone at least use correct grammar 😂

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#48

I Own The Appstore Now You Guys

I Own The Appstore Now You Guys

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Bart Pang
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3 months ago

I have never owned any Apple products and yet I get tons of such emails. I just send them off to me @ rescam.org

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#49

Got An Email With This Attachment A Few Years Ago, Found It Pretty Funny

Got An Email With This Attachment A Few Years Ago, Found It Pretty Funny

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Julia Atkinson
Community Member
3 months ago

Not to be confused with the "Steve Job Foundation"

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#50

Uhhh What Just Happened?

Uhhh What Just Happened?

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Carol Emory
Community Member
3 months ago

This is like the telemarketers that would call the shop I worked at looking for the owner. I'd respond with "She only comes in on Sundays." They'd be like "Ok..we'll call back then!!" We were closed on Sunday......

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#51

If You Say So

If You Say So

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
3 months ago

It's always good to know that they are not trying to scam you.

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#52

Sweet Justice Had Been Served!

Sweet Justice Had Been Served!

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haha laser go brrr
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3 months ago

This is the one post in this entire article that refuses to load for me

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#53

Love The Email Address It Came From!

Love The Email Address It Came From!

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BreeDragoness
Community Member
3 months ago

Dang, if you don’t look at the email address I could see more people falling for this one, it’s put together fairly well.

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