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#1 by tasman1 » Sat Sep 03, 2016 17:09

I going to pay you $30 to your paypal or payza for 20-60 minutes job if you making me a verified forex account with an email!

Please follow these steps to get $30:

Step 1: Make me email account with your name. Acceptable email providers: gmail.com, yahoo.com, aol.com, hotmail.com

Step 2: With the registered email address make me account on xCreate account | IG[/url]
Very important that you give REAL details and answer on the financial questions that you are practiced trader.

Step 3: Verify/activate your account! When you signed up, you will get an email with this subject: "Activate your account today". Please follow the instructions and when the ig.com's new account department activated your account (within 1-3 business days), please send me the following details:

- Your country name
- Your ig account username and password
- Your PayPal or Payza email address

I going to check your ig account and if the account activated, I going to send you the $30 to your PayPal or Payza.

Finally you going to send me the email address, password, (if have: security answers, recovery phone number or email address) to the ig.com's email account within 24 hours after you got the $50! Thats all!

Please contact to me:
Email address: petersimpson815@gmail.com
Skype: petersimpson815@gmail.com

Thank you for your help!......................THIS SOUNDS LIKE SHIT.....THINK WHAT YOU ARE DOING


BE SMART..........IGNORE THAT SHIT
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#2 by tasman1 » Sat Sep 03, 2016 17:12

This is FUC...G scam , never give that kind of info
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#3 by BouldRake » Sat Sep 03, 2016 18:18

I'm so poor, when I give the Nigerian Princes my bank details and they clear my balance, I end up with more money than I started with.
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#4 by tasman1 » Sat Sep 03, 2016 18:34

BouldRake wrote: I'm so poor, when I give the Nigerian Princes my bank details and they clear my balance, I end up with more money than I started with.


that is good , if each scamer give you just 1 dollar becouse you are poor you will end fast in Forbes 500
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#5 by S_Abbott » Sat Sep 03, 2016 20:37

Sad thing is, some people will do this. And it's what the scammers count on.

Makes me sick. May the seagull flying over their heads steal their sandwiches, peck their hair out, and ruin their shirts.

That's about the nicest thing I can say, because what I'm thinking isn't fit to post in forum.
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#6 by carebears » Sat Sep 03, 2016 21:10

It sounds like a scam to me.
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#7 by Asish07 » Sun Sep 04, 2016 00:53

using little common sense will save u lot of headache and lots of your hard earned money.......anything/anybody that asks for your username and password is fake/scam/cheat.........never give out your username and password or any sensitive information to anybody,no matter what the hell they claim to be..........whenever i see this,i don't walk away i run like a thief ;)
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#8 by Darkstar2 » Mon Sep 05, 2016 09:25

What the heck !!

Cheating CF community, cheating RF community, malicious advertisers, hackers, are people trying to destroy the few legit sites that remain online ?

I do hope that any advertiser posting those ads get caught and banned and not only that but reported.

Sadly the majority of ads on PTC are dodgy, you should take those "too good to be true" ads and offers with a gain of salt. There are always strings attached to those offers.

Same for offer walls beware of the download offers the majority are infected with malware / spyware /adware, some even have keyloggers or trojans!
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#9 by chefkang » Sat Sep 10, 2016 18:48

This ad is again available and now he is promising $50.
I don't understand how such kind of ads can be approved by clixsense :?
We have to be careful and NOT share any sensitive data when there is an extremely high chance this data to be used for fraud.
I believe those who approve these advertisements should be more careful :(
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#10 by lovesuccess » Sat Sep 10, 2016 19:29

do not be silly I smell danger.
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