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RE: Spam and "following the money"
- From: Justin Shore
- Date: Sat Jun 21 20:22:31 2003
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Jay Hennigan wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Jun 2003, Lars Higham wrote:
> > Joe,
> > While I agree with all of your points individually, I would say that
> > only one of them doesn't work for 'following the money'. This one being
> > the pump-and-dump. Everything else involves a sale of some sort -
> Send those to "email@example.com". They work quietly and in the
> background, but they carry an impressive mallet.
I prefer to call it a cluestick but whatever floats your boat will work.
:) I especially like option number 5 under "SECURITY THREATS" in man 8
Additional reporting addresses:
Send all food and drug (pharmacueticals) complaints here. ie,
weight-loss products, sexual stimulants and enhancements, etc..
Bounce *all* spam here. Period.
Send all stock scams here.
Pyramid/Ponzi scams firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Send these jewels to these folks if they use the USPS.
Nigerian Money Scams/419 Scams firstname.lastname@example.org
Send these to the US Secret Service. Also, if you're feeling bored and
want to give a 419 scammer the run around, respond to them with your
telephone number ((202) 406-5850) and fax number ((202) 406-5031). Tell
them how overjoyed you are to be helping them with their financial
problems. Take note that the numbers above are for the United States
Secret Service, Financial Crimes Division. :)
It my understanding that some people send their 419 complaints to the
Nigerian Police at these addresses:
It was my understanding that the many actual members of the Nigerian
government are involved in these scams so YMMV and of course I could be