Profile of the scammers and their techniques

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Joseph Arabasz MD

Dec 28, 2019, 5:28:07 PM12/28/19
Dear Topica et al,
                                    I hope this note finds You well and Season's Greetings

     There appear to be only about a dozen scamming signals, but with variations, often specific for each gang
they are often ambiguous

     Scammers attempt to cause the fatigue/dementia syndromes, often since they couldn't obtain their own drugs for lack of funds, and are often greedy, non-competitive units, etc

they receive payments for the scams they cause with drugs and other consideration as they "gang up" on others

     Example of their technique would be the stupid cable guy, probably only some sort of fragile X syndrome, whose group does the audio video morphing, etc which the scammers adore

     Rumor is that the bounty put on their heads by several billion People is $90,000+ and their hides are wanted on the wall

their gang is presumed to be their genome, doppelgangers etc since the penalties are severe

     When they attempt to administer toxins with some sort of faucet conditioner device on the kitchen line, &c, then everything about them forever disappears

     they often hide behind bi-gay fay scams, but nowadays don't have any protection

     If they freud scam with the threat of paying somebody to schiz you, then the Nuclear debate has to be held at their ancestral home, since they are presumed to be genetic idiots and refuse to pay the Piper

     While there are good and bad of all groups, when their management style is "always attack" often stalk- then they are persona non grata

     There are many immature scamming techniques

     Other examples would be the nigerian ripoff scams-

"nigerian scams involve someone overseas offering you a share in a large sum of money or a payment on the condition you help them to transfer money out of their country. While these scams originated in nigeria, they now come from all over the world.

How this scam works
Warning signs
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Have you been scammed-
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How this scam works
The scammer will contact you by email, letter, text message or through social media

The scammer will tell you an elaborate story about large amounts of their money trapped in banks during events such as civil wars or coups, often in countries currently in the news. Or they may tell you about a large inheritance that is 'difficult to access' because of government restrictions or taxes in their country. The scammer will then offer you a large sum of money to help them transfer their personal fortune out of the country.

These scams are often known as 'nigerian 419' scams because the first wave of them came from nigeria. The '419' part of the name comes from the section of nigeria’s Criminal Code which outlaws the practice. These scams now come from anywhere in the world"

     to be continued



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