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t3h3nd15n34r
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03/09/2012 09:06 AM
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Text scammers!
Somehow my phone number has been obtained by some text scammers. The scam claims I have won a Walmart gift card worth $1000. I have received two texts so far. I know that doesn't sound like much, but they just started last night and I'm trying to "nip it in the bud" as a certain famous small-town deputy used to say.

Any suggestions as to how to get their sites taken down since they're just trying to scam people out of their hard earned $$$$?

Below are the two websites I've been directed to so far. As you can see, they are practically twins.

[link to promocenterdaily.com]
[link to walmartgift.mobi]
t3h3nd15n34r (OP)

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03/09/2012 09:35 AM
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Re: Text scammers!
Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
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03/10/2012 10:17 AM
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I just received the walmart text as well!! I signed up for a few SXSW parties so maybe thats it?
Anonymous Coward
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03/26/2012 12:33 PM
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I got them too.. I looked the number up on [link to www.tellows.com] and found out it was a scam. There you can report phone scam and fraud or look up spam numbers.
I hope this helps :)
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03/26/2012 12:37 PM
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haha i got one from a UK company with telling me id won 3million pounds because my phone number had been drawn in an international lottery and to forward my personal details and banking info to an email address.

cant remember the company cos i just laughed at it and deleted it.
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03/26/2012 12:50 PM

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Somehow my phone number has been obtained by some text scammers. The scam claims I have won a Walmart gift card worth $1000. I have received two texts so far. I know that doesn't sound like much, but they just started last night and I'm trying to "nip it in the bud" as a certain famous small-town deputy used to say.

Any suggestions as to how to get their sites taken down since they're just trying to scam people out of their hard earned $$$$?

Below are the two websites I've been directed to so far. As you can see, they are practically twins.

[link to promocenterdaily.com]
[link to walmartgift.mobi]
 Quoting: t3h3nd15n34r


I got the same text 3 this week so far from 7046449648

Im directed to:

[link to 1k-giveaways.com] and enter code 3347
Here is a list of 8 things to look for when trying to identify false flag psychological operations.
1. Staged events usually receive immediate national news coverage
2. There is a political agenda behind the coverage (gun control)
3. The incident inspires intense emotions (Dead kids)
4. Initial media reports conflict eyewitness accounts
5. No dead bodies are shown to the public
6. Celebrities are used to influence the public
7. Presence of mainstream media manipulation tactics
8. The Federal Government give attention to a local story

Question Everything.

When any institution is infiltrated by liberals, that institution no longer serves it's original purpose and instead becomes a social engineering vehicle to push a far left fascist agenda. Liberty and liberals are like oil and water.
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03/26/2012 12:53 PM
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Somehow my phone number has been obtained by some text scammers. The scam claims I have won a Walmart gift card worth $1000. I have received two texts so far. I know that doesn't sound like much, but they just started last night and I'm trying to "nip it in the bud" as a certain famous small-town deputy used to say.

Any suggestions as to how to get their sites taken down since they're just trying to scam people out of their hard earned $$$$?

Below are the two websites I've been directed to so far. As you can see, they are practically twins.

[link to promocenterdaily.com]
[link to walmartgift.mobi]
 Quoting: t3h3nd15n34r


Fbi.gov is the way to deal with scammers who spam your phone.
DILKe

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03/26/2012 01:07 PM

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bump
Here is a list of 8 things to look for when trying to identify false flag psychological operations.
1. Staged events usually receive immediate national news coverage
2. There is a political agenda behind the coverage (gun control)
3. The incident inspires intense emotions (Dead kids)
4. Initial media reports conflict eyewitness accounts
5. No dead bodies are shown to the public
6. Celebrities are used to influence the public
7. Presence of mainstream media manipulation tactics
8. The Federal Government give attention to a local story

Question Everything.

When any institution is infiltrated by liberals, that institution no longer serves it's original purpose and instead becomes a social engineering vehicle to push a far left fascist agenda. Liberty and liberals are like oil and water.
Anonymous Coward
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03/26/2012 01:14 PM
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If you have a smartphone and installed any apps you may have given the app permission to send ads to your phone. I get them, after I delete the app it goes away.

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