Online Scammers

Criminal Investigation of Shady Payment Processors Payza and Obopay Confirmed

Oct 19, 2015 | | Say something

This was confirmed by the Canadian investigative journalist  PatrickPretty this morning (October 19th 2015) Patrick was a member of the Canadian Police before he became a journalist and he has become one of the the World’s top investigators in the field of ponzi schemes and Internet crime. Patrick reports the fact that QUOTE PatrickPretty “The […more]

Sunday Times Reviews Simon Stepsys Claim

Sep 8, 2015 | | 2 comments

The Sunday Times investigates Simon Stepsys’ claim to posessing the map to untold riches,, which he calls. “MyAdvertising Pays” or  “MAP. Quote Sunday Times. The whole article can be seen on the RealScam Forum. See post 3788 on page 152. Is My AdvertisingPays a Scam or Ponzi AN ONLINE advertising scheme that has attracted 180,000 […more]

Simon Stepsys Internet Millionaire or Con Artist? Going Going Gone?

Aug 22, 2015 | | 1 comment

A British con artist who poses as an lnternet millionaire, continues to place adverisments which are designed to obtain funds for his so called advertising platforms, despite ruling from The Advertising Standards Authority and exposure by The Daily Mirror. Andrew Penman from The Daily Mirror describes Stepsys as a charlaton who makes it extremely easy […more]

Internet Fraud Complaint Centre (IFCC) Figures.

Aug 12, 2015 | | Say something

People do appear to be waking up to the fact that reporting these white collar crimes is helping to get get results. There is a very encouraging report from the FBI news blog. QUOTE   “The Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) 2001 Internet Fraud Report is the first annual compilation of information on complaints received […more]

Online Scammer’s Armageddon.

Mar 3, 2015 | | 1 comment

It is hard to put a date on the time when the course of the war to deal with Internet Crime took a turn for the better but I consider April 2008 to be a very significant date in Internet history. The G20 World Leaders met in London in April 2008, to discuss policy on […more]