Evelyn – Aug 20, 2020

Victim Location 53959

Type of a scam CryptoCurrency

If you submit the payment tomorrow morning, by the end of the day, the shipping will start and will take about 3 days max to get to you, then you have 5 days to inspect it and decide if you want it or not, it will take about 20 minutes to see what kind of trailer it is ! Please let me know once payment is made and also once you get it and give me your first impression ! Thanks again for being solid on this.


On Thu, 20 Aug 2020 at 02:30, I wrote:

I received the invoice from eBay.

From: Leanne Tammy

Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 8:51 AM

To: ME

Subject: Re: 2015 PJ DUMP D2122


I just got an email from eBay saying that they have sent you the invoice with all details you need in order to complete this deal. Please check your messages, also check your bulk email folder (junk,spam), as a filter may have prevented it from reaching your primary inbox and let me know if you got it. Also, on the payment notification you will find their phone number where you can call and get more more info from their operators.

I will wait for your reply.


On Wed, 19 Aug 2020 at 18:32, Leanne Tammy wrote:


I confirm receipt of your details and I’ll start the official procedure through Ebay. They will contact you about this, you’ll receive important guidelines + instructions in order to have a hassle free deal. At this point this is reserved for you.

Keep me posted, I will do the same.

On Wed, 19 Aug 2020 at 09:58, I wrote:

From: Leanne Tammy

Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2020 3:35 PM


Subject: Re: 2015 PJ DUMP D2122

Hello again Joe,

Now I’m here in Omaha, Nebraska, back with my parents, after my divorce. My product is already at the eBay warehouse here in Omaha along with all the paperwork and the transaction will be done through them. eBay will handle the shipping, the payment, and the paper exchange. Is ready to be delivered to your place. You will have free shipping and 5 days to test and inspect the product before I receive any money.

If you are really interested in buying the product, please reply with your full name, a delivery address and a phone #. I will forward this info to eBay and they will contact you with all the info on how to buy it.


On Tue, 18 Aug 2020 at 16:48, I wrote:

I live in Wisconsin so it would be around a 3 1/2 hour drive for me to get the trailer so I want as much info about it as possible before making the trip. I am very interested in the trailer. Do you have a phone number so I could talk to you about the trailer and where to pick it up? My

From: Leanne Tammy

Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2020 10:28 AM


Subject: 2015 PJ DUMP D2122


The 2015 PJ DUMP D2122 is in excellent condition, very clean. The Trailer has 500 miles, 5,200# Axles, 9,899# GVWR and I own a clean title under my name, with no accidents, loans or liens on it. The Trailer has good tires & brakes, needs nothing. It looks great inside-out, was never hit in and doesn’t have any visible dings. The Trailer was recently fully inspected. The price was reduced to $800. Due to my divorce I owned this Trailer so I don’t need it and I’m trying to get rid of it as soon as possible. If you have any other questions, or need more info, please feel free to ask. Please confirm that you received my email.

Best regards

Sheena – Aug 12, 2020

Victim Location 63042

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Received a text from a scammer identifying self as Sheryl ******** notifying me that I had been selected as a Facebook Lottery winner in the amount of $6M. The scammer informed me that I should receive a text from a FedEx Courier with details of how to collect the prize. I then received a text from the FedEx Courier the following day informing me that I needed to purchase a $400 STEAM card. I verified that once purchased, I would supply him with the card’s number. Once I received an affirmative response, I indicated that while I was born in the day it was not yesterday. The Courier asked me to trust him and that no one was after my money. He even sent me a photo of a mailing label with my name and address (I provided to the first person who texted me) and a box filled with stacks of $100 bills. When I indicated that I would not purchase nor provide the $400 until I received the prize money, which they promised would be delivered the following day @ 10AM, he indicated he would have to "hold" my prize until that request was fulfilled. I then sent the statement from ScamPulse.com re: legitimate lotteries do not ask for fees or payments. He then followed up with no one was after my money and the $400 was to cover expenses involved with delivering the prize. I again insisted that the $400 would be provided upon receipt of the $6M. I then blocked their numbers.

Below is verification information provided by the scammer of the prize:

Firstly your award is attached to lucky number ( ***********) Ticket number (*** ****** ), batch number *** * ******** ) and serial number * ********* **** * The code is ***********

Kristina – Apr 24, 2020

Victim Location 31501

Type of a scam Other

Hello I have been informed that I have won 700,000 dollars and a 2020 vehicle all I needed to do was to pay 3000 dollars to have it delivered.dont fall for this scam

Mathew –

Victim Location 43348

Total money lost $290

Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

I haven’t used Facebook for four years. I called Facebook to get it reinstalled. They had to go through security checks. I had to get them eBay cards. They were going to pay me back. I lost $290. They are very tricky because I’m extremely smart. They said my face was compromised by porn and all my pictures had been used. I felt I needed to go through the system till it was too late. Then I realized it was a scam. This is a major issue. I have no money to lose. Hopefully all of them will be judged properly when the time comes.

Jason –

Victim Location 32301

Total money lost $10

Type of a scam Identity Theft

Facebook is assisting in fraudulent activity and are not doing anything about it. They are endorsing it vs stopping it and reporting the criminal acts.

Tyler –

Victim Location 43164

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I’ve been getting text messages since yesterday afternoon. They showed me a picture of Mark Zuckerberg’s ID. They said I’d won $1 million and a new Dodge Pick Up Truck in a Facebook lottery that I had been picked randomly. They are asking for $500 for delivery charges. They asked for my driver’s license, and I gave it to them.

Jason –

Victim Location 55987

Type of a scam Government Grant

Used my fathers name in Facebook messenger to tell me about grant money. Then said to text a number and pay 2500.00 to get 250,000. Very Scary stuff so not fall for it!+

Say no to SBA grant Facebook Scams

Melody –

Victim Location 43619

Type of a scam Phishing

I just got a weird text from a number I don’t know. I clicked the link, which you shouldn’t do, but I did anyway, and it led to some terribly written paragraph urging me to sign in on lose my Facebook account. They were using a background from Facebook in 2017, which was a dead giveaway. I didn’t sign in though, I’m just reporting this.

Steven –

Victim Location 80487

Total money lost $200

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I ordered multiple products through Facebook adds and received no product there was no contact information provided

Martin –

Victim Location 63133

Type of a scam Phishing

Someone claiming to be Marc Zuckerberg of Facebook has been texting me through Twitter saying that I won $600,000 but I would have to send them money, but no dollar amount. Wanted me to fly out to CA. to the address: 1 Hacker Way, *** *** CA 94025. Twitter: @Zuck133

Dominic –

Victim Location 53158

Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

On my messages account on two occasions I received a message from a friend (so they want me to think) saying I could get $100,000.00 or more and not have to pay it back. Another was that they had received $150,00.00 and they seen my name a on a list of money due to me. After I seen the amount of so called win fall I didn’t respond any longer.

Stephanie –

Victim Location 32703

Total money lost $150

Type of a scam Tech Support

I was posting something in a friend Facebook account and my phone screen went dark and a pop-up message appeared indicating that I had to validate my email address and phone number to be able to continue using the FB application. I did and when the page reappeared it had a different profile picture, there appeared friends that I had been unable to contact in ages, and when I went to my profile, all my information had disappeared and it was asking me to update the information. I checked my pictures and only the old profile picture and some pictures of end -of -the -year student messages that I posted at the end of the school year were there. The rest disappeared. I tried to contact Facebook Help Center, but I couldn’t because they only have a bunch of frequently asked questions. I contacted the Facebook Help Community asking how I could contact Facebook and a while later, I received a message with a phone number to contact Facebook. I called and that’s how everything started. The person answered as if it were Facebook help center and asked me to buy 3 $50 Google Play Cards in order to verify my account, which I did. Alex Cooper, the supposed customer support manager told me that they would refund the money I spent to buy the cards. He told me that he would transfer my call to another department for them to send the refund. When the next person answered, he told me that I needed a $100 Google Play card for him to be able to process the refund. I refused and he said that if I didn’t buy the new card, he would not be able to process my refund. I told him that he was a scammer and he started to laugh. All the persons I talked to had a very heavy Middleastern accent (in fact I think it was the same person giving a different name to make think I had been transferred to another department.

Kendra –

Victim Location 49073

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Got ahold of me by hacking my friends account. They say they are facebook workers that are giving you money. They give you a claim number winning number and batch number and tell you to fill out forms online.

Catherine –

Victim Location 33868

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

A friend on Facebook her name is *** *** from Seymour, Indiana.Contacted me and said she won $50,000.00 dollars she said she saw my name on the list I won to.She told me to take 1000.00 dollars to Wal-Mart and send money to Carla Jones in Lawton Ok.I tried to call my friend couldn’t get A hold of her.So I called her sister to see what was going on.Norma hasn’t won anything she is hacked.

Misty –

Victim Location 34746

Total money lost $1,700

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I was a victim of Michel Zorn, a supposedly pet breeder! I bought two 10 week welsh corgis, paying $850 for each one. They where supposed to arrive 5/09/19 and never did. I lost the money because their method of payment was through QuickPay Zelle!. They asked for more money in order to realize the dogs that apparently where at the airport still because a 2,000k dollar of life insurance was required. I never paid that amount of money so they emotionally attacked me by saying that the dogs where suffering and that it was my fault cause i was too selfish to pay.

At the end they where NOT registered as AKC Certified that they said they where. We could never find them. He uses a Facebook page called Corgis puppies for sale. Also a website call Eco pet movers. They kept emailing and calling for more money and no information what so ever about the pets.

Drew –

Victim Location 67202

Type of a scam Phishing

3 years ago I started a Facebook fan club in Kansas for Trey Gowdey. We had 20,000+ followers. When I was in South American in February I received an email notice from Facebook that they were closing my account because someone was trying to access it. 7 guys named Muhammad are now our admin and me and the other administrator have no access to the page. I was emailed separately stating if I provided my drivers license, passport and personal information I could access the page page. I do not trust sending this information and no longer have an account on Facebook to be able to report the lost page.

Martin –

Victim Location 45654

Type of a scam Tech Support

I’m 71 years old. I got a call last night from 844-953-8989. The man had an accent, I couldn’t hardly understand him. He said he was a consultant with Facebook. He said he needed my Facebook account number because it is coming up in two different places. I hung up. He called again this morning and I let it go. He called back and told me to go to my computer which I did. Then he told me to do what he said. I started to, and something came up on the computer that shouldn’t have. So I told him to call back when somebody who knows something about computers is home, and hung up.

Aaron –

Victim Location 32310

Type of a scam Phishing

Email says: Facebook Update Id Registration starting November 7, 2018. The following terms apply to your use of the Facebook Website and Services including Facebook users. Underlined is: Use the link to confirm the ID Registration. This process is simple and should take you no longer than one minute to complete.

The Electronic Communications Delivery Policy Team

Copyright Facebook @2018. All rights reserved.

I know it’s scam because I am one of the few who don’t do facebook.

I am not good with computer and do not know how to send copy from my email to this note.

Jodi –

Victim Location 89110

Type of a scam Identity Theft

I filed a complaint with FACEBOOK and the case #2184367758444078 was closed letting me know it didn’t go against Community Standards Reports. The Hackers has taken control of my account and have sent messengers to my friends thru Messenger. I started to submit complaints and report the incidents I was sent a message from the Hacker: See Attached

Here is a message sent to a friend through FACEBOOK:

You’re friends on Facebook

FRI 2:55 PM

You are now connected on Messenger.

5:26 AM

Hello, how are you feeling. Hope all is going smoothly with you?

7:22 AM

Hello my dear friend, it has been way too long. I am fantastic. How are you? Let’s get together soon.

Awesome, that is good to hear, i am also doing great and feeling happy specially excited today. I’m very sure you must have also heard the good news. Have you?

No, what’s going on?

The suspense is killing me LOL what’s happened what’s going on? Whatever it is I’m excited for you that it’s something wonderfully good LOL call me and let me know

11:15 AM

There’s a Facebook Social Giveaway promo going on to help Retired, Workers, Semi-Retired, Old, Youth and Disable with cash in the society, are you aware??

No, this is the first I heard about it.

Ohh, It’s really awesome because I got $550,000.00 from the social promo. Names were chosen randomly, I got my cash winnings delivered to my doorstep by the Dhl driver came to deliver my Winnings. Did you get yours??

Patty I’m going to call you.

You need to contact the online agent Donna asking if your name still exist on the winners list, do you know how to contact or should I give it to you?

This is obviously some kind of a scam. I’m calling the real Patty

This isn’t a scam it’s real and legal you’re on talking to the right Patty

Then call me because you’re about to be reported

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I just want my FACEBOOK ACCOUNT CLOSED. Unfortunately, I haven’t received any cooperation from FACEBOOK and I’m not sure what to do next. The Hackers have STOLEN MY IDENTITY!

Thank You for your assistance!


Samuel –

Victim Location 39045

Total money lost $150

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I sent $75 to someone on fb messenger and it was taken out of my bank acct but they received it… the bank told me to contact fb!! I googled fb support and called someone that said they would call me back! I got the call they said I would need to purchase 2 $25 or 1 50$ iTunes cards to give them the numbers on the back to get my money back plus get this money back too!! I did this!! Then they was wanting me to buy 2 100$ cards and I hung the phone up on them!! They all spoke foreign accents I called back and asked to speak to an American that I could understand and was asked if I was a racist.. I said no I just want to talk to someone I could understand better and the man said goodbye!!!!!

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