ever been a scam victim?

@BYOLA2871 (4373)
South Africa
January 16, 2008 9:55am CST
in my experience with so many sites on the internet i have read about how people get scammed and swindled of their hard earned money.well ,i have also had a little experience with all these so called net gurus who know next to nothing about the net sake for selling junks(dont get me wrong iw as new to the net then,and believe me i believe in working to earn my worth)i am in the process of compiling a list of the sites that i have personally discovred to be scams or are not even in operation again,in case you have had any scam experience can you please share it with us?you can give uis a list of these sites or you can email me at byolatrad@gmail.com,i will appreciate it remember that someone you know may be the next victim
2 responses
@liowkc (50)
• Singapore
17 Jan 08
All offers and information should be considered scams and false unless proven otherwise - a skeptic's mind would be the best.
@BYOLA2871 (4373)
• South Africa
17 Jan 08
you are right but i must tell you that while you are keeping a skeptic mind you should be open minded lets you miss out the real juicy pffers that could make a real difference
@mugwort (78)
• United States
17 Jan 08
I was scammed by an outfit called Community Action Network. www.can-wtd.com To tell you of it would take too much space and time. I was far from the only victim. I lost less than $100.00. Some former members wound up losing their life savings, their homes, their livelihoods, practically everything. BTW There are legit social services called Community Action Networks. I am not referring to them. The CEO of the scam CAN is Rick Little. If you go to www.talkgold.com and search for CAN you'll see tons of info on how P.rick Little ripped people off.