List of fraudeulant sites

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3500weekly.com
HomeTypers.com
DataEntryPro.com
GoogleJunction.com
GoogleCJ.com
HomeTypists.net
TypeatHome.com
Xangti.com
DataEntryWorkOnline.com
Freewebs.com/hiearnlook
SBPunjab.com/softonline.html
DataSubmitOperator.com
10dollarsmail.com
10dollars-mails.com
10to50dollarsmail.com
10cents-100dollars.com
100cents1000dollars.com
100cents-1000dollars.com
100dolarsmail.com
100dollarsmails.com
100dollars-mail.com
100-dollars-mail.com
100-200dollars.com
1000cents-1000dollars.com
10000dollars.com
15dollarsmail.com
150dollarsmail.com
2dollar-or-more.com
2dollar-solos.com
20dollarsmail.com
200cents-1000dollars.com¹
200cents-2000dollars.com
200dollars-20000dollars.com
200dollars-email.com
200EuroCent-200Euro.com
25dollarsmail.com
25-Dollars-Mail.com
30dollarsmail.com
300cents-1000dollars.com
300cents-300dollars.com
40dollarsmail.com¹
400cents-2000dollars.com
400cents-4000dollars.com
4000dollars.com
50dollarsmail.com
50dollarsmails.com
$500-CashMails
500cents-1000dollars¹
500cents-10000dollars.com
500cents-500dollars.com
500cents-500dollars.info¹
500cents-500dollars.net
500EuroCent-500Euro.com
5-10-15.biz¹
60dollarmails.com
60dollarsmail.com
6000dollars.com
700cents-700dollars.com
8000-Cash
8888dollarspayout.info¹
88dollarsmail.com
90dollarsmail.com
99dollarsmail.com
999-mail.com
9999dollarsmail.com¹
act-cash¹
Bank-Mails
Bluemoon-emails
boffopaidmail
Bourbon Street Blues
Cajun Clickers
CashRead.com
cc-mails.com
Deityemail.com
Destination Mails $
Dollar or more.com
dollar-send.com¹
Dragon emails.com
Driftermails.com
first-mail.com
fog-mails.com¹
Fortune-Cash.com
Fortune-Mails.com
Girls Mails
Gold Donkey
Huge-Mail$.com
hurricane-mails.com
Husky-mails.com
Jurrasic Mails
King-Mails.com
Light-Cash.com
Macro-Mails
Mars-Mails
Marsc-Mails
Mighty-Mails
Milion-Mail.com
Million-Mails.com
Millionaires-Mails.com
new-stylearts.com
Nike-Cash.com npamail¹
Surfjunky

These are money laundering sites to avoid:

Harvey Investment Company
Sydney Car Centre
Adamant Global
Next Level
EastAntiques

Here is another great resource it is a scam forum Scam.com

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3 thoughts on “List of fraudeulant sites

  1. So very tru.

    I was recently scammed by http://3500weekly.com/ who promised me a 800 page website. I paid my money and then they turned around and told me I had to pay a huge monthly hosting fee. The original sales page does not state having to pay any more than the asking price. Steer clear of this one. By the way they won’t refund neither.

  2. Hi, nasty little site huh? They look so liget and they no how to push our buttons. I will put out some feelers on this site and if I can find others who have been treated unfairly I will do an article and submit it to every social site I can find. If you do need a website I was able to get a reap professional one done by internet solutions for less. It is 500 for the site and 24.99 a month after, which includes his help each month and his marketing skills. I wanted to sell items I buy from India and he made me a beautiful site. Check it out its not being launched until wed. but you can see what a great deal for little money http://www.indiasessentials.com. Also he is very nice and very personal. He understands we don’t know what the heck were doing and make it simple. I will try and keep you posted on what I find out more about 3500weekly and keep you posted, I am so tired of people taking advantage of us trusting types.

  3. Another possible scam is the Eurolottery. They say pay only $110 for a daily lottery to be shared over 6 weeks. I paid it because like everyone I also want to win. I would share a lottery with 65 others in a pool. However thats not where it ends. They phoned me from “Canada” to ask me to pay an additional $160 for a once off for 10 tickets for the Australian Lottery. And previously they phoned me and said I was the luckiest woman on earth because I had been chosen to participate in the Spanish Lottery and all I had to pay was $1000. Hello am I missing something here? To date I am yet to receive any documentation that I have been entered into any lottery and what or who has won. I will not be doing this again. I find it offensive that they prey on honest trusting people like us. I am not wealthy, but even if I got back my $110 that would at least make me a believer and not feel like I have been scammed.

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