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January 29, 2006

Fake bank database


Fake Banks are the infrastructure of advance fee fraud scams. By posing as a legitimate financial institution, a bank site can adds credibility to the story of a scammer. For example, Mariam Abacha might have deposited her millions of dollars with this "bank", and puts you in touch with the "banker" there to help transfer the money. Then, he is the one who will charge fees for various procedures, licenses, certificates, and so on

The Rich Jerk: “Lets get something straight. I am a jerk. I am obnoxious. I am lazy. And I don’t care, because I am FILTHY RICH. I am much too important to even be sitting here writing this right now. So I'll keep it short. I make several million dollars every year on the internet, doing almost nothing. Heard that before? Well you can see proof of my earnings here. Have you seen proof like that anywhere else? Didn't think so. Do you make that much money? Didn't think so…”

CircleLending, a loan administration company that provides services for managing financial transactions between private parties. (From a question on Metafilter about lending money to a friend or a relative)

Leonard S. Coleman, Jr., as living example that Sitting on the board of directors for a Fortune 500 company must be an easy job

Wolfowitz under fire at the helm of The World Bank

Many More Unusual Stories about Money Here

January 29, 2006 in Money & Finances | Permalink


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Posted by: Artists Against 419 at Feb 8, 2006 8:15:32 AM

I think all you really need is a good mouse and photoshop really, why go through all the trouble of having a fake banking institution?

Posted by: Rich Jerk at Sep 20, 2006 2:49:55 AM