I received an email from Fred Jekins proposing his scam to me. It was a blatant scam and I didn't have the energy for another one. Within a couple of emails of Freds email, I received an email from Pat McNair saying he was spreading the word about this dude. I found Pat's timing suspicious. He listed this site below his name as if he was affiliated with the site. I have made contact with him and he suggest that I contact you to validate his identity. It's unfortunate in an odd sort of way but his first email made me suspicious of this site as well. I think there may be legit people on here but now I am suspicious of this site because I sent an email to the admin contact on the home page about Pat and no one has responded. Thought I would get this posted in the event this is a fake site and if nothing else, at least a few people might read it before it gets deleted. This just seems like an odd set up. Strikes me as a front of a front of a front.
No. We're not a fake site. We don't ask for money and we don't ask you for your personal details when you sign up here. Also, take a look around. Wouldn't the fact that we publicise scams and advise people on how to avoid them be rather an odd thing for a bunch of scammers to do?!!!
Suspicion is a good thing to have but direct it at the right people. Look at it this way: if you'd used that suspicion on the scammer trying to steal from you, we wouldn't have had to make the warning would we?
You can also go to any other anti-scamming website on the internet and ask about us if you still have doubts. Of course, they could all be scammers too!!!!