Find Out What Is email@example.com and also What Is 13235450209? – Blank ATM Cards Scam Alert!
Have you come across an enticing invite to get a blank ATM card where you can withdraw free cash?! What Is 13235450209 really all about? Well, that is these cyber-crooks WhatsApp Number. Do not use it to contact them. So, What Is Blackatemcard12@gmail actually about? That is another means of contact to these cyber-crooks.
A cursory look online we can see that they appear to be spamming their scam-script to potentially unsuspecting people. Remember, if it sounds too-good-to-be-true, it invariably. We give credit for this find from a fellow blogger called Simon who is the founder of themakemoneyonlineblog.com. Let us find out more about this new ATM Card Scam Below…
firstname.lastname@example.org and WhatsApp Number of 13235450209 – Do Not Respond!
The offer goes they have these blank ATM cards that will allow you to withdraw free cash. A kind of a ‘skeleton-key-card’ for any ATM. The cyber-crook states he is withdrawing about $5000 daily. We know this is a scam because we were born with common sense! So, watch for 13235450209 and the email of email@example.com.
There is no way you are getting free money from any card that is not your own. The only way to have free money is to win big on a scratch card, inheritance or win the lottery. Otherwise, like everyone else, you have to work for your living.
These scammers are clearly playing the need for quick and easy cash. They are also playing on peoples greed. I believe most will see right through this scam on sight. But, I am afraid, the more that see this invite, the more likely that someone somewhere less tech-savvy may just fall for it.
So, how do you think this scam may transpire?
We have not fallen for this scam and so the following is an educated guess based on many 1000’s of hours researching online scams.
They may ask you for a card!
This will fall under the Advanced Fee Fraud Scam. Here we can see that the cyber-crook may tell you an exciting ‘story’ about free money. Then they may slip in casually that there is a fee. So you may send this fee and it is always relatively smaller then the amount of free cash.
So, after sending this fee you may never hear from them again.
Need your card details?
I have seen many fake sites that ask for your bank details to ensure you are over age to take part in their site. So, it is not so unreasonable to guess that they may ask you for your bank details to make sure you are over age to send this blank ATM card to you.
However, we have a stark warning for you if you did give them your card details. A card pin has 4 numbers. These 4 numbers have a possible combination of 10,000 variations. Scammers will tap-in those four numbers until they have guessed right, even if it takes ten thousand tries. This is worth it to them if your account has enough funds to swipe.
If they are sending you an ATM card, it is also reasonable to guess they want your home address. Also, no doubt, perhaps your full name? If so then you have given them enough data for them to steal your identity. They now can rinse your good credit via purchases until you are in the red.
Maybe they want a new birth certificate, passport, drivers license, get a mortage. Who really knows how clever these scammers are and what they can really do with such valuable sensitive information.
They may just data harvest it to a list. These lists are sold on the Deep Web for thousands of dollars. This is quick and easy cash. The fraudster who bids the highest for such a list may then target you with one of their own scams. Since you may have fallen for one scam then it is likely, in their minds, you may fall for another.
Their Scam Script!
Simon was kind enough to send us an image of the kind of ‘script’ these cyber-crooks are employing to tempt people into their offer.
We have found a comment, with that word-for-word script, from April 2018 and so I advise legit sites to moderate their own comments. Scammers, if they are allowed to comment their fraudulent offers on honest sites, will then maybe convince others it must be a legit offer.
The unknown people behind these fake blank ATM card offers do not appear to be operating from a website. They seem to be spamming their script anywhere online they are allowed to do so. We, once again, ask legit sites to moderate the comments they receive for the safety of the online community.
That now concludes our warning. We would love to hear from you your own thoughts on What Is firstname.lastname@example.org and on What Is 13235450209 below in the comments. This scam is going into our List of Internet Scammers for good. as we are convinced it is not legit.