Scambusters, Preventing Internet Scams & Phishing Attempts

This blog is dedicated to help preventing internet fraud and internet scams. Scambusters was a radio show I started in Albany Oregon, but due to defaulted payment by the radio station we took the show offline. Regardless of this issue we still wish to help prevent internet fraud and save people from internet loss. I have been interviewed and featured in various publications such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times & Daily News, The London Times & AARP Newsletters. Please watch this blog for latest tips and tricks and scams to avoid.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

SCAM > possible winner of an iMac, iPhone or iPad - Congratulations! > FW: Congratulations, taresa pflueger

Who is taresa pflueger ?? Why does this scammer think I am taresa pflueger?
Will the real taresa pflueger please stand up!

Scam / Links to sites that may contain spyware, Trojans and/or links to
payment sites, or phishing sites. At best they are sending you to sites to
their own self promotion and points they need to win a project getting you
involved in spamming you friends and paying for services that are worthless.

Oh, I think WRM media stands for Worm!

-----Original Message-----
From: WRM []
Sent: None
To: (removed)
Subject: Congratulations, taresa pflueger

Dear taresa,

Your email address (removed) has just been chosen to be a possible winner of
an iMac, iPhone or iPad - Congratulations!

Take a look here: (removed)

Just solve the puzzle and you could be a possible winner of a brand new
iMac, iPhone or iPad!

Click here: (removed)

Good luck!

Your Free-Choice Team

If you wish to unsubscribe from all future promotional offers,

please click the link below:


WRM Media

Limited Company No 5704941
Registered Office: 19 Appleton Court, Wakefield, WF2 7AR


Debs Crochet said...

This one is still going around. I got the same one today, except they used my name

Anonymous said...

I just got this one, only it was offering $1000, or more like, a $1000 VOUCHER. For what, I don't know. They used my name, but I think the biggest tip-off was the fact that every single one of the links were exactly the same, including the one to unsubscribe from future emails or "offers".

Anonymous said...

I just was on craigslist of Albany, ny looking for a auto. There were several great priced and very nice, I emailed 1. Then went back to looking, then ads seemed similar, so I checked, all these great vehicles are all using different womans 1st name then using numbers then I emailed this so called Julie to let who ever know this all looks totally suspicious.
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