Friday, December 16, 2011

Multiple scammer - forexnetgain

We have received complain from one of our users
here is proof of my invest
made the investment:Date 12/13/2011 ***** Batch 79019*** From U********
(******) To U7097849 (forexnetgain)Amount $500.00 Memo
So, since users still jump in this oldest scam trap we going to publish some info we have about of this scammer

This scum has tons of Forum ID some he is used in active mode
sundulhyip primary ID on many hyip forums and another one

Started scam job with egold near 2007
one of his old sites still online :

Fake Monitors for pimping his own scams
this one dead already

Own tons hyip scams, here about 60 hyip scams list and some of LR accounts, you must blacklist them all
U5732420 (CanaFunds)
U2053896 (LR Futures)
U1746333 (PROX TRADE)
U6769539 (Maxis Fund)
U1440263 (Hyips)
U6277202 (Safely Investment)
U4217190 (Gold Investment Live)
U8749063 (Short Term Investment)
U8873784 (CanadaInvest)
U4308403 (InvestorSavingBank)
U0700128 (ForexInvestmentCapital)
U8096810 (FX Elite)
U1162996 (BrotherFinance)
U3907442 (SecurityInvestment)
U2439998 (Bylthwood Associates)
U6608040 (Liberty Reserve Money)
U7244897 (Income)
U8334345 (Working LR)
U7769654 (AndosehInvestment)
U5896306 (Grand Wealth Signal)
U4411303 (VFX Trading Bank )
U7189776 (Private Asset Management)
U4053758 (securehyip)
U7503815 (NDCA Traders Fund)
U6526268 (BullionsHYIP)
U7441675 (FXCM Money Central)
U1785676 (World Trust Bank)
U3002043 (McLain Finance)
U1532705 (hyipinvesting)
U1978733 (Venture Finance Corp.)
U9556728 (giant-investment)
U8188729 (Futures Investment Fund)
U7097849 (forexnetgain)
U5039710 (MutualFundsBanking)
U1138484 (PermanentClub)
U4351216 (PLRI)
U5354564 (PadHyip)
U7486254 (Wise Kevin)
U2213151 (RedTie-Forex)
U5664755 (European H.Y.I.P.)
U4556076 (SeriousInvestorHome)
U6982204 (highreturnatinvestment)
U2484396 (citrusfinance)
U3657601 (gleenmanagement)
U4630947 (Insurance)
U5820821 (Professional 9000)
U2863546 (Hyip Monitor Plan)
U2200422 (Fast Money 24)

and here is the list of all his scam sites that is currently online:

Hope people will have googling before spend in this scams.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Fake gorgonprojectinvest Website

Beware of a new fraudulent website that supports the phishing email is designed to mirror the Gorgon Project Invest web site it is purporting to be.
This scum have registered a domain name similar of the Gorgon Project Invest to trick people, the domain name is
Scammer sent out phishing email that is claim to be from Gorgon Project to gain people to their fake site
Subject: New Plan Added - "Gorgon Doubler" - 200% After 3 Days
X-PHP-Script: for
Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2011 16:09:00 -0700
From: GorgonProjectInvest
X-Priority: 3
X-Mailer: PHPMailer 5.0.2 (
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, please include it with any abuse report
X-AntiAbuse: Primary Hostname -
X-AntiAbuse: Original Domain -
X-AntiAbuse: Originator/Caller UID/GID - [525 522] / [47 12]
X-AntiAbuse: Sender Address Domain -
Dear Investors,

we are proud to announce our first, special plan that will only last for a limited time. GorgonProjectInvest would like to thank everyone for the continuous support and cooperation you have put into our investment opportunity.

The plan is called "Gorgon Doubler", hence the return of it is 200% after 3 days. In other words, double your initial investment in just three calendar days. To invest in this plan, you will be required to deposit at least $100 USD and the maximum is $50,000.

In order to make the deposit into our special plan, you're not required to login. Our system will automatically recognize your username and investment will be credited as soon as we receive the funds.

Please visit our website to proceed with investment:

Respectfully Yours,
GorgonProjectInvest Admin

The purpose of the fake site is to trick people into thinking they are at the Gorgon Project genuine web site, and make deposit (pay to scammer LR) to fake `New plan`

Please, ignore this email and stay away from the site

Sunday, July 24, 2011

PerfectMoney Phishing email / website

Beware of this Phishing email
Dear Perfect Money Members,

As you may have noticed, Perfect Money website was offline or undergoing various software upgrades a few weeks ago because of the need to apply some new security updates to the system. Everything is fine now but we need you to confirm your account with us. Please click on the following link and verify your account info by filling the form. This is done because there is a chance that some accounts do not function properly with the newly updated system and we would like to ensure that you are the genuine holder of the account. In case you don't fill all the fields, and an internal system conflict occurs between your account and system database, your Perfect Money account will be locked down for an unknown period of time.
We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.

Please click on the following link to verify your account: (Displayed / Visible / Fake URL) (Real URL that is Hidden)

Thank you.

© 2007-2011 PerfectMoney Finance Corp. All rights reserved.

If you click on the email link you will be taken to Fake "Perfect Money" site created to commit identity theft.

Be advised, domain names may be changed since this thief used hacked servers.
So, You Must just Ignore such type Fake emails

A fraudulent (spoof) email sent out from the from ( [])

Please, always check where a link is going before you click.
Move your mouse over it and look at the URL in your browser or email status bar.
If the link looks suspicious, do not click on it, and be aware that a fake link may even have the text "PerfectMoney" in it.
If you are not sure about an email, forward the suspicious email to PerfectMoney support for analysis.

Thursday, June 30, 2011


We have added 2 new HYIP programs which are available on our Class `A` hyip page and

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Beware from scam and fraud web hosting site

Beware from scam and fraud web hosting site
Scam are not just "let me take your money and run", but also include the time and energy - draining agony surrounding a website that won't work, customer service that is unresponsive or useless, unauthorized "extra" charges, affiliate scam and the like.

In all cases, you lose - whether money or time, or just the ongoing pain of seeing your efforts come to naught - and in all cases you are scammed, in that these web hosts promise you one thing to take your money, but then don't give what they promised.

Stay away from scam hosting
You have Been Forewarned!