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Do Not Use the illegal Website "www.goldenhackers.com" and Others Like It

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Do Not Use the illegal Website "www.goldenhackers.com" and Others Like It

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The email messages below which claim "www.goldenhackers.com" and other websites like it, offer the best hacking services to everybody around the world, should never be trusted and are illegal anyway. So, please do not be tricked into doing business with a bunch of cyber-criminals who may spy on and rip you off. The cyber-criminals are using craigslist, social media and unsolicited emails to advertise their fraudulent services.

The Untrustworthy Emails

Hello. We are a group of hackers and we offer the best hacking services to everybody around the world.

- We can get any password from any Email Address, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
- Cell phone hacking (whatsapp, viber, line, etc)
- Grades changes (institutes and college)
- Hacking of websites (Cpanel)
- IP Tracking
- Hacking courses and classes.

Our services are the best on the market. We guarantee a 100% secure and discreet service.
Just write us and ask for your desired service:

OUR EMAIL ADDRESS: hi@goldenhackers.com
OUR WEBSITE: www.goldenhackers.com

Hello. Thanks for reading

We are a group of hackers With different ability's based allover the UK, US and world.

We have banked our knowledge and expertise to set up a very successful business.

If you want access to someone's

Facebook

MySpace

Instagram

Twitter

Emails accounts

Hotmail

Gmail

Icloud

Ask for specific

Gaming platforms.

Xbox live

Dating websites

Remote text message retrieval from most mobile networks.

Whatapp

Database hacking

We can halt most websites for good or just a short time. Subject to website as there are some we don't touch

Send us a message we will get back to you

Competitive prices

Please do not help make cyber-criminals jobs easy by helping them rip you and others off. So, please delete the email message above if you have received it and do not take part in such illegal activities.

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  • October 3, 2019 at 8:06 AM by an anonymous user from Los Angeles, California, United States

    Here is another scam, please do not follow the instructions in it:

    "They are all scammers, they will make you pay after which they will give you an excuse asking you to pay more money, they have ripped me of $2000, I promised I was going to expose them.

    I figured it all out when my colleague took me to Pavel

    (HACKINTECHNOLOGY@GMAIL.COM)

    CELL PHONE 16692252253

    He did perfect job, he hacks all accounts ranging from (Emails, Facebook, whatsapp, imo, skype, instagram, Phone cloning, DMV removal, tracking locations, background checks Kik etc. he also hacks cell phones, cell phone tapping and cloning, clears bad driving and criminal records, bank transfers, locates missing individuals e.t.c. You should contact him and please stop using contacts you see on websites to execute jobs for you, you can ask around to find a real hacker."

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  • July 10, 2019 at 5:15 PM by an anonymous user from Lagos, Nigeria

    Here is another scam circulating on the internet:

    "it became humiliating when my credit score was giving me problems all the time and things got out of hand when I could not do things I needed be done with money and my bank were not ready to give me any loan to finance my project. I became frustrated and out of my frustration I met a friend who introduce me to cryptocyberhacker@gmail.com who turned my story around by hacking in my details then increased my credit score, now the bank has given me the loan and my credit score has been constant to the number the the team increased my score to.. yay”

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  • March 21, 2018 at 12:15 AM by an anonymous user from Charleston, South Carolina, United States

    Hello,be warned, most of these so called hackers here are impostors, I know how real hackers work, they never advertise themselves in such a credulous manner and they are always discrete. I’ve been ripped off so many times.

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  • January 20, 2016 at 9:06 AM by DarkAngelDani from Northampton, England, United Kingdom

    I don't understand why people would do this. Why pay someone for something any one can easily learn to do anyway? I can understand people wanting to do these things, but think about it logically. You're offering to pay these people money to hack someone's email and the like, how can you trust them to not hack your own accounts?

    There is a lot of honour and respect in the hacking/phreaking community, but these types of people are, not exactly hated, but definitely seen as scum. The people who fall for it though, the ones who pay them & give them a reason to advertise these services, are literally laughing stock. I'm part of a Facebook group for this community. One celebrating it's history & it's future. We're not the bad guys. Most hackers/phreakers aren't. This is taken from 'The Urban Dictionary', but it is a perfect definition:

    Hacking is the gaining of access(wanted or unwanted) to a computer and viewing, copying, or creating data(leaving a trace) without the intention of destroying data or maliciously harming the computer.

    This represents the Good Guys most of the time for they are the ones who search for these exploits to prevent crackers use a method called cracking(opposite of hacking).

    Hacking and hackers are commonly mistaken to be the bad guys most of the time. Crackers are the ones who screw things over as far as creating virus, cracks, spyware, and destroying data.'

    The problem is media portrayal. Like a lot of things fraught with public misconception, the media continues to perpetuate the idea of the evil hacker, rather than elucidate the mistakes. They do exactly the same with my religion as well. I'm a member of two communities that are at times rather anxious to admit being so because of the images portrayed by the media of us. I wish there was something I could do to change this, but a reinforced belief is a very hard thing to fight.

    But I digress; if you desperately need someone to provide you with these sorts of services please don't pay these people. At best they will give you what you pay for while taking you're personal data alongside them, at worst they'll take your money & sell your information on dark-web market places.

    You can learn how to do these things yourself, by using google you can learn how to easily get someone's IP address, which isn't illegal in itself. You can also learn how to hack someone's accounts; although that is illegal & not recommended. If you have a geeky/techy friend then ask them for help. Don't ask them to do it for you, that isn't how this community works. Tell them what you need, tell them why you need it, & as long as they're not the bad guys who do things like this then they will be more than happy to teach you how to do it; or direct you to where you can learn.

    And remember, if someone is offering to hack for you for a price, then they are far from trust worthy, no matter how much you pay them to be.

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  • November 3, 2015 at 5:04 PM by an anonymous user from Princeton, New Jersey, United States

    The website is really a scam!

    They seem very organized in the beginning, but I paid $250 for an email password and once they get the money, they will never give you what you have paid for.

    Don't bother trying to use the website.

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