"Get Your Programmed and Blanked ATM Card" Scams
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The scammers behind the fraudulent messages must take their potential victims for fools. Think about it. Why are they (scammers) charging their potential victims a fee for a so-called blank ATM card that they claim can be used to withdraw money without limit, when they can get a lot of money from ATMs since they claim that they know how to rob them.
The truth is, the scammers behind the message do not have a clue how to rob ATMs, but know that there are people foolish enough to believe them. So, this is why they are attempting to trick those people into sending them their hard-earned money, thinking they (potential victims) will receive their so-called programmed blank ATM cards.
A "Get Your Programmed and Blanked ATM Card" Scam
I got my already programmed and blanked ATM card to withdraw the maximum of $5,000 daily for a maximum of 30 days via (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I am so happy about this because I got mine last week and I have used it to get $150,000. Wesley mark Hackers is giving
out the card just to help the poor and needy though it is illegal but it is something nice and he ALSO GIVE LOAN AT THE RATE OF 2%. get yours from wesley mark Hackers today! Just send an email to (email@example.com)
Online users who received the fraudulent messages are asked to delete them and should not be taken for fools by cyber criminals who believe that they are smarter than them.
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