For those of you who do not know, we have a Discord server. (See the link in the navigation bar above)
Great community, and the best way to interact with other scambaiters, get quick answers to questions etc…
Well, in a server of 8k members - We’re bound to have a few annoyances. One of these being a recent member:
Josh Irwin#8714 (ID: 832273418690887700)
They join, big up themselves on how they like to use RATs on scammers, continue breaking our rules by discussing malware. They get a timeout, mods have a chat with him before letting him back in the server…and then he continues. So, it’s a swift ban for him.
…Nope, he comes to my DMs with screenshots of the chat:
Proving they have an alt, or another member feeding them info. But no, Josh is elite. He knows all the discord hacks:
Still annoyed by his ban which he can’t circumvent with his fake tool, he threatens to raid the server:
As if we’re phased by a server raid, lol:
All the while, I was banning a few members that Josh had join the server. Proven by a mutual friendship with Josh. Try harder next time.
Now, just when you think it couldn’t get any better:
His “friend” can “code rlly good” - time to be worried
Sadly though, he didn’t seem to get the Mr.Robot reference:
This concludes the events of the evening. What have we learned?
- Don’t break the server rules
- Don’t send empty threats
- The shell suit and trackies are well in fashion:
That’s all. Thanks for reading, and don’t be a Josh