Paypal/BC 646 760-5403

Scam Number: 646 760-5403
Scammer’s Website or Email:
Additional information about this scam:

Goes right into the cancel illegal charge mode.

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Onvoy line, baiting with virtual machine.

Another PP number: ‪(424) 325-0664‬

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424-325-0664 Eric Walker Wednesday 4-3-24 12:18PM EST

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM VIRTUAL MACHINE BAIT:

  • The scammer, “Joseph,” will claim hackers used my identity to purchase Bitcoin (not Solana, as listed on the invoice), prompting me to “open the Google Chrome” and go to gcompro.org (Code: 34720, IP: 188.114.96.3 :netherlands:). I faked the download not working, and “Joseph” asked me to take my computer to a repair shop.
  • Once “Joseph” remotely connected to my virtual machine, he asked me to fill out a “refund and cancellation form” that falsely claim they are accredited by the Better Business Bureau., then log into my nonexistent bank account. Since I don’t do online banking, I was asked to enroll for an online account anyways, so I Tunak’d him and played the Bhenchod Song.
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James Marshall
Mike Wilson

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Another PP number: 502-922-5635 Eye-phone bought from “SRH Electronics”

I just made up info.

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502-922-5635 Harry Wednesday 4-3-24 12:58PM EST

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Bengali scam dog

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Kolkata 49.37.11.254
Justin Watson
callback (480) 680-3486

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alternate 502-922-5635 Joseph, Justin Watson
screen connect gcompro.org gcompro.org 34720 sc
form bit.ly/refund786

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502-922-5635 Still Active Ryan Wednesday 4-3-24 2:58PM EST

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Paypal Wednesday, lol. Another one: (888) 528-3915

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Sounds like they’re all wrapped in a can of sardines they’re so close together

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888-528-3915 Jerry Wednesday 4-3-24 3:16PM EST

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The answered cursing. :smiley: What did you do?

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“Christopher” answered, could hear another guy screaming in the background at a potential victim, he seemed very irritated though. After I “booted up my computer” he hung up for no reason.

Update: Got reconnected, told me to type “gcompro.org” and enter the code “41660”
After he successfully connected to my VM, he locked my computer with this screen:

then sent me the link to this refund form:
The form asked things like my name, address, basic banking

After I completed the refund form, he then asked me to log into my bank, I pulled up the Wells Fargo page. He then blacked my screen again and started talking to someone behind him in Hindi who was apparently guiding him through how to edit the HTML code on my fake bank. After he did this, which took forever since this guy seemed like a fresher and the guy guiding him was struggling, he then told me that my screen was black like my life, and that he destroyed my computer (Spoiler Alert: He did not)

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And this unnecessary task is exactly why I have violent thoughts about these vile, lowlife bastards! And I am not a violent person by nature.

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This guy installed an application on my computer that blacks out my screen, currently trying to remove it.

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