1. Fausty82's Avatar
    Exactly how was the system compromised?
    It wasn't. The bozo sent a PM to as many people as he could... many (most) of us have the default settings to receive an email when we get a PM. That's all it was. It was annoying and it was spam. Nothing more. Nothing less. Nothing compromised.
    12-29-2010 02:07 PM
  2. mfaye9's Avatar
    TY for the heads up.
    12-29-2010 10:41 PM
  3. chobbs1's Avatar
    +1 I too received this, thought it was odd, then deleted. I hope that no one fell for this. But if you did, let us know what happened
    12-30-2010 02:06 AM
  4. jsntrenkler's Avatar
    Yep I got it too. Saw the header and was certain it was a scam.
    12-30-2010 09:04 AM
  5. TampaDude's Avatar
    Heh...yeah, I got two of those PMs. Figured it was a scam. I already have an iPhone 4, anyway.
    12-30-2010 02:42 PM
  6. Cleveland's Avatar
    I only considered it for a second since my gf's was stolen, and wasn't sure if I wanted to go the insurance route and finally decided against because you can send paypal these days as long as it's not an eBay transaction and they don't charge your for it... so the western union was like... give me a break lol
    12-30-2010 02:52 PM
  7. pizzafootbal's Avatar
    Wow, lol, I thought it was legit, thanks for posting
    12-30-2010 07:26 PM
  8. Cleveland's Avatar
    Yeah I was glad my gut instincts took over, but now the question is raised since the dumb sh*t had to give his name for Western Union, the question is, is there any legal or lawful actions that would or could happen now lol

    He had to give his name and city... not very smart
    12-30-2010 09:00 PM
  9. ChrisGonzales90's Avatar
    Like they say. If its too good to be true. It probably is.
    12-30-2010 10:04 PM
  10. Cleveland's Avatar
    Anyone who has has online shopping experience knows West Union is a no no for paying for something lol
    12-31-2010 12:07 AM
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