Reporting internet fraud- virus

Me and my husband were browsing through websites on flippa. We were planning to buy a cooking site as a new website but did not want to  build all the information from scatch. As we were browsing, we found a cooking site for sale that is under bidding. We contacted the seller and ask for how much is the final price he is asking for his website.  It sounded like a great deal for us and we were interested in buying.reporting-internet-fraud However, the website or hosting service had a pop up that looked like malware.  The popup would not allow you to get out of the website without shutting down the browser.  We told the seller about this malicious popup. He insisted that it was the hosting service. We tried to go there many times to scan the articles if any of it is original. Not that there is no unique content and all copied, but  everytime we attempted of browsing the website the pop up and at one point we had to restart the computer. Needless to say we did not buy the website.


The virus voice says:

Important Security Message. Call the Number provided as soon as possible. You will be guided for the removal of the adware spyware virus on your computer. Seeing this Pop-ups means that you have a virus installed on your computer which puts the security of your personal data at a serious risk.  It is strongly advice that you call the number provided and get your computer fix before you do any shopping online.


Consumer fraud : Job-Opening-Shopper

written by yuri

I received an email containing the email below.

Date:April 01, 2015


*Job  Descriptions: You Will be  Assigned to visit a shop
You need to “pretend” to  be a normal potential customer who is looking for a particular service or product.
You Will then finish an on-line questionnaire to Share with us your customer  experience.

*Requirements:  17 Years old or above. Can speak local language well.
Can  read and write English. No Experience needed Like Shopping.

*Job Pay: You will get S200  for each.assignment. Most of the time you will only need to Spend 20 minutes on the visit.

Please  reply this-email with the correct information  below to sign up;consumer-fraud

Full Name:


We will contact_you immediately as your Application has been received.

Thank You,


notice of court scam

Reporting mail fraud: Notice of appearance in Court #00000443455

Reporting mail fraud: Notice of appearance in Court #00000443455

If you receive this email, Do NOT open the attachment.

Notice of Appearance in Court – email malware with attachment:

DO NOT OPEN the Attachment!

This attachment has the following malware:

Antivirus Result Update
AVware Malware.JS.Generic (JS) 20150405
CAT-QuickHeal JS.Downloader.B 20150404
Comodo Heur.Dual.Extensions 20150404
ESET-NOD32 JS/TrojanDownloader.Nemucod.AF 20150404
Fortinet JS/Nemucod.AF!tr 20150405
Kaspersky Trojan-Downloader.JS.Agent.hdu 20150405
McAfee JS/Downloader.gen.d 20150405
McAfee-GW-Edition JS/Downloader.gen.d 20150404
Microsoft TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod.P 20150405
NANO-Antivirus Trojan.Script.Heuristic-js.iacgm 20150404
Sophos Troj/JSDldr-AU 20150405
VIPRE Malware.JS.Generic (JS) 20150405


Dear UserName,

This is to inform you to appear in the Court on the April 02 for your case hearing.
Please, do not forget to bring all the documents related to the case.
Note: If you do not come, the case will be heard in your absence.

The copy of Court Notice is attached to this email.

Alberto Crabtree,
Court Secretary.