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About Us and Our Mission
Pig Busters was officially started on July 4th, 2008. A day we like to call Independence Day From Scammers. Our Mission is to increase scammer awareness and warn as many people as we can. Since our beginning, we have accumulated 10's of 1000's of scammers and the list is growing every day.
Pics are not the real scammers
Unless noted, pictures shown are not the actual scammers. They are innocent people that most likely don't know they are being used by scammers. If you find your pictures listed & would like them removed, please Contact us & we will be glad to remove them & also let you know where we found them being used by scammers.
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Scamming is a BIG Business
Scammers net millions if not billions of dollars each year world wide. IC3 reports that in 2009, Americans lost almost 560 million dollars to scams. Scammers take advantage of honest, hard working people looking for people that are lonely or recently had a tragedy in their life and play with their emotions.
How could I be so stupid
After getting scammed, many people ask the question "how could I be so stupid". The answer is, you're not. Scammers learn how to play on people's emotions and especially their concern for others. They will take as long as they think they need to gain your trust then the so-called problems they encounter will suddenly begin.
There are countless suicides because someone believed they were loved only to get very emotionally hurt and/or lose their life savings
Do these scammers look like they care?
Do not end up in jail
Every day, innocent people end up in jail and have criminal records for life because they did something illegal when they actually thought they were helping someone. Cashing bogus checks or money orders then sending that money overseas is a crime whether you are aware you are committing a crime or not.
Warn your friends
Scammer awareness is the only defense we have against these criminals. If you are on a social network or dating site and one of your friends is on the friends list of someone you know that has been verified as a scammer, please tell them or let us know and we will tell them for you.
Terrorists
Terrorists
A thank you from the terrorists    Read More
Dramatization - We give big thanks to the web sites that allow us to flood their site with our fake profiles (you know who you are). Your disregard for member safety & your hunger for member numbers to boast about enables us to reach the 1000's of innocent peoples we scam so we have more money to terrorize the world
Terrorists
Terrorists
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Anonymous    2/28/2018
To Anonymous 2/21/2018 - send an email to: Please send scammer information directly to contact@pigbusters.net. Put the scammer`s email in the subject line and add pictures of the one you were writing with. All of these need to be reported. I really feel bad for those whose pictures they are using and possibly don`t even know it! If you talk to them for any amount of time, ask them for a "selfie" they won`t ever send you one because it`s not them in the picture.
Anonymous    2/25/2018
I was contacted by log in name 4cccch On the match website they her boss was a widower and was interested in getting to know me better. After a month of communication. Never meeti g in person but several phone calls he ask for money.
I reported to Match and after 3 months the account is still active. Absolutely insane that match will not remove the account I have emails requesting money.
Anonymous    2/25/2018
Got a new email from robertoschmit82@gmail.com. Stating that he got my information from LinkedIn. He stopped responding when I told him that I left my profession contact info at “his” office phone. This was shortly after I refused to give money to Another scammer johnzuberg@aol.com.
Anonymous    2/25/2018
Recently I started to communicate with John Zuberg... same song and dance as other scammers; first he was local and had the same area code then flew over seas and lost his phone. He started texting me from a number in Belgium. First he ask me to help him transfer 32K from his price Acct because he did not have access to his account. When I refused he ask me for the money... LOL. Then he request I send him 3k to buy a iPhone, laptop and money to complete his job
Anonymous    2/21/2018
I have had a lot of scammers thru online dating but this was a first for me. A women, who I can not get to because she blocked me as soon as she did this, sent me a message on Match. Her profile name is Nikocat5. She told me she had a friend that was in the military and was all over her to get into contact with me, because he had no social network or dating site access because of where he was. Long story short. His name as he claims is James and is Scottish born but became an American citizen 27 years ago and had been in the military for the last 25. She said he was 50. He says he is 58. He has this poor me story about how he was betrayed by his wife and then became a widow. We go thru the I love you blah blah blah. I know it is a scam because I know he is not in the US Military and it was making me mad that he was using that as an an excuse, oh he is in "Darul Amam," Afghanistan. So I stuck it out to see what his scam was. It was the I found 3.6 million dollars in a raid blah blah and I need to send it to you so you can keep it safe, you can keep 125 thousand for yourself. And here comes the catch, all I have to do is come up with 45 thousand cash to pay the delivery company. When I told him he is not in the US Military, by the numerous things he said and the picture in uniform he sent me, and for him to pay to delivery fees since he is the one with all the money, I have not heard from him since. His email address is jamespbaker221@gmail.com. I have picture I just do not know where to post them.
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We have a ZERO tolerance for showing a lack of respect for other Members, especially referring to scam victims as stupid, ignorant, idiot, etc. This is cause for immediate deletion of your account with no warning or notification. Please be respectful towards others
Regardless of what you may see on web cam, Skype, etc. the people in the pictures are NOT the scammers so please be respectful and avoid personal attacks, name-calling, vulgarity, or offensive comments including the scammer and especially the pictures as they are innocent people and in most cases, do not know their pictures are used by scammers
Do not post addresses, phone numbers, company names or anything that is considered personally identifiable information. A scammer may have a US phone number today but an innocent person could be assigned that number in the future. Post phone numbers like this 555-555-xxxx hiding the last four numbers
Do not post comments of a sexual nature or content of any kind
Due to spamming, comments with links to web sites will not be posted
Do not post the same comment on every scammer profile using the same pic(s). Post it only on one scammer profile
If you violate these rules your comment will be deleted and if you continue to violate the rules your account will be deleted with no warning or notification
Never trust a phone number
If someone gives you a phone number starting with 4470, it is a link number that connects you with anywhere in the world, but not to a real UK number. Link services are also available with U.S. area codes so never rely on a phone number for a true location.
The Scam Police
There is no such thing as Scam Police or ScamPolice. Cashing fake checks/money orders or receiving products then reshipping overseas can be a criminal offense. The REAL police can't do anything to scammers, so that just leaves you to take the blame.
From mass emails to web sites
About 30 years ago, the only way scammers could operate was through mass emails. In the mid 80's, they were called "Yahoo Boys" as opposed to "scammers". Today, scammers have a much better way to reach more people on a more personal level through social networking and dating web sites.
A Special Thank You
All of us here at Pig Busters would like to acknowledge and give special thanks to those of you who support this web site and its mission to increase scammer awareness by your positive comments, sharing your experiences and reporting scammers to us so the information can be posted to warn others.
Mean, cold and heartless
Like the terrorists above, scammers are not the "nice guys" they make themselves appear to be. When they don't get what they want from you, they can be very mean and many times threatening. Usually threats are their last attempt to try and intimidate you into sending them money.
They love you then need you
Scammers will tell you they have fallen in love with you within the first few messages or chats. They want to come be with you but all of a sudden, some crisis happens and they don't have the money, can't get to the money or for some other false reasons, you are the only person that can help them.
Chat with me
One of the first things a scammer will do is to try and get you away from the site to chat with them on instant messenger. Scammers try to work very fast in most cases and IM is much faster than conversating through emails and web site messages.
Read my profile
One of the biggest advantages scammers have is that many, many people do not read profiles. They get so taken by that "good looking" guy or girl who sent them a message, they immediately focus on communication without even looking at the profile.
I want to send you a surprise
NEVER give your personal information to anyone you meet on a social networking or dating site. These days, it is just too dangerous. If you are talking to anyone who does not understand this, that should be a big red flag. Even if they want to "send you something, a surprise". This is a very common tactic used by scammers to get your information.
I want you to do me a favor
Another thing that is very popular with scammers is that they will want to send you items like clothes, shoes, cell phones, lap top computers and many other items. They will then want you to repackage them and ship the items to them so they can resell them. Don't do it. The items are always purchased with stolen credit card information.