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Post your story about corrupt civil servants here. Ensure that you obfuscate all personal and place names and be careful not to include detail that would possibly identify the corrupt official. You must be a registered member of this site to post here.
14 103 3 years 51 weeks ago
by christinemitson
Forum for your posts about corrupt practices in the Health, Pharmaceutical industries and Government legislative complicity.
4 19 5 years 7 weeks ago
by Webmaster
Post your story about corruption in politics here. Ensure that you obfuscate all personal and place names and be careful not to include detail that would possibly identify the corrupt politician. You must be a registered member of this site to post here.
9 94 2 years 14 weeks ago
by ROSE (not verified)
Post your story about corrupt business here. Ensure that you obfuscate all personal and place names and be careful not to include detail that would possibly identify the corrupt business. You must be a registered member of this site to post here.
9 22 5 years 20 weeks ago
by bringingthemhome
Post your story about corruption in society here. Ensure that you obfuscate all personal and place names and be careful not to include detail that would possibly identify the corrupt entity. You must be a registered member of this site to post here.
13 97 4 years 14 weeks ago
by Snakeman
WWW and E-mail fraud scams come in many guises. Some of the most common scams include:
  • Mule spam - the criminals contact the prospective victims with job vacancy adverts.
  • Lottery spam - the scammer will tell you that you’ve won something substantial (such as a large sum of money or a great prize) and that all you have to do is send them money to claim.
  • phishing spam - Phishing emails are sent from fake email addresses, often claiming to be from a bank, online retailer or credit card company.
  • Nigerian scams - These scams offer to pay the recipient a considerable sum of money to assist in the transfer of millions of dollars out of a foreign country.
Criminals contact the prospective victims with job vacancy adverts.
5 7 7 years 37 weeks ago
by Kevin Boris (not verified)
the scammer will tell you that you’ve won something substantial (such as a large sum of money or a great prize) and that all you have to do is send them money to claim.
3 6 7 years 39 weeks ago
by Anonymous
phishing spam - Phishing emails are sent from fake email addresses, often claiming to be from a bank, online retailer or credit card company.
3 5 6 years 48 weeks ago
by pauls
A so-called Nigerian scam. Nigerian scams offer to pay the recipient a considerable sum of money to assist in the transfer of millions of dollars out of a foreign country.
17 106 2 years 20 weeks ago
by rahimp (not verified)
Spam (unsolicited commercial e-mail or UCE) sent by businesses based in Australia. Under the Spam Act 2003 it is illegal to send, or cause to be sent, unsolicited commercial electronic messages. The Act covers email, instant messaging, SMS and MMS (text and image-based mobile phone messaging) of a commercial nature. It does not cover faxes, internet pop-ups or voice telemarketing.
6 16 5 years 7 weeks ago
by Webmaster
Post information here about suspicious IP addresses not only used by harvesters and spammers but especially those IP addresses used by government and the legal profession you have identified as suspicious or found to have malicious intent. We will attempt to confirm all listed IP addresses in a reasonable time frame and we may remove or mark IP addresses over which there exists some doubt as to their intent.
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Users nominate the lowest of the low character assassinations and personal attacks mounted on posters on this web site. Webmaster first 'sanitses' posts to protect both the target and the author of these venomous writings.
2 10 6 years 11 weeks ago
by chrissy1
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