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Scammers at D3BK Webservices in Noida India ( have managed to get their fake adverts right at the top of Google’s search engine and they are making a fortune by scamming innocent callers.

This video shows how their scam works and how they manage to get their website and phone number at the top of Google’s search results.

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48 Comments

  1. I wish Jim would use some names from the list Bart Simpson uses when he prank calls Moe Sizlack.
    Allie Tabooger, Hugh Jass, or my favourite, Mr Hunt, first name Mike. 😎

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  2. Jim: “Scammers you’re smart, really smart aren’t you, because you’re always thinking a step ahead”

    Scammer: holds gun to Jim’s head “I know, because I am always, one step ahead of you Jim. I am very smart”

    Jim: “but you’re not that smart” points gun at scammers head, and scammers co workers points guns at scammer, revealing they have always been working undercover for Jim

    Scammer: “WHAT HOW???”

    Jim: “you may be 1 step ahead, but not 3, I am always going to be 3 steps ahead of you”

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  3. Blah, blah, blah,blah,blah,blah blah ……..mike Johnston , oh right! 🤡😂🤣😄👮🏾‍♀️👮🏾‍♀️👮🏾‍♀️👮🏾‍♀️👮🏾‍♀️👮🏾‍♀️👮🏾‍♀️👮🏾‍♀️👮🏾‍♀️

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  4. I almost got scammed once, it was by the most unexpected way, that's why I almost fall for it, but the scam was targeted at young people which is a pretty dumb move by the scammers

    I was applying for engineering jobs, and one day I got an email that says that I got accepted for a job in a big company in the UK, in my same exact specialty, with a minimum salary of around 8000$ with paid vacations and all insurance and safety wages

    they kept giving me details, I checked their website, it seemed legit until I put the address on maps and it showed me some street in the middle of nowhere, and the company doesn't exist anywhere else on the internet

    I was very suspicious, I was a recent graduate, there's no way a big multi-billion dollar would offer a 3 figures salary job for a foreign graduate (especially not one from Iraq)
    so it was obvious to me that it was a scam, but I was so desperate I clung to the glimmer of hope so I played along

    at the end of emailing back and forth, they told me that the job interview would take place in London, and asked me to transfer them around 5000$ so they can take care of travel arrangements for me so they can fly me to London only for the interview… it was the biggest "brah!" moment

    I'm ashamed to say this but even though I was 99% sure that it was a scam, but I was 100% desperate… I didn't pay them of course, I just asked if I could pay AFTER I travel… they didn't even bother to reply XD
    obviously, my personal information is compromised since that email was accurately targeted to me

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