Hi this is rinxlen here! just dropped by here to pick up more numbers to bait,flood and report to their carriers.
Hi everyone, I want to bring to your attention something I've noticed lately, but which I am not able to properly investigate at the moment: what I would call "pseudolocal services." During my regular checks of the https://www.lionking.org/guestbook/ scam-spam page, I've noticed a proliferation of links to cookie-cutter websites like this: https://woodbridgemoldremoval.com/. They tend to offer construction or other professional/craft services, are filled with stock photos, often list a business address that is a city hall or post office, and their phone numbers are all VOIP lines of some sort. Plus, I reckon that no legitimate business would advertise on such a website. For various personal reasons I can't do a more in-depth investigation on these right now, but maybe someone else would be interested in picking it up from here. Or if you already know about this scam, I would be very interested to learn what you know. Thanks!
https://helpcashapp.com/ https://contactcashapp.com/ As of now, not displaying any real contact info...
In the "Add Number" area and the create thread area, when you click on the button to add a hyperlink, you can't interact with the title field, or the URL field.
thank you bobrtc for leting me use your website because of you a number or call center will be shutdown thanks i saved tons of victims
I know that inbound calls are in a pre-beta stage at the moment, so I understand if this is not something that can be realistically done. However, I just wanted to throw the suggestion out there. Sometimes the caller IDs on the inbound calls are already in the phonebook at the time of the call. It would be cool if the phonebook info (maybe just category, whatever makes sense) were displayed next to the caller ID. The advantage of this is you would know what kind of scam it is, but it is also a quick way to see that the number has already been added to the phone book.
https://bobrtc.tel/Windscribe (the link when clicking on the Windscribe icon on the homepage) leads to 404
As there's methods to tricking AI image recognition - Sticker Tricks Neural Networks Into Classifying Anything as a Toaster (https://gizmodo.com/this-simple-sticker-can-trick-neural-networks-into-thin-1821735479) - it makes me wonder if there are any particular sounds that would interfere with speech recognition speech recognition that the PAC scammers seem to use. If I call them and were to play a sound of just a dog barking, the AI might get a little confused, but the human operating the software would identify the sound, and knowing that hijinks were occurring, he will disconnect the call. So I'm wondering if there's some sort of sounds that would cause the software to misunderstand, but that the human listening in would not identify as hijinks. I can think of two strategies for this: 1) Having believeable background noise at a moderately loug volume, like a dog barking, or a vacuum cleaner, or fire engines. (As opposed to a background noise that the human would identify as nonsense, like a porno or the sound of someone being murdered or the chatter from air traffice control.) 2) A tone that is too low or too high for a person to hear, but that the software would be able to hear. So even though I'm giving perfectly reasonable to answers to the AI, the underlying tone screws up the AI being able to understand me, but the person listening to call doesn't hear anything wrong. I'm not really sure what my ultimate goal is here, aside from effing around with the scammers by making their AI haywire. I guess I'm envisioning that I call the PAC phone number, I let the AI talk with me for two sentences, I play my noise, and then the the real person picks up, and I can say, "Oh, I was just talking with Anthony. Where did he go?", and see what sort of B.S. answer they scramble to come up with. I haven't tested any of this yet, but was curious to hear ideas. P.S. To mods - I tried using the formatting tools to include a hyperlink, but the hyperlink tool would not let me input characters.
What do you guys think is the best voicechanger out there?
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i know its a dumb telly guy but should i be scared he said he had my address and when i asked him what it was he said just wait for police and hung up
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All these websites have the same "interactive" q&a format and list the same number (not yet verifiable by me): https://www.printerstechnicalsupport.com/ https://www.printer-techsupport.com/ https://www.routertechnicalsupport.com/ https://www.smartdeviceshelp.com/ https://www.technicalsupporthub.com/
In the chat, when you type !india, the bobbot replies with the local time in India. Can we add is so that if you type !philippines, the bobbot replies with the local time in the philippines (which is UTC+8)?
I'm looking to get some addresses where the nearest store that sells gift cards is over an hour away. The further, the better. I would have thought this to be a simple thing to do, but as I'm browsing Google maps it turns out to be a more challenging task than expected. Any help is appreciated.
Here is a list of Twitter accounts that post links to tech support impersonation pages. The pages all have a similar style and these profiles "follow" each other on Twitter so I'm assuming they are the same criminal network, or even one person. The odd thing about these scammers is that their huge catalog of spam/SEO websites very rarely offers the victim/mark a way in to the scam. No phone numbers to call. Occasionally the antivirus websites, through a series of links to lookalike websites, lead to fake error pages with phone numbers for scam call centers. But most of the time the websites have no contact info, or even link to the legitimate company's web site. So how does it work? I still am not sure. In no particular order, will be updated if I find more: * https://twitter.com/AddyCripson * https://twitter.com/Alexclara75 * https://twitter.com/customer15help * https://twitter.com/doragill96199 * https://twitter.com/FloraFloradavis * https://twitter.com/HannahEllie15 * https://twitter.com/Hpcustomerca * https://twitter.com/jollyjo89979162 * https://twitter.com/krypton66449433 * https://twitter.com/MariaGa65874972 * https://twitter.com/My_avast_com * https://twitter.com/Nancywilson01 * https://twitter.com/norton_setupp * https://twitter.com/OrgMcafee * https://twitter.com/smithja92887786 * https://twitter.com/Stephen35528214 * https://twitter.com/techhelpinfos * https://twitter.com/technician4help * https://twitter.com/ZinoneAddie
i been having problems adding numbers for the last couple of days
I know with the typical computer scams, their goal is often to access your computer to then manipulate your online banking balance. When they ask me to install remote viewing software on my iPhone, how is the scam supposed to play out?
Possible lead for further research: One of the websites that lists a phone number associated with the prolific fake Roku scamming ring that I have nicknamed "Tanya Bennett" after one of their "support" agents is Medway, LLC. https://medwayllc.net/. This
I set my ringer dial volume to 0 (all the way to the left) in preferences (and saved it), but the ringer is still making noise.
I would find it helpful to be able to see, from the phonebook, a phone number's stats. For example: its age, number of calls, number of minutes. I've attached a mock-up below.
From calling one of the scam PACs, I talked with the first bot and told it I wanted to make a donation of $84.50. This bot passed me to the second bot. I asked the second bot "Can you just confirm back to me the exact amount of my donation?" This then passed me to the next level, which was a human. I asked him, "Before I finalize my donation, can you tell me if the first two voices that I heard were people, or rather robots?" His answer... "They were human voices, but we control their scripted answers with software." So, we're talking with a soundboard. Maybe this is common knowledge, but up until this point I had thought I was talking with a sophisticated AI.
Is this a type of scam that is eligable for listing on BobRTC? This call was an incoming call to one of Bob's numbers. It's a pre-recorded message asking to transfer to a real person. Then, the real person tried to sell some kind of pseudo life insurance. When I said I already had life insurance, they wanted to transfer to "Medicare Plus Card" (which I think is on this site?). What made me think it was a scam was that she hung up when I asked her what company she was going to transfer me to. Here's the audio: https://soundcloud.com/266364924/201229_1615a
Sometimes I'll call a phone number and get a recording that it has been disconnected. Then a some time later, I'll wind up dialing that same number again. It would be great if upon discovering it was disconnected, I could hide the number so I don't see it again. I'm not suggesting that I be given the capacity to delete the number from the system, just that I can toggle it so I personally don't see it any more.
Just wondering how a phone number get classified in the phone book as "farming".
It's nice to see when new numbers are added, but I don't really need a notification for it because I can see the most recently added numbers on the home page anyway. For calls for help, usually the notification goes away too quickly for me to remember the number (and I'm in the middle of a call usually so I don't want to navigate away from the page). Again, for calls for help, I can view them in the chat. So, I was wondering if it's possible to add a preference to disable the notifications (kind of like how the sound for notifications can be disabled)? Thank you.
every time i call like its 1 in 20 chance that they actually respond how do i get them faster
NTF numbers like SSAs are keeping our calls running for minutes in order to avoid us. It would be nice if we could also use a Digital Wizard code to automatically terminate the call at our discretion then Assitance Dialing would redial them with the same Digital Wizard entry (e.g. W 1* K WWW). Note: K is for Kill the call. K WWW, kill call in 15 seconds. Assistance Dialing would then automatically redial.
I called a scammer and baited for 30 minutes and assisted dial did not redial.
I Find Numbers
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What, how, I don't understand, I'm back to -1 after calling scammers for a few hours, but still, what
Hi everyone, I want to report scam numbers, how do I go about doing that?
i made a chat room for bob rtc members to chat about scammers and any info you got about scammers #bobrtc:matrix.org
this is a new item added,and i been getting a lot of calls..how does this work?where are the calls coming from?can you please explain
I want to troll scammers but i don't have any minutes
I typically get a Notifcation telling me a call for help has been issued on a specific number. Can anyone expain what this does?
When I go to download scammer channels from the Recordings tab, it's actually downloading the full audio of the call and not the scammers audio. So I was wondering whether these scammer channels are broken or if it's just me?
When Roberto first launched, he was super effective because none of the scammers knew him (unlike Lenny or Karen, for example). Is there a way we can add more bots on a regular basis? Maybe even accept contributions from users (like Rohim Bot)?
how do i get the points on my account??