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Thread: Scammer alert! Christopher D'Angelo

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    Default Scammer alert! Christopher D'Angelo

    Christopher D'Angelo, who apparently is the "vice president" of a "company" called MCM Technologies, scammed me twice for $15. The first time he never gave me the money and the second time he gave me the money then took it back.

    I provided him a service, he got it, he didn't pay.

    STAY AWAY FROM Christopher D'Angelo AND HIS "COMPANY" MCM Technologies!
    He scammed me for just $15. Can't imagine what he does through his site.

    Some Information on Christopher D'Angelo:
    First and last name is Christopher D'Angelo.
    He goes by the username "Fukc" on Hack Forums.
    Claims to be the vice president of a company called MCM Technologies.
    PayPal email is [email]Chris@mcmtech.com[/email] and [email]chrisdangelo@live.com[/email]

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    Do you mind telling me what the services was you were offering? The website of MCM Tech looks pretty shady. They say they worked for Walmart but I don't think they would never accept services from a company like that. They also only seem to produce stupid keys and other small gimmicks. That's not really a "design service" that requires "45 years of experience". Even a child can align a picture on a key.

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    Did he do this through your paypal account?

    Before I do business with someone I don't know, (even return a phone call) I google there info and see what I can find on them.

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    Thank you for the heads up!! But like someone posted above me...I always google and try to get as much info on the seller/buyer I am dealing with before proceeding with any transactions.

    If it looks shady, and acts shady....most times..its shady! Better luck next time!

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    Thanks for the heads up.

    He does seem awful shady. I would be careful in the future.

    Nowadays, I really only deal with companies that I know are legit. I'm so nervous about the prospect of getting scammed that I don't take too many chances!

    People have told me that I'm paranoid, but I have to hold onto every dollar that I can, if you know what I mean.

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    Thanks for the alert, although I'm curious, if he scammed you once why would you trade with him again?

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    Definitely a big thanks on the heads up. There are so many scammers out there, you can never be too careful. I definitely say to Google people/companies and find out as much information before doing any transactions with them because no one wants to be cheated out of their money.

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    Thanks for the warning! I think this is really good. Whenever we encounter scams, let's share this to one another so that another person won't be victimized. It's very advantageous when we do a search, we see that there are other complains from other people. It protects all of us this way.

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    Sadly one person is the least of your concerns in regards to online scamming. 15 dollars getting stolen is still infuriating but at least it wasnt a large transfer of say a thousand dollars. Just be weary and always double check your sources

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    One of my good friends was a victim of this creep. People should start dedicating entire blogs to scammers like this.

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