- Report: #988517
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Ad-NukeInternet United States of America
Ad-Nuke ad-nuke.com Ad-Nuke scam atrist with fake flagging software Internet
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the money via ;anony-pay or green dot' another scammer's payment tool, he does not have the time to continue flagging your post.
he will say you have violated his policy or something like that, and cancel your membership, and there goes all your money.
He uses a dial up connection and aol free month cds to switch his ip enough times to flag the posts at first, but doesnt continue once you pay. There is no such software that doesnt use a proxy.. craigslist requires different ips for the flags, and if this guy is saying proxies are not required, it is a total scam! Get your own aol cds and dialup modem and do it yourself. Dont pay this a*s ANYTHING!! He hides his identity and only uses methods of payment you cant dispute easily. He is worse than fero's stashbox, another flagger scammer. I only say worse, because it costs even more. At least with feros stashbox, I only lost 60$
There is only one such software that does work. You do need proxies, but it does flag automatically. It works great once you have the proxies set up. Google the topic and you will find it.
Yep, Karma is a b**** jack a*s.
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