- Report: #1006364
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Complaint Review: South Florida Spoof Caller Scam
South Florida Spoof Caller ScamInternet, Florida United States of America
South Florida Spoof Caller Scam possibly Stanley Mortimer Spoof Caller Extortion Scam - Targets Transgenders & Transsexuals Escorts in South Florida From Backpage & EROS Internet, Florida
A SLIMBALL Caller phones unsuspecting transsexual female victims... he makes the number 666-666-6666 appear on their caller ID ! When they T-Gals answer he demands them to wire him $150-$200 cash to him via Western Union using a secret question and answer. Question = What Is Your Favorite Color? Answer = Blue ! If you don't wire him the cash immediately he places the victims cell phone numbers into a auto-dial prank web site (known as a phone bomb) which makes the victims mobile phone unusable by dialing it every 20 seconds not allowing any other incoming calls to come through. Some victims have reported that he has left their phone number in auto-dial phone bomb for over a week !
Two victims (Rochelle & JoJo) got frightened and did wire this Creep Caller $150. JoJo in December and Rochelle in November ! This Creep Caller started calling me in January. I refused to wire him cash simply because I don't have 150 dollars to give away to someone who's main purpose is the intent to cause fear or harm. He left my phone in auto-dial for about 48hrs. When it finally stopped it was followed by another call from the Creep Spoofman himself . He threatened me - told me he wanted me to die - told me I was Tranny Trash - told me that if I went to the police that they would laugh at me and tell me I deserve it.. and he threatened that if I didnt send him cash he would make my life miserable. He then proceeded to describe my home to proove to me that he intended to make good on his threats and to strike fear into me. He bragged about his other victims I contacted and interviewed. I am hoping that by placing this posting and warning out there.. that when this Creep Caller strikes again that other victims will google this and know that they are NOT alone ! We want this creep caught and prosecuted. I do NOT take threats or extortion lightly... I want to prosecute him when he is caught. Please be post if you too have been a victim.. and if not.. please be careful
Important Note: Before this scam started in September 2012... there was a very similar incident that was transpiring in May-July 2012 ! A caller was calling and threatening T-Girls... same M.O. without the extortion included. At that time there was a phone number showing on caller ID as Stan Mortimer 954-338-4409 (That number has since been disconnected after numerous complaints were filed on the internet) WhosCallingMe - 800Report Etc) The name Stan Mortimer was tossed around at that time. Well that person stopped calling in August.. then this Extortion Scam began a month later. I'm not positive that the two are related.. but the CREEP talks the same SMACK ! Different voice because of SPOOF lets him change his voice to whatever he wants it to sound like) One of the complaints listed his email address as SunshineStanlly@ATT.net) Not sure if that helps or not.I have provided a link to the full news column on this topic below. I have done a lot of research on phone spoofing.. learned more then I care to discuss. Why is SPOOFING even legal. It's not funny at all yet they claim its all for laughs.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/30/2013 05:38 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/South-Florida-Spoof-Caller-Scam/Internet-Florida-33305/South-Florida-Spoof-Caller-Scam-possibly-Stanley-Mortimer-Spoof-Caller-Extortion-Scam-Ta-1006364. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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