The Pillory! Scammers, Spammers, and other Nitwits!

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Last updated on 28 January 2021

They seem to crawl out of every nook and cranny of the smelly internet. Like cockroaches, the scammers and spammers emerge after dark to attack you and your machine or website. Any computer or site, of any kind and couleur.

Phishing, code injection, outright fraud, or blocking your work. Whatever dumb fancy these guys like to follow.

We get our fair share of this kind of miscellaneous bullshit, too. You know, from creatures that won’t stick to rulez or guidelines. And as we have fun writing stuff, the RMR deck crew decided to create a pillory.

So that all those dumb fucks can showcase their highly illegal wares. On a fully indexed page, no less. Accessible by the public at large. Including enforcement agencies, and whoever else is curious enough to browse through here.

Cool, huh? Yeah, we think so, too. RockmusicRaider strikes back, that kind of thing. The attack of the Death Star all over again, have Darth Vader on your side for once. But let’s not get carried away and instead hack away at all those undesired findings.

So, let the fun begin.


January 2021

19 January 2021 – Hosting Renewal – Phishing Scam

  • Illegal: Yes
  • Vector: Contact Form
RockmusicRaider Pillory - New Hosting Phishing Scam

Somebody trying to lure me away from my hosting by throwing coupons at me? Aha. Ah, but first, who am I talking to exactly? A hosting company with no website? Selling things like ‘Best Value Web Products’. Thanks, that’s some staggering value proposition. Well, there’s a lot of questions for gragg.lashunda19@msn.com and they should be asked. Only, never ever click on that link. It will not end well.


06 January 2021 – Richard Wahl Phishing Scam

  • Illegal: Yes
  • Vector: Contact Form
RockmusicRaider Pillory - Richard Wahl Phishing Scam

Well, where to begin. This scam is so old, it almost stinks. Richard Wahl did indeed win the lottery. But he isn’t distributing his monies. Instead, an army of scammers has taken over and tries to extort their victims. I am truly not sure who in his or her right mind would latch on to this, but – apparently – it works. And who would trust a website that call itself literally ‘no-site’? I rest my case. Meantime, let’s all send mails to maikereine.mmr@gmail.com and ask for a few million. In cash, in an unmarked leather bag. That would be fun, right?


November 2020


05 Nov 2020 – Canadian Google Docs Scam

  • Illegal: Yes, once the scam starts
  • Vector: Contact Form
RockmusicRaider Pillory - Canadian religious nut Google Docs scam

I almost laughed when I saw that one. At the outset, there does not seem to be much amiss. Apart from some Canadian conspiracy nut meandering from bizarre Covid allegations to total religious fervor. What can I say? Thick as a brick comes to mind. And probably in cahoots with these two bozos.

But, did you spot the scam? Right, it’s there in front of you. To the right of the ‘website’ opener, you’ll find a link to a Google Docs page. So, it’s not a website at all, it’s an edit page. At the end of the day, this is phishing, and not a very elegant attempt. Older versions of the scam were killed quickly by Google. Albeit that there’s a new one out there that downloads a key logger.

No clicking here. Shawna baby is a fraud.