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Method #2 to obtain scam numbers

cdizziecdizzie Administrator

Shared by @reportingscammers007 on https://scammer.info

Typo-squatting most certainly yields tech support pop ups, however, they are very geo-location specific.

If you are coming from an ISP that is outside of the US, you typically will not get the tech support popups.

If you are on a VPN vs. a regular "ISP" connection, you also will receive different targeted ads. Lastly, if you visit multiple sites throughout the day, you will get captcha codes for a lot of the advertisement sites.

The list I have, from another scammer.info member, is as follows:

http://ggmail.com

http://geogle.com

http://ghogle.com

http://goigle.com

http://googae.com

http://googee.com

http://googfe.com

http://googhe.com

http://googln.com

http://googlo.com

http://googme.com

http://googpe.com

http://googre.com

http://googte.com

http://googwe.com

http://gookle.com

http://goolle.com

http://goonle.com

http://gooqle.com

http://gooxle.com

http://gooyle.com

http://gopgle.com

http://gpogle.com

http://guogle.com

http://gyogle.com

http://youtubd.com

http://youtubs.com

http://youtubu.com

What I do is go to http://www.openmultipleurl.com in Incognito Mode and paste in the above list. I turn off popup blocking (or allow the domain) and let all of the sites load at once. This has revealed multiple fake tech support popups.

Burn it to the ground

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