Did you get spam with links in the email going to AffairAlert.com, so did I. I can tell you the whole thing is fake. There is no girl named “Carlie” it’s all a trick to get you to click on the link and sign up on AffairAlert.com. Don’t fall for the scam, now you know better. Read the full report below.
Quick Info On The Scammer
- Name: Carlie Adams, Carlie Taylor, Margaret
- Email Addresses: Carliegirliex@aol.com,firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
- Scam Site: AffairAlert.com
1st Scam Email
“heyy i attached a pic of myself i will text you more pics i have pics on here too
go there (http://affairalert.com/?page=pg1&wm_login=emllc&ps=s)
and search for me my name is carlee 🙂 talk to you soon!”
“Just got access to a new site i wanted to tell you about This one is even easier to get girls on.
I found a girl that said she was seductive and challenged her to prove it . BOY did she! We had a blast and we’re going out again soon.. But get this. When I got home from that date, I already had 3 more messages waiting for me
.This site is like a gold mine for hot chicks.
Check it out HERE (http://www.affairalert.com/?page=x1&wm_login=emllc&ps=s)
Get in there, view some seductive (or sweet lol) girls and flirt all night long”
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