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PpredatorsWatch.com Is A BlackMailing Scam

It looks like the assholes behind PredatorsWatch.com have a new domain name setup called PpredatorsWatch.com to redirect to PredatorsWatch.com. If you don’t know about PredatorsWatch.com, it’s a fake site that exposes online predators but in reality it’s a scam that has angered many innocent people across the USA. The scam works when you respond to what you think are personal ads on CraigsList. Once you respond to some of these fake personal ads the scumbags behind PpredatorsWatch.com will send you an email like the one shown below. You check what was said about you on PpredatorsWatch.com (which redirects to PredatorsWatch.com) and  whatever is written is completely false but you can paid to have it removed for $99.95. That is the whole scam right there, it’s all about blackmailing you to have your fake Predator information removed. Read the full report below.

Quick Info On The Scammer

  • Name: PredatorsWatch.com Support
  • Email Addresses: support@predatorswatch.com, MaegyvrsdleenJacquiline@hotmail.com
  • Scam sites: PredatorsWatchs.com and PpredatorsWatch.com which redirects to PredatorsWatch.com.

Scam Email:

From: MaegyvrsdleenJacquiline@hotmail.com
Subject: Is this you? youre an online predator?
To: myemailaddress@gmail.com

“hey id meet up, but when i searched your email i found this http://Prredatorswatch.com/profile/view/ is this for real? i dont think i want to meet somebody who is listed as an online predator if thats not true id delete that.

sent from my iPhone”

Credit Card Charges You Get Billed

  1. $99.95 to PredatorsWatch.com.

Owner Of PrredatorswWatch.com

  • Name:
  • Phone: +91.1204323500
  • Address: D-25,Sec-3 Noida Uttar Pradesh 201301 India
  • Email: email@net4.in

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  1. Terminator March 14, 2013 4:47 pm Reply

    Understand that PredatorsWatch is doing this to make money; it’s nothing against you personally; you only represent a potential dollar amount to them, nothing more.

    Take away their ability to conduct transactions over the Web and you take away their incentive to continue their operation.

    It appears their website files are hosted on a home server which uses DNS software to hide their geographic location. If you paste in their website’s IP address ( in the following tool, it shows their host server’s physical location is in Antarctica.


    No legitimate business would go to such lengths to obfuscate their identity and physical location.

    Since their ‘payment for removal’ doesn’t use a third-party card processor such as PayPal, it’s reasonable to assume they have their own Merchants Account, which enables them to process credit card transactions via their website.

    There are certain rules and guidelines that must be followed to have your own Merchants Account, and to also display the banking organizations’ logos which guarantee payments. In this case, they are:

    American Express

    Requirements for a Merchant Account

    Since the extortion amounts are small ($99.95), they are under the requisite threshold dollar amount for federal intervention on scams, regardless of their potential aggregate dollar value over time.

    All said, the only course of action is to contact the banking institutions (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express) which guarantee payments, and report PredatorsWatch as an unethical operation that steals personal information from the Internet for the explicit purpose of extorting money.

    These banks DO NOT allow their logos to be displayed by, or associated with scam operations, or those that hide their identity and geographic location.

  2. skier732000 April 3, 2013 11:54 am Reply

    Before getting wound up about one of these blackmail attempts, instead of clicking on the email’s link, do a google search for the email they claim is published. Chances are you won’t find it (at least, if you don’t click on the link). Just delete the threatening email and go on about your business.

    • dude April 4, 2013 3:18 pm Reply

      Skier732000 My email is definitely one of the ones on their site, and I am certainly no predator…I may have a little fun in craigslist, but harmless. My picture is also posted..the good thing is that I always use a fake email…even the one I used on this post..sux my picture is posted on that site, but its not like anyone is going to find it.

  3. evil0zero April 5, 2013 4:15 am Reply

    sick anonymous on em


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