How to Spot a Scam

Friday, November 21, 2008

John Mark is Public Enemy #1

The gauntlet has been thrown down on John Mark and he is now our public enemy #1. In the past three months more people have reported his name to us than anyone else. Furthermore, our movement has caught fire and Sitter City has terminated his user name mycutelilangel and johndmark. This victory is only the beginning, as our goal is to shut this creep down once and for all. Please continue submitting any and all info that you may have on this person; especially any/all Sitter City user names.

On another note I can empathize with not receiving a job, but a solicitation to lose money. Let's face it we are not in the best of economic conditions. Perhaps you have been out of job for a while now, and were excited about the prospects of obtaining a new position. Maybe you went out and told your family and friends about this, only now to feel let down. If this is the case you should have nothing to feel embarrassed about.

Whether you are aware of it or not, you were led to this site for a reason. For some of you it was that "gut feeling" or intuition that said something is not right. Along the way I hope you took the time to realize that your not alone out there. Many people have been in the same position and can now share their experiences with the world. This empowerment is further proof of the age old saying, "While people lie, your intuition does not."

Make no mistake about it, the information compiled on this site is nothing short of information warfare for the 21st century. The scam artists featured are committed to lie, cheat, and steal in order to obtain their objectives. These objectives range from identity theft, international bank fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, and so on. Keeping informed on these tactics is the best way to protect yourself from financial ruin.

In conclusion, I want to thank everyone for their contributions. This site has become more popular and receives more hits than I would have ever dreamed. Many people have reversed course and were able to step back from the ledge in the nick of time. If you have any suggestions as to how this site could be better, please feel free to leave a message in the comments section of this post. Keep the Faith!

-CL Scambuster


Anonymous said...

John Mark almost had me this week for $1600.00 as I'm about to earn my BA this Dec. and start grad school this Jan. I was too excited to have the opportunity to pay for my Masters that I was blinded by the fact that it's too good to be true. I'm glad I started googling his name and came across this site. I recently spoke with him and he left me a message this morning. I think I'll file a police report just in case my identity ever does get stolen, but he has nothing more than general info. that can be located on the internet. I hope everyone does their research or at least calls to verify funds prior to becoming financially involved. 11/25/08.

Anonymous said...

If you come across John Mark, please call and notify your local news stations requesting that they provide the public with a consumer report. It'd be great if all of us victims can team up, spread the word through local news stations, and attempt to prevent other people like you and me from becoming involved in such a scam, especially during grim economic times.

Anonymous said...

Jeremy silver sent me 2 money orders for 980.00 each. he first contacted me using babysitmyangel on he kept on emphasizing that i deposit it to my bank but instead went to a check cashing place cuz i had no clue and now they have him how do i go about reporting it. Should I be scared being that he has my name and address? If anyone knows what i should do please e-mail me at Thanks