Pay Per Head Scammers Have Industry on Edge: Leads Investigated

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/21/2013
Fake Pay Per Head Website Continues to Infuriate Sector:  Leads Investigated

Nearly everyone in the pay per head industry, most of which is based in Costa Rica, are outraged by a group of scammers that have inundated the Net with emails suggesting they have a direct relationship with the likes of respected PPH companies like WagerHome.com and Perhead.com.

Now comes word that the scammers in question are sending out email spam utilizing compromised emails of sports betting forum eog.com.  The site had previously been using emails of another forum site, therx.com.

Gambling911.com was advised that the perpetrators were close to being tracked down.

A copy of the spam email sent out appears below:

 

news@eog.com

 

Dear sports book agents,

This is the pay per head service for this NFL season. They offer loads of features at a fraction of the price.

 

http://www.*******.co

 

Their service and staff speak for them selves, Try one week free!

 

Those utilizing pay per head businesses should be cautious and only deal with known enterprises, those represented on the Gambling911.com website.  The real Perhead.com has also been deemed a safe company by G911 and those within the industry.

The group has placed this Craigslist ad.  Oklahoma City area agents/bookies should especially exercise caution. 

 

Starting as low as $4 per head. Get high quality service from our in-house software and setup. No third parties!

Software is built by, maintained, secured and customized in house.

Offering all major sports, live lines, propositions and much more!

Custom/Discreet web pages can be made for any customer.

Free trials available.
Discounts are available and are based on customer volume.

For more details contact us anytime:
By Phone: 1-877-725-4279

By Web: http://www.SBM********.com

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

 

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