SMS Scam Spam Supari

Posted on February 1, 2009
Filed Under Economy & Development, Science and Technology, Society
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Babar Bhatti

I found this hilarious message at Karachi Metroblog. The spelling mistakes are included for free for your entertainment.

By the way, don’t forget to send the NIC with your phone if you want the millions promised below.

LOL – this guy sends spam via sms and asks you to mail all the info!

The sad part is that too much of such SMS fraud is now happening in Pakistan. I guess this is what we can call ‘Scam Spam.’ Do you have any stories of your favorite SMS Scams?

Read more on Tasty Gold Supari, here.

Babar Bhatti blogs at telecompk, where this was originally published.

11 responses to “SMS Scam Spam Supari”

  1. Tariq Bilal says:

    For information of all readers I would like to point out that now the National Response Centre for Cyber Crimes (NR3C), a project of the Government of Pakistan being implemented by the Federal Investigation Agency is entertaining applications against such scams and has already sent many culprits behind the bars.

  2. Farhan Abbas says:

    This also happens with emails, i usually get emails saying “Congratulations! you have won 100000$” send us your information to get your prize.

    But this all is fake, New internet users oftenly start wasting their time in it that they must NOT do, sending personal information would also be harmful!

  3. Abdul Aleem says:

    Regarding Spam SMS, Etisalat (the biggest operator in GULF) has warned all its users to be careful about the SMS the receive specifically from Pakistan. Apparently people are getting Spam SMS from pakistan telling them that they have won some big prize in a draw and in response asking them to give them personal information or the Etisalat Pre-Pay card numbers.

    i felt bad when Pakistan was specifically mentioned in the warning for all users. Like we did’nt have enough bad name in the world already.

  4. ali says:

    The guy seems to be enterprising, he has written urdu well in english.He has conveyed his message to the point and I see no spelling mistakes.

  5. Aamer Javed says:

    btw that title is a tongue twister..

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