[ RadSafe ] Scammer is using radsafe harvested addresses - beware

Dan McCarn hotgreenchile at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 23:25:04 CDT 2015

Hi Group:

Several times last week, someone called regarding an "error" in one of our
computer systems. When he called while I was home, it turned out it was a
scam and it is very likely he that he got the contact information from
RADSAFE. When I challenged him, he uttered a string of profanities and
hung-up. BTW, he was asking about a WIndows 7 installation, which we have
none. Since I follow procedure and identify myself when I comment on
RADSAFE, my information is already out there...

Dan ii

Dan W McCarn, Geologist
108 Sherwood Blvd
Los Alamos, NM 87544-3425
+1-505-672-2014 (Home – New Mexico)
+1-505-670-8123 (Mobile - New Mexico)
HotGreenChile at gmail.com (Private email) HotGreenChile at gmail dot com

On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 9:18 AM, Sander Perle <sandyfl at cox.net> wrote:

> Thanks Dimiter,
> I did not receive one of these here on Radsafe, but I did receive this
> about
> 2 weeks ago (modified a little to fit the circumstances) supposedly from my
> Insurance Agent. It had her Signature Line with name, address, phone
> numbers
> and License Number. The phone and license as well as the e-mail were
> incorrect, so I knew that it was a scam. I also contacted her colleagues
> and
> subsequently, I did hear from the ³real² person who confirmed that her
> account had been hacked.
> I hope that you wrote the real person on Radsafe to let them know that
> their
> Contact List had been hacked.
> Regards,
> Sandy
> Retired, Consultant
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