Deep Web Scam Sites

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There are lots of markets and independent vendors on the deep web and dark web to acquire goods and services from, but many them are scams.

If you’ve been on the deepweb, you have probably heard of the Hidden Wiki.

You may think of the site as reliable and a good place to access darkweb links to trusted vendors – but you have to know that the real scams are in sites like the Hidden Wiki.

Before we go into the subject of the instability of the Hidden Wiki, some background information about it is important.

The Hidden Wiki is a site which provides links to sites on the dark web (for stolen PayPal sites, stolen credits cards, etc.).

The site was founded in late 2011 with its promise to provide links to Deep Web websites.

In August 2013, the site was switched to being hosted on Freedom Hosting.

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With Freedom Hosting having gone down later that year, the website went down with it.

That did not stop other people from making clones of the Hidden Wiki that did the same thing as the original, though.

Back to the subject of the links which The Hidden Wiki shows.

People have paid the Wiki’s administrators thousands of dollars to put their website in its directory.

Most of these people who pay for their links to be put up are usually trying to scam the people that click them.

The Hidden Wiki knows these links are scams, but they do not care because they’re getting paid.

Furthermore, they also know that they can take advantage of new users on the deep web.

New users do not know that some links are not trustworthy, leading many to lose money on these sites.

Scammers are not the only ones trying to mess with new users on the Hidden Wiki, however; law enforcement agencies are, too.

For example, there are links to websites where you can supposedly hire a hitman -every single one of these hitman sites are absolutely bogus.

Many are set up by law enforcement groups, who will proceed to arrest you should you attempt to use their advertised service.

People also set up hitman websites for $15,000 per hitman job, so that when someone pays they can take the money and run or proceed to extort the client.

Hitman jobs are not the only scams that people do.

I’ve personally checked out fake stolen credits card websites.

The websites had a very clean, professional look and vibe to them that many trustworthy stolen credits card vendors do not have.

In this case, they’ve ousted themselves by trying to appear professional – something that goes against the grain of this community.

The whole website felt like it was screaming that it was a scam.The same thing applied to the stolen PayPal account vendors and many other websites.

If, you’re getting into the business of buying things from vendors, we have a list here which will take you to trusted vendor sites that we have compiled.With the exception of the Hidden Wiki’s marketplace being a scam, the rest of the site’s content is fine, all things considered.

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If you’ve been on the deepweb, you have probably heard of the Hidden Wiki.

Every single Hidden Wiki clone are all fake and scams.

There are many other clones of the Hidden Wiki waiting to be found on the deep web, but they are usually down or ones that people don’t know about.

An example of a scam which happened pretty recently was one for Donald Trump’s assassination.

Supporters would pay money to the people in a fundraising-like format, and they said they would in turn allegedly assassinate Donald Trump.

They accepted Bitcoin for the fundraiser and the amount of money raised is unknown due to the website being shut down.

The fundraiser not only targeted Donald Trump, but it targeted Mike Pence as well.

It is believed that many people sent money for the fundraiser due to the negativity towards the Trump campaign.

Two years ago, a large darknet market by the name of‘Evolution Marketplace’connedusers and took millions of dollars’ worth of bitcoins with them in a high-profile exit scam.

 

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They accepted Bitcoin for the fundraiser and the amount of money raised is unknown due to the website being shut down.

The owner and administrators left with over Twelve Million dollars in bitcoin and vanished after a user confronted an administrator.

 

This article only covered a small amount out of the thousands of scam sites that are infesting the dark web.

Not all advertised sites area reliable place to buy things, unfortunately.

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31 COMMENTS

  1. Anonymous

    So can you help me out with something if you are an expert?

    • Anonymous

      I bought CVV and I got the same city proxy, yet i still can’t card items. I need to buy AGC please, can you help me out?

  2. Anonymous

    I bought CVV and I got the same city proxy, yet i still can’t card items. I need to buy AGC please, can you help me out?

    • Anonymous

      bought CVV and I got the same city proxy, yet i still can’t card items. I need to buy AGC please, can you help me out?

  3. Anonymous

    Hello

    • Anonymous

      Cant help you here

  4. Anonymous

    hi its join group im friendas anonymus

  5. Anonymous

    Bro I don`think any one wants to help you SO SORRY LOL!!!!!!!!!

  6. Anonymous

    I got $150 dollars scammed on the “Wall Street Tor”, bought a PS4, never came, vendor went full Houdini and disappeared 🙁 I wish I had them back.

  7. Anonymous

    I need credit card vendor

    • Anonymous

      did you end up finding anything

  8. Anonymous

    hmm ok.

  9. Anonymous

    I got 120 dollars scammed on royal card bought credit card .
    all site in deep web is scammed site , Please access dark web ….not legit site on deep web.

  10. Anonymous

    After such scams I just want to help NSA. Copy pasye all these links and send them directly to FBI report section. So these scammers sites get rekt.

    • Anonymous

      Pls dont you can fuck up alot of legit websites. I have bought some stuff from the deep web.

  11. Anonymous

    Every site I have been to on the dark web is a scam. What a pathetic joke this shit is.

  12. Anonymous

    I need USA social security number with mobile number. Somany deals. 40% on each

  13. Anonymous

    How do we know your urls arent to scam sites?

  14. Anonymous

    royal cash and most of hidden wiki services are SCAMS beware for screen shots reply this comments

    • Anonymous

      Hello,

      are you sure with the fact that royal cash is a scam?

      Greetings

    • Anonymous

      have you got screen shots ?

  15. Anonymous

    These hackers are not real. They hide behind the dark web thinking there safe .
    I urge all that have been ripped to report to any other than on here .
    THEY ARE all losers
    THEY feel big hiding on here Pussies.

    • Anonymous

      Where report?

    • Anonymous

      Snitches get stitches

  16. Anonymous

    Losers faked

  17. Anonymous

    Anyone thinking of reporting scam sites to the police is a fucking idiot. Sorry ya got scammed out of stealling someones identity is probably the best response you will get.

  18. Anonymous

    All requests for CVV’s have been noted. Please be aware you are not anonymous and you may be tracked for further information.

    Information can be obtained for DP 2018 by visiting police.gov.uk you have been warned

  19. Anonymous

    I lost 55$ to Wallstreet Market. De Socks5 I orderd are great. But the CreditCards voor 12$ each are incorrect and does’nt work.

  20. Anonymous

    Stack wolf [email protected] is a SCAM. Stay clear ! He takes your money and runs

  21. Anonymous

    best scam would be the nice guy warning of scams while scamming the hell out of you – oh man how much I adore paranoia – keep save and rethink your potentially small time crook shit before you get shit headed

  22. Anonymous

    “Imperial store team”

    ARE FUCKING SCAMMERS, THEY ADVERTISE ON SECMAIL.PRO OBVIOUSLY THEY ARE PAYING THEM ON THE SIDE TO HAVE AD UP, I HAVE ALL THE EMAILS, MADE PURCHASE AND HE STOPPED REPLYING FOR 3 DAYS NOW

    SITE IS xzozobvbksp46dwu.onion/

    BEST FINANCIAL SERVICE THEY ADVERTISE- SHOULD BE BEST FINANCIAL SCAMMERS

    FUCKING BUNCH OF CUNTS!

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