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Cash Paradise University

Hey

First of all I want state that I do NOT support any criminal and illegal activity, this post has only informational character.

Ever dreamed about becoming cyber criminal? Your dreams might become true, because some group of scammers or single one decided to open how they call it "Cash Paradise University".


Prices for lessons ranges from 50$ (basics about hiding identity online) to even 500$ (botnet). According to one of instructors profile on some scam forum, already more than dozen people took part in his lessons, made it through it and most of them are happy about their teacher.

Well, this proves that internet is serious business and we have to take care of our wallets here, just like we do in real world.

For knownloage hungry people I have this link - list of more than 500 freely available programming books. Enjoy.

37 comments:

  1. Awesome link (the programming books one I mean). Thanks!

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  2. Cash Paradise University , so scam-like name :)

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  3. cool info. Nice heads up on the scam too

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  4. wow, people make crazy money like that o.o

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  5. it's like that book entitled "how to make money buy selling a book for $50" lol

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  6. Scam online marketing, FTL..

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  7. That Cash Paradise image sure looks inviting. Very strange, but very inviting.

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  8. Seriously...pay to become a hacker?

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  9. this is absurd. obviously one of the stupidest scams ever conceived

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  10. I won't buy this, but the pic looks good

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  11. Sounds like something I'd do. It's probably a scam. Following up on taking $50, I'd probably try selling you a book on scamming for another $50.

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  12. Wow. The link. What a resource! Screw the $50 a head scam.

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  13. i wouldnt buy this also...sounds like scam!

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  14. it just proved that internet really is
    serious business.

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  15. yeah looks like a scam to me, not the books tho =P.

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  16. 50 bucks? sounds like a good invest!

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  17. 50 bucks? No thanks, I'll better keep them in my wallet.

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  18. @Jonathan Amador

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_crime

    at your service

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  19. The type of people you see on the internet, trying to scam to get money. Now that's just sad.

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  20. nahh.
    commenting and f5'ing help me now.

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  21. Oh hey, internet criminal universities. Meh, really. :p

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  22. I'm having a hard time believing this.

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  23. haha i love that you don't support it, but then contradict yourself lolol

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