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Date Posted by Category User IP

2012-04-08 (UTC)

KA2VAW

SCAMS

BEWARE SCAM BEWARE

Hello all.

Last week I was offered three (3)
Boomer antennas by a amateur radio
operator who claimed to be G0KHO
residing in the UK. Claimed to be
active on EME.
After several emails and a little
internet checking I realized that
this is probably a stolen identity.

The email address is not the same
as listed on QRZ. The profile and
interests for G0KHO are also
different than what is listed on
QRZ.
The incorrect email address given
is G0KHO @YAHOO.COM

The person who wrote to me did use
the correct name for G0KHO.

I do not think the real G0KHO has
any knowledge that his call sign
has been used to solicit offers for
amateur radio equipment.

All of my emails to the person
listed on QRZ as G0KHO have gone
unanswered.

If anyone knows the real G0KHO,
please make him aware of what is
going on.

The first solicitation that I
received started last week on
April 1, 2012.

Please beware.


KA2VAW

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