M6DLP Beware

Discussion in 'Stolen Radios, Scams and Rip-Offs' started by KC2SST, Jan 19, 2012.

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  1. KC2SST

    KC2SST Ham Member QRZ Page

    There is a ham in the UK M6DLP. He has a page on QRZ but does not show up on DXZone or Hamcall. his name is Mike DL Palmer. This person or whomever is posing as him is a scammer. If he is a real ham I apologize for this and more importantly I am sorry for him if someone is posing as him. If you see this callsign beware and do not make any transactions with him.
     
  2. HI8SMX

    HI8SMX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes, he tried to scam me too a few days ago. I even posted it in this forum, "possible new scammer. Beware".
     
  3. WG2Y

    WG2Y Ham Member QRZ Page

    I reported this to Scotland Yard, the RSGB and the administrators of QRZ. His QRZ page is definately a fake. The poor typing that shows up on his QRZ page is aso evident on his e-mails. What is strange is that he was just made a member of the RSGB. I hope they correct this.
     
  4. AD6KA

    AD6KA Ham Member QRZ Page

    Interesting on the web page that he took the time
    to block out his personal vehicle's license plate numbers/letters
    in at least two photos. I understand the need for privacy in
    this crazy world, and if it was a garden variety website I would
    probably do the same. But his address is listed at the top of the
    page, and few people outside of ham radio would think to look
    for him on this site. Then again perhaps it's not his vehicle.
    He lists an employer, that's another avenue to persue.
     
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