Month: February 2018

No turning back now.

Here’s a quick update on what’s been happening lately on the site.  The switch to the new server is 100% done, and the old server has been wiped ready to go back to the hosting company tomorrow.  It’s a good thing too, as to do a switchover you need both servers and for both servers […]

Quick media alert.

We made it to the media again, talking about romance scammers.  Click “Continue reading” for the full article.

Of mice, men and moving servers.

It’s been – let’s just say “interesting” moving to the new server.  The things we thought would be hard were easy, and the things we expected to be smooth sailing took hours to fix.  It wasn’t helped by the fact any changes took up to 12 hours to propogate to the DNS servers.  There’s no […]

How Victims have helped.

Here at Scamsurvivors, we often call, text, or E-mail victims and potential victims of scams to warn them they are being targeted by scammers. One of the calls paid off in a huge way a few years ago. I called and warned a victim and asked if they would send me the scammer’s E-mail’s that […]

Ooh, shiny!

A few years ago, we moved to a new server.  Our server history was sketchy at best, with one host kicking us off after a DDoS attack that took down the entire node and another that gave us a system with a faulty hard drive that cost us almost a month of hair pulling and […]