– Gotten a message that says SOMEBODY COPIED ALL YOUR PICS ON TO and wondered WTF is going on?

Here’s what you need to know about the website:

  • There are no pics of you on this peepatpeeps site.
  • There are no pics of anyone on this website.
  • This site is promoted by fake bulletins and comment spam.
  • The whole site is nothing but a scam.
  • is identical to and other sites

You can see that the website is served up through an iframe from, just like the website that popped up last week and other identical websites like and

All of these scam sites trick you into comig to the site with fake messages about your pics being there or your profile being copied there or other nonsense like that.

Other spam and scam messages related to this site include:

  • your myspace pics are being traded at
  • ur myspace was archived and copied on to peepatpeeps… etc, etc, etc

Next, this scam website tries to trick you with a ”free gift” popup:

So, because you are given no other option than to click “OK”, you go ahead and click; then find out that your supposed “free gift” is a Dell laptop. Pretty exciting right?

Of course, there is a catch. (There’s always a catch with these websites.)

To get your “free gift” laptop, you have to give all your personal information to the scammers and then agree to receive all sorts of advertising from their promotional partners.

Even worse, you have to complete sixteen (16!) promotional offers to qualify for your “free” gift. The scammers get paid for every offer someone completes and they trick a whole lot of people into coming to these sites every day.

There’s a whole lot more to this whole spam and scam webite, but you get the general idea. The whole thing is nothing but trouble with a capital T!

For more details on how the whole scam works, read our previous post which goes into great detail about it:

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