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SCAM ALERT: "ABDL Community" Pt. 2



So, we've gathered the info and now it's time to pass it on to ya'll.

  • Please see Part 1 for more information on how this fell in our laps.

  • If you're looking for the meat of who these folks are (phone numbers/contact info), see this section.

  • If you want to know why they'll be caught, see this section.

"ABDL Community for All" Scammers
"ABDL Community for All" Scammers

We were approached last week by a person who had been swindled out of thousands of dollars by the group "ABDL Community for All." You might recognize their logo because they've been collecting followers on Instagram like gangbusters. Because he had seen images of our Bitmoji on the "ABDL Community" social media, he had thought that they were affiliated with us or that we supported them in some way.

We are NOT affiliated with "ABDL Community for All!"

We are bringing you this story because we've heard things like this happening before and we want to do our best to get this information out to the public so that 1) this doesn't happen to other people and 2) we can get these swindlers put behind bars!!! We are going to the FBI Cyber Crimes division to report it and we're looking for other victims of this group who want to volunteer other information.

If you'd like to report a crime similar to this one, please visit the FBI Cyber Crimes website: https://www.ic3.gov/

The Story of Fred

We go through the story of Fred in the above video, but here is a synopsis of what happened to him.


"ABDL Community" Social Media

So, Fred saw on their social media all kinds of wonderful images and stories attributed to what looked to be an ABDL community. They talked about their mission and advertised their website and mobile app. For all intents and purposes, they seemed legit.


Their Mommies

They had images of Mommies and provided screenshots of interactions with the Caregivers. Those of you who have been in the community for some time will no doubt recognize folks in this gallery.


Their Nurseries

There were lots of photos of "their nurseries." I didn't realize that CAPCon was a nursery, but...


Warnings

They even went so far as to warn people about scammers:


The Website

So Fred went to the website that they were advertising (https://shoutout.wix.com/so/7fO4j5gDt?languageTag=en) and decided to join their organization.


After joining, he paid several fees to be able to match with a Caregiver and become a member of their various groups.


Mommy Khima

He was introduced to Mommy Khima and paid extra for a "Relationship Certification." Below is Khima's profile, the Certification, and some of their communication (the images of which are put into this gallery backwards, so scroll to the end if you want to look at them in order).


A few red flags are highlighted; however, one of the overall issues is that they're not really engaging in deep conversation. "Khima" typically only has one or two lines of communication - most of which are "ok baby."


Please note that Fred's first language isn't English.


You may notice that there are a lot of references to money in their conversations. And towards the end, she brought up something about a hospital. She started to bait Fred into feeling sorry for her and triggered an interest in helping her.


At this point, Fred was wary; however, he still saw signs that this organization was legitimate. Many of the "Mommies" have social media profiles and they were actively engaging on the website. They also freely give their phone number publicly so it makes it seem like they have nothing to hide.


(707) 412-0217

Here's the thing... if you look up the number, it leads down the rabbit hole. Initially, you might notice that it's the thread between several Caregiver ads - which makes sense. But, you'll also see a trend in snapchat handles, emails, and similar names if you investigate further.


Take a look at the following gallery. You'll see many of the same names used, with different profile photos using stolen images (or Bitmojis, in the case of the one stolen from Mommy Black).



Common Threads

When we were collecting information, we found that certain names kept popping up and many sites and profiles seem to be related. By the time this information is out in the world, hopefully many of these will have been closed. But this is what we found doing a cursory search.


Snapchat:

tinawells7555

Tinawest7555

Marywells202342

Tinawells223856 - Mommy Tina


Emails:

khimakutie@gmail.com

kutiekhima6@gmail.com

reginaodwyer33@gmail.com

ellaaawest@gmail.com

jadehouston55@gmail.com

anitamommy2@gmail.com

marwells121@gmail.com

owenterrance94@gmail.com


Related profiles:



The Kidnapping

By this time, Fred was invested in his "relationship" with Khima, he felt a bond with her (which can be quick and strong in the Cg/l dynamic). So when she told him that she wanted to get out of her contract with the ABDL Community group, he was supportive of her. Unfortunately, it was only after she'd done so that she suddenly realized that in her contract there was an early termination fee.


She, of course, didn't have the money, but if he could give her a small loan, she'd gladly sign an affidavit to repay him. He also received a lovely letter from an attorney, laying out the case for him. Oh and also, they were keeping her against her will...