1. Matthew Vieke

    Brilliant! Why didn’t I think of that?

  2. Mike

    It tells me my information is invalid?? heh

  3. Chris Pund

    HAHA thats hilarious.

  4. kez

    Hm – I think that site seems a little insecure. They don’t have SSL for the form page – surely it’s not a good idea to fill out your credit card details without SSL running?!

    ; )

  5. John

    Sounds like a casino.

  6. spamjack

    Haha, try submitting something:

    Warning: fopen(/var/guaym/creditcards.txt): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/ on line 9
    error taking your money.

    Thank you, a f ,for giving us all your money!

  7. Jimbo jones

    I gave them all my money. You should too. It’s the right thing to do.

  8. Jesus Pina

    At least we have to give them some credit for being soooo creative !! 😉


  9. Ted

    Want to know a better way to make money? Play blackjack. I’m serious. Casino sites offer deposit bonuses that unlock after a certain amount has been wagered. If you play perfectly, you can give yourself a significant edge. The larger the bet, the larger the variance, the larger the winrate (per hour, not dollar invested).

  10. Dan Smith

    They’ve commented out a link to this page (their ‘security policy’) in the source – also v. funny 🙂

    [in case they notice the traffic and take it down…]
    “Your browser may pop up a dialogue explaining that there is a problem with the certificate supplied by ‘’. You may be wondering, “What is this, and what does it have to do with ‘’?”

    Here is the simple explanation: is a subsidiary website of Since we can’t afford to purchase a signing key from a root authority ( as no one has given us all their money… yet ), we have generated one for ourselves and signed it ourselves.

    Rest assured that even though we don’t subscribe to the paradigm that is the root authority certificate system, your credit card information IS BEING ENCRYTPED before being sent to us. No one outside our orginization will get it, and we will use it ONLY for the express purpose of taking all your money.

    thank you.
    the team “

  11. Alex Givant

    Don’t they afraid to step on government territory? I think IRS will ask to give this URL back since it’s their trademark. 🙂