Fiverr is an excellent site that allows you to buy / sell services – all of which cost $5.
There’s all sorts of crazy things on there, but does it attract rogues and individuals who generally want to mess up your day?
You bet. With a little furtive digging you can uncover all sorts of dubious antics up for grabs – for the low, low price of $5!
There’s this guy, who is selling an XBox Live account (not something we’d advise purchasing, as more often than not XBox Live accounts up for sale have been phished):
We also have someone claiming they can “unlock all achievements” in your games. This will be done by using custom made software to tamper with the data on your XBox profile (again, not advisable) and unlock all the gaming achievements artificially.
Note that unless they do it the “right” way (and this is a very tricky thing to pull off), Microsoft can easily tell which profiles have been fiddled with leading to a banhammer – and there’s no guarantee the seller will give you your account back at the end of it.
The Playstation network isn’t safe from these kinds of sales either:
Moving the notch up a little bit, you can find a lot of spreading guides and hacking tutorials (cpalead surveys and i-stealers are popular topics of conversation):
Can we find guidance on how to phish accounts and sell them on for a profit too? You bet:
Some users also spend their time offering up “undetectable keyloggers”:
I’m not entirely sure what the deal is with the odd Blue Steel pose there, but if you really want to be annoying you can find people who will happily delete accounts on sites such as Facebook:
I don’t know about you, but I’m going to stick to “Learn to be a Ninja” and “Will sing any song in Hindi for $5”.