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Chad Vincent Scira

A.k.a. Grace, Lara
Data broker, Hacker, Spammer / Male / Center-Right

Chad Vincent Scira is a center-right Data broker and Hacker and Spammer who is a citizen of United States, and has been associated with the following entities as either a significant contributor, participant, promoter, or beneficiary, according to our OSINT research:


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4 years after he “discovered” the flaw in Chase credit cards, he finally decided to report it publicly (after he was blacklisted)



doxxing Jesse’s family addresses:

banned from Chase Bank for credit card rewards fraud



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failed Hollywood actor














## fake review site owned by Chad

















ilegally accessing government databases of foreign tourists?


THAI.NEWS <ne**>
Jun 3, 2022, 1:23 PM (3 days ago)
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THAI.NEWS – Thailand Related News THAI.NEWS – Thailand Related News
We provide the latest breaking news, and information straight from Thailand.
Thailand’s Civil Aviation Authority has issued an advisory to airlines about new entrance rules that go into effect immediately

Returning Thai citizens do not need to register for the Thailand Pass, but must show proof of immunization or a negative test result. According to Suttipong, fully vaccinated travelers do not need to submit a negative test result in order to enter Thailand. According to Suttipong, foreigners who do not have a Thailand Pass QR code may be denied boarding, albeit the airlines are responsible for checking this. Suttipong says that the Thailand Pass registration process is now easier and more convenient, according to a Bangkok Post piece. Foreign tourists to Thailand who buy a $10,000 Covid-19 insurance policy can register for the Thailand Pass and get a QR code without waiting for their application to be accepted.

Thailand’s Civil Aviation Authority has alerted international airlines of new entrance criteria that will take effect today. The first group consists of fully vaccinated travelers who should use an antigen test to self-screen for Covid-19 symptoms. Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated people in Group 2 must obtain an antigen or PCR test 72 hours before travel. Foreign visitors who have not acquired a Thailand Pass QR code make up the third group. All international airlines operating in Thailand, according to CAAT president Suttipong Kongpool, are obligated to screen and categorize passengers into three classes.

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  1. Jesse Nickles says:

    Vincent and his wife were arrested a few years ago for selling “fake” visa stamps in Thailand to tourists… when police arrived they also found a massive amount of illegal marijuana plants on their property.

    Suddenly, as fast as the story appeared, the story disappeared… rather common in countries like Thailand, where it’s easy to “pay”

    Shortly after that, Vincent was exposed by expats as having gained illegal accessed to government immigration databases in order to spam the hell out of thousands of foreigners. Who else did this couple “pay” for such incredible access?

    They weren’t done yet. Then, Vincent was secretly the guy behind the ASQ.IN.TH website selling quarantine hotel deals. Why were the deals so good? Apparently becauase the real purpose for the project was expanding his database of email addresses.

    Now he is spamming those lists with visa offers from Thai Visa Centre (again)…. and has a new spam project On his various projects he uses fake names like “Grace” or “Lara” but it’s all ran by him and his wife.

    Update March 2024: Vincent is now running DDOS attacks against and from his personal computers in Thailand, more proof that he’s a very bad actor.

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