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Cyberscams : A visual guide to 25 of the biggest Internet scams. By James Elliott
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When you walk out onto the street you don’t expect to be hit by a bus – but you know it could happen. It’s a different story when you’re on the Internet though, you should... More > expect scam emails. In order for you to defend your self you need to know the who, what, where, how and why about Internet scams. Learn – WHO … is running these scams? WHAT … are they doing and how do they do it? WHERE … are these people located? HOW … do they get your personal details and what they do with this information? WHY … do they do it? BUT most importantly this book will show you what scams look like so you can spot scams yourself. This book will teach you all the above and two other pieces of key information – how to avoid being scammed and what to do if you are a victim. After everything is said and done there is only one guaranteed method of stopping these scams, and that is KNOWLEDGE - this book will give you just that.< Less
Micron Associates: Advisers warned over land registry phishing scam By Jordan Tyson
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Source http://www.ftadviser.com/2013/09/03/ifa-industry/technology/advisers-warned-over-land-registry-phishing-scam-q79JcNimjcpjBcci32na8H/article.html An email message purporting to be from The... More > Land Registry may actually be a malicious fake and advisers or brokers that arrange mortgages could be particularly at risk, an IFA has warned. Neil Liversidge, managing director of West Riding Personal Financial Solutions, received an email claiming to be from The Land Registry telling him a direct debit of £208 would soon be taken from his account. The message went on to say details of what was to be paid could be viewed by opening an attached .zip file. Thinking something was amiss, Mr Liversidge called The Land Registry only to receive a recorded message warning against scam emails such as this.< Less
Cyberscams : A visual guide to 25 of the Internets biggets scams. (ebook) By James Elliott
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When you walk out onto the street you don’t expect to be hit by a bus – but you know it could happen. It’s a different story when you’re on the Internet though, you should... More > expect scam emails. In order for you to defend your self you need to know the who, what, where, how and why about Internet scams. Learn – WHO … is running these scams? WHAT … are they doing and how do they do it? WHERE … are these people located? HOW … do they get your personal details and what they do with this information? WHY … do they do it? BUT most importantly this book will show you what scams look like so you can spot scams yourself. This book will teach you all the above and two other pieces of key information – how to avoid being scammed and what to do if you are a victim. After everything is said and done there is only one guaranteed method of stopping these scams, and that is KNOWLEDGE - this book will give you just that.< Less
International Asia Global Alternative Energy Fraud Watch: Clean Energy Scams and What To Do About Them By Jaxxon Wolfe
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http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/article/2009/08/clean-energy-scams-and-what-to-do-about-them international asia global alternative energy fraud watch As a clean energy installer, it... More > really infuriates me when I read inflated and bogus marketing claims put forth by obvious scammers. What do you think we, as an industry, should do about this? Why don't you expose them? – Bill C., Clean Energy Installer Bill, this isn’t the first time I’ve heard this question and now that we are in a clean energy renaissance, I expect it won’t be the last. To others out there, please feel free to send me examples by emailing solarsklar@aol.com along with any questions for further columns. To answer Bill’s question, I’d like to address both the installer and the consumer. Here’s my double response: Dear clean energy business: If you see a store being robbed, you call the police. If you believe you are seeing a fraudulent business making bogus claims, drop a note to your State Attorney General’s Office.< Less
Building Network Marketing Relationships:With E-mail Marketing By Brad Callen
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Have you ever wondered how the heavy hitters in the network marketing industry jump from companies to companies effortlessly while bringing their entire network along with them? I witnessed it first... More > hand as one of the leaders in a particular company left all of a sudden to join this brand new ground floor opportunity and within 2 months, just out of the blue, one day, had a downline of more than 1,353 people from all over the world! I thought that there was a scam amidst! I mean, how on earth can someone do that when they are brand spanking new in a company that had little track record in the open market? So I had to find out the truth and see it for myself! The truth was quite shocking actually... you see: "Marketing Your Business On The Internet Has Given Networkers New Ways To Build Their Downline, But Not Everyone Knows Or Is Willing To TEACH This Little Trick!"< Less
Darling Elenoshka FAKE! By Bobby Alster
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This is a true story. Only names and places has been changed! But not all, of course. This is a way, of losing much money. This story will entertain you. Perhaps you will say:" What an idiot.... More > How can you do this!!" But when friends said this to me I showed the photos to them. And then they understand. I saved nearly all of the emails I send to her.< Less
Darling Elenoshka FAKE! By Bobby Alster
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This is a true story. Only names and places has been changed! But not all, of course. This is a way, of losing much money. This story will entertain you. Perhaps you will say:" What an idiot.... More > How can you do this!!" But when friends said this to me I showed the photos to them. And then they understand. I saved nearly all of the emails I send to her.< Less
Hello, My Dearest One! By Daniel Molitor
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Everyone gets them...those annoying and unwanted emails offering once in a lifetime opportunities for riches, romance, even heavenly favor! Do you ever wonder what might happen if you actually... More > responded to the scammers or dream of scamming them right back? In this hilarious collection of back and forth exchanges, author Daniel Molitor risks the wrath of the internet gods to string along clueless scammers in ever more goofy and ridiculous conversations.< Less
Dearest... By Rosaire Appel
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This book transforms email scams about money into poetry about human desire by way of erasure. Both the original and the transformation are presented on facing pages. These emails were accumulating... More > in my junk mail box until I transferred them to my raw materials folder which I open in idle moments. These missives, these attempts to get something from someone for nothing and the language they use – is it intentional, or is it the result of a translation algorithm? Do these promises of money ever hook anyone? Erasure brings out another layer, no less desperate. The search for connection continues -- for better or worse.< Less
More Spamming the Spammers (with Dieter P. Bieny) By Peter Dabbene
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HE'S BACK! Did you miss him? Dieter P. Bieny resumes his campaign against e-mail spammers, seeking justice and entertainment value at every turn. Can he still convince the scammers to invest their... More > time and effort in an ultimately fruitless endeavor, or have they caught on to his game? WHAT'S NEW? Dieter ups the ante with new fake IDs, harder-to-believe occupations and living situations, and more obnoxious personal questions than ever. The results? A symphony of badly spelled attempts at fraud, the occasional revealing glimpse at the minds behind the spam, and a spammer who, seeking forgiveness, admits that “Dieter P. is the only man for me”—100 times.< Less

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