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2008

Latest Email Hoaxes - Current Internet Scams - Hoax-Slayer

by jdrsantos
Hoax-Slayer is dedicated to debunking email hoaxes, thwarting Internet scammers, combating spam, and educating web users about email and Internet security issues.

2007

Some Websites and Emails that You have to Avoid !

by Vahid & 1 other
There are over 56 million websites. How many of them are the websites that you should avoid? It doesn't matter how many. Something that does matter is that they all can be placed in 6 categories. You can easily know and avoid them if you just know the categories.

2006

Dragon Rater - best rating board - hyip autosurf matrix mlm game cycler

by BlogMarkser
Dragon Rater is the best and most trustable source of real profitable opportunities. We use a very sophisticated algorithm to compute the Main Rate in order to offer you the best reliable results. Dragon Rater is also the first rating board with a real anti-cheat system

eBusiness's Digest

by BlogMarkser
eBusiness's Digest First blog about eBusiness. Free daily news about hyips and autosurfs.

Welcome to the 419 Eater

by alexnihilo
un site anti-scammers qui est m├ęchant et raciste et qui fini par rendre les scammers sympathique

HaywoodCountyNews.com: Fake eBay site scammed local man out of $5,000

by misskitty4280
A Canton, NC man learned about eBay scams the hard way. He was the victim of a clever scam carried out via email that ended up costing him $5000. After bidding unsucessfully on a 1968 Mustang via the legitimate eBay site, he was contacted by someone masquerading as the seller, and given a 'second chance' to take possession of the car. The email pointed to a fake eBay site that spoofed the original.

IRS Refund Scam

by misskitty4280
The real IRS website is www.irs.gov. If you need to verify a claim or check information, visit the website by opening your browser and typing in the address. Don't click a link in email claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service.

PayPal Phishing Scams

by misskitty4280
To check your PayPal account safely, visit the PayPal site by opening your web browser and typing in the link (www.paypal.com) - not by clicking a link in an email. Once on the real PayPal site, you can then login normally and click the "History" tab to view any transactions made on your account. If you do find a fraudulent charge, you can report it to PayPal by clicking on the "Resolutions Dispute" tab and filing a claim.

Amazon Phishing Scam

by misskitty4280
Phishing scams are disguised as correspondence from valid financial or eCommerce providers. The email typically uses fear tactics in an effort to entice the intended victim into visiting a fraudulent website and entering sensitive financial details. The information collected is surreptitiously sent to the attacker who then uses it to engage in credit card and bank fraud - or outright identity theft.

Tell-tale signs of a hoax

by misskitty4280
What is it about hoaxes that make so many believe them and forward them on to dozens of others? Here's a look at some of the possible reasons hoaxes seem to have lives of their own, plus a list of tell-tale signs to help you distinguish fact from fiction.

BetterPhoto.com Q&A: International Society Of Photographers

by misskitty4280
is the International Society Of Photographers or ISP a scam or not?

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