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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Protection From Internet Scams

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Okay brother and sister I am come back to post something news for last update.. what is about?? yeahh in this post i will know you are Protection from Internet scams .. I thing scams problem have an usual in the internet browsing .. so keep ptotection guys... this scamps as away to get you are data in your account when you are get online . Like A news user to make a new account so this post must you remember to avoid you from scamps i mean Protection From Internet scams.. okay .... for the step to Protection from Internet scamps just follow  my post below This is the last update the scamps way in version in Internet browsing.....

1.The overpayment offer (Nigerian '419' scam)

In this scam, the fraudsters claim that they have a large bankers draft that, for some unlikely reason, they are unable to cash themselves so they need your help. If you are willing to transfer a much smaller sum to them, they will pay the draft into your bank, and you can keep the difference. Soon after you make the transfer, their funds mysteriously bounce, and you are left out of pocket.

2.The auction overpayment offer

This works much the same as the scam above, but starts when you try to sell a relatively valuable item such as a computer or car online. The winning bidder will offer to pay you more than it's worth if he can send you a bankers draft, and so the Nigerian payment scam begins.

3.The debt rescue offer

This scam is a simple one that often preys on the desperation of people in bad debt. It offers a quick, no questions asked loan, without any form of credit check required, so long as you are willing to pay an 'arrangement fee'. Of course, you pay the fee, but the loan cash never arrives.

4.The unclaimed lottery fund

We all dream of winning the lottery, and this email could just make you think all your dreams have come true. Of course, it's a scam, and the thieves attempt to get their hands on your money by claiming you need to pay a 'release fee' before the winnings can be released. Real lotteries will never ask you to pay fees, but if in doubt, contact the National Lottery Commission.

5.The competition you never entered

This is much the same as the lottery scam above, except you'll receive an email (or click a banner ad) telling you you have won the latest gadget or a fantastic holiday. Yet again, all you have to do is pay that pesky 'release fee' and the prize is yours. Or not, as you'll find when you're left drained of funds with nothing to show for it.

6.The phishing email

Often, scammers will send you a phishing email that looks like it is from your bank asking you to log in to confirm your details or claim a payment. Once you click the link in the email, it might look very much like you're on that trusted company's website, when in fact you're on a fake version created by the scammers and the moment you log in, they'll have your details.

7.The disaster relief appeal

This type of scam tends to surface each time there is a disaster such as a flood or earthquake. The fraudsters pose as charities and ask email recipients to donate money which sadly never reaches the victims. If you want to donate to charity, it's always best to avoid clicking any links and visit the Charity Commission website and choose a charity listed there.

8.The gambling/stock market prediction

With this scam, you'll receive on the likely outcome of a sports event or the likely movement of a set of stocks and shares, and be told you have to bet or buy now to cash in. These scams work by instilling a sense of urgency – if you you don't put your money into this NOW, you'll miss out. In reality, though, the scammers stand to profit in some way from where your money ends up. Never trust an unsolicited online 'tip' – it's illegal, and you're likely to lose money.

9.The urgent medical costs

A particularly cruel form of online scam, this one works by befriending a person online (perhaps via a dating site, chat room or forum). Once the fraudster feels they have won the victim's trust, they will begin an elaborate tale of a seriously ill relative. Eventually, they will claim that a large sum of money is needed urgently to pay for a lifesaving operation or drug. Of course, the relative doesn't exist, and once the money is transferred, the victim never hears from the fraudster again.

10.The Trojan horse

This is an all too common method that fraudster use to get hold of personal data such as banking passwords and credit card details. Emails will look as though they are from friends ('Are these photos you?') or from a company you trust ('Please check the attached statement'). These files can look harmless, but once clicked, immediately install a type of program known as a Trojan horse when clicked. The Trojan can then record keyboard strokes and transmit the data back to the fraudsters. If in doubt, delete!

Okay just it's the some news info for you are and me too this post just to know you and try to give you are Protection from Internet scams when you get successes full the sub title point yeah.. I hope you are like this post and pass you are comment .. have fun and enjoy ...thanks

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