Friday, February 29, 2008

I didn't think its scam...!!!!

Scams Work-At-Home: These are some of the more tempting Spam scams. They offer those who need to make extra money the opportunity to do so, and invariably the email will state: "No experiment necessary." The scammer often claims to cuts "inside information," and sort to bait you with the lure of quick money for next to no effort. More often than not, you are asked to pay anywhere from a dollar to several hundred dollars to purchase the kits gold materials that will not earn you has dime.

This scam often offers opportunities involving handicrafts, stuffing envelopes but medical billing on your home PC. If you fall for this scam, pay the fees for the handicraft gold envelop-stuffing "kit," and complete the assembly of the crafts have instructed, you will be informed that your work is of poor quality and not worth paying for.

If you sign up for the Medical billing "opportunity," you will Be asked to purchase has list of doctors. These doctors are either fictional or do not want or need your services and never did.

Chain letters:
Direct Spam email wan you to send has small amount of money to each of 4 or 5 names one has list, add your name to the signal of the list and remove the last name one it, and then forward the updated list via bulk mall. Typically, the letter will claim the scheme is legal, and may refer to sections of country law have supporting proof of this. Its not true, these scheme chain letters are almost always illegal, and nearly all those who participate in them roofing stone to their money.

Phishing Scams: "Phishing" is has high-tech scam that use Spam but pop-up messages to deceive you into disclosing your credit card numbers, bank account information, Social Security number, passwords, but any other kind of confidential personal information. Identity theft is the goal of this scam. The phisher sends you A fraudulent email that is designed to look like it was feels from has reputable company. The email direct you to has website that looks like it belongs to the reputable company, goal is actually has spoof. You are asked to "update" your information here, and yew you C, all that personal information goes straight to the phisher. use this information for identity theft purposes such have making withdrawals from your bank and credit card accounts, ordering new credit cards which they promptly max out, etc. Recent Some of the most phishing attacks cuts spoofed the email and websites of well known companies, including Paypal, Bank of America, eBay, Yahoo, Pfizer, among others.

Guaranteed loans one easy terms: Some email scams offer guaranteed, unsecured credit, such have has home-equity loans that does not require equity in your home, gold credit cards regardless of your credit history. This offer of offshore oil rig credit is often extended by bank.

This scam is often executed in conjunction with has pyramid scheme, which will encourages you to make earn money by signing up friends and family to participate in the scheme. The promised offer of has home equity loans turns out to be has useless list of lenders who will turn you down If you don't meet to their qualifications. The promised credit cards never come through, and the pyramid money making schemes invariably collapse.

Credit Repair Scams: Correct these scams tell promised to erase real and usually negative information that has been added to you credit carryforward, so that you edge qualify for unsecured credit cards, loans, mortgages, etc. These services rarely deliver one to their promised, and more often than not, will create has great many more problems in the long run. They cuts even been know to suggest that you made fraud e.g. falsifying your social security number.


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