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Dec 12

Scam & Swindles -Book Review

Scams & Swindles: Phishing, Spoofing, ID Theft, Nigerian Advance Schemes Investment Frauds: How to Recognize And Avoid Rip-Offs In The Internet Age

The Internet Era has created a whole class of frauds and schemes that separate people from their money. It’s also given new life to older cons and scams. From Phishing to Spoofing, to Spyware to Swoop and Squat, scamming is alive and well on the Internet, and getting worse every day.

Scams & Swindles is a book that organizes various rip-offs by type and severity. It also explains how each type of scam works, and how an ordinary person can recognize it before getting taken in.

The great thing about this book is that is does more than just tell horror stories about the scams that are out there. It gives readers questions, checklists, worksheets and other tools to make sure they’re not being scammed, and how to take the right action if they have been.

It is an excellent, practical book that will walk you step-by-step through various internet scams and frauds such as:

* Bogus eBay auctions

* The Nigerian emails emanating from some fake high government official requesting the use of your bank account to transfer funds

* Scams that involve investment business and banking

* Fake charities

* Sweetheart and Russian bride swindles and

* Drugs and pharmaceuticals rip-offs

The message is unmistakable-scammers are everywhere, and getting more and more clever, taking in even savvy people. Reading this book will make you think twice before clicking anything within the body of an email, or giving out personal information to anyone, including your email address, which these days should reaally be treated like your phone number.

This is truly a timely message that should not go unheeded.

If you or someone you know has been a victim of an Internet scam, or people coming on line for the first time ever, then Scams and Swindles is book you need to pick up today.

Scams & Swindles: Phishing, Spoofing, ID Theft, Nigerian Advance Schemes Investment Frauds: How to Recognize And Avoid Rip-Offs In The Internet Age – x

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