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Latest Scams

Please click on the links seen below on the most recent scams from the past weeks. This information is brought to you by:

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There are five new scams that we want to warn you about this week as they are making their rounds and are very easy to fall for. Protect yourself from financial fraud by reading these five articles:

  1. PayPal Alert Scam

Are you a PayPal user? This scam has been reported in the last four days over a thousand times to the Federal Trade Commission. Read how it works HERE.

 

  1. You Can Join The Lawsuit Over Apple’s MacBook Keyboard Even If Yours Is Still Working Fine

A new class-action lawsuit against Apple claims that the MacBook keyboards are faulty and fall easily. What’s interesting is that you can join the lawsuit and may be eligible for some benefits/remuneration even if your keyboard still works fine. Read HERE.

  1. New Walmart eGift Card

Millions of email addresses have been hit a few days ago with messages claiming to have a surprise from Walmart. They are very realistic. HERE is how they look like.

  1. Cell Phone Ringtone Download

You have a smartphone, right? What would you do if you want to install a new ringtone that you like? A fashionable song, a modern beat? Beware the Ringtone Scam HERE.

  1. Here Is How You Can Lose Hundreds of Dollars To Fake Online Marketing Gurus

If you own a business you then know the importance of keeping up-to-date with the latest marketing tips, especially online. That’s where your sales might skyrocket if you’re doing it right. However, beware of this Online Marketing Scam HERE.

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

Have a safe week!

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!

“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”

2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!

Latest Scams

Please click on the links seen below on the most recent scams from the past weeks. This information is brought to you by:

Selma HRYNCHUK

Customer Care | Scam Detector Inc.

www.scam-detector.com

info@scam-detector.com

 

There are five new scams that we want to warn you about this week. Protect yourself from fraud by reading these articles and feel free to share your experiences if you know of any suspicious practices:

 

 

  1. If You Receive a Call From Your Own Number Don’t Answer

 

 

We’ve warned you in the past about calls coming from phone numbers that look a lot like yours, but this time criminals took it a step further. The newest trap is now a call that comes from your own number! See what happens if you answer HERE.

 

 

 

  1. Beware of Empty Boxes From Amazon Orders

 

 

Do you order stuff on Amazon? There’s a new scam going on this week. What’s scarier is that it’s coming from Amazon Prime, which was supposed to be safer. Read HERE.

 

 

 

  1. Got Netflix and a Gmail Address? Here is a Scam Email That Comes From the REAL Netflix!

 

 

You get an email from Netflix. The real Netflix. It says your account is on hold – it’s an authentic notice, too. It sends you to the real Netflix Financial page as well. Where is the scam? Read HERE.

 

 

 

  1. New Speeding Ticket Scam Goes Viral

 

 

This scam might hit your email soon. It’s very convincing and it’s been making thousands of victims online already. Educate yourself by reading THIS article.

 

 

  1. Free Vacation From Hilton, Marriott and Hyatt

 

 

This scam has been making its rounds for a long time using the Hilton and Marriott brands. However, a very tricky scheme comes with it. Read how it works HERE.

 

 

 

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

 

 

Have a safe week!

 

 

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!

“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”

2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!

Latest Scams

Please click on the links seen below on the most recent scams from the past weeks. This information is brought to you by:

Selma HRYNCHUK

Customer Care | Scam Detector Inc.

www.scam-detector.com

info@scam-detector.com

There are five new scams that we want to warn you about this week. Protect yourself from fraud by reading these articles and feel free to share your experiences if you know of any suspicious practices:

  1. Amazon Brushing Scheme: How You’re Buying Stuff With Fake Reviews

 

Do you buy anything from Amazon? If you do, you check the reviews first, right? And if they’re great, you purchase the item, yes? What if we tell you that there are tons of products that have fake reviews out there? See how Amazon Brushing works – Read HERE.

 

  1. How Your Computer May Be Subject Of Browser Hijacking

 

Many people have Google as their homepage when they open the Internet. What’s the first page that shows up on your computer? Beware of the Browser Hijacking – Read HERE.

 

  1. Facebook No Swearing Campaign

 

In a similar way to the Facebook Copyright Protection and Facebook Privacy Notice, a new wave of shares these days is promoting a No Swearing Campaign. Read HERE.

 

  1. New Renter Moving In Scam

 

Are you looking for a renter or a roommate? Do you know of anyone who does? Here is a serious scam to be aware of, which comes in two variations. Read HERE.

 

  1. Wallet Drop Trick

 

This is a very premeditated scam and could happen to you in your city or while you’re traveling. It’s a pure stealing move while you’re being distracted. Read HERE.

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

Have a safe week!

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!

“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”

2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!

 

Latest Scams

There are five new scams that we want to warn you about, which happen to make victims not just this week, but throughout the whole year. Protect yourself from fraud by reading these five articles:

  1. How It Takes Criminals Only 82 Seconds To Access Your Bank Account

It’s very easy for anyone these days to call you and make your phone display show whatever name and number they want. Here is an app that lets the scammers change not just the numbers, but their voice and even the background noise too! Read HERE.

  1. Enable Facebook’s Dislike Button Scam

Facebook has been working on implementing the Dislike button for the last couple of years. It’s official, it will happen, but be aware of this scam HERE.

  1. Police Anti Radar Spray Scam

Do you get speeding tickets? Spend a lot of money on them? If you’re looking for the best anti radar detector or any other secret ‘blocking’ license device to reduce your expenses for traffic tickets, don’t fall for THIS.

  1. Online Education: Fake Universities, Colleges and Masters

The bogus online educational institutions have been around since the beginning of the Internet. However, scammers became smarter in their quests to lure people into paying big bucks for absolute nothing.

  1. Bartending Scams You Should Be Aware Of

Besides the traditional rip-offs with fictional drinks added to your final bill, there are a few other tricks that bartenders use when pouring drinks. Read about them and protect yourself HERE.

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

Have a safe week!

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!

“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”

2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!

 

 

Latest Scams

Please click on the links seen below on the most recent scams from the past weeks. This information is brought to you by:
Selma HRYNCHUK
Customer Care | Scam Detector Inc.
www.scam-detector.com
info@scam-detector.com

There are four new scams that we want to warn you about this week, especially the first one, that may sound weird to you: Electronic Pickpocketing. Protect yourself from fraud by reading these four articles:

1. Electronic Pickpocketing: How Criminals Scan Your Wallet

This dangerous activity is back on the top complaint lists, making the purchase of RFID wallets like Mt Everest (men) or ITSLIFE (women) a must. See how the scam works HERE.

2. One-Ring Call Scam: How You Can Easily Fall For It

Did it ever happen to you to get a phone call but right before picking up it stops ringing? The One-Ring scam is back this week. Read how it works HERE.

3. Order Your Credit Report: Hidden Scam in The Fine Print

Was there a time in your life when you were wondering how to get your credit report? There are ads on the Internet promoting free credit reports, but when you decide to do it THIS is what happens.

4. Auto Insurance Sold On Whatsapp: Big Deals, Bigger Lies

Use Whatsapp much? A scam is circulating these days on the popular app promoting a cut-rate auto insurance policy. Well-known company names are involved. Read HERE.

Have a safe week!

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

Have a safe week!

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!
“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”
2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!

Latest Scams

Please click on the links seen below on the most recent scams from the past weeks. This information is brought to you by:

Selma HRYNCHUK

Customer Care | Scam Detector Inc.

www.scam-detector.com

info@scam-detector.com

 

It is wise for you to know these five new scams that we want to warn you about. They are very prevalent these days and might affect your financials if you don’t avoid them. Protect yourself from fraud by reading these five articles:

  1. New Criminal Activity: The Port Out Scam

A port out happens when your phone network carrier changes but your number remains the same. Scammers switch your provider! See how the scam works HERE.

  1. 8 Valentine’s Day Scams That You Need To Avoid Today

Whether you celebrate it or not, Valentine’s Day could get you into trouble this week and the next one. How? Your computer is at risk. Read HERE.

  1. The Power of a Good TV Show: Property Brothers Scam

Property Brothers is a great TV show on HGTV. They’re legitimately looking for random people to help by improving their houses and raising their value. Applications are taken these days from everywhere (you could apply too, for real), but beware of THIS scam.

  1. Fake Blackmail: Cheating Spouse Scam

What if you receive a letter in your mailbox, with your own name on it, accusing you of infidelities? Beware of this fake blackmail trick using Bitcoin to lure people in. We’re sure you’re not relating, but share this good read. HERE is how the scam works.

  1. How To Get Free Spotify Premium Membership

If you like music you probably know what Spotify is. However, be careful about this decoy in getting Spotify Premium membership for a great deal – free! Read HERE.

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

Have a safe week!

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!

“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”

2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!

Latest Scams

Please click on the links seen below on the most recent scams from the past weeks. This information is brought to you by:

Selma HRYNCHUK

Customer Care | Scam Detector Inc.

www.scam-detector.com

info@scam-detector.com

There are twelve new scams that we want to warn you about this week as they are making their rounds and are very easy to fall for. Protect yourself from financial fraud by reading these twelve articles:

  1. Here Is How You Give Criminals Access To Your Phone Without Knowing

This scam is going strong these days as it’s only using a phone and Caller ID spoofing to make victims fall hard for it. Read how it works and how to avoid HERE.

  1. Free Airline Tickets Scam

The tickets and the vouchers look so realistic that the scam is very hard to avoid. And it is using the regular mail, with official-looking documents. Read HERE.

  1. Teeth Whitening at Home Scam

Technology and medical treatments are advancing so fast nowadays that ‘miracle’ products really do a good job at saving the day. However, beware of this scam HERE.

  1. Admin Assistant Job Offer Scam

There are sure tough times to supplement one’s income these days. That is why this scam is extremely prevalent on all the employment platforms. Educate yourself HERE.

  1. Free Nursing Home Stay Scam

This scam is targeting all seniors, so make sure you warn your parents, friends or everyone else who is over 60. Diabolic. Read HERE.

  1. Credit Card Rates Are Going Up: A Scam On the Rise

This scam is hitting voicemails and phones across the globe and refer to your credit card interest rates, which are “subject to increase immediately”. Read how to avoid HERE.

  1. The Money Mule Scam

This scam is offering the impression of adding money to your fixed income, but is more dangerous because it could get you in law’s hands besides losing your money and identity. Read HERE.

  1. Post Mail Received During Holidays Scam

Some of us might still receive late mail from the holidays season, but be aware of this Post Office Storage Fee scam! Read how it works HERE.

  1. Fight Obesity in School Scam

As back-to-school time is a hectic one for parents even after the winter holidays, scammers hit back with with an old trick, using the ‘pay for school meals’ technology. Beware of this scam HERE.

  1. Free Laptop Promotion Scam

Be aware of a new scam going around this week using brands like VISA, Mastercard or AmEx to promise a tempting benefit. How does the scam work? Read HERE.

  1. One of the Most Clever Scams You’ll Ever See: The Interview Request

Here is a sneaky scam preying on people naivety when it comes to vanity and freebies. You receive an email or a voicemail from someone wanting to interview you for a popular publication or a TV station. Then this happens HERE.

  1. How to Become a Travel Agent From Home Scam

If you like to travel, would you get a travel certification in order to save 50% of your expenses every single when you book a trip? Of course you would. Beware of this scam HERE.

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

Have a safe week!

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!

“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”

2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!

Latest Scams

These scams reports come from:

Selma HRYNCHUK

Customer Care | Scam Detector Inc.

www.scam-detector.com

info@scam-detector.com

There are four new scams that are making their rounds in this beginning of 2018. Protect yourself from financial fraud by reading these articles:

  1. Credit Card Rates Are Going Up: A Scam On the Rise

This scam is hitting voicemails and phones across the globe and refer to your credit card interest rates, which are “subject to increase immediately”. Read how to avoid HERE.

  1. The Money Mule Scam

This scam is offering the impression of adding money to your fixed income, but is more dangerous because it could get you in law’s hands besides losing your money and identity. Read HERE.

  1. Post Mail Received During Holidays Scam

Some of us might still receive late mail from the holidays season, but be aware of this Post Office Storage Fee scam! Read how it works HERE.

  1. Fight Obesity in School Scam

 

As back-to-school time is a hectic one for parents even after the winter holidays, scammers hit back with with an old trick, using the ‘pay for school meals’ technology. Beware of this scam HERE.

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

Have a safe week!

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!

 

 

 

 

Latest Scams

Please click on the links seen below on the most recent scams from the past week. This information is brought to you by:

Selma HRYNCHUK

Customer Care | Scam Detector Inc.

www.scam-detector.com

info@scam-detector.com

This past weekend has marked unfortunately the deadliest mass shooting in America’s history – the Las Vegas tragedy. As usual in times like this, criminals come out of the woods to victimize people even more.

 

There are seven scams, hoaxes, and fake new that perpetrated yesterday, after the shooting. There they are below, as well as a couple of other fraudulent practices that are making their rounds this week. Protect yourself by reading these 3 articles and share them on social media if you find them helpful:

 

7 Scams That Perpetrated After The Las Vegas Shooting

 

Some of these hoaxes have been exposed, others are still going strong. However, see how they all work HERE.

 

Brilliant Scam Using Phones And Tablets For Sale

 

If you are in searches for a new phone or tablet and found one in town for a good price, beware of this brilliant move that scammers pull with confidence – see HERE.

 

How You Can Get Fooled When A Facebook Friend Invites You On Skype

 

This is an interesting one, yet very dangerous. It could compromise your computer in an instant if you fall for it. See how to avoid being a victim HERE.

 

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

 

Have a safe week!

 

 

God Bless – Jesus Loves You!

 

“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”

2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!

 

 

 

Latest Scams

There are four new scams which are making their rounds this week. Protect yourself from financial fraud and identity theft by reading these articles:

  1. Is Facebook Going To Start Charging?

You may be receiving a text these days from a legitimate friend on Facebook advising you on upcoming Messenger charges. However, see how the scam works HERE.

  1. Five (5) Scary WhatsApp Scams You Need To Be Aware Of

Whether is about a new feature update, a WhatsApp Gold version download, or even an incoming voicemail, beware of these dangerous WhatsApp scams – see HERE.

  1. Did You Get A Phone Call From A Google Specialist Offering To Get Your Business On Their First Page? Here Is The Scam

Do you own a business? Chances are, soon enough you will be receiving a phone call from a Google specialist offering to make your website climb to the first page of the search engine, very fast. How to avoid being a victim HERE.

  1. Are You A Gambler? If You Are Betting On Sports Be Aware Of The Arbitrage Scam

The gambling industry passes over $100 billion every year. If you bet on your favourite games, you may be falling for the Sports Arbitrage Betting Scam – see HERE.

Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.

Have a safe week!