I absolutely can't think of which appropriately be placed in.
If you are talking about Internet scams go to Technology, then Internet & The Web, and then Internet Scams and Frauds.
If regular old scams, maybe Politics and Social Issues, to Crime and Law Enforcement, then maybe Crime or one of the other selections after that.
by RVDaniels 8 years ago
Are there any real work from home jobs,not Internet scams? I have tried a lot and never made any money yet.Thanks,Ronnie Daniels
by tamron 7 years ago
My Mailbox Keeps Getting Smashed by KidsI can't come up with a category. The article is about how to get revenge on someone purposely running your mailbox over. Any Ideas?
by Wayne Brown 8 years ago
In your opinion, why do criminals get caught?
by Marc Lee 2 years ago
Do you feel police and law enforcement are guilty of racial profiling?
by Steven Escareno 2 years ago
My dad and I have debated this several times, and he feels the purge can actually happen in real life, as he cites how our government passes laws all the time without us knowing it. I tend to disagree because even if they pass certain crap through congress without our knowledge of it, I think...
by london55 8 years ago
What is the best home internet business to purchase or are they all scamsI would like a second income and have had so much info coming through my emails regarding 'how to make money online' would I be wasting my money if i purchase something
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