Who has been subjected to fake fbi scare scams
either while surfing the internet or by e-mail?
One has to be extremely savvy to safely and smartly navigate the internet. If one inadvertently go into an unknown place, a pop-up "indictating" that it is from "the FBI" states that one has committed an illegal act and his/her computer freezes. In addition to that, he/she is told to submit payment so the computer can unfreeze. However, this is a scam and when people pay, worse things occur. Also, fake fbi scams abound in e-mail letters also.
I haven't even heard of this. My first assumption would be that the fbi would just show up at my house if I had done something wrong. Not send me an email or pop up. So I don't have to worry about this one other then to clear the virus off the computer after it was attacked.
by ahorseback 13 months ago
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by RVDaniels 7 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 london55 7 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
by lovelymama 6 years ago
Do you know anything about internet scams. Would you be interested in doing a hub on internet scamsI was scammed recently by someone posing as a paypal employee. You seem to be all about the technology age so I thought it might be a good hub for you. Let me know if your interested...
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