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THE 'DIRTY DOZEN' EMAIL SCAMS
 
By: Dan Miller

The FTC has identified its "Dirty Dozen". These are the
twelve scams most likely to arrive via bulk e-mail in
your e-mail box. Here are the "dirty dozen."


  1. Business Opportunities Scams

  2. Make Money by Sending Bulk E-mail

  3. Chain Letters

  4. Work-At-Home-Schemes

  5. Health And Diet Scams

  6. Effortless Income

  7. Free Goods

  8. Investment Opportunities

  9. Cable De-Scrambler Kits

  10. Guaranteed Loans or Credit, or Easy Terms
    Scams

  11. Credit Repair Scams

  12. Vacation Prize Promotions

The punch line... which you've heard from us many
times before... If it sounds too good to be true, it
probably is. Further, don't buy anything via bulk e-mail
(spam). Your chances of being scammed are
astronomical. Don't pay to get money, etc.


Taken from: http://www.scamwatch.com/

For Dan's more complete explanation of Fake Work-At-Home Schemes, go to: http://tinyurl.com/yqdo5


 








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