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text 2017-08-18 13:15
Kevin Ryall from world.edu IS A FRAUD !!!

Hello to anyone who's reading this blog post. I would like to inform you that Kevin Ryall, a  wannabe administrator of the website at world.edu, is a fraud and a scammer who slanders honest people leeching money out of them for services that can be acquired for free! I advise you to stay away from such dishonest, ungrateful and simply loathsome people who have no respect for others.

 

Here is the contact information of this person:

 

Postal Address

 

World University LLC

942 Broadway Street, Suite 314C, Boulder, CO 80302, United States

 

Tel: +1 303 731 3427

 

or

 

PO Box 849, Nerang, Queensland, 4211, Australia

 

Tel: +61 7 5641 4587

 

Telephone Contact

 

USA: +1 303 731 3427

AUS/NZ: +617 56414587

UK: +44 20 8133 0537

 

Skype: worldedu

 

Don't let yourself be bullied by such hypocrites!

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review 2017-03-13 00:00
The Scam
The Scam - Janet Evanovich,Lee Goldberg When someone launders your money do they also iron and starch it? Why yes, I am a dad, why do you ask?

Nick Fox and Kate O'Hare are once again using Nick's talents as a conman to take down criminals on the FBI's list of bad guys. This time they are after a casino owner who is helping launder money for anyone from mobsters to terrorists. Given the company he keeps, is it any surprise he has a tank of piranha in his office for 'negotiations'.

After being disappointed in the second instalment in this series, The Chase, I was unsure if I would read any more of the Evanovich and Goldberg series. I already had The Scam on loan from the library, so I decided to chance it. This was a rewarding decision as The Scam delivers an entertaining read.

I was disappointed with The Chase because it felt like an episode from one of those will-they-won't-they crime shows - such as Castle or Bones - during their declining years. You know, just as they are lining up the ramp over the shark cage. But The Scam felt like an early episode at the beginning of the series when Castle or Bones are still awesome, even though there are plot elements here that set this firmly later in the series (can't say more without major spoilers).

So skip The Chase and read The Scam.
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text 2017-02-24 08:21
The Southbourne Tax Group: Beware the Latest Tax-Season Spear-Phishing Scam

 

You may have heard of the CEO scam: that’s where spear-phishers impersonate a CEO to hit up a company for sensitive information.

 

That’s what happened to Snapchat, when an email came in to its payroll department, masked as an email from CEO Evan Spiegel and asking for employee payroll information.

 

Snapchat’s payroll department fell for it. Ouch.

 

Here’s a turn of that same type of screw: the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) last week sent out an urgent warning about a new tax season scam that wraps the CEO fraud in with a W-2 scam, then adds a dollop of wire fraud on top.

 

A W-2 is a US federal tax form, issued by employers, that has a wealth of personal financial information, including taxpayer ID and how much an employee was paid in a year.

 

This new and nasty dual-phishing scam has moved beyond the corporate world to target nonprofits such as school districts, healthcare organizations, chain restaurants, temporary staffing agencies and tribal organizations.

 

As with earlier CEO spoofing scams, the crooks are doctoring emails to make the messages look like they’re coming from an organization’s executive. Sending the phishing messages to employees in payroll or human resources departments, the criminals request a list of all employees and their W-2 forms.

 

The scam, sometimes referred to as business email compromise (BEC) or business email spoofing (BES), first appeared last year. This year, it’s not only being sent to a broader set of intended victims; it’s also being sent out earlier in the tax season than last year.

 

In a new twist, this year’s spam scamwich also features a followup email from that “executive”, sent to payroll or the comptroller, asking for a wire transfer to a certain account.

 

The wire transfer scam isn’t tax-related: it’s just hitching a ride on the tax-related W-2 scam. Some companies have been swindled twice: they’ve lost both employees’ W-2s and thousands of dollars sent out via the wire transfers.

 

The IRS is telling organizations that receive the W-2 scam emails to forward them to Phishing IRS with the subject line of “W2 Scam”.

 

If your business has already fallen for the scam, it can file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), operated by the FBI. Employees whose W-2 forms have been stolen should review the recommended actions by the Federal Trade Commission or the IRS identity theft.

 

The IRS says that employees should also file a Form 14039 Identity Theft Affidavit (PDF) if their own tax returns get rejected because of a duplicate Social Security number or if instructed to do so by the IRS.

 

How to sidestep the scam

 

But before you even get to the sad state of having to file a report about getting ripped off, it’s better to avoid falling for the bait in the first place.

 

Unfortunately, that’s getting tougher as crooks get more and more cunning. Case in point: the carefully crafted, well-disguised attack that led to the hacking of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s Gmail account. The attack relied on a shortened Bitly link to mask nefarious HTML code.

 

Screenshots of the  Bitly link used against Podesta show that even the longer links hiding behind rigged Bitly links can be made to look, to an untrained eye, like they’re legitimate.

 

One step that can protect against phishing attacks is to pick proper passwords. Even though strong passwords don’t help if you’re phished (the crooks get the strong password anyway), they make it much harder for crooks to guess their way in.

 

Use two-factor authentication whenever you can. That way, even if the crooks phish your password once, they can’t keep logging back into your email account.

 

Also, consider using Sophos Home. The free security software for Mac and Windows blocks malware and keeps you away from risky web links and phishing sites.

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review 2017-01-06 07:16
Christian scumbag trying to lie his way to money by selling his NDE
A Glimpse of Eternity - Ian McCormack as told by Jenny Sharkey
Clinically Dead: I've Seen Heaven and Hell - Jenny Sharkey,Ian McCormack

What a jerk.

 

He got a NDE and tried to sell it off as religious. 

 

What a load of crap.

 

His attitude is arrogant and he is full of shit. 

 

Don't buy this book and give money to jerk. 

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review 2017-01-01 02:35
The Royal Scam
The Royal Scam - Gini Koch

Meet the crew of the Hummingbird: Bullfrog, Ciarissa, Deedee, Doven, Kyle, Roy, Tresia, Willy, and Dr Wufren. This starts out with Princess Olivia fleeing an arranged marriage. But, it is really Olivia. You soon find out. There are a variety of alien species and abilities. There is an underlying story-line and end game- retribution. This was fun!

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