Email Scam Warnings!

Written by BB Lee


Email Solicitation Scams by BB Lee (C)2004

Most people online are very familiar withrepparttar Nigerian Email Letter Scams. They've victimized thousands over repparttar 109528 years and continue to do so. I am certain you've received many in your inbox overrepparttar 109529 course of your online experience. They are easy to recognize torepparttar 109530 experienced. But if you are new online check outrepparttar 109531 following signs. These words are usually included (IN BOLD CAPITAL LETTERS) inrepparttar 109532 subject line.

DEAR SIR/MADAM YOUR SOLICITATION YOUR HELP IS NEEDED IMPORTANT PLEASE SIR/MADAM I BEG YOUR ASSISTANCE YOUR ASSISTANCE URGENT FROM MR..... FROM MRS..... A REQUEST FROM MR (FILL IN THE BLANK)

Did you know, according to online resources, these emails also originate in Ghana, Togo, Benin.

Even more surprising, according to online resources, is that many of these swindlers are not even staying in repparttar 109533 countryrepparttar 109534 solicitations originate from. Their home base might be in Europe, Canada, evenrepparttar 109535 United States!

What canrepparttar 109536 average online business person do to avoid these scammers?

Plenty!

Read On!

How The Scam Works! The scam artist proclaims he is an exiled leader or person connected with a former regime. The scammer tries to convince you he was forced to leave his/her home country by new government officials.

Next, they will claim to have a large sum of money, usually millions of dollars, which needs to be transferred to a "safe bank" outside of their country. They must do this beforerepparttar 109537 money is confiscated by greedy government officials.

What is Gmail?

Written by Jakob Jelling


By Jakob Jelling www.sitetube.com

Like most other prime search engines,repparttar ability to freely giveaway an email account is a positive tool that signals torepparttar 109527 user community that this search engine is here to stay! Google is no different in this approach. Recently, Google has been beta testing Gmail. Googleís very own email services repository. Best of all, itís free! Well, itís going to be free, its currently available only in Beta mode, if you are lucky enough to have received an invitation to sign up for a complimentary account you currently enjoyrepparttar 109528 benefits of ubiquitous Gmail.

Found at gmail.google.com, users were at a frenzied pace to securerepparttar 109529 names and aliases that may be snatched up oncerepparttar 109530 floodgates were open. People are exclusively invited to partake inrepparttar 109531 beta testing were selling their names and invitations for quite a handsome sum on eBay. Most users will have to wait until Gmail goes live before actually trying it out. However with allrepparttar 109532 functionality at a price like this, how could anyone refuse?

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