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Have you ever received an email or cold call claiming to be able to help you fix your SEO issues? They will use words like SEO, SERP, ALT Tags, content marketing, analyze, keywords; or fix your Penguin, Hummingbird, Pigeon or other Google algorithm issues.
What’s a company to do in the face of all this cyber-babble? How can anyone distinguish legitimate solicitations from an honest company versus unscrupulous ones that are just phishing to get their hooks in you? This show wil be devoted to helping anyone learn some of the telltale signs that an email or cold call is legit, or if it’s looking to take you … hook, line and sinker for all your money. We’ll actually dissect a phishing email to provide a real world example.
Best of all, this show is interactive and listeners can call in live with questions for either the hosts or the guests. Tune in and Turn on to this weeks show where we help you avoid getting caught in the SEO phishing Net..
Social Engineering…What is it?.... Are you Vulnerable and how or IS it preventable. This week on Smart Companies KC, host Kelly Scanlon speaks with Kyle Konopasek, a Manager in the Business and Technology Risk Services group at CBIZ MHM, LLC in Kansas City, Missouri. On this episode you’ll learn what the existing security threats are and how experts such as CBIZ have created approaches to mitigate the risks involving:
• Email phishing
• Dumpster diving
• Pretexting (an invented scenario used to gain physical access)
Discover how not to be a victim as a small business owner.
To listen to more shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon visit our Smart Companies KC archives
On this episode Jim discusses why he is so enthusiastic about Internet referral programs and why they represent an easy to run online business. How 17 fake cell phone towers around the United States are tracking your location through your cell phone. The death of entertainment icon Joan Rivers. Top U.S. colleges now teaching courses on Bitcoin. Michael Sam picked up by the Dallas Cowboys. naked celebrity picture hacking, was it phishing? Simone Battle suicide, and IRS warns of nationwide telephone scam. http://www.christianmoney.com
Join Lulabee and her Co- Host #MrMarkSaidIt! as they breakdown the new scams designed to steal your personal information and other things you should be on the the look out for.
Persons who wish to sign-up or register for Obama Health Care should note that there are hundreds of fake ObamaCare websites. Cybercriminals have created these fake websites to steal their potential victims' names, addresses, Social Security numbers and other information.
Please note that the legitimate ObamaCare website is located at http://www.healthcare.gov/ and you should not sign-up, enroll or register with any other website.
Before you enter any information while registering for ObamaCare, please ensure that your web browser address bar looks like the following:
One of the fake ObamaCare websites that thousands of persons have already visited is located at this website address:
If you enter your Social Security number, personal, health and other sensitive information on this bogus website, it will be sent to the cybercriminals behind this scam.
You wont believe all the other things scammers can do with your information.
Lets talk about it and the lulabee live show give you some valuable information.
We will also talk about the passing of Nelson Mandela.
We discuss all the tech news from the past week, select the Geek Pick Of The Week, elaborate on the “Big Tech Question/Topic Of The Week” and share your "help!" questions and input.
This Week: Walmart offers 2 inexpensive tablets with free data, Apple's CarPlay Decks have arrived, The Surface Pro 3 has arrived, Beware of Silverlight, Public Utilities are vulnerable to hacking exploits, Ebay suffers a major hacking attack, HBO comes to Amazon Prime Video, Why you might want to remove Adobe Shockwave from your PC, "Ok Google" for Desktop, Apple's Imessage bug, Samsung Watchphone?.
Question/Topic of the Week - Internet Scams & Phishing Attacks
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THIS IS LEGAL AS SHIT DON'T BUY OR SALE ANYTHING FROM THIS SITE!!!
This Business is not BBB Accredited
GreenHitz Online, LLC
here is where they stay if you are an artist and have gotten money taken from you
(678) 632-47411700 Northside Dr NW Apt 3602, Atlanta, GA 30318-2692
- See more at: http://www.bbb.org/atlanta/business-reviews/internet-selling-services/greenhitz-online-in-atlanta-ga-27437910#sthash.pqgexWAg.dpuf
How did greenhitz.com get a Trust Score of 100% ?
When checking greenhitz.com we looked at many factors, such as the ownership details, location, popularity and other sites relating to reviews, threats, phishing etc. Although a site like may have a high trust rating, it's worth just checking the countries involved as these could indicate that goods would be shipped from abroad rather than your home country.
The internet is populated with many fake and scam sites - with many being created daily purely to look genuine. Even many review sites are tainted with fake reviews making it almost impossible for somedbody to detect a safe site from a scam.
BBB rating is based on 16 factors.
Factors that lowered GreenHitz Online, LLC's rating include:
BBB does not have sufficient information to determine how long this business has been operating.
BBB does not have sufficient background information on this business. BBB made two or more requests for background information from the business. BBB has not received a response from this business and/or has not been able to verify information received from this business
It’s that time of year again…tax season, and according to the IRS, tax-related scams increase during this time of year. Phishing is one of the most common scams during tax season. Fraudsters might attempt to lure unsuspecting tax payers to a fraudulent website by distributing an official-looking email purportedly from the IRS. Once on the website, the unsuspecting taxpayer would be asked to divulge personal and financial information, such as a Social Security number, checking account information or a credit card number.
Another common phishing scam that is widespread during tax season is a, “You’re eligible to receive a federal tax refund for the amount of…” Again, the fraudster will send out a fraudulent email purportedly from the IRS, directing the unsuspecting recipient to a fraudulent website, where they’ll be asked to complete a form to submit the tax refund request. And again, the unsuspecting taxpayer will be asked for personal and financial information.
The IRS cautions consumers that it does not use email to initiate contact with taxpayers, unfortunately, not everyone heeds the warning. On today’s episode of Your Money, Your Matters, join radio personalities Linda Webb-Manon and Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League; Courtney Moran, Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation, and Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services as we talk about how to guard and protect your most precious personal and financial information this tax season.
Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon CST. The program examines financial issues of most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; or gain helpful advice.
Welcome to the ongoing "Countdown to RSA" podcast series hosted by the ITAC blog. Email fraud is a $10 billion+ threat to businesses. The financial industry and Internet community have made substantial progress deploying standards to fight phishing. Representatives from Bank of America, Fidelity, Google, American Greetings Interactive, eCert and the Financial Services Roundtable will share best practices, new developments and experiences implementing authentication and certification to combat phishing.
Following is a podcast with Paul Smocer, President Financial Services Technology Consortium, who discusses methods for stopping phishing.
Dave and Bill are very excited to welcome Anthony Mongeluzo his is leading expert in his field and is a serial entrepreneur and highly qualified computer expert. In 2002, at the age of 22 and with no outside capital, he founded Pro Computer Service (PCS) in his parents’ home. Today, his IT firm has three offices and operates in four states (New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland). Pro Computer Service has more than $2 million in annual revenue and a staff of 17 that offers complete computer services ranging from single-use to companies with more than 5,000 employees. Even during this growth, he kept the majority of employees at the home office in Burlington County. Mongeluzo is also the founder of Monge Realty LLC, which makes strategic investments in the residential and commercial real estate markets. His business interests range from how to grow a business successfully to developing qualities of leadership. "A leader is someone who inspires people and brings the best out of others," Mongeluzo says. "And a leader listens carefully, without prejudgment, to those around him." Mongeluzo is one of 5,000 people worldwide who have achieved Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer Early Achiever status and holds certifications in nine categories. He scored in the top one percent of the ETS field business exam. He graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree from Rowan University in 2002. As an undergraduate, he carried a full-time student load while working full-time.
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