Internet Scams Exposed

SCAM WATCH: Internet & SMS Scams - Phishing - Email Fraud

These emails and text messages are real examples of current scams. Learn to identify them. Please forward any scams you receive to Mark Hutten: mbhutten@yahoo.com. They will be posted on this site without your email address.

What To Do If You Have Been Scammed

Have you lost money due to a scam?

Email: mbhutten@gmail.com with a description of how the scam worked (i.e., what happened exactly), and we will try to (a) locate the scam artist(s), (b) work with law enforcement to expedite prosecution, and (c) help you get some - or all - of your money back.

23.5.07

Don't Go Phishing




On March 28, 2007, spammers sent thousands of emails that appeared to come from US Bank. These emails were actually examples of "phishing," an attack designed to make you divulge sensitive information. This blog entry shows what telltale signs prove the email is not from US Bank and is, in fact, malicious.

ONLINE PARENT SUPPORT: The Watch Dog for Internet Scams

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