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This summer I’ve had a few calls from people who have felt they’ve been scammed by “quick and easy” Internet marketing companies and their lofty promises.
Instead of taking these cases and then trying to retrieve any investments, I’d rather see these people invest money in something that works, instead of spending their money to recoup other, previously-wasted money.
What follows is the entire, straightforward approach to marketing from my new book, Seeing Life Through Private Eyes.
There’s a new scam going around involving text messages and explicit photos from a girl that supposedly wants to hookup.
What really strikes me about it is not necessarily the immediacy with which the message can be delivered and read, but the potential damage it can do to families.
Last year we posted about the smishing scam from the boob-flashing girl who wants to hookup. Now we’re featured in this MEL Magazine article about the scam.
Thomas Martin of Martin Investigative Services is featured in this news video from ABC News.
If you have a credit history, you were probably affected by the Equifax data breach. Here’s some steps you can take to protect yourself now.
There are multiple IRS scams that are happening with increasing frequency. Even if your caller ID says the call is from a US government agency, IT’S A SCAM.
Here’s the details of one of the most current IRS scams going on, and what the scammers are doing. Arm yourself with education, and educate others so they are not taken.
2016 to date, we have received 31 inquires through our 5 offices from potential clients regarding being ripped-off by online car scams. We did not any of these cases. If we did, it would just continue the harm caused to these unsuspecting people.
Let me explain the con as “Jack” told me his story in my Los Angeles office this past week.
It’s tax season again, and this year con-artists have really turned up their game: Claiming to be IRS agents, pretending to be local law enforcement officers, spoofing their caller ID to display 911.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, I’d like to discuss a common phenomenon in the online dating world – the long-distance love con. While both men and women fall for romantic scams, my client base is 80% female. I will direct this post to the ladies.
There is not a day that goes by in my office without a phone call from a female having an issue related to an Internet dating site. (We actually get about ten of these calls per week.) The purpose of these calls is that the woman wants us to verify whether a man she has been corresponding with is actually who his profile says he is.