Consumer Scam Report—Making The Web A Safer Place

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Have you been scammed recently or become a victim of an online fraud? You are one of the thousands of web users who, despite liberal warnings issued on the net, still fail to recognize a scam. Consumer Scam Report online is a site designed to help victims like you reports these instances to the online community so that everyone is alerted to the existence of such online scams.

The objective of Consumer Scam Report online is to alert not only the online community but also the regulatory authorities about the possibility of scammers striking again at unsuspecting victims. It is important to report your experiences so that others do not face the same fate as you because online scammers usually use the same modus operandi a few times before switching plans.

Most of us fall for scams because they look like they are in our best interests. We usually respond quickly when we are asked for our bank account details and secured information when told that it is to ensure their security. Scammers could make great psychologists because they can read our minds like a book and know exactly how we will respond on impulse.

It is important to educate the online community about the newer methods and strategies adopted by scammers to reach your account or to gyp money from you. Consumer Scam Report is the forum that allows victims to report such instances and alert others to the presence of scammers. Web users must realize that the simple way to avoid getting gypped is to stop sharing personal information online. Never provide credit card numbers or social security numbers as reference for an account or to create a security system as no legitimate organization will ever ask for these details.

Consumer Scam Report is the best site to report and learn about online scams and how to avoid them in the future. Visit us to know how we can help you use the web in a better, more secure manner.

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ThreatMetrix Cites Cybersecurity Risks of Football?s ?Big Game? and the Sochi 2014 Winter Games

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ThreatMetrix Cites Cybersecurity Risks of Football’s “Big Game” and the Sochi 2014 Winter Games











San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2014

ThreatMetrix™, the fastest-growing provider of context-based authentication and advanced Web fraud solutions, today announces several cybersecurity concerns associated with the upcoming major sporting events, football’s “big game” and the Sochi 2014 Winter Games. Both events pose significant risks for compromised Wi-Fi networks, ticketing scams and more.

Given increased spending during football’s “big game” and the 2014 Winter Games, these events serve as an opportunity for cybercriminals to target spectators and businesses for personal profit. The National Retail Federation predicts that 116 million U.S. consumers will spend up to $ 12.3 billion on products and services related to football’s “big game” and the 2014 Winter Games are the most expensive of any Winter or Summer Games in history, costing a total of $ 50 billion.

“Cybercriminals always go where the money is and the two major sporting events in the coming weeks are sure to be a goldmine for fraudulent activity,” said Andreas Baumhof, chief technology officer at ThreatMetrix. “As consumers make purchases and access information about football’s ‘big game’ and the 2014 Winter Games on more devices than ever before – including mobile devices, tablets and PCs, they must be vigilant of cybercrime risks and assure they only research and stream content from mainstream news sites or each event’s official website.”

Spectators Take Caution: Top Cybercrime Trends for Major Sporting Events

To protect against cybercrime risks associated with football’s “big game” and the 2014 Winter Games, ThreatMetrix has outlined several cybersecurity threats consumers and businesses must be aware of. These include:


    Compromised Wi-Fi Networks – For spectators attending the “big game” or 2014 Winter Games, there is an increased risk of shared Wi-Fi networks at the sporting venues being compromised by cybercriminals. For the Sochi Winter Games, a massive Wi-Fi network will support up to 30,000 attendees – including spectators, athletes, journalists and officials. Collectively, the Wi-Fi network expects to support up to 120,000 devices. Attendees must use caution and avoid accessing sensitive information, such as online banking and other accounts, on this network due to the risks of cybercriminals compromising the network or third parties intercepting network connections.

    Credit Card Skimming – Another risk for attendees at each of these events is credit card skimming. Savvy cybercriminals can take advantage of consumer spending on such items as concessions, souvenirs and more at the venue and apply skimming devices to POS systems to intercept credit card information.

    Online and Mobile Streaming – The official website for the 2014 Winter Games will stream more than 1,000 hours of event coverage – totaling more than the two previous Winter Games combined. More than 1 billion spectators worldwide streamed content for the 2012 Summer Games and this number is sure to increase with the 2014 Winter Games. To protect against cybercrime risks, spectators must assure they only stream video from official event websites, as opposed to third party sources.

    Malicious Links – During events such as football’s “big game” and the 2014 Winter Games, increased online advertising spending and social media use pose a risk for links containing malware. For example, online advertisements may appear to link to an official Winter Games website and lead to malware being downloaded on a user’s device. Similar risks can occur on social media, as cybercriminals can create fraudulent Twitter accounts posing as athletes or journalists reporting live from the events and post malicious links, leading to consumers unwittingly accessing compromised links.

    Ticketing Scams – As with all significant sporting and other events in high demand, consumers must be wary of purchasing tickets from untrusted third parties and classified ad sites for football’s “big game” and the 2014 Winter Games. Instead, perspective consumers should always purchase from official ticketing sources or legitimate resellers.

“For the 2014 Winter Games, the extensive Wi-Fi network poses more of a risk than in years past, because consumers access the network across several devices and have information such as banking credentials, social media logins and e-commerce accounts stored on their devices,” said Baumhof. “It is incredibly hard to make any Wi-Fi network secure and there is no surefire encryption method for preventing such networks from cybercriminal activity. My best advice is for journalists, spectators and others in attendance to avoid doing any personal or business transactions over such a large, unsecured Wi-Fi network.”

While the massive Wi-Fi network is a new threat to this year’s Winter Games, ticketing scams have been a longtime risk for consumers and businesses during major sporting events. Examples of ticketing scams include counterfeits in the hands of scalpers at the venue, classified ad scams using public companies’ names and tickets sold at suspiciously high or low prices.

“If a ticket deal for a hot event such as football’s ‘big game’ or the Sochi Games seems too good to be true, chances are it probably is, and the ticket may not be authentic,” said Robert Capps, the senior manager of global trust and safety at StubHub, and an expert in online ticketing. “Specific red flags include tickets offered for sale for prices much higher or lower than other legitimate sites, and tickets that would otherwise be extremely hard to get. Fraudsters often mimic or impersonate legitimate companies such as StubHub, through online ads, and solicit payment through Western Union or other money transfer services. In the end, the consumer sends the money, and never receives the tickets.”

While consumers must prioritize cybersecurity while cheering on their favorite athletes in football’s “big game” and the 2014 Winter Games, businesses must also do their part to differentiate between good and bad actors among the high volume of transactions surrounding these popular events. To do so, businesses can turn to an anonymized global data repository, such as the ThreatMetrix™ Global Trust Intelligence Network (The Network), to evaluate logins, payments, new account registrations and remote access attempts for validity. The most comprehensive global repository of identity and fraud data, The Network uses real-time analytics to protect hundreds of millions of users and data points each day from cybercrime.

About ThreatMetrix

ThreatMetrix secures Web transactions against account takeover, payment fraud, identity spoofing, malware, and data breaches. The ThreatMetrix Global Trust Intelligence Network, which analyzes 500 million monthly transactions, provides context-based authentication and advanced Web fraud prevention to help companies accelerate revenue, reduce costs and eliminate friction. ThreatMetrix protects more than 160 million active user accounts, 2,500 customers and 10,000 websites across a variety of industries, including financial services, enterprise, e-commerce, payments, social networks, government, and insurance. For more information, visit http://www.threatmetrix.com or call 1-408-200-5755.

Join the cybersecurity conversation by visiting the ThreatMetrix blog, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages.

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ProXPN Makes Their Stand On Online Fraud Known by the World

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ProXPN Makes Their Stand On Online Fraud Known by the World










(PRWEB) August 28, 2013

A report by bankinfosecurity.com dated July 13th 2013 (http://bankinfosecurity.com/blogs/survey-says-ach-wire-fraud-growing-p-1509) says despite increased investments in antifraud solutions and technologies, banking institutions continue to struggle with losses linked to ACH and wire fraud.

The report adds that according to the survey done, it shows that despite the investments these institutions made in security controls recommended by the Federal Financial Institutions Council in its updated authentication guidance, such as dual-customer authorization, fraud detection and monitoring, enhanced customer education and IP reputation-based tools, nearly half say those controls have not reduced the number of account takeover incidents these institutions suffered in the last 12 months.

According to the survey the respondents ranked ACH and wire fraud as the fourth greatest fraud threat they continue to face with payment card fraud, phishing attacks and check fraud ranking high up the online scam ladder.

The survey further explained that over the past year the vast majority of institutions surveyed said financial losses to online fraud have either increased or remained steady. Forty-six percent of the surveyed said despite the controls they’ve invested in they’ve not seen any reductions in the number of account takeover incidents suffered in the last 12months, while 43 percent said those controls have not reduced fraud losses at all.

ProXPN is appalled at the rise in cybercrime and the lengths that cybercriminals will go. They are urging everyone to protect themselves online and calling on Governments to find better but less evasive means to protect their citizens.

By encrypting all data, while masking your Public Internet Protocol (IP) address, VPN technology like the ProXPN VPN ensures that user’s online activities cannot be monitored or recorded by anyone, hackers included. While connected to ProXPN VPN service no one can intercept information therefore users are always reassured that their online activities are privy to only themselves.

About proXPN:

Founded in 2009, proXPN is a leading VPN provider. Unlike other services they offer free accounts. Unlike the SaaS standard practice of time-based free trials, a proXPN free VPN account lasts for life and is limited only by connection speed. proXPN Premium account users enjoy unlimited connection speeds as well as advanced features such as PPTP compatibility for mobile devices and VPN Guard™, proXPN’s method of cutting all data transfer should the VPN connection fail, ensuring all data is encrypted during transmission even if there’s a system error. proXPN’s firm stance on the importance of individual privacy and security online mirrors public sentiment expressed during debates over SOPA and PIPA.























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Better Business Bureau Advises Consumers to be Informed When Choosing Tax Preparers

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Better Business Bureau Advises Consumers to be Informed When Choosing Tax Preparers











Southfield, MI (PRWEB) January 28, 2014

As the W-2 forms start arriving, consumers are searching for help completing their taxes and getting their refunds processed. Consumers can be lured by the promise of quick and big returns, only to find out later that they were duped. Better Business Bureau (BBB) advises you to check your tax preparer’s BBB Business Review prior to making an appointment and offers tips to tax payers for avoiding pitfalls in tax preparation.

Each year, consumers file complaints with BBB about delays in getting refunds and about tax preparation offices shutting down abruptly. Some tax preparation companies are open for only a few months every year, and it can be hard to track the preparer down if you run into problems with your return.

Checking BBB Business Reviews first can help consumers make informed decisions on hiring tax professionals and accountants. The BBB rates companies A+ to F based on 16 factors, including how long a company has been in business, the number of complaints the business has and how it responds to complaints they do receive.

If you decide to hire a tax preparer, BBB offers some tips and advice:


    Ask for referrals and do your research: Ask friends for referrals, but regardless of how much you trust the referral, check the preparer out with BBB at http://www.bbb.org or by calling 248.223.9400 before you hire anyone.

    Check credentials. Is the preparer a certified public accountant (CPA), a tax lawyer or an enrolled agent? Does the preparer belong to a professional organization that requires members to adhere to a code of ethics? Are they a BBB Accredited Business that requires the company to comply with its ethical standards?

    Be wary of promises. Until the preparer knows your situation, there is no way to know whether you’ll get a refund or how big it will be. Be wary of preparers who promise to beat competitor’s refunds or base their fee on a percentage of your refund. Focus instead, on reporting your information accurately.

    Check accessibility. You may need to contact your preparer after tax season is over. Will he or she be available? If so, will they still be in the same location?

    Beware of refund anticipation loans. These are not actual refunds from the IRS and in some cases, are treated as loans that carry high interest rates. Some tax preparers may offer to give you a check or debit card rather than wait for the IRS to mail your refund. These are very similar to payday loans and carry interest rates from 50 to 500 percent and some have hidden administrative fees. In most cases, tax refund anticipation loans give consumers their refund no more than a few days faster than the IRS, which can deposit refunds in the bank in as few as 10 days.

    Read the contract: Know what the service will cost, what it covers and whether the cost changes if you have a complicated return. Will the preparer represent you in case of an audit?

    Check your return: Before you sign the return, read it over to check for mistakes. Ask the preparer to explain anything you don’t understand.

    Keep all documents. Retain any receipts or documents used to prepare the tax return. The burden of proof falls on the consumer when an audit occurs. Get copies of any signed documents.

BBB also begins to field complaints this time of year about tax scams including fraudulent use of the IRS name or logo by scammers attempting to gain access to consumers’ financial information in order to steal their identity and assets. The IRS has warned consumers that it does not initiate taxpayer communications through email. Unsolicited email claiming to be from the IRS should be reported to the IRS at phishing(at)irs(dot)gov. Consumers can also report instances of IRS-related phishing attempts and fraud to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration at 1-800-366-4484.

About Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan & the Upper Peninsula

BBB Serving Eastern Michigan & the Upper Peninsula is a non-profit organization with the purpose of promoting trust in the marketplace by assisting in the protection of consumers and businesses from fraud and unethical business practices. In addition to its recognized dispute resolution services, BBB maintains business reviews on the customer service history of more than 90,000 local businesses and provides consumer education materials on numerous topics. BBB provides its services free to the public and its service territory stretches across Eastern Michigan from Ann Arbor through Metropolitan Detroit, Lansing, Flint, upward to Alpena, and covers the entire Upper Peninsula of the state.























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The Abelson Law Firm of Washington, D.C., Issues Alert About Inheritance Email Scam

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The Abelson Law Firm of Washington, D.C., Issues Alert About Inheritance Email Scam











Michael A. Abelson, personal injury lawyer


Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) January 14, 2014

Attorney Michael A. Abelson today issued a warning to the public that an apparent scammer has been using his name in email messages that fraudulently tell recipients that they have received a large inheritance.

Abelson, a nationally recognized personal injury attorney and founder of The Abelson Law Firm in Washington, D.C., said his law firm recently learned of the scam.

“I want to assure people who receive these messages that I and my law firm have absolutely nothing to do with this,” Abelson said. “We believe that our good name is being stolen by scammers who are involved in an illegal scheme.”

According to Abelson, the messages come from an email that abuses his name. The messages tell recipients that a relative has died and left them a large sum of money. The “relative” usually has the same last name as the recipient. The message asks the recipient to contact “Michael Abelson” at a phone number in the 202 area code – the area code for Washington, D.C.

“I want to make clear to the people who receive these messages that I am in no way responsible for them. I have no connection to the individual or individuals who are sending them,” he said.

The scam appears to be originating from outside the United States, according to Abelson.

Abelson has an “AV” peer review rating in the distinguished Martindale-Hubbell® legal directory – the highest rating possible – and is a former recipient of the “Lawyer of the Year” award from the Trial Lawyers Association of Washington, D.C. He is a leading member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and a sustaining member of the American Association for Justice. He has practiced law for more than 35 years, focusing his practice on representing injury victims.

“Our law firm is very disturbed that our good name is being misused by Internet scam artists. We are even more concerned that unsuspecting victims may fall prey to this operation,” Abelson said.

He urged recipients not to share personal information – such as account numbers and Social Security numbers – with the senders of the email messages. People who receive the messages may also report them to the Federal Trade Commission.

About The Abelson Law Firm

The Abelson Law Firm, based in Washington, D.C., assists victims of serious personal injuries. The firm’s mission is to seek justice and fair compensation for personal injury victims and their families. Senior attorney Michael Abelson has received the Lawyer of the Year Award from the Trial Lawyers Association of Washington, D.C., and has been listed in “The Cream of the Legal Establishment” by Washingtonian magazine. He has more than 35 years of legal experience. To learn more, call (888) 797-4242 or use the firm’s online form.























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Internet Marketing Veteran Pierre Zarokian Launches Reputation Management Company – Reputation Fighters

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Internet Marketing Veteran Pierre Zarokian Launches Reputation Management Company – Reputation Fighters










Burbank, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2013

Pierre Zarokian, CEO of Submit Express (http://www.submitexpress.com), a leading search engine marketing company since 1998, has launched a new company to offer online reputation management services. Reputation Fighters (http://www.reputationfighters.com) offers online reputation management services unlike any other traditional reputation management company.

Traditionally online reputation management providers use only SEO tactics to stop negative content and complaints from appearing high on the search results. These tactics are also employed by Reputation Fighters. However, Reputation Fighters also offers removals via legal methods. Reputation Fighters works with top reputation and defamation attorneys to remove content from the web on behalf of their clients. Sometimes a simple cease & desist letter may do the job and other times various other legal methods are used to remove content.

In addition, Reputation Fighters uses their own proprietary SEO techniques to improve positive content that appears online about the client. Reputation Fighters does not engage in any black hat methods that may be against Google policies.

Social Media is a big part of reputation management. Reputation Fighters will improve the social media presence of their clients by creating hundreds of new profiles. The new profiles will not only benefit a client’s online reputation, but also improve SEO — links and social mentions are a big factor with SEO. By registering new social profiles on hundreds of sites, clients can reserve their brand name so that cyber squatters and/or irate customers will not be able to register the URLs in order to damage the brand in the future.

Reputation Fighters has had great success in reducing the visibly of negative reviews and complaints on sites such as RipoffReport, Yelp, PissedConsumer, Scam.com, Scambook, Complaints.com, ComplaintsBoard and TheDirty. In certain instances Reputation Fighters has been successful in completely removing the content from the sites they appear on via legal methods. Reputation Fighters also offers Yelp reputation strategies and has been successful in the removal of negative Yelp reviews. The company also offers proactive reputation management and reputation monitoring.

“The best defense against negative reputation is proactive reputation management,” Zarokian said. “Do not wait until you have negative reviews to do something about them. You need to be pumping out positive content about your company all the time and ask all your happy clients to post positive reviews.”

CEO Pierre Zarokian is an expert in Reputation Management and is a regular article contributor on Search Engine Watch. He was recently interviewed by Forbes magazine and Search Engine Journal about his expertise.

About Reputation Fighters

Reputation Fighters provides online reputation management service, including reputation repair, reputation monitoring and proactive reputation management. Reputation Fighters is not a law firm, but engages with other attorneys to help their clients. For more information about Reputation Fighters, call (888) 880-1619 or visit http://www.reputationfighters.com.














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New Fat Burning Supplement Gains Traction in Weight Loss Industry; Real Dose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 Review Released by OverallHealth.org

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New Fat Burning Supplement Gains Traction in Weight Loss Industry; Real Dose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 Review Released by OverallHealth.org












(PRWEB) August 13, 2013

Weight loss and fat burn remains one of the top consumer product niches in today’s retail market, likely because of the emphasis this culture places on image. The result has been a flood of weight loss supplementation onto the market, like the wildly popular but largely untested green coffee extract, which makes a purchase decision all the more difficult for sincere weight loss discerners. OverallHealth.org goes over the RealDose Nutrition weight loss supplement, Weight Loss Formula No. 1, with a fine tooth comb, in a review released today.

States Henry Rearden of OverallHealth.org, “I’ve scoured the internet actually looking for negative buzz or scam alert on this product, and I can find none. Consumer feedback is nothing but positive.”

Summarily, the RealDose supplement unlocks the body’s natural fat burning potential by acting upon the hormones that normally prompt weight gain. The result is that real people in RealDose Nutrition’s double-blind clinical studies are losing more than twice the amount of weight versus placebo when following the exact same diet plan.

In fact, two separate ingredients in this formula are both proven in human double blind studies to double weight loss, and RealDose has effectively combined them together with a third component, also effective even by itself. For more information about the ingredients and effectiveness, OverallHealth.org has made a detailed review available here.

Further, weight loss seekers also want to know that a product is safe. RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 is stimulant-free, decaffeinated, and non-addictive. It can be taken with any meal plan and weight loss program, without conflict. Finally, it contains only natural ingredients – no GMO, gluten, dairy, eggs, or soy.

It is important to understand what makes the RealDose forumla effective, in contrast to the myriad “gimmicky” and incomplete products burdening the retail shelves these days. To this ends, OverallHealth.org emphasizes a visit to its website for the RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 review.

Here’s the RealDose website link, where plenty of information on the product is available.

OverallHealth.org is a free-spirited site where author and chief editor Henry Rearden enjoys profiling and reviewing fresh – sometimes trendy – new products to hit the health market. Anything in the periphery of health and well-being is fair game for Henry to pull off the shelf for a look-see.























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SaleHoo: Review Exposes Wholesale Supplier Directory for Online Retailers

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SaleHoo: Review Exposes Wholesale Supplier Directory for Online Retailers











Salehoo Review


Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 10, 2014

SaleHoo, and online directory of dropshippers and wholesalers, as well as an educational resource for retailers selling on Amazon and eBay, has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting an investigative review.

“SaleHoo is the best all-in-one resource for those who make a profit selling on Amazon and eBay that want to get an edge over the majority of their competitors,” reports Michaels. “This website gives members access to the quality resources, education, and training they need to turn profits selling merchandise online and basically make money while they sleep.”

Those who join SaleHoo have access to more than 8,000 screened suppliers who provide members with secure, quality resources for their products. More than 1.5 million products in 150 different categories are available through SaleHoo suppliers. Additionally, members can enjoy full access to the Market Research Labs to determine which products will be most profitable to sell beforehand. In the Seller Training Center, members will have access to free eCommerce and eBay training from an expert team of retailers, including topics such as drop shipping, how to avoid scams, and which products sell best on eBay. Members will also be able to participate in forums with other retailers who use SaleHoo for advice, tips, and know-how. 12-month membership for SaleHoo is available for $ 67. Members can also take advantage of SaleHoo Stores, where they can create their own professional online store, for just $ 27 per month. Currently, SaleHoo offers a 60-day money-back guarantee for all who join the online community and are not happy with the resources and information they find for any reason.

“The proof of how valuable SaleHoo is comes from the more than 100,000 retailers that use the site to stay safe from scams and make sure they’re purchasing the best products and the lowest prices,” says Michaels. “The tools and resources that SaleHoo members have access to through this site are really invaluable considering the massive increase in profits they can provide for their online selling activity.”

“Whether someone is just looking for some supplemental income or is ready to make online retailing their full-time job, SaleHoo is the absolute best choice to start or improve online selling.”

Those wishing to become a member of SaleHoo or for more information, click here.

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Click Click Profit: Review Released by ReviewsGod.com

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Click Click Profit: Review Released by ReviewsGod.com










New York, Ny (PRWEB) January 21, 2014

With bunch of binary options trading softwares online, Click Click Profit is a new name that has quickly made its way. It promises high accuracy ratio in trades and hence high profits. But with many scam softwares in binary options trading niche, ReviewsGod.com brings out a detailed Click Click Profit review for the users to understand it better.

For the official site, visit http://clickclickprofit.co.

Binary options has been an online trading market where the success ratio of the investors is quite low. Very few people do make real profits while most people lose money consecutively in hope of making profits. As a result, number of binary options softwares have flooded the market which promise to provide accurate profitable signals but many of them prove to under perform on their claims.

Click Click Profit is a new binary options signal software which has been released for sale after extensive testing for months and it is backed by pre-launch user tests. The final result is that the product Click Click Profit provides over 85% of successful signals which implies real profits on investment.

This software is basically free but it requires a deposit into the recommended binary options broker before the software starts working. So the entire procedure can be divided into 4 steps:

1) The user sets up an account with the binary options broker recommended by this product.

2) The user then makes a deposit into the newly opened trading account.

3) The software download link is sent to the user by e-mail.

4) The user downloads the software and places investment as per the signals given by the software.

The user can also contact the support team of Click Click Profit if he/she needs any guidance or wants to clarify any doubt any time. The usage of the software is very easy as it has been made by keeping an average user in mind. There are tutorials provided along with the software to make the user familiar with the operation of the software.

Some of the top features of this product include:

1) Ease of usage and operation.

2) Step by step instructions for operating the software.

3) Based on extensive real time testing.

4) A highly dedicated support team.

5) High success ratio of the binary signals provided by the software.

The user can also withdraw the profits made by him anytime from the binary options trader. With a full fledged beta testing of the software, one can be sure that this product delivers what it promises.

A reviewer, Ryan Donald says, “I have been an active binary options trader since 3 years but this product has just surpassed my experience, it works much more than any other thing i have tried till now.”

Overall, it can be said that the product Click Click Profit has real potential in its claims which can be predicted from its heavy sales records and successful user testimonials.

For a genuine version of the product, download from the official site http://clickclickprofit.co.

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FuneralRecord.com Launching Guide To Educate People About Funeral Scams

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FuneralRecord.com Launching Guide To Educate People About Funeral Scams












Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 10, 2014

FuneralRecord.com is set to launch a guide to avoiding scams by funeral homes, the company announced yesterday.

“What we find very upsetting is that often, as soon as a family member passes away scam artists begin to circle like flies,” a FuneralRecord.com spokesman said. “This is when people are at their most vulnerable. They often don’t know what they should be doing, so it becomes easy to scam them out of their money. We want to do what we can to prevent grieving people from becoming scam victims.”

The anti-scam guide is the first action taken by FuneralRecord.com after they completed their launch process, he said.

“Now that our company is up and running, it’s time for us to start with additional features,” he said. “We think that building up a members’ area with information that can help and protect our customers is a good place to start. That’s why this guide will be the first of many we produce to deliver value to our customers.”

The guide will explain all of the most common funeral home scams and give people step-by-step directions on how they work so that they don’t become scam victims, he said.

“Did you know that some funeral homes sell coffins that they claim to be waterproof but that actually explode once they have been buried?” he said. “That’s the type of scam that FuneralRecord.com wants to expose.”

About FuneralRecord.com:

FuneralRecord.com is an online source for public records that specializes in delivering the most comprehensive death reports in North America. Generating hundreds of customers daily, FuneralRecord.com prides itself on providing the highest degree of customer service and report accuracy. Visit FuneralRecord.com today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-675-8607, or email Manager(at)FuneralRecord(dot)com with any questions or concerns.

















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Tips for Choosing the Best SEO Company

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What does SEO include?


Canada (PRWEB) January 10, 2014

Search engines are unquestionably one of the best platforms for businesses to sell their products, services and promote their brand image online. While more and more consumers are coming to use Google, Bing and Yahoo! to look for services that can meet their needs, an increasing number of businesses appear on the first page to cater to all the potential needs of modern consumers.

The problem for businesses is that the first page of any search engine is an extremely competitive place. Regardless of the niche, each company needs to struggle in order to come ahead and stay on top of its competition. Probably the best, most affordable and surest way to get an edge in your niche is to choose the right SEO company to optimize your website. However, there are many scams out there waiting to rip you off. Hence, as a business owner or marketing director, you need to be extra careful when choosing an SEO agency to work with. Of course, there is always the option of doing the optimization part all by yourself. However, the latter is not recommended, unless you have plenty of spare time studying the trends and keeping up with whatever Google decides to update or change in their search engine algorithm. To get away from all these headaches, it is of paramount importance to choose a reputable, experienced and affordable online marketing company. The following tips are prepared by Neueseo – Canadian SEO Company to help you choose the right Search Engine Optimization provider and invest your money the right way.

How to Choose the Right SEO Company?

Here is the tricky part. You can’t just simply go online and search for “experienced and affordable SEO companies.” You need to do much more than that. The SEO agency that ranks first in your city is not necessarily the most suitable one for you as well. First of all, their services might not cater to your needs. Secondly, they might offer low-quality services, even if they have reached the first place in Google’s search results.

In order to get the peace of mind that you have made the right choice, keep in mind the following facts:

Avoid Lists of Top SEO Companies

Try to avoid companies listed on “top SEO businesses” lists. Usually, most of these companies have purchased their spot in these lists or are simply over promoting themselves. Unfortunately, reliable and trusted lists do not exist and you should do your own research on forums, blogs and review websites to find out more solid facts.

Do a Background Check

Good SEO companies will definitely have some defining characteristics that can draw your attention and capture your interest. Make sure a company has social profiles on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ with active messages and followers. Check if they have an existing location where you can stop by which will show that they will not disappear from the face of the Internet once you pay up money. Some of the best places to begin your search for SEO companies include SEO forums, articles from sites like SearchDay, ISEDB, Clikz and SearchGuild and other places that you know are genuine sources.

Expertise

A good company to work with will always teach you something for free and will offer their help with your website and hosting to ensure everything is inline for your SEO campaign. Hence, if you find no useful or new information on a SEO company’s website and proposal, or they will constantly charge you for every consultation and change, you should probably think twice before hiring them.

Ask for References

If one of your close friends, family members or work colleague has worked with one of these companies before, you should pay attention to what they have to say about SEO agencies. Whether you are an affiliate marketer, a small business owner or a corporate manager, taking into account what other reliable persons have to say is a smart decision.

Reputation

Another main aspect when looking for a SEO company is reputation. Once you’ve narrowed down your list of choices, you should check into their reputation. Look for feedback, reviews, certifications and connections. It is importance to work with an agency that has a good reputation. Otherwise, if you associate with scammers, people might think your business might be a scam too.

Transparency

Check the company you wish to work with for transparency in all areas, especially methods, abilities and practices. A company that uses white hat SEO techniques won’t have anything to hide. On the other hand, an agency employing black hat SEO methods won’t certainly be that transparent as they will be ashamed to show you over-spammed websites they will use to submit your website.

Affordable

A professional SEO contractor has to review your website and its performance state in search engines before offering a quote. It’s also best to consider paying the right price for the services offered. While price is not necessarily a function of quality, being too cheap when making a final choice is a common mistake. A good company that offers all SEO services, including on-site and off-site optimization, Social Media Optimization, email marketing, local search optimization and Google Adwords, can charge a reasonable fee of over $ 1000. If you are small business or a startup, your bill can start from $ 500/month for organic optimization.

Performance Based Services

The most important factor is to get an estimate for your website to rank top 10 (first page). Be aware that most companies use terms “most of our clients website rank within 6 months”, “your traffic will increase after 1 month”, “it can take of up to 8 months” and etc. which does not formalize real traffic improvements and could mean you will end up paying year after year without seeing any results. If your website uses authentic SEO optimization it would take 3-5 months to reach top 10, and 5-8 month if your website uses Black Hat SEO, has been penalized by Google or does not fit to Google Webmaster Guidelines. If the SEO company refuses to explain what will happen after 6-8 months if your website will not rank top 10 or offer free of charge services, know that your money is going down the drain.

Final Words

Choosing the right SEO company is not as much a daunting task if you follow the above tips provided by Neueseo. If you still don’t feel as comfortable with some SEO offers, it never hurts to get a second opinion from friends or co-workers that may have enlisted the server of a company in the past.

















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