Lady Lynda as a proudly stepped onto the stage smiled warmly at the eager young professional crowd. She felt the excitement pulse throughout her stocky form. The woman felt her legs feel a tad unsteady as she gushed with the thrill of telling the men and women a most important subject matter. It was a good thing she thoroughly practiced walking in her pumps tonight For this night Mrs Seymour Toze reminded herself she would be talking about a fabulous informative and easily navigated antiscam site scamalert.sg.
The first line is in order from left to right is first category types of scam. Second category is personal experiences Third column is Media News ie Scams in the newsedia Fourth topic is resoruces and lastly “Lets Fight Scams” It includes data on charity scams, Nigerian scams, romance scams, scams that target senior citizens, phone scams, IRS, social security scams. Please let me explain the scams involve people pretending to be from these agencies. Dear folks I too was a victim of a social security scam. To cut to the quick I called up the social security office and they set me straight. Ahem excuse me for clearing my throat I meant straight as being truthful. I don’t mean to offend any dear sweet gay men and women here.
The name of the site is scamalert.sg. It includes general information on scams There is data on types of scamps. It includes what looks to me an exhaustive list of scams. It gives helpful advice on how to fight fraud. There is a toll free 24/7 to report or get help from being scammed. It even shows vidoes on how to protect yourself from unscrupulous scammers. The site gives the reader the opportunity to check if a business opportunity is real or not. Scamalert.sg is easy to navigate The print is easy to read.
To me the scamalert.sg site is a comprehensive, useful site for anyone who wants to know about, report and protect yourself from scams. It is from Singapure. However it is a site for anyone and everyone on the net who wants to be protected for potential scams.
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