2 edition of Internet Cons & Scams found in the catalog.
Internet Cons & Scams
John J. Williams
Written in English
|Contributions||Clifford Williams (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
American Cons and Scams Submitted by bjs on Tue, AM In April , Social Research held its 37th Conference at The New School. a collaboration with the Society of Fellows and the Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University, the conference examined "Cons and Scams: Their Place in American Culture.". A jaw-dropping exposé of fraud in America today-who's doing it, how it's done, and how you can protect yourself-the world of fraud is laid bare: from personal finance and investment schemes to Internet scams and identity theft, to pyramid cons and the infamous Nigerian advance fee :
Faking a Terminal Illness: Jessica Vega has been indicted for fraud and grand larceny and is accused of faking leukemia in order to get others to pay for an expensive wedding and honeymoon. The case hasn't been tried yet, but the type of behavior she is accused of is similar to cons used on Internet dating sites (the fake illness ploy).Reviews: Title: Fakers: An Insiders Guide to Cons, Hoaxes, and Scams. Author: H.P. Wood. Target: Grades 6 and up. What this book is about: The mantra of this book is that if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. The author traces the origin of common cons and you would be surprised how many cons of the past keep getting revamped to influence.
Now, that’s really a comfort because in these days of Internet scams and cons, I know that secure transactions can really protect you from fraud. I’ve heard about these types of scams before, but this one has to be for real because there’s even an official-looking logo on the letterhead in the attached PDF. This is so exciting!!! Sheye and Danjuma have a name for the advance-fee email scams, in which victims agree to to send money to a stranger, banking on the promise of love or Author: Erika Eichelberger.
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CONS, SCAMS & HACKS A REAL ESTATE CE PLAYBOOK North Carolina Real Estate Commission Continuing Education Student Information Sheet READ IMMEDIATELY UPON CHECKING IN Basic CE Requirement (21 NCAC 58A) The CE reading a newspaper or book; Top Ten Internet Cons & Scams 17 The Nigerian Prince Scam While writing The Confidence Game, her new book on con men, Maria Konnikova found how social media and oversharing have made scams easier @chengela Fri 15 Jan EST Last modified on Thu.
Phishing. Spoofing. Spyware. Swoop and squat. Malicious spam. Chain letters. Ponzi schemes. ID theft. The Internet Era has created a whole class of frauds and schemes that separate people from their money. It's also given new life to older cons and scams. This /5(3).
In “Undue Influence: Cons, Scams and Mind Control” Patrick O’Reilly and Phyllis Rosen, a clinical psychologist and an attorney, provide a succinct explanation of the subtleties of abusive persuasion. Internet Cons & Scams book I highly recommend this book for anyone struggling to understand how they fell for a fraud, or trying to protect a loved one/5(15).
Confidence tricks and scams are difficult to classify, because they change often and often contain elements of more than one type.
Throughout this list, the perpetrator of the confidence trick is called the "con artist" or simply "artist", and the intended victim is the "mark". How to Avoid Online Travel Reservation Scams. Go directly to the official website of the hotel, airline, or rental car agency to book your reservations.
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Or try Norton. Scams, scammers, and you 5 Why scams succeed 6 Your strategy to defeat scams 7 How to deal with scams 10 "No!" 12 1. Pyramid schemes 15 2. Amazing offers and demands 21 Uninvited offers, 'prizes' and lotteries 22 Advance fee fraud 24 False billing 26 3.
Door-to-door scams 29 4. Investment and financial scams 35 Financial scams over the phone A con man reveals the secrets of cheating, scams and hustles in this roller-coaster ride through bar bets, street hustles, carnivals, Internet fraud, big and small cons, card and dice games and more.
Includes the exact frauds that the NYPD regard as the most common. While there are many reasons for this, one factor is the surge in book-selling scams: counterfeiting, author “doppelganging,” title cloning, ebook piracy, cut-and-paste plagiarism and other.
Here’s our list of over 70 common online scams to be aware of: Email-based scams. Email scams are a type of online fraud. While it’s true that a fraudulent offer can be contrived with almost any story, there are a few “tried and true” cons that seem to crop up repeatedly over time, such as advanced fee fraud, over payment fraud, and work from home scams, among : Jon Watson.
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-- The main target for scams are those 50 years of age or older This book will expose all the latest scams, frauds, and cons -- and can be updated yearly, if necessary, to expose all the latest -- credit card fraud, telemarketing scares, Internet scares, identity theft and hundreds of other items that are geared to separate you from your money -- is a multi-billion dollar.
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Information about common scams. Tough economic times are, unfortunately, boom times for scammers, as people desperate for money and jobs let down their guards and are more likely to pursue. From John Crestani’s desk comes Work At Home Secrets & Scams – A book that’s endorsed by a guy named Chris Hansen.
Which is exactly what it says on the tin. Joking aside, this page PDF comprises 11 chapters that not only expose the “secrets” deployed by ratbag scammers in the money-making world. But also uncover the best-kept “secrets” of the highly successful 5 – 6.
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But before we go into the stories, here’s a quick glance at the backdrop.The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, which tracks internet-facilitated criminal activity, received nearlycomplaints inreporting total losses of more than $ billion.
Of.Inalm complaints categorized as romance scams or confidence fraud were reported to IC3 (nearly 2, more than the previous year), and the losses associated with those complaints.