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Who’s the "Crazy Evil Genius" Behind a Global Domain/Identity Theft Racket? and.. Would You Let Your Boss Put a Chip in Your Body?

Today: Fraud, Networking, Positive People, Netflix, Chip Implants, Hollywood, Making Money, Amy Pascal, Kathleen Kennedy, Stacey Snider, Identity Theft, Impersonation, Domain Names How Does Netflix Make So Much Money? Today: Biometrics, Biometric Sports Tickets, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Microsoft, Netflix, Amazon, IBM, Gender Neutral. Tomboy, Startup Scaling Would You

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NamePros : PayPal refunded payment linked to fraudulent domain sales

Quite unsurprisingly, PayPal refunded payments for domains that were fraudulently sold, but not those sent as a “gift.” A massive new fraud incident that was squashed at NamePros, unveiled some interesting facts: About 80% of all fraud that has taken place on NamePros over the past couple years, which is still a relatively small number, […]

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Internet Crook, Using a Deceptive Domain Name, Masquerades as Donald Trump Online to Siphon Millions In Contributions

Domain name at the center of deception. Meet the man siphoning money from Donald Trump’s namesake domain. Says Mike Mann: “Internet crooks, using the almost-endless number of new web addresses, have used them to masquerade as legitimate companies in order to defraud idle browsers and steal their details. These impersonators have also been able to […]

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Soothe Among Entrepreneur’s 10 On-Demand Services to Watch 2016; Seriously? Windows 3.1 and floppy disks?

Don’t feed the trolls: How to manage comments on your web content; How to Position Your Brand’s Content for the New Era of SEO ; Cyber criminals pose as Amazon in email scheme; Facebook Shuttering FBX as Dollars Move From Desktop to Mobile; As iPhone sales slow, can Apple pivot to AI? 6 Ways Repurposed […]

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How Nick Kullin created a $70,000/month business practically overnight

Dell plans to IPO a company it bought for $612 million and make it worth $1.4 billion; Invented name Duluth (.com) (Duluth Trading) grows its web traffic by 30% with TV ads; Two vendors pair up to keep fraud from repeating; Magento takes precautions after ransomware attack; Bose changed its headphones to satisfy Apple, and […]

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Misleading Domain Names At Center of $95 Million Investor Defraud

How famous tech companies got their names; How to Think and Act Like a Creative Genius; There was great confusion when the United States fell. Many celebrated as the lights flickered and then blinked out.(where where you?); What is the difference between branding + inbound marketing? TO GET A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE, TURN YOUR PROBLEM UPSIDE […]

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Insight Investment Management .CO : Fraud attempt halted via UDRP outcome

The Respondent in a UDRP against the domain insightinvestment.co, attempted to facilitate fraud in a novel way. After registering the domain that closely matched the .com, Hossein Fazlollahi of Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, sent an email to the executives of Insight Investment Management Ltd., a British company: “Good morning, Atul, – Can you please do […]

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The LLLL.com Conundrum; Why Sales Will Lose Their Jobs To Computers

Fraud: the silent (profit) killer; Genuine Connections: Meeting People Where They Are; Are You Operating at the Speed of Culture? Why Music is the Next Big Thing in Content Marketing; Why The Freelance Economy Is A Social Tragedy In The Making; How to Impress Anyone in 30 Seconds or Less; Twitter is teetering because it […]

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CentralNic : Fraudulent domain invoices seeking payment

CentralNic sent out a warning to its customers, notifying them of a fraud campaign targeting domain name registrants and registrars. The fraudulent communication uses mailed invoices impersonating CentralNic; the bank accounts, however belong to the fraudsters. The email notification about this scam from CentralNic follows: We have recently become aware of a postal fraud campaign […]

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Cybersquatter jailed for seven years after prison break

Fraudster Neil Moore, who escaped from prison by cybersquatting, has reportedly been handed a seven-year sentence by a British court. As we reported last month, Moore escaped from Wandsworth prison merely by sending an email ordering his release from an hmcts-gsi-gov.org.uk email address. He’d registered the name, a typo of the genuine hmcts.gsi.gov.uk used by […]

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