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I PURCHASED MEMBERSHIP OF A GENEULOGY SITE ON THE 11/30/2008 WITH ONLINE CREDIT CARD AND RECEIVED A RECEIPT FROM CLICKBANK.COM AND GIVES THE NAME OF THE SITE AS WWW.PEOPLES RECORDS.NET BUT I CANNOT FIND THE PROGRAM I HAVE PAID FOR. PAYMENT DETAILS - PAY METHOD ROYAL CARD SUBTOTAL- 44.47 WITH V.A.T. TOTAL 52.60 FURTER INFO. PRODUCT- BASIC PASS PRODUCT ID.- 226 PUBLISHERS SITE- http://www.peoples records.net

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Call them and try to solve it with their support. If you can't get it resolve with them call your credit card company and dispute the charge. It will cost you nothing but 15 minutes time to resolve it.

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Phishing is one form of internet fraud wherein unscrupulous individuals extract personal information and use them for illegal transactions.

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In some selected trading websites, phishing is commonly done in order to swindle other members of the site. example of phishing sites area adult content websites. these sites area easy to create and they generate lots of internet traffic. this is the perfect place to get information. Former members our company (who has been banned) commit this type of offense. they are called "carders", people who use other people's information for their own benefit. to this day, there are countless number of carders in the world wide web as I know it, and this should serve as a warning to all.

Doesn't it make you wonder that a seller, who can sell items valued at less 100,000 at half the price?at close scrutiny, you will discover that person doesn't have own car, commutes to do meet ups and you can't fathom how they could afford such a luxury item. this is how carders operates and this has a lot to do with phishing they create fake websites and make it attractive to internet surfers.
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Emails are also prone to phishing. phishers will create a fake Gmail or Yahoo which claims to have lost their database and needs you to re-enter your username and password. Do not fall prey to this sort of charade. the information they gather from you will be used to access your email accounts.

Tips to avoid Phishing.
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