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For over 10 years Dr Don, at a personal investment exceeding $50K, has investigated and research a broad ranges of Scams, Fraud, Business Models and Programs. Programs include, but limited to PTR/PTC, Trading Accounts, High Yield Investment Programs (HYIP), Gifting, Matrix, Malware and Spam. The results of which were added and posted in the
- Internet Users Handbook 2009-2014
- Internet Scams Anonymous Groups located in many of the popular Social and Social Business Networks
- Various Blogs most of which have been closed in favor of the Internet Crime Fighters initiative.
Programs reflected throughout this website come from a variety of sources and to the best of our ability are scam free. It is strongly recommended that you disregard the claims and hype and do your own Due Diligence and decide for yourself.
Guarantees and disputes resolutions work well with PayPal, ClickBank and others, but not all Guarantees are real just as many payment proofs and even testimonials may also be fake
Most sites have their own disclaimers such as “There is no guarantee that you will achieve the results claimed within the site or that you will make any money at all”
This blog also contains advice, opinions and statements from a broad variety of resources and information providers. The Internet Crime Fighters Organization does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of said information. Reliance upon any such advice, opinion, statement, or other information shall also be at the User’s own risk.
All trademarks, logos and images are copyright of their respective owners and used under the provision of Fair Use. (17 U.S.C. § 107). Where possible related articles, links and sources are identified. In some cases where the “Original Source” cannot be identified, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will make the appropriate changes or delete the content.
Notes from Friends
- It is important to realize that, for many of us, we seek to blame others for our mistakes or lack of actions. Sites like Web Sites of Trust, even Facebook, Twitter, etc. make it easy for us to complain when a site is not performing to our expectations. Overnight success is seldom achieved by most of us.
However, we cannot run around blaming someone else for our failures online. All too often we write of the program as a scam when, in fact, is may be a winner for others. Before we label a program a scam, let us get some facts; who, what, when, where of a scam…
Our failure may be our Approach to Marketing and following or implementing the Plan of Action for a perfectly viable program. Be honest with yourself and get some help
- One man’s scam is another man’s bonanza and by this I mean that many people on the net write to me about scams (as they call them) but in 99% of the cases, they have not learned their craft and cannot market them or have not taken the time to learn how to use the tool they have purchased.
And while there certainly are scams out there I am thinking that it might be a better route to take to review sites in the form of articles and present them as an opinion or an overview of the site and if you feel strongly that they are a scam then give them a rating system so that people could read reviews of a site just like they do any product like at Amazon or Groupon or something like that.
- Long Lost Friends. Beware of that email from a long lost friend that really doesn’t not sounds like it is from your friend. It likely contains a link to some form of Security Threat – Do not click that Link!