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Sunday, March 1, 2009

"FREE SCORE".COM SCAMS, freescore.com, www.freescore.com

Anonymous said...
"FREE SCORE".COM SCAMS YOU TILL THE CLOSE WITH A TEMPORARILY DOWN SIGN ON YOUR TASK BAR. ANSWER THE REQUIRED QUESTIONS, AND PAY THE MONEY...AND SCREW OFF.

March 1, 2009 5:24 AM

4 comments:

  1. Same thing happened to me. I entered all the information, including credit card info, only to be shown a page that simply said I was not authorized to view the info. Then that page disappeared too. Now I'm worried I was scammed for my credit card info.

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  2. free score.com
    "FREE" gimmee a break, they suck you in with
    a so-called $1.00 "refundable" credit card fee
    get it ? they've got your credit card number
    then they charge you $29.95 per month (thats
    360.00 p/y)its not even an insurance against
    fraud just an alerting service if somebody is
    routinely checking your credit, "big deal"
    BEN STEIN sgould be ashamed of himself endorsing
    this rip-off. i wonder what they paid him ?
    his credibility has gone to zero-minus in my book

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  3. It' crazy how many people fall for this... Ad scams around the world as well!

    There are so many scams, most based on elderly but many scams with the recession and such; more and more people are getting sucked in...

    If anything ask you for your credit card number don't give it out, lottery winnings are Bullsh*t, and they all just want your money...!!

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  4. !!GOOD-DEED-MAKER!!November 12, 2009 at 6:45 AM

    Guys, never click on a link that you don't know, it automatically downloads a file once you click. This file is called botnet, it allows the hacker to see any password, username, credit-card number, anything, and everything you submit online. Even on the most well known "trusted" websites, especially facebook for ID theft. Just by clicking that link your are giving the hacker the permission to check see everything. Evey breath you take, every move you make, and every smile you fake. Take it serious. BTW, he's not sitting out there waiting for you, there are 3.6 million computers were infected on 2007 only here in the states. Moreover, he just comes back home, checks his very very intelligent program, it gives him a report of all your visited websites, all the usernames, passwords, etc. Then, he's not done but you're DONE!! A piece of advice here: make sure you have an antivirus, and again, do not click on a link you don't know. If you recieve an e-mail saying that some invited you to join....whatever the social networking website is, please go on the website it self, don't click on the link, make sure you type it in the adress bar. Delete all e-mail messages of this kind. Wish you all the best. !!GOOD-DEED-MAKER!!

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