Lady Lynda took a deep breath to steady her stage fright as she strutted on stage. She figured looking proud would belie her nervousness. As her eyes perused the crowd she picked up on the women and men’s varying degrees of enthusiasm. It seemed the further their seating was the more it was a challenge to hold their interest Seymour Toze’s wife looked directly into the patrons. She told herself she could do it. She could win them over.
tells her eager audience the most effective ways to tell if a web site is fake. She discusses tell if a web site is a phishing one. Some resources for finding scam sites. What to specifically look for to see if a site is bent on scamming. The speaker goes into detail on the internet address, their use of free emails and how to do a whois search. She explains whois. com is a major way to look up who owns the site. What domain is listed under. Who owns the domain and other relevant, crucial information for networkers checking out bizops.
The woman is on her toes as she concentrates on her talk and not her pacing in her open toed pumps. She wished she could wear the spikes that Seymour adores but she glumly realizes she is too chunky for those kinds of shoeware. Trying to put her disappointment of not completely pleasing her spouse, the woman continues on with her topic. She waves the hair out of her eyes to keep herself somewhat more comfortable under the hot lights.
“One way of seeing if a site is secure is to look at the url. URL stands for uniform resource locator. To put it in non techie terms its the internet site address. In other words if you type int he url correctly there is a web site. Virtually every internet site begins with http://. However a secure ie a site you can trust with your cash starts with https. That s stands for security. That means its safe for you to spend your money there .If any business, ie commercial site does not contain that https don’t ever spend even a penny there. You probably know this but if you don’t http are the first characters of most web pages.
I know of two internet resources to read unbiased reviews of sites claiming to be buainess opportunities. These sites are reviewopedia.com and sitejabber.com They give unbiased reviews from people with experience dealing with the business they reviewed. These two are free and open to the public. You don’t need to register. They are in my humble opinion rich resources for find objective reports of various potential money making sites. AA t =
A third method is to do a search on google with the search terms name of biz op or program and then scam. This is a highly effective way to discover if something is a scam. This is especially important if the site looks legitimate. Looks as they say can be deceiving. Of course it it looks too good to be true it is too good to be true. I don’t believe anyone became rich over nightt without any hard work involved.
“I;d like to end by telling you wonderful people some personal grievances. There are two of them. One is those timed offers. If someone or a company is sending you an offer it is only fair they give you the time to think it over. Any time a biz op demands a reply immediately that makes me get the willies. Believe you don’t want to ever get the willies. Instant decisions get me as mad as mad as well as my good Texan friend Dan D. Walker would say as mad as a nest of swirling, twirling hornets eager to fight each other.
My other major issue are ads with no info except click here. What is that about? I want to know before I click. Oh stuff like cost, risks, any guarantees. Don’t you my friends? Don’t you want to know if a site can be trusted if there is any cost? I know for certain I would want to know.”
One last note check to see if there are trust signs and if they link to the site you’re checking out. If Verisign, Norton and Macafree are on the site and liked to it it’s an excellent sign the web site is trustworthy. And I trust you found my talk informative and helpful to you.” With that cheerful note Lady Lynda walked off the stage.