Author: eHomemakers

Beware Of SMS And E-mail Promising Gifts, Public Told

PETALING JAYA: Bank customers are warned against being duped by SMSes and e-mail promising money and gifts, said an advisory forum chairman. Communications and Multimedia Content Forum of Malaysia chairman Datuk Borhanuddin Osman said that in some instances, the promise of gifts and easy money might tempt people into falling for the scams. “You need to…
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March 22, 2016 0

Common Work At Home Scams

Scams are every where online. Just about every where you go online you will find ads for so-called “easy and fast money” jobs. Anything that promises “easy money” or “big bucks part time” is full of it. Don’t waste your time on something that promises fast and easy money because it’s not going to happen.…
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March 22, 2016 0

Latest ATM Fraud

Beware of the latest ATM fraud, click here to find out.


March 22, 2016 0

Don’t Fall For Scams, Police Remind Public

KUALA LUMPUR: People continue to fall for scams as syndicates change tactics and strategies. City commercial crime division chief Asst Comm Mohd Aris Ramli said that, despite constant media coverage, people were still being duped by well-known ruses such as black money and tender scams. “The syndicates tend to change their tactics but the catch…
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March 22, 2016 0

Internet Scam Goes To Court

RM65mil cyber fund case the first in Malaysia KUALA LUMPUR: A 47-year-old “cyber fund manager” who has been operating without a licence became the country’s first man to be charged in a court for an Internet investment scam involving RM65mil.   Phazaluddin Abu, who is also a general manager of a computer company, claimed trial to…
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March 22, 2016 0

Identity Theft: Count the Ways

I received an e-mail message from “Paypal” not too long ago. The e-mail stated that PayPal needed me to update and verify my security information for their database. I didn’t. One of the sentences in the e-mail read: “Complete the necessary verification tasks within 5 days, or your account might get temporarily suspended.” That didn’t…
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March 21, 2016 0

eHomemakers Responds To A Call To Ban Work-At-Home Businesses

Letter to the Editor – The Star (Opinion), Friday June 9, 2006 Beware work-at-home scams WORK-AT-HOME scams are springing up like mushrooms and victims are often left to find their own remedy.  Complaints of being cheated are often referred to the Consumer Claims Tribunal for redress.  But getting redress is not easy as the perpetrators of…
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March 21, 2016 0

Work At Home Schemes

Editor’s Note: Although the article below is from the US-based Federal Trade Commission, the issues examined are relevant to any situation in which work-at-home schemes are up on offer. Be part of one of America’s Fastest Growing Industries!Earn thousand of dollars a month – from your home – Processing Medical Billing Claims. You can find…
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March 20, 2016 0

The Red Flags Of Affiliate Marketing Scams

Thanks to the legitimate business model of online affiliate marketing; many people are earning a good living working from home. Unfortunately there exists a series of affiliate program scams masquerading as genuine Internet marketing opportunities. These scams are designed to make their creators wealthy without providing value to their customers or associates. Email scams and…
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March 20, 2016 0

The Ten Big Lies Of Multi-Level Marketing

The multi-level marketing (MLM) field grows and its member companies multiply. Solicitations to join the movement seem to be everywhere. The impression accordingly grows that it is indeed the wave of the future, a business model that is gaining momentum, growing in acceptance and legitimacy and, as its promoters claim, will eventually replace most other forms…
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March 20, 2016 0