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The Internet gives opportunity to many people to make money, including fraudsters. We cannot think of a world without the Internet However, most people are not aware about the flaws of the Internet. Taking advantage of peoples’ ignorance, lots of fraud firms dupe people of their savings. They develop fake online job portals and fraud charity centres to trap Internet users. Their intention is to track peoples account information and personal details of Internet users. IYogi’s press release ab Read More...
Poverty and disasters can be witnessed anywhere in the world. Many people take an initiative to help disaster victims. However, there are fraudulent activities that take place in the garb of charitable work. People around the world lose their money when they give donations to fake charities. Without thinking twice, people offer money to suspect groups when a major disaster occurs. The latest alert by iYogi on charity fraud explains how the fraudsters work and it talks of the precautions that nee Read More...
Credit card fraud is an online threat faced by online retailers. Merchants who accept online payments for goods done through credit cards are the main targets of the fraudsters. The payment is done using credit card information that is fake or has been stolen. In order to avoid being cheated over the Internet, traders must keep several things in mind while selling goods online. They need to match the physical address and the billing address of the buyer, contact the customer for detailed verific Read More...
Online ticketing allows users to buy tickets without going through the hassle of waiting in long queues. Although this method is fast, there are chances that the users could fall prey to the Internet Ticket Fraud. The architects of this fraud attract customers by setting up authentic-looking websites and the customers are lured into buying tickets from them. The tickets that are issued turn out to be fake and people end up losing their money as well as the chance of watching their favorite progr Read More...
iYogi provides alerts to help its customers to prevent themselves from online frauds and scams. You should never trust a website that is new and offering unrealistic deals. Such deals can be a part of online automotive fraud. Before buying any vehicle or posting an ad for any vehicle on new websites, try contacting them through an e-mail or phone. If you do not receive any response from their end, do not proceed with your ad post or purchase.  You can also check for the content posted on this w Read More...
iYogi continuously monitors and publishes activities to alert other customers of online fraud and scams.   Online auction fraud is a serious threat to online commerce as it undermines online trust. You may come around the advantages and disadvantages while engaging in online auction activities. Many people usually get caught because of the lack of prudent behavior from the victim. So, you have to be very careful to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of fraud. Buyers and sellers who do not Read More...
iYogi provides consistent updates and alerts on browser fraud. Phishing scams continue to rise with the popularity of social networks and social programs. Phishing is the act of someone pretending to be a reputable company - say a bank - and thus sends out messages, either in e-mail or IM, stating that changes require the individual to submit their personal information. This may include the person's username, password, account number, and even SSN. The problem, of course, is that no reputable co Read More...
Frauds are lurking in the Internet to snatch away your precious savings in the name of investment schemes. Internet Ponzi Fraud has fooled many people into losing large sums of money, with the promise of very high returns on investment. The crooks lure people with professional-looking  websites, marketing ploys and e-mails into making investments, and then pay off the older investors from the funds of newer ones. As there is no actual profit being made, the system collapses under its own weight Read More...