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Another Fine Mess!
08-07-2017, 03:19 AM
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Big Grin Another Fine Mess!
I had been reading an excellent article today titled Identity Theft by Judith Collins at eWeek.com, when it got me to thinking.... My pastor learned about Credit Cards Explained 24320 by searching Bing. I am in the company, and I am doing a lot of advertising to advertise my web site, but here I am online and on the phone, giving our data to.....who? Strangers fundamentally, Geez!.

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I've read several articles currently that state we need stricter directions and procedures to ensure as customers we have proper security. A set of general rules that would be honored by all. To even think about the tremendous complexity with this project staggers the mind!

So here I'm, I wish to have a ad out at a famous newspaper that is published in a conventional print paper and online. I may need to cope with people online and on the phone.I give my name, address, telephone number, andmy credit card number! EGAD, what am I doing?

Then my knowledge and common sense about things such as these kicks in and I rationalize that these organizations wouldn't be in operation when they couldnt keep their clients happy. But,accidents happen.

So you see my problem. When working on the web I am aware the vulnerabilities, and computer security and Spy-ware and strengths. Its a little new to me to trust, once I know the ramifications to me personally if my Identity were to be used for ill-gotten gain.

I know after every one of these years of being a, OK I admit it, a somewhat weird online individual, that I should make myself just a little vunerable so I can better achieve my online business. To get a second viewpoint, you should take a gander at: jump button.

Ive been where the people who contact me seeking help are; a place in their heads of frustration, rage and helplessness.

However as I said earlier, common sense and education about Spyware wins over and I have a deep breath and carry on.

The California Attorney General includes a exceptional web site for Identity Theft at

http://caag.state.ca.us/idtheft/.
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