Month: November 2010

Google Redirect Virus Removal

The Google redirect virus removal tool is one of the most sought after removal tools for viruses of 2010 / 2011. The Google redirect virus is infecting millions of computers around the World. Designed by expert hackers, it is highly annoying and will continually redirect your web searches to fake websites. The main reason why this virus is is one of the most damaging is that it cannot be removed with traditional antivirus programs. Instead, you need to use special methods or tools to get rid of it, which have remained a mystery until now. CLICK HERE to get the Google redirect virus tool.

Tentative Fraud Detection (TFD)- Email Scam

Did you get the Tentative Fraud Detection (TFD)- email scam? You better read this:

The “Tentative Fraud Detection (TFD)” email is a scam!

Here is a copy of the scam:

Visa/MasterCard user, There has been a fraud tentative detection on your credit cards, also your strange activity over the internet requires you to activate/verify now your information on file as a security measure and for keeping our records up to date. Please use the following link to activate/verify you card and information now: Fraud Tentative Detection-Update Here If you will not activate/verify your information within 24h your accounts will be totally blocked. Thank you, Visa&Mastercard Technical Department


Here is the ACCEPT THIS FOR YOUR PAST EFFORT Email Scam. See below


How are you today? Hope all is well with you and your family. You may not understand why this mail came to you.But if you do not remember me, you might have receive an email from me in the past regarding a multi-million-dollar business proposal which we never concluded.

I am using this opportunity to inform you that this multi-million-dollar business has been concluded with the assistance of another partner from Paraguay who financed the transaction to a logical conclusion. I thank you for your great effort to our unfinished transfer of fund into your account due to one reason or the other best known to you. But I want to inform you that I have successfully transferred the fund out of my bank to my new partner’s account in Paraguay that was capable of assisting me in this great venture.Due to your effort, sincerity, courage and trust worthiness you showed during
the course of the transaction.

I want to compensate you and show my gratitude to you with the sum of US$1.5million. I have left a certified international bank draft for you worth of US$1.5million cashable anywhere in the world. My dear friend I will like you to contact Mr.Jason Duke, on his direct email address at :[ ] for collection of your bank draft. I authorized him to release the Bank Draft to you whenever you ask him for it.

At the moment, I’m very busy here because of the investment projects, which I and the new partner are having at hand.Please I will like you to accept this taken it with good faith as this is from the bottom of my heart,Also comply with Mr.Jason Duke`s directives so that he will send the draft to you without any delay.

Email address:[ ]

Therefore, you should send him your full Name and telephone number/your correct
mailing address where you want him to send the draft to you. Hoping to hear from you.

Thanks and God bless you and your family.
Barr,Frank Ubah.

Tis' the Season for Email Scams

As always, when the economy is suffering, email scams will increase and this holiday season will probably be worse than ever. During the last couple of months there has been an increase in people flocking to multi-level marketing scams. They are just hoping to help ends meet. And when they see a glimmer of hope in their inboxes, they think its fate when in reality its just a scam from another person trying to make ends meet as well. The best advice we can give is to friend test it prior to acting on any solicitaions in your email box. By friend testing I mean ask several friends about it first. Have they gotten the same messages in thier inboxes? Do you or do they know who it was from, if so call sender and ask them about it, don’t just reply to the sender, it might not be who you think it is.