Beware of Fraudulent E-mails

Have you ever received an e-mail like this? "Hi. I just received an official looking e-mail from my small business payment processor that looked suspicious. It said that the company noticed fraudulent activity on my account and wanted me to log-in to verify that the account was mine. I clicked the link in the e-mail. The company's homepage and a form popped up asking me to enter my ATM card number, user name, password and social security number in order to verify and unlock my account. What do I do?" Read on to find out how to protect yourself from e-mail spoofing and phishing.

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Ten Tips for Buying your Next PC

Are you in the market for a new computer? Perhaps you're looking for the perfect holiday gift; or maybe your computer is on its last legs, and you're due for a treat. In either case, buying a new computer can be daunting. This guide will tell you what to look for in your next hardware package.

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You’ve Got a Web Site, Now What?

Does this sound familiar? "My web site has been up for 3 months, but I still haven't had a single customer. I thought once the site was built customers would pour in." Assuming that building a web site will automatically draw in customers is one of the most common misconceptions about online marketing. Creating an online business is similar to creating a brick-and-mortar business, you MUST advertise. We've got several online and offline tips to help your web site get the exposure it deserves.

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