Back in December I was in Spain and got robbed.
I immediately emailed everyone I knew to wire me money to pay my hotel bill.

Yes, you guessed it, my email account got hijacked and this was the email that went out to everyone in my contact list.

It was a crazy day, to say the least, taking ribbing from my friends, and emailing business associates to assure them that I really wasn’t that flakey.

But something else happened that day.

Amid the chaos a friend called, “Pam, is that you? Are you okay?” Clearly shaken he went on, “I was literally just on my way out the door to Western Union to wire you money.”

He was shocked I had answered my, supposedly stolen, cell phone and I was shocked that my business savvy, quite intelligent friend had been taken in by this scam. 

That call changed everything, I was no longer thinking about the embarrassment and huge inconvenience, now I was afraid that there might be other friends and associates who didn't know that this was a scam.

Sure enough I started getting emails from people I hardly knew telling me why they couldn’t help me out.

Again, I was shocked. Hadn’t they all seen this scam before?

As soon as I could I sent out emails to let everyone know that all was fine.

After the dust settled, I was left wondering whether my mother would be taken in by the scams of the day were she still alive, especially the ones that specifically target seniors, or what about the phone scams?

The affirmative answer to these questions, and the fact that I don't want anyone's parents to fall victim to these scam artists resulted in my writing my latest book shown below.

I hope you will read through this book carefully, and keep it at hand when in doubt, because this book will allow you to enjoy your online time, as well as get you up to speed on the scams that are perpetrated over the phone, via text, and through the mail.


This Book:

  •       Reveals the latest scams in circulation so that you can see right through them

  •      Alerts you to phone scams and how to quickly identify if a caller is in fact a scam artist
  •      Describes precautions to take when reading your email
  •      Explains how con artists prey on those looking for companionship and romance
  •      Provides simple ways for checking out ones suspicions rather than remaining vulnerable

See what respected organizations are saying about Computer Scams:


Don't make the mistake of believing that if you only use Facebook or go online to send and receive emails that
you need not take precautions. In fact, many scam artists use the information posted on social networking sites to then contact their target by telephone or email.

It’s also important to remember that the reach of scam artists today extends far beyond our computers. Being
familiar with what these scams look and sound like is your greatest protection against falling victim to them.

Every year older computer users wire money to scam artists posing as family members in trouble, they fall for scams that cause them to reveal sensitive financial information,
and 60% of people 60 and older are victims of prize or sweepstakes fraud, according to the U.S. Postal Inspector.

Don't be a victim to these scam artists who are laughing all the way to the bank. Get the education provided in the 128 page text below so you can protect yourself from being taken in by such scams.

Below is an Excerpt From Chapter One:

Don't Simply Hope an Unfortunate Incident Doesn't Occur 
Be Proactive and Order Your Copy of Computer Scams Today And 
Do Your Part to Prevent it From Happening

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