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Spam email links to ezdayloans.com which redirects to loan-quick.biz where you enter an e-mail address to go to a get-rich-quick video at mobilemoneycode.com where you enter an e-mail address to go to pay this fraud at billing.clicksure.com
Risks: tracking and spam, credit card fraud, identity theft.
Do not provide any financial or personal data.
In cahoots with 'binary options' fraud scammers/spammers. Using the string 'clicksure' to filter email messages into the spam folder with clear a lot of crap out of your inbox.
i thing it is a goot side
i like it
it is verry cool
another great scam form the great web, pay to get info to link to another info site which requires payment, to link u to another web site for payment, total garbage! aviod all costs
1) Apparently and evidently Webpage viewers MUST be at least eighteen(preferably twenty-one) years of age to use this questionable site.
2) This webpage seems to be accessible *Exclusively* through e-correspondence links of the "http://www.app.getresponse.com/..." variety that, if the gullible-*pro-tempore* reader(s) clicks(click) or taps(tap) upon them, will open the running of a lengthy overview-providing, concluding-sales-pitch-laden video advertising the reported superiority of the exclusive "military-grade" Mobile E-marketing System," also effective at creating desktop- or laptop-PC- and/or-iPad-or-MacBook-friendly "B2B," or business-to-business-friendly links--links that supposedly make users "a ton of funds," just as sample interviewees "Monica"(US$529,860.80 within an entire month)--who made or earned by remote-control unfathomable totals of as "few" or "little" as US$7,360 and as much as $27,316.80 *DAILY*--and "Jean"--who just earned US$880.00 total, not $15.00 as she was expecting, on "autopilot" while she did virtually nothing on this most recent Sunday(N. Am. time zones), August 5 --did. Beware of heeding the instructions to sign-up by tapping or clicking the "Download now" graphic-button--https://billing.clicksure.com instantly opens after www.mobilemoney... .com's staff's e-mail-processing "app" runs through to completion; "Email" gets "suppressed by global rules"; without "apps" or add-ons such as WOT to block access to this suspicious competitor with Clickbank, risks ensue: the "60-day money back Guarantee" and marketers' wish for your quick success, or their program (or app) suite is free, a set-turned pack of lies; the $49.00 (USD) fee, non-refundable(contrary to what's advertised); credit- or debit-card remittance information you supply, possibly misused for unilaterally-beneficial marketing and re-charging and multiple-billing...or automatic subscription-enrollment...purposes, if neither for more fraudulently gruesome ones, for remotely-controlled funds-depleting theft, nor for peripherally-pertinent-data-mining(-and-misusing) purposes; the "free" training you receive, not germane to any situation at hand and/or only very-minimally applicable--waste of preparatory effort(s), time, and money; the app you download, only a waste of device RAM and ROM(or local secondary or disk-space-housed memory) that fails to deliver or help deliver you the inordinately-huge wage, credit, or victory- or prize-derived sums promised. This set of sites, then, ought to also be deemed unfit for and off-limits to anyone who is at least seventy-one years (preferably, sixty-three years) of age.
3) Web-safety-enhancing applications, www.SaferNetworking.org's Spybot Search&Destroy, e-mail junk-correspondence-blocking filters, and Windows Defender or its anti-viral analogs are critical "musts" to, thankfully, prevent *anyone* from going forward with the US$49.00 transaction.
I am confused that sites like these should be classified as unreliable with a red colour. Why are such practises not stopped online?
scam billing website.
Ponzi scheme advertised by spam
same old bull shit,dont get involved
Some kind of Ponzi scheme. Spammer