Domain Alert: CAROL SMITH This is your Final Reminder of Domain – myexpiringdomain.com

Many moons ago, when the internet was young you did have to notify search engines that you had a new website.  Those days are long gone.  There is no such thing as “domain name search engine submission.” Search engines aren’t interested in domain names on their own.  They are interested in content.  All the search ...
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DEAR USER

DEAR USER
What a load of old twaddle.  Which “database” are you about to be removed from?  Which “Support desk” sent this email? Don’t know?  Neither does the person who sent this, who is just hoping you will click on the link and give them your email address and password.  Then they will log in and email ...
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Your energy bill is ready to view

Your energy bill is ready to view
Really?  I don’t have an account with EDG energy.  Be aware that if you do, this is a fake.  Plus £818 is around what I use in a year in oil and electricity. Clearly the amount is meant to make you panic so you click on the link.  That link doesn’t take you to EDF ...
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Boost Site Traffic

This garbled bit of rubbish was left as a comment on one of my sites.  The web link given took me to a gig on fiverr. Where the author claims to be a “UK Based IT Consultant! 12 years SEO Experience!”.  He also claims that English is his “Native” language. Yet he (yes, you can ...
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Hey, I could really use the help, (it’s Part Time work)

Hey, I could really use the help, (it's Part Time work)
Bloomin’ ‘eck.  I was expecting the usual dodgy, fake, work from home and get paid by check then send some to a third party type scam. Not a bit of it.  The link doesn’t even take you to a job website – real or otherwise.  First it takes you to a site that does look ...
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YOUR FUND $5.5 MILLION HAS BEEN APPROVED:

Nice to know there’s still so much spare money floating around in Nigeria.  And all it will cost me to get my hands on a cool $5.5m is $670.  A bargain.  What could possibly go wrong? (Answers on a postcard, please) A question.  We’ve been in existence for nearly 9 years now, should I set ...
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Important: Register yournewdomain.com on Search Engines

This is purely and simply a scam.  It goes with the previous post here on keepsafeonthenet.  This appears to be a relatively new con.  I have recently registered two new domain names and have been flooded with emails asking me to pay to “register” with Google, Bing and Yahoo. That is a load of old ...
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Courtesy Reminder for Search Engine Submission of yournewdomain.com

I recently registered two new domain names.  Withing 24 hours I was being flooded by emails asking me to pay for “search engine submission”.  Many years ago, when the internet was new, you did have to notify the search engines that you had a new website.  Note that having a website, ie content, on your ...
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