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FTC Cracking Down on Scams using “Free” Trail Offers

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The Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on online marketing scheme’s using “Free” Trail offers as a way to scamming consumers of their money. A federal court stopped an online operation that allegedly stole more than $450 million from consumers in the US and other countries at the request of the FTC. The alleged ringleader, Jesse Willms and 10 companies ... Read More »

Penny Auction Free Bids Scam Alert

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Previously we’ve written these article on why you need to be cautious and careful with penny auctions. Now come this warning from the Federal Trade Commission. Online Penny Auctions: Nothing for Something? Who doesn’t love to get a good deal? Some people shop sales circulars, others clip coupons. Still others find online penny auctions to be a fun way to ... Read More »

Penny Auctions: If You’re Not Winning, You’re Losing

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A week ago the BBB posted an article in the blog section of their website entitled “Penny Auctions: Unless You Win, You’re Probably Wasting Time and Money.” Personally, I found it hard to believe that penny auction sites were at all accredited by the BBB – this new blog post of theirs makes me feel a little bit better. In ... Read More »

Are Penny Auctions Sites Worth It? RIP-OFF Alert!

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Penny auction sites are skyrocketing into the peripheral sites of digital users left and right. Steve recently wrote an article giving an inside look into one penny auction site: QuiBids.com. If you’ve never used or seen a penny auction site, let me break it down for you: there are various items, some big ticket and some small ticket, that are ... Read More »

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