Scammers And Fake Listings On Ebay


There are so many frauds going on in the internet, and that is just sad because it makes the experience of using certain services worse for everyone. Once in a while I do find blatant scams, and recently it happened on Ebay again. I purchased a new guitar recently (not on Ebay) and I am happy with it, but I still have some other guitars on my radar if the price would be right. Of course, Ebay is a great place to find bargains, and especially with guitars we’re currently in a buyers market, which means you really could find … Continue reading Scammers And Fake Listings On Ebay

Cringeworthy Scam Attempts


Scam emails are always cringeworthy and amusing. So, recently there are more and more scammers targeting domain owners. Seriously, that’s hilarious! Who is doing that? I mean, you must be an idiot if you think a webmaster would fall for a scam email. Whoever is sending out these emails, it must be an extremely dim person, or I am wrong and some people really fall for it. Most often I don’t even get scam emails as they land in the spam folder, but sometimes a few come through but I delete them right away, unless they are way too funny. … Continue reading Cringeworthy Scam Attempts

Origin Referral Program? No!


Be careful, there is no EA Origin referral program and if you found a website that promise that there would be one, it´s not legit, it´s scam. Electronic Arts has not officially announced a referral program. It would be great if we could refer people, family members or friends to EA games if they planed to buy a particular game anyway. It would be great to get a bonus but as said, there is no official referral program until today and if you found one, it is most likely scam, so be careful. In the past there were fake websites … Continue reading Origin Referral Program? No!