We are currently away for holidays and we will resume our hot scam business in Jan 09. Please continue to submit any comments, questions, articles, mails, complaints, etc.

If you are pissed off with scammers and needed someone to listen to you cursing them, please feel to drop us a mail. Most scams are normally deals that are “too-good-to-be-true”. If you are unsure if what you have encountered is a scam, please check our website for similar scams before asking us. Otherwise, you are 99.99% right by not responding to any of such]]> deals or offers and you will have a happier time. Don’t worry about missing out a “good deal”. Some people will exploit your “holiday mood” to conduct a scam.

Sometimes, it is a blessing to continue to own what you have, rather than “getting what you want”, esp. with deals that sound too good to be true.

You would rather keep your money safe in your pocket or bank than to waste the money on fishy deals that promise something that you will not get. Becareful not to let your guards down during this holiday.

Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!