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What is Voice Recognition Scam?




Voice Recognition scams which wiped off several hundreds out of people’s bank balances are now creeping in, into UK.  Voice Recognition uses voice signatures to charge you for products and services, and it is perfectly legal if you subscribe to it. However this Voice Recognition Payment has created a huge loophole for scammers’ action.

How Voice Recognition Work

You get a phone call from a local number,  the person on the phone will introduce himself, his products and or services. The person then will ask you a very direct question, ‘ CAN YOU HEAR ME?’ Your answer is recorded. If you say ‘YES’, your response can be edited, and subsequently use in purchases of goods and services that you know nothing about.  Your voice recording can also be tendered as evidence of an agreement to the transaction.

Of course, for scammers to be able to lay hold on you paying for goods and services, will target you for others too, like laying hold on card details and other useful IDs like your (DOB), and residential address.  The scammers are ready to delay getting these useful information about you on delay tactics.  That is, once they have your voice recorded saying ‘YES’, they can look for an avenue to get others, like your address and card details. A good example of this is offering a sample product, and asking that you only pay for the postage. If you agree to this, both you address and card details are then at their disposal.

How to protect yourself from Voice Recognition Scam

If you ever get any such call, and the person ask you ‘CAN YOU HEAR ME?’  don’t give any direct question like ‘YES’, you can say, ‘I CAN HEAR YOU CLEARLY’. Needless to say, just hang up the phone after that. And you must remember not to say ‘YES’ on the phone during phone conversation to telemarketers, especially to anyone you do not know.

Do not agree to test product samples that you will have to pay for the postage. You might think you are having a bargain, but the actual motive here is getting your bank details and or residential address. to further defraud you. Indeed, let caution be your watch word.



Looking for love? Don’t be scammed this Valentine





Report from FBI indicated that romance scam is the highest financial losses of all internet facilitated crimes with losses of over $230m.

The internet age is making most things possible, including of course for those looking for love through online dating.  This means that ‘SPECIAL PERSON’ can come from anywhere in the world, even from a country that one has never visited. This is where online relationship scams come in. These scammers take undue advantage of human need for love, affection and companionship.

Fake Social Media Profile

Online relationship scam can happen to anyone, indeed anyone who is on dating website is susceptible. These scammers fabricate and exaggerate their social media profiles, get others to follow them to boost their profiles, all to trick you into falling for them. Do not trust the photo displayed on the social media, it is usually culled from old magazines. Men are targeted by photos of extremely attractive females, while men pose as very successful.

Will avoid face to face meeting

This is because they are not genuine, and the cat will be let out of the bag. They are likely to be away on ‘overseas assignment’, a perfect excuse for not being able to meet up with you for now.

Request for money

This is the only reason he is on the dating website in the first instance, to scam others by asking for money for non existence medical emergencies, either for self or family members. Do not send  money to anyone you have not met in person, especially when you are on a dating website.

All dating websites are susceptible

All dating websites are susceptible. Do not think you can pick and choose a website based on ‘quality’, as these scammers prowl on virtually on all websites, so be cautious.

Be cautious

one out of ten sex offenders get their victims online. Ten percent of all dating sites are scams, and twenty five percent of rapist use dating sites to seek their next victims.


Internet crimes rise




Internet crimes have gone through the roof in recent months,  as more than 90,000 was committed in UK, during the first half of the year. Criminals are targeting both businesses and individuals, no one is left out. They obtained their tools from hack emails, social media, phone calls and whatever they lay their hands on. How do you protect yourself from all these?

Online Shopping

If you are shopping online, which most people do these days, make sure the website is a genuine one, not prototype ones. This is because there are loads of fake website that mimics the original ones.

Social Media

Keep your online social interaction to the barest minimum, because criminals use data obtained from your social media platform. Do not divulge personal information and be vigilant always, especially to those request for friends and follow-ship.


Be cautious of opening email links. Phishing is a fake email that appears to be from your bank, credit cards companies, couriers. They use the right logo, so you will find it difficult to differentiate the real thing. All they want is to steal your personal and sensitive information.

Romance scam

This target lonely men and women that register with online dating websites.  The scammers use data available on social media as well as what is on the dating websites. The scammers set up exaggerated social media profile about themselves to deceive you into believing you have met ‘That One’ , that wonderful individual and you just relax and divulge more than you have to. Read more here

Job Offer scam

You need to know that not all employment postings are legitimate. Most of these scams may charge upfront fees, and you usually get fast track response, or outdated and fictitious, that will never lead any job offers. How to spot employment scams:

  • Exaggerated remuneration – out of this world pay structure, is meant only to attract your interest further.
  • Request for your bank details to pay in your salary – this might be the start of other request of your data.

Please take care always and be vigilant.


Mobile Phone Scams




Mobile phone scams or ‘smishing’ as it is called, is where scammers send a text or link to your phone, purporting to be from your bank, energy provider or even tax authority trying to get you to give out sensitive information .

Mobile phone scams have more than double recently because more and more people are now using their mobile for surfing and for other online services. So scammers find this a haven for fraudulent work.

How ‘smishing’ work

Scammers here pretend to that the message they send you is very urgent, which you need to respond to immediately. They might say, they need to confirm a payment request from your bank or similar issue like that. Sometimes they can ask for your bank details or pin, they will say this is to confirm whether it is you.  The essence is to steal your identity for a more sophisticated fraud.

How to be safe from scams

  • Do not give out any personal information on the phone to callers, even if they said they are from a legitimate company.
  • Do not call them back immediately or on the phone number they gave you.
  • Drop the phone immediately, just hang up on them.
  • If you want to be sure, get the company phone number directly from phone book, before calling to check from them.
  • Do not open any link just delete  immediately.

Ignore a call or email you do not recognise

You are wise to ignore any call or mail you do not recognise. This is because scammers are now likely to make threatened call asking for immediate payment, which otherwise will make you suffer catastrophe.

Scammers are likely to present themselves as your energy provider, lottery officials, tax office, insurance agents, computer technicians, or charity organisation.

Just hang up on them, or better still do not pick up.

Organisation now help to limit scammers operation

Most internet giants are now helping to at least limit scammers’s operations. Agreed they cannot totally be eradicated. Companies like Microsoft, Yahoo and Google are now ale to encrypt fraudulent links, although most still escape their actions. Microsoft have a way to request users to report scammers email, text or link.

What is Neobux Scam?




Neobux is NOT king of the PTC for a good reason, but rather a big scam, in a subtle way, and you will never know, until you have some cash, which they do not want to pay, they will just lock you out, and you will never hear from them NEVER again. They sit on the money, and they have done it to countless people. They will do it for you, so DO NOT USE NEOBUX EITHER TO ADVERTISE OR EVEN REGISTER TO VIEW THEIR ADS AT ALL. THEY ARE A BIG TIME CHEAT. 

Neobux – king of PPC SCAM

Neobux modern day slavery.

When you enrol with them, they will give you hundreds of ads to view to attract you. On top of that, they will give their so called ADPRIZE, which is four ads to one that you have clicked. Imagine the number of ads you will view in a day, this can last you up to five to six hours. All you get is a dollar.  In deed you just waste your time, signing up with Neobux, IT IS NOT WORTH IT. All this, would not have been bad, if they have not set out to cheat you out of the little money you make in viewing their ads.

Rented Referrals, Neobux greedy machine.

Renting Referrals is where Neobux ensure the money they said you make, is recycled back to them. They encouraged you to rent referrals. DO NOT RENT ANY REFERRALS, OR EVEN ENROL WITH NEOBUX.  You are only to going to lose money at the end. This is because the greed of Neobux wants you to recycle the so called referrals, put them on auto pay, and auto recycle. Before you know it, all the little money you make for your six hours a day on viewing ads will soon vanish.

And when you adjust, and do not want referrals again, they wait until you have substantial amount, and will block you out, claiming on reason or the other and since they do not want to pay any way.

Neobux Forum – A Grand Deceit

Do not be deceived by reading members forum of making thousands of pounds, and having thousands of rented referrals in the process. This is NEOBUX grand deceit to encourage you to register. They are all orchestrated, people they paid to set these up. That is the reason that these claims cannot be substantiated. You never see any proof of payment. You CAN NEVER MAKE MONEY WITH NEOBUX, BECAUSE THEY WILL RIP YOU OFF IN THE END. 

Do not use Neobux for your ads

Internet marketers should not use Neobux for your website ads, or for your products launching. The first reason is because Neobux uses robots to view your ads, and your ads will never convert. This is another greed exhibited by owners of Neobux.

The second reason is that Neobux never display your URL, this means you never get any follow up, and of course, they know the reason why your URL is not shown, they are viewed by robots.

Neobux days are numbered.

The greed of Neobux will certainly drive it into oblivion, having cheated so many struggling individuals trying to make end meet, and spending hours viewing their ads, sure this sort of greed will not survive for too long. Nemesis will catch up on them, this is a natural law, they will soon be caught up.

ClixSense, a better option than Neobux

If you are interested in PTC, its better to register with an honest and reliable one, who will not cheat you out of your pennies, and will pay you on time. In deed you will earn more with ClixSense, especially with surveys, tasks and offers, considering the fact that you you will spend about a tenth of the time you spend Neobux on ClixSense, and earn even more. Register with ClixSense here.

ClixSense displays URL of its advertisers.

ClixSense will display your URL, so ads you put on ClixSense will convert, and are seen by real people, and therefore real conversion.

Neobux King of PPC Scam

This is real,  stay clear of Neobux, you will waste your time, and loose your money at the end of the day. Do not make this mistake, be grateful that you have been warned. Neobux is a big scam in the PPC industry, STAY CLEAR.