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If you have received e-mail messages with links to the websites below, please do not click on any of them. The websites that the links point to were created by scammers to generate revenue from online advertising. All the links will do, is display pop-up advertisements on your screen. The e-mail messages with these links will appear as if they came an e-mail address from someone you know. This technique is called e-mail spoofing.

The Fake Websites


The website names start with business15*; the scammers are changing the name, therefore, be careful when visiting websites with names that start with business15 and has at the end.

The Fake Websites,

The websites are designed to look like a legit News Network website with an article titled "How did this stay at home mom make $13900+/Month". If you click on any of the links on any of the two websites, a pop-up window will appear with an advertisement. The scammers will get paid each time an advertisement is displayed or clicked on.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • September 10, 2013 at 11:38 PM by info

    Here is another website: hxxp://


  • October 2, 2012 at 1:02 AM by an anonymous user from Lilongwe, Central Region, Malawi

    Thank you for the advice. I was one of those who thought this was real and thought I would get a try at it. Not knowing it was just a waste of time. I will be neglecting such websights.



  • June 15, 2012 at 10:57 PM by an anonymous user

    Thank you for telling me. A friend sent me an email with the link in it and remarked "this is rather awesome". However, when I clicked on it, Symantec's endpoint protection on my office PC instantly blocked the link. Sometimes, Symantec gets it totally wrong, which is both, humourous as well irritating - as in the case where I was trying to download a Seth book (Part of The Seth Material) called "The Magical Approach To Creative Living" on spirituality and positive thinking, and Symantec insisted on blocking it, and labelled it p**nography! I was deeply shocked, as well as amused, as I don't waste my time downloading or looking at X-rated this case though, Symantec got it right, and I am grateful to you guys and Symantec for the guidance.


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