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Re: Online Ad Scams, Part 2: Fighting Back
Posted by: Pam Baker 2012-04-18 13:57:00
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Victims bilked of their money by fake online ads are not the only ones hurt. "Blatant fraud, like the fake-news diet promotions and other online scams that have sprouted in recent years, only serves to undermine consumer confidence and eventually marketers and business as a whole," said attorney Bill Rothbard. "For the Internet to achieve its full potential as a commercial medium, it's essential that the online direct response marketing industry establish a clear set of best practices and an effective program of self-monitoring and self-regulation."


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Re: Online Ad Scams, Part 2: Fighting Back
Posted by: Brenda870 2016-11-25 07:35:18 In reply to: Pam Baker
It seems like scams are everywhere nowadays. Your article contains many useful views and ideas, thank you for your awareness. It is very important to avoid all Internet frauds and do not allow them make money on you.

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Posted by: karycat 2015-01-12 00:17:38 In reply to: Pam Baker
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