When you’re looking for gifts – or just something for yourself – gift cards are a great option. You can almost do anything with them, depending on where the card is for. But did you know you can also get a free gift card from many places online? You’ll have to fill out offers to do so, but if you’re smart, it’s a great thing to get into.
Another thing to look for is if your spouse is up a new alice mail and doesn’t tell you about it. Of course the only way you will know this is if you found out about it on your own. They may have even joined Instant Messenger. They can also have a Face book page that you do not know about in order to contact the other person in secret.
So, are Christians more vulnerable to e-mail hijacking? Not because they’re being targeted or persecuted, but because they aren’t taking proper precautions and while we can trust each other, we don’t have to fall like dominoes when one of us is compromised.
You do not offer a free affiliate program. One of people’s basic needs to survive is money. When you offer them a free opportunity to make money they will line up to visit your web site.
Recently, someone hacked into my hotmail account, used my e-mail contact list to send a message to the addresses and then deleted my contact list. The perpetrator used my name as the sender, thus damaging my reputation and ensnarling other’s with his scheme.
You do not offer free current information. Supply news stories related to your web site. People want up-to-date news on the topics they are interested in. They will also be interested in visiting your web site.
Look out for e-mails from friends containing nothing, but links or an advertisement. Pay attention to your friends writing styles and use signatures, so they can tell you apart from hijackers. Don’t put your signature on auto-pilot…. hand type it every time. I use a simple signature that I can type quickly. Don’t program your signature in, because then it will automatically go in any e-mail sent from anyone using your account. Be safe, and just because you can trust your friends… doesn’t mean you can trust their e-mail account!