Why are we vulnerable to Internet Report Scam and get your money back-artists? The numbers of Internet users are increasing dramatically, and this incredible growth attracts all types, including scam-artists. It is imperative that you learn to protect yourself.
It boggles the mind the number of people that are now using the internet. As of January 2008, according to Internet World Stats, there are over 1.4 billion Internet world users and over 246 million of them are in North America. During the last 8 years, the numbers of users has grown by 127.9% in North America and by 290% in the world. The present numbers of users only make up 21% of the world population.
With this tremendous internet user growth, of course, summons both the good and the evil. Unfortunately, scam-artists have wormed their way into the internet. You may have even fallen prey to one or more of these perverted predators, selling you their latest “get rich quick” scam. The dictionary’s definition of scam is “a ploy by a shyster to raise money, a fraudulent business scheme, deprive by deceit”.
In the Internet world, the word scam-artist to me is best described as one who attempts to intentionally mislead a person or persons into buying a worthless product for the sole purpose of taking their limited supply of money. Elie Wiesel said, “There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest”. We must protest against those who deceive us.