How many times have you had the experience of your phone or tablet or Kindle being filthy enough to the point where it wouldn’t respond to your swiping ? (Now be HONEST)
And you probably did what most of us do in a Quick Fix. Wipe it on your shirt or tissue. Bad! Bad! Bad!
Believe it or not – USE SCOTCH TAPE!
- Take a piece of Scotch tape,
- Lay it on the Screen,
- Make sure you place it horizontally or vertically all the way down,
- Pull it off,
- Move to the Next Row,
Simple. Easy. And no scratches.
Until next time, Stay Informed …
Some Food for Thought
Motivation, Information, Resources, Health Alerts, Food Alerts, Education, Fraud Alerts, Scam Alerts, Money, Grants, Credit.
Most people want Success .. But .. Believe it or not – a majority of people don’t take action until they’re in unsettled pain.
That’s a pretty sad statistic and one that you will learn how to change with this system. You will learn how to develop Motivation Strategies that Focus on What you want without the pain and you’ll enjoy the process without looking back!
Nutrition, Health, and illness issues will be right here at your fingertips. Food alerts, contamination reports, and so much more will be right here for you to build into your life.
Financial Fitness will be another healthy concept that you can work on while you’re here too. Building real friends through real networks that use the virtual community as a tool, not as their ‘life’. You’ll start building your life the way you want to and you’ll be building your social skills along with your social network.
So much is here for you. Don’t pass on it.
Incorporate the One-Click Access Systems’ straightforward and Focused Approach to change your life around to an efficient way to find important things online. You’ll be glad you did.
Start at the beginning and work through each step. None of us benefit from thinking we’re too good to do this step or that exercise. It’s your life – take advantage here and succeed.
Stay Informed …
Funny How Life Can Turn on a dime and throw everything upside down and sideways at the same time.
Makes you reconsider everything you thought you had worked out and came to conclusions about and How to Proceed with everything you had in mind.
Well … Life is not static. That’s for certain.
It’s been months since I’ve written and so much has happened. Even though writing a post a week really shouldn’t be that difficult – it seems that it took a bat, swung it at my head, I ducked and the back swing clobbered me square in the face. So I decided to go on a reading spree and did you ever notice how when 1 thing happens another thing jumps up and then before you know it a dozen things seem to have risen up to bat you in the head and trip you up seemingly out of no where?
Yup! That’s what happened.
But the good thing is I re-evaluated and decided to restructure things. It may take a bit of time to achieve the final goal but the end result shall be easier to manage and easier for you to follow.
The weirdest thing of all is my stats have spiked during my hiatus and it just seems crazy how things like this happen. Lesson to be learned – even when the worst seems to be upon us – there is something good happening that we don’t even realize.
So – I leave you with this simple post and look forward to changing the show up quite a bit here by making everything even more user One Click Friendly. Thanks and as always, Stay Informed.
So – now the FBI IC3 division sends out what to be suspicious of and low and behold I’m receiving the exact type of info they say to be wary of. Isn’t this just grand.
Here are some of the warning signs and Defenses that are recommended from the FBI:
While eliminating your exposure in the current digital age is nearly impossible, law enforcement officers and public officials can take steps to minimize their risk in the event they are targeted.
- Enable additional email security measures, including two-factor authentication on your personal email accounts. This is a security feature offered by many email providers. The feature will cause a text message to be sent to your mobile device prior to accessing your email account.
- Turn on all privacy settings on social media sites and refrain from posting pictures showing your affiliation to law enforcement.
- Carefully evaluate the user settings for your online profiles. The default settings for some sites may allow anyone to see a user’s profile. Settings can be customized to restrict access to certain people.
- Keep your social media footprint to a minimum, where possible, and actively monitor any accounts you maintain.
- When posting on social media sites, do not provide details regarding your workplace, work associates, official position, or duties.
- Do not promote your personal or professional importance in online profiles or postings, as this may make you a potential target for adversaries to exploit.
- Limit your personal postings on media sites and carefully consider your comments.
- Be aware of your security settings on your home computers and wireless networks.
- Routinely update hardware and software applications, as old versions may be exploited by criminals as a way to access a computer. In addition, maintain up-to-date antivirus software, as attackers are continually writing new viruses.
- Pay close attention to all work and personal emails, especially those containing attachments or links to other Web sites. These suspicious or phishing emails may contain infected attachments or links.
- When setting up security questions for any of your accounts, avoid choosing questions with answers that can be easily verified (e.g., “What is your mother’s maiden name?”). Devise questions and answers that are known only to you. If the questions are already provided, devise answers known only to you. Try using secret meanings, irony, metaphors, or even “incorrect” responses that no one but you would be able to guess.
- Passwords should be changed regularly. It is recommended that you create a password phrase of 15 characters or more, using a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, symbols, and special characters.
- Do not store your login credentials on or near your computer. Memorize them or store them in a secure location away from your devices.
- Be aware of pretext or suspicious phone calls or emails from people phishing for information or pretending to know you. Social engineering is a skill often used to trick you into divulging confidential information and continues to be an extremely effective method for criminals.
- Advise family members to turn on security settings on ALL social media accounts. Family member associations are public information and family members can become online targets of opportunity.
- Restrict your driver license and vehicle registration information with the Department of Motor Vehicles.
- Request real estate and personal property records be restricted from online searches with your specific county.
- Closely monitor your credit and banking activity for fraudulent activity.
- Routinely conduct online searches of your name to identify what public information is already available.
So – As I always say –
Stay Informed …
For those of you who don’t subscribe to the FBI Alert Bulletins – here’s a listing for you:
- New Microchip-Enabled Credit Cards May Still Be Vulnerable to Exploitation by Fraudsters
Thu, 08 Oct 2015 14:00:00 EDT
- Internet of Things Poses Opportunities for Cyber Crime
Thu, 10 Sep 2015 14:00:00 EDT
- Business Email Compromise
Thu, 27 Aug 2015 11:40:00 EDT
- E-mail Account Compromise
Thu, 27 Aug 2015 11:40:00 EDT
- E-mail Extortion Campaigns Threatening Distributed Denial of Service Attacks
Fri, 31 Jul 2015 08:30:00 EDT
- Criminals Continue to Defraud and Extort Funds from Victims Using CryptoWall Ransomware Schemes
Tue, 23 Jun 2015 10:15:00 EDT
- Gift Card Scams
Thu, 11 Jun 2015 10:15:00 EDT
- Hacktivists Threaten to Target Law Enforcement Personnel and Public Officials
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 11:15:00 EDT
- Criminals Host Fake Government Services Web Sites to Acquire Personally Identifiable Information and to Collect Fraudulent Fees
Tue, 07 Apr 2015 08:00:00 EDT
- ISIL Defacements Exploiting WordPress Vulnerabilities
Tue, 07 Apr 2015 08:00:00 EDT
- Tax Return Fraud
Thu, 02 Apr 2015 10:00:00 EDT
- Scammers May Use Paris Terrorist Attack to Solicit Fraudulent Donations
Tue, 10 Feb 2015 16:00:00 EST
- Business E-mail Compromise
Thu, 22 Jan 2015 10:00:00 EST
- University Employee Payroll Scam
Tue, 13 Jan 2015 11:30:00 EST
- Scam Targeting University Students
Tue, 13 Jan 2015 9:00:00 EST
As Always, Stay Informed
The Bank of America wouldn’t release the information used against me and what was charged or where it was sent or how it was delivered …. at first!!!
I got in touch with the government and they said get in touch with the FTC and they will guide you in receiving the info that is rightfully yours. So I did just that.
A few days later – BANG! A listing of the SAME COMPANY with the SAME Electronic Drafts were made by this person who opened 8 separate accounts with Bank of America without Bank of America even contacting me! How is that even possible when you can’t even take a pee in a bank without getting frisked? (pardon my increasing Sarcasm which many people just don’t have a grasp of in their lives yet …)
Well – now that I have the info – what’s the next step? I shall pursue and keep you updated.
In addition – There’s an address I never lived at on my credit report that I thought was removed from the first time this happened many years ago but is still there AND … a credit account with more than $12,000.00 (TWELVE THOUSAND DOLLARS) on it that they have charged to me! WTF!!!
Can’t wait for this person to go insane. They probably gave underage kids booze to drink and wound up running over some unfortunate soul that died and this son of a bitch got away with it! But – karma will prevail.
As Always – Stay INformed …