scam/spam - i see the adsense ads like this on the websites I visit.
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Certainly fake...it inserts the name of your place/IP location in the article. All the links in the main menu lead to the same page....
Do people really sign up for this?
This is a virus. It crawls through the email (yahoo.com) and sends to everyone from the email address.
It has been going around for the past several weeks.
Check who is on the site and I think it's from Russia.
It's not a real news site. All links go to the same spot and everyone "qualifies".
Umm,..edit to add,..she just read this post,... it may be a 'get rich quick' scheme after all.
With the national unemployment rate at over 12%, "Get Rich Quick" SCAMS like these must be thriving.
yup; lottery, gambling and alcohol sales go up too
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I roamed meetup.com, and they have many different meetup groups. And this one- I joined, but never attended meeting yet. Just a few days ago, I see an email from one of the members with that link to it. When I clicked it, it lead me to that news site. I kind of suspect it was fake news site. I hope this member is trying to promote this powersellersecret site.
It's amazing nowadays how anyone can put up a website and call it news. It even looks so real too, especially from an untrained eye. "Virgin Eye" that is.