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It's About Women invites you to join us in celebrating womanhood. We've got rooms where you can be yourself and freely express your opinions and ideas. Rooms to share your likes and your dislikes. Share what you think about, what you read, what you listen to, what you believe. Or what you don't believe. What you think is funny, and what's definitely not. Give your views on life and love and give other women the opportunity to respond. Or get a room of your own and decorate it as you like. Have something you'd like to sell? Get your own room and we'll help you with making your product available.
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Your Safety on the Internet
Spoofed emails have unfortunately become a real problem for email users, website visitors, and businesses. Email has always been an insecure means of communication, but now it has become downright untrustworthy. Corporate logos, links to websites, and references to government or corporate security agencies can all be "spoofed" in an attempt to get you to give up some piece of personal information that can then be used to victimize you.
It's About Women never sends out email attachments. Nor do we ever send HTML email. In fact, because of viruses, we only send out plain text emails. Therefore, even if an email appears to come from us, any email that includes an attachment or is in html format, it is not from us (it's spoofed) and is very likely a virus. Do not open it or click on any links. If you receive email that looks like it has come from firstname.lastname@example.org and you have not requested information or provided us with your email address, you have received a spoofed email. It's About Women will not send you email for any reason without being requested to do so. Click here to read more about email spoofing... (opens in new window)
The phrase "phishing scam" is used to describe an attempt made by an unscrupulous person(s) to acquire unsuspecting users' bank accounts, credit cards, or social security numbers. Used all over the world, these scams usually spoof well-known companies such as Amazon, CitiBank, PayPal, Wells Fargo, BankOne, etc. Phishing scams can appear authentic and that is why it is important to know what they are and how to avoid them. Read more about phishing scams...
Email and Internet Hoaxes
Hoaxes usually arrive as emails with phrases such as "Forward this to everyone you know!" This instantly makes the message suspect. Also look for statements such as "This is NOT a hoax." More than likely, the truth is just the opposite. Be skeptical of chain letters. Disregard the hoax emails—that contain bogus warnings usually intent only on frightening or misleading computer users. The best course of action is to merely delete such emails.
Please refer to the whenever you receive what could be a bogus message that asks you to delete files on your computer or concerns a new virus or a promotion that sounds too good to be true. Symantec also provides virus information. and are other recommended Internet reference source for hoaxes, urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation. Either site will help you determine if the email you have received is legitimate or a hoax. Always check before forwarding such emails to your friends and relatives.
"You cannot tailor-make your situation in life, but you can tailor-make your attitudes to fit those situations." Zig Ziglar, author and speaker
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