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Ian M.

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The community in general is alright but as a member you get consistent spamming sent to your email in relation to their bodybuilding products. It took me several weeks of making complaints to successfully cancel my account and have them remove me from their mailing list.
IOBit engages in fraudulent behavior and has stolen Malwarebytes Intellectual Property - therefore I recommend keeping away from all it's downloads. Malwarebytes released a statement about this which can be found here: https://forums.malwarebytes.org//index.php?showtopic=2968.
Fake website. Doesn't look Government owned to me even though it's using the .gov domain. This website is owned by hacking group Anonymous as seen on the symbol on the bottom right. It seems to me that this person wants Freedom for his country - but this is the wrong way to go about it.
I recommend not even entering this website. The site is like Wikileaks. It distributes classified information to the public that has being leaked via various sources. Most information comes from hacking groups such as Anonymous or LulzSec after penetrating government systems. Even though the information has been made public, be rest assured it doesn't mean the information has being declassified. Reading or even opening these documents could result in charges or significant prison times.
Don't use at all! I had a very bad experience with this VPN.
Just after installing this, I noticed HotSpotShield contains malicious software, and a browser exploit. I suppose I better change all my passwords, too!
I am disgusted with this website after discovering a horrible, and sick video that I believe is illegal to even film, yet publish this on a site for the world (and even children to see). I don't want to give the direct link to the video, but the video contained a close encounter of a real man blowing up after he had a bomb attached to his neck (like the one currently happening in Sydney, Australia). The site is also taking self-credit, and most videos are plagiarised. I find nothing funny about a man been killed due to an explosive device.
ExactTarget engages in spamming activities. I have received several emails from various companies which I have never given out my email address to. In each email they pretend to be someone else (a different company), but the one thing they all have in common is a small link on the bottom saying Privacy Policy, which all take me to this website.
Hacking Group Anonymous has decided to set up their very own social network that will be open to the public in the future. The site at the moment is in development, but I do suggest that when they open that you don't register. Its obvious that privacy and security will be a big concern with this website as black hat hackers cannot be trusted. More information regarding Anonymous can be found here on Wikipedia: https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Anonymous_%28group%29
Caution: installing Incredimail could expose you to adware or malware. Despite this site containing a verified TRUSTe Seal, McAfee Seal and been a Microsoft Certified Partner - many are claiming this site is dangerous. The WOT community, overall, has given the site a "satisfactory" rating, however, the past 5 pages have comment after comment with a 'bad rating', saying that the site contains "Adware, Malware, annoying pop ups and more". The Norton Safe Web Community have given the site a 3.6 rating, but have confirmed a presence of malware also.
This site was detected and black listed for spam activity. Further information can be seen at Joe Wein's site here: http://www.joewein.de/sw/spam-bl-e.htm
According to a review from McAfee SiteAdvisor "Scam from China selling copyright infringing items. Either you get some low quality junk, or they just steal your money". I pretty much agree. This is not the official Asics shoe store. It's a scam.
Enter at own risk. According to Norton Safe-web, McAfee SiteAdvisor & WOT the site is unsafe. The site has many ethical issues (illegal copyright content), malware and it does spam. I have also had my own problems with this site, thus I don't recommend it.
Do not enter this site! Its covered in malicious content and viruses. It will also install a key-logger into your computer that is well hidden and hard to remove. I suggest blocking this site on Google.
The registration process is very detailed and takes time to set up an account. It asked me some very usual questions also. It required my full name, my address, an alternate email and a "secret question" e.g. what's your favorite colour? The registration doesn't support SSL either. This site could be used for identity fraud so I would warn members to keep away. Anyway - I signed up with completely fake details to see what's "behind the scenes" and I've seen much better. Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, Hushmail and even Facebook has its own email now.
MolestedCatholics.com is degrading to Christians and Catholics, the site is also defamatory, contains copyright protected material and posts personally identifiable information.
I recommend no one registers with Australia Survey Panel. I consistently get spammed and spammed and spammed from this site. I have attempted to remove my email address, however had no success. WOT has also given it a poor rating.
I wouldn't search for your email address on this. It has no privacy policy, no Terms and Conditions and no way to contact anyone. I also found my own email on it - so not really impressed! Further to this - they are using the 'VeriSign secured" and the TRUSTe seal. From the looks of it - they are fraudulent.
In my two years doing survey's with Rewards Central I earned $20 and an unstoppable amount of spam. The website itself is fine other then the crap pay you get. However - I have found out this is a perfect growing grounds for marketers who want to put people on mailing lists. For example - you're asked to do a survey for a pharmacy drug then you get constantly spammed from them. I closed my profile with Rewards Central over a year ago and still get the spam!
Do not use! It is covered in viruses and will ruin your computer. Websites such as Norton safe-web have over 400 reviews with most saying not to use their service.
No, no and no! Stay away from this website. Frankly the site is covered in malware, terrible privacy settings and half the people on this site are fake. Too be honest this website should be taken down as I have seen a horrible amount of underage nudity.

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