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You may receive unsolicited emails identifying this site as the Sender. We are likely NOT the Sender.
The unauthorized use of another's legitimate domain name (in this case ours) for the purpose for sending mass junk emails (and spam) is called "spoofing".
This is an illegal act conducted by criminals. Thousands of websites are attacked this way to attempt to make the recipient of these fraudulent emails believe that the emails are from a credible source and therefore legitimate. This has happened to major banks / financial institutions, among others - and can happen to any website.
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We do not send unsolicited junk / non-pertinent emails.
We appreciate your patience.
The Better Business Bureau Gets Spoofed!
Here is the body of an email we just received from our State's BBB. The BBB has apparently been a victim as well:
In a recent scam, the BBB name is being used in a phishing scam. Please read the alert below
and make sure that your employees are also aware of this scam so that your information is not compromised. If you have received an
email like the one below, please let us know right away so that we may be able to further assistance law enforcement with this situation.
If you have any questions, please contact us at XXXXXX or on your member line at XXXXXXX.
For Immediate Release
BBB Issues Alert for Phishing Attack Targeting Thousands of Businesses and Consumers Scam uses the "BBB" Name to Attract Victims
UPDATE - Arlington, VA, March 1, 2007 - The Better Business Bureau System warns all businesses across the United States and Canada of a spoofing scam using the BBB name and a false BBB e-mail address to entice recipients to access potentially damaging hyperlinks.
In February, a firm had its computer system hacked and that firm's system generated thousands of counterfeit messages to businesses and consumers, purporting to be a complaint filed with the BBB. Recently, another firm was hacked and similar emails have been received by businesses across the
The attack has NOT affected the computer system of any BBB nor have any of their data been compromised. As with most other phishing attacks, the perpetrators have attempted to pose as a respected business to gain the confidence of phishing victims. The BBB is working with authorities to
thwart these malicious attacks.
The most recent e-mail has a false return address of firstname.lastname@example.org and a phishing hyperlink citing a BBB complaint case number, for example, "DOCUMENTS FOR CASE #BBA749BED0". These links actually direct access to a subdirectory of the hacked firm's website where
users are asked to download documents related to the complaint. The download is actually an executable file that is believed to be some form of a computer virus.
All recipients are advised that any e-mail from the email@example.com address is not coming from any BBB and should be considered counterfeit. The BBB strongly encourages recipients of any such message to delete the message immediately without clicking on the "DOCUMENTS
FOR CASE" links.
The phishing e-mail return address of firstname.lastname@example.org does not exist and is being "spoofed." Spoofing occurs when an e-mail address is altered to appear as if the message originated from a legitimate source. This is a common practice for both spam e-mail and phishing operations.
Phishing is a term coined by computer hackers, who use e-mail to fish the Internet hoping to "hook" recipients into giving their logins, passwords and/or other sensitive information. In all these scams, the phisher first impersonates a legitimate company. In a typical scam, the phisher instructs recipients to click on a convenient link to receive or provide information that can then be used by phishers to access the recipient's sensitive personal or business information. For more information about phishing and
for tips to avert other scams, please visit www.bbb.org.
An actual example of the false e-mail message is provided below. Names and other forms of identifying information have been removed from the example.
REPRESENTATIVE E-MAIL SAMPLE
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, March 1, 2007 6:06 AM
Subject: BBB Complaint for XXXXXXX - Case #BBA749BED0
Dear Mr./Mrs. XXXX
You have received a complaint in regards to your business services. The complaint was filled by Mr. XXXX on 02/28/2007/. Use the link below to view the complaint details:
DOCUMENTS FOR CASE #BBA749BED0
Complaint Case Number: BBA749BED0
Complaint Made by Consumer Mr. XXXX
Complaint Registered Against: Company XXXX
Instructions on how to resolve this complaint as well as a copy of the original complaint can be obtained using the link below:
DOCUMENTS FOR CASE #BBA749BED0
Disputes involving consumer products and/or services may be arbitrated. Unless they directly relate to the contract that is the basis of this dispute, the following claims will be considered for arbitration only if all parties agree in writing that the arbitrator may consider them:
- Claims based on product liability;
- Claims for personal injuries;
- Claims that have been resolved by a previous court action, arbitration, or written agreement between the parties.
The decision as to whether your dispute or any part of it can be arbitrated rests solely with the BBB.
The BBB offers its members a binding arbitration service for disputes involving marketplace transactions. Arbitration is a convenient, civilized way to settle disputes quickly and fairly, without the costs associated with other legal options.
To be successful in this very important decision you are considering, you MUST be able to distinguish between those who will be of value and help to you and those who will just waste your time and money.
In summary, our sole focus and role is to see if we can be of assistance when there's real estate involved and the need to take action. So, If in New Hampshire or Northern Massachusetts you are considering selling your home and you're saying, "I need to sell my home now in New Hampshire / NH or MA / Massachusetts, For sale by owner, I can't sell my house, I am losing my house, I have too many bills, I can't afford my house, They're taking my home, Refinance my house ASAP in New Hampshire / NH, I need help in stopping foreclosure, Please prevent / stop foreclosure in NH / New Hampshire, I need help, Where can I get help fast?, I need assistance with filing divorce in NH / New Hampshire, I need advice / assistance or help with filing / avoiding / preventing bankruptcy (Chapter 7 or Chapter 13) in New Hampshire / NH, How can I sell my house while in bankruptcy?, How can I sell my house while in foreclosure?, Avoid bankruptcy now, Explain New Hampshire divorce law, Explain NH bankruptcy law, Explain New Hampshire Foreclosure law, I need the best / top lawyer or attorney, Stop foreclosure now, I need foreclosure help, Stop my divorce, Can I sell my house after I file for divorce?, I am losing my house!, I need a good divorce attorney / lawyer, I need a good real estate attorney / lawyer, I need a good bankruptcy attorney / lawyer, I must find a good foreclosure lawyer, Find me a good divorce lawyer / attorney, Help me after Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, How Can I sell my house while In bankruptcy in New Hampshire / NH, I need a new / cheaper / better mortgage to lower my payments now, Please prevent my foreclosure, Prevent bankruptcy, Stop the loss of my home, I need debt elimination / consolidation, I must reduce my debt quickly, or I need fast cash now, How can I sell my home without a real estate agent?, How can I sell my house myself?, I do not want to pay a commission, Will filing bankruptcy stop a foreclosure?, What are the foreclosure laws?, What are the bankruptcy laws?, I have bad credit, How can I sell my house myself?, How can I make my house sell faster?, My house is not selling, Why won't my house sell?, Can this investor really buy my house?, How do I know if this buy houses investor is a scam?, Are we buy houses people legit or a scam?, How do I know if he really has the money to buy?, Should I call the phone number I saw on a we buy houses sign?, How do I know if this real estate investor house home buyer is honest and has the cash money to buy? How can I tell if the real estate buyer who wants to buy my house is lying or trying to cheat me? How can I avoid being scammed by the person who wants to buy my house?, Should I sell my house to an investor or a 'we buy houses" person?, My credit score is low and I can't get a mortgage or refinance", contact us immediately. I get letters and cards asking to buy my house. Are these letters and cards scams? Why can't we sell our house? How can I MAKE my house sell NOW? Are those avoid bankruptcy stop foreclosure buy for cash cards signs and letters scams or real?
If you're looking to buy and you're saying, "I want to buy a house, land, condo, home, mobile home, income property, rehab, or apartment building in NH, I need an affordable low cost mortgage quickly, I need a cheap mortgage fast, I want to buy a fixer upper ASAP, I need to lower my house payments, I need a downpayment, I can't afford a new home, How can I qualify for a mortgage, I need the Seller to carry paper, I need Seller financing, I want the best mortgage possible, I must have the lowest rates, I want a mortgage with no points or fees, Where I can I buy a house in New Hampshire without a down payment?, I want to buy a house I can afford at a good price, How can I buy a mobile home in New Hampshire, Where are the best trailer parks in New Hampshire, I Want To buy a duplex or condo in New Hampshire / NH, I want to rent to own, Can I buy no money down?, I need a cheap or affordable home, Should I use a Buyer Broker?, What is a buyer's agent?, How can I buy a house without a real estate agent?, I need cash to buy, I am having trouble qualifying for a mortgage", contact us first.
In all areas we may provide assistance and help to those people seeking support in the quick buying and selling of real estate (houses, mobile homes, land, single family, multi family, duplex, condos, condexes, townhouses, commercial / retail strip malls, etc.) as it relates to bankruptcy (Chapter 7 and Chapter 13); foreclosure (stopping and avoiding foreclosure); divorce; relocating and relocation; estates; probate; inheritance of real estate; land lording, income, rental, or investment property; illness and death; getting cash quickly or assisting with badly needed cash due to layoffs; avoiding the payment of real estate commissions, etc.: Allenstown, Amherst, Atkinson, Antrim, Ashland, Auburn, Barnstead, Bedford, Boscawen, Bow, Brentwood, Chester, Chichester, Candia, Canterbury, Concord, Contoocook, Danville, Deerfield, Deering, Derry, Dover, Durham, Epping, Epsom, Exeter, Francestown, Franklin, Fremont, Gilmanton, Gilford, Goffstown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hampstead, Hampton, Hollis, Hopkinton, Hudson, Hooksett, Jaffrey, Kingston, Laconia, Lee, Litchfield, Londonderry, Loudon, Lyndeborough, Manchester, Meredith, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, New Boston, New London, New Ipswich, Newton, Newfields, Northfield, Northwood, Nottingham, Pelham, Pembroke, Penacook, Peterborough, Pittsfield, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Raymond, Rindge, Salem, Sandown, Somersworth, Stratham, Suncook, Tilton, Weare, Webster, Wilton, Windham, Wolfeboro AND MORE in New Hampshire. In Massachusetts we serve Lawrence, Lowell, Methuen, Haverhill, AND MORE. Depending upon availability, we may also be able to refer you to another investor in Rhode Island, Connecticut, California, Virginia, Texas, Michigan among other states; and in Massachusetts, Worcester, Fitchburg, Leominster, Gardner, Westminster, Auburn, Shrewsbury, Shirley, Northborough, Acton and neighboring towns.
If you think you need the top or best real estate agent, realtor or broker, or the best attorney or lawyer in NH New Hampshire, to help sell, or to stop a foreclosure or file bankruptcy because you behind in your mortgage and you are afraid to use a possible scammer scam artist investor who buys houses, stop briefly, read this www.MyHouseForCash.com / www.AlternativesinRealty.com website completely, first, then decide. If you need or must sell your house, home or real estate now, fast, quickly or ASAP, contact us on our contact us page - http://www.alternativesinrealty.com/air_021.htm.
We are not attorneys nor real estate agents nor do we perform any service which requires a license. We give our opinions, not advice. We encourage every prospective Client to do their homework, thoroughly! This not the "small print" - we suggest you act as we would act when considering an important decision. Play it smart. Be diligent.
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