MugshotsLookup.com Publishing Guide On How To Avoid Getting Scammed Online

November 22, 2013

Hopes to put people less at risk of getting scammed.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 22, 2013

MugshotsLookup.com is set to release a guide to help consumers avoid getting scammed when they are online, the company announced yesterday.

“One of the biggest problems with doing business online is that consumers are very wary of getting scammed,” a MugshotsLookup.com spokesman said. “We feel that if we can help consumers learn how to avoid getting scammed online, we can encourage e-commerce to grow across the board.”

The guide will go through many of the ways people can get scammed online including phishing, credit card fraud and fake websites, he said.

“We'll take people step by step through what they should look for as red flags that they might be about to get scammed,” the MugshotsLookup.com spokesman said. “Once you know what to look out for it is much easier to protect yourself. You'd be surprised at how many types of online scams exist.”

MugshotsLookup.com will initially publish the guide on the members' section of their site before eventually pushing it out through social media channels and their blog, he said.

“We've worked with internet security experts to create this guide,” he said. “So not only is it written in plain English so it is easy to understand but also comprehensive. We think consumers will appreciate it.”

Other guides will be uploaded by MugshotsLookup.com in the near future, he said.

About MugShotsLookup.com:

MugshotsLookup.com is the top online resource for arrest records and mug shots in the United States. With over thousands of records to search through, MugshotsLookup.com makes finding any criminal record or mug shot simple. Visit MugshotsLookup.com today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-833-1163, or email Manager(at)MugshotsLookup(dot)com with any questions or concerns.

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