RecordAccount.com Creates Manual On How Not To Get Ripped Off Online

November 29, 2013

Guide will explain how online scams cause people to get ripped off.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 29, 2013

RecordAccount.com is set to launch a comprehensive guide to help people avoid getting ripped off while on the Internet, the company announced yesterday.

“The sad truth is that too many people have gotten ripped off online,” a RecordAccount.com spokesman said. “And that hurts not only customers, but the entire online industry. If trust in e-commerce is going to be restored, we need to start training people right now to avoid being ripped off.”

The RecordAccount.com Guide To Avoiding Being Ripped Off Online will show people exactly how the most common online scams work, how people get ripped off by those scams, and what they can do to avoid it. Then it will teach people how to realize when they are about to be ripped off and walk away before it happens, he said.

“It used to be that the most common way people got ripped off was from people claiming to be the exiled prince of Nigeria,” he said. “But now the way people get ripped off online has become far more complex. So, what we need to do is explain in simple language that everyone can understand what they need to do to avoid getting ripped off.”

RecordAccount.com worked with law enforcement officials and their e-commerce peers to create the guide, he said.

“Everyone in the industry as well as law enforcement has an investment in making sure that people don't get ripped off when they go online,” he said. “We are proud to have worked together to create this report.”

About RecordAccount.com:

RecordAccount.com was created to serve the needs of consumers across North America searching for public records. With thousands of requests processed each day, RecordAccount.com continues to grow as a reputable customer service resource. Visit RecordAccount.com to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-888-0889, or email Manager(at)RecordAccount(dot)com with any questions or concerns.

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