4 LINX LLC. HR Department – evanhobbs@4linx-hire.com

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From NIGRO CATHERINEPOPE Wed Jun 24 15:14:54 2009
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To: ScamFraudAlert
Subject: Job Type:Part-Time 4 LINX LLC. CareerBuilder
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 22:14:54 +0000
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WE HAVE A JOB FOR YOU

Job Title: Different Entry and Senior level Work-From-Home positions.
Location: Work-From-Home
Job Type: Teleworking
Salary: 23,000$-35,000$ + Bonuses
Company Name: 4 LINX LLC.
Cost for getting started:100% free, no hidden fees or investments.

4 LINX LLC. provides a huge range of different outsourcing service. We’re increasing our business activity and we’re looking for additional staff at this moment. At this moment, Our company has several Work From Home vacancies.

If you want to have a flexible schedule and work from home, feel free to contact us.

Please fill out our short form :

Your Full Name:
Country:
State:
Zip Code:
Telephone number (home, cell):
Other information:

Email us back and request further information about our vacancies.

PLEASE, DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL. IF YOU DO SO YOUR REPLY WON’T BE RECEIVED.

MAKE SURE YOU’RE SENDING YOUR REQUEST AT THE FOLLOWING EMAIL: evanhobbs@4linx-hire.com

Regards,

4 LINX LLC. HR Department

WE VALUE YOUR PRIVACY AND SAFETY
This email was sent by: CareerBuilder.com
8420 W Bryn Mawr Ave, Chicago, IL, 60631 USA

Financial Manager – well-paid part time position!!!

Reply to: ruscharityfund@gmail.com [Errors when replying to ads?]
Date: 2009-06-24, 8:11AM PDT

Financial Manager – well-paid part time position!!!

Russian Charity Foundation is now seeking a new employees. We have a vacant position “Financial Manager”. Specialized professional education isn’t necessary. This is a part time position.

Duties:

Maintenance Finance (receiving / sending) from our sponsors.

Requirements:

• Competent management of payments;
• Available to work 3-4 hours per day;
• Responsibility;
• PC, Internet, E-mail advanced skills;
• Maturity age.

Send your Resume to ruscharityfund@gmail.com

  • Compensation: Wage fixed + % ($5000 per month)
  • This is a part-time job.
  • OK for recruiters to contact this job poster.
  • Please, no phone calls about this job!
  • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

AER FINANCIAL TRUST – International Finance Department

AER FINANCIAL TRUST – KELLY PETERSON – BRUCE ATKINS – MARWELL PETROLEUM LP – AMEGY BANK OF TEXAS I received a Sweepstakes Lottery letter signed by BRUCE ATKINS and SCAM check signed by GRANT FAUTOREY? for $4,850 Windsor Ontario

AER FINANCIAL TRUST – KELLY PETERSON – BRUCE ATKINS – MARWELL PETROLEUM LP – AMEGY BANK OF TEXAS
Phone: 289-8882267
International Finance Department P.O.Box 01477
Windsor, Ontario,
Canada

I received a check with numbers …. with AMEGY BANK OF TEXAS Houston, Texas at the top and appears to be from
MARWELL PETROLEUM LP
ROYALTY ACCOUNT
5847 SAN FELIPE, STE 2030
HOUSTON, TX 77057

IN THE AMOUNT OFF $4,850.00
sign by GRANT FAUTSOREY? (not sure of the spelling)
addressed to me

with a letter from AER FINANCIAL TRUST International Finance Department P.O. Box 01477, Windsor, Ontario Canada Dated……

The contents of the letter are as follows:
DEAR T…,
Claim Number AER-…..
AWARD CLAIM NOTIFICATION
FINAL NOTICE
We are pleased to advice you that you are a winner in the second category of Sweepstakes and Lottery Draw held on ……
Your name was attached to an ENTRY SLIP with serial number …….. and drew the lucky winning numbers …….
You are therefore entitled to the sum of US $125,000.00 (one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars) payable to you by bank dranf, money order or certified check.
In accordance with the lottery and sweepstakes Commission policy, your prize money has been forwarded to our Clearing / disbursement institution to release same to you.
Consequently, enclosed is a check for US $4,850.00 (four thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars) deducted from your winning.
The purpose of this check is to assist you pay for the Non Resident Government Tax (GST). The payment information is as stated below:
Tax amount: US $2,950.00 (two thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars). Payment method: WESTERN UNION OR MONEY GRAM.
You are advised to contact your assigned claims agent, KELLY PETERSON at 1-289-888-2267
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm (ET) for further instructions on how to claim your winnings.
Please do not act on this notice until you speak to your claim agent.
Bruce Atkins (Promotions Manager)

T
Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi
U.S.A.

Ulimate Grant Serects for grant

Ultimate Grant Secrets This company engages in credit card fraud. Cheyenne Wyoming

Ultimate Grant Secrets
Phone: 435-2586336
Fax: 815-3462588
2710 Thomes Avenue, Suite 669
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82001
U.S.A.

I was the victim credit card fraud on mybusiness account. Two fraudulent charges were credited to Ultimate Grant Secrets. All the fraudulent activity was refunded back to my account by my bank EXCEPT for one charge from this business — why? Because they fought the charge — declaring it to be valid even though it was clearly fraudulent. They seem to have acknowledged that the first charge was fruadulent — but they fought the second. Does that make sense — to anyone?

So now Ultimate Grant Secrets has my money and they refuse to refund it. The customer service representative I talk to, who goes by the name of Lynn, was rude, officious, dumb and unhelpful. She actually claimed that the company doesn’t have my money and that there was nothing she could do. Bull****.

Ultimate Grant Secrets rips off victims of credit card fraud. The company has no ethics. Do not do business with them.

Anonymous
Brooklyn, New York
U.S.A.

Source: RipoffReport.com

BBB issues Reliability Reports

Ultimate Grant

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act

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The Digital Millennium Copyright Act

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On October 12, 1998, the U.S. Congress passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, ending many months of turbulent negotiations regarding its provisions. Two weeks later, on October 28th, President Clinton signed the Act into law.

The Act is designed to implement the treaties signed in December 1996 at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Geneva conference, but also contains additional provisions addressing related matters.

As was the case with the ‘No Electronic Theft’ Act (1997), the bill was originally supported by the software and entertainment industries, and opposed by scientists, librarians, and academics.

Highlights Generally:

· Makes it a crime to circumvent anti-piracy measures built into most commercial software.

· Outlaws the manufacture, sale, or distribution of code-cracking devices used to illegally copy software.

· Does permit the cracking of copyright protection devices, however, to conduct encryption research, assess product interoperability, and test computer security systems.

· Provides exemptions from anti-circumvention provisions for nonprofit libraries, archives, and educational institutions under certain circumstances.

· In general, limits Internet service providers from copyright infringement liability for simply transmitting information over the Internet.

· Service providers, however, are expected to remove material from users’ web sites that appears to constitute copyright infringement.

· Limits liability of nonprofit institutions of higher education — when they serve as online service providers and under certain circumstances — for copyright infringement by faculty members or graduate students.

· Requires that “webcasters” pay licensing fees to record companies.

· Requires that the Register of Copyrights, after consultation with relevant parties, submit to Congress recommendations regarding how to promote distance education through digital technologies while “maintaining an appropriate balance between the rights of copyright owners and the needs of users.”

States explicitly that “[n]othing in this section shall affect rights, remedies, limitations, or defenses to copyright infringement, including fair use.

Full Text of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act

The U.S. Copyright Office Report on Distance Education Pursuant to Section 403 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act – May 1999

The U.S. Copyright Office’s Final Rule on Exemptions to the Anti-Circumvention Provisions of the Act – October 2000

The WIPO Copyright Treaty – Geneva – December 2-20, 1996