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So, is this POF webcam legitimate, or an attempt at identity theft? Its not the provider, but the person who built the free web site, which will more than likely will be abandoned.I'm running a virus scan, but is there anything else I need to think about? Take a lesson here and never follow a link given to you in an email, without do diligence.Anyone can copy bank sites, stores, or any other logos and pictures from a web site, and use them elsewhere. I figured out something was up as soon as they asked for CC information, but in the future I will definitely be wiser.One more piece of advice, get a few expendable email's. They have no personal information of mine, I was able to change all my passwords, I don't access my bank on this computer, and I have pretty serious virus protection on this machine, so I think I'm good.All the major dating sites deal with that scammer crap. Lol, the purported girl and I messaged back and forth a few times, and that's where my inner alerts first started going off.Anyone that wants texting thru gmail or some other messaging source outside of direct phone numbers or POF messages shouldn't be trusted in my book. "She" was responding to my messages, but it was like she wasn't reading everything I'd said, and only replying to some of what I'd written every time she'd reply.I follow the link, put in the activation code, then it takes me to a page asking for credit card information. I've already changed my POF password, and my gmail password.She has no personal information other that what she would find on POF. Weebly.com, is the route of the link and they provide a free web site builder hosted under their domain name.

Finally, when you want to end a chat, simply lift your finger from the screen, and it's done.

The whole process is completely encrypted and secured with PCI DSS. Drop out rates and incorrect application forms are a problem many companies face and it usually because the customer is confused.

Use co-browsing to complete application forms in real-time whilst increasing the success rate.

If you had given them your credit card info, you probably could have gotten your money back from your credit card company.

But then you would have to change your card numbers and deal with all the hassle that involves.

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