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If you answer to a gorgeous lady from her ad and she finish to ask you to register to another website because she wants to avoid the time wasters or what else, it's 100% a scam, she or he will get a pourcentage from the registration fee from the other website or 1 or 2 $ if it's a free registration. It's called 'affiliate program'. Second thing who might happen, you add her msn address, start to chat with her and she finish to ask you to connect to another website to play with her online. If she really wants it, msn messenger already manages the webcam, she just wants to make you paid for the show.
How to avoid it?
delete her email address as soon as she ask you to register elsewhere.
Meeting scams, Informations
AARP: Meeting of Chapter 187, 1 p.m. Friday; Community Center, 233 W. Main St.; topic: scams; open to public; 747-1033.
Homeowners offered financial tips, anonymity
DULUTH, Minn. — For residents worried about losing their homes, but too embarrassed to attend a public forum to get help, two agencies are setting up a special telephone conference.
Legislators to hold Senior Citizen Identity Theft and Fraud Awareness Program

Senior Notes
The Brewster After School Child Care programs want grandparents raising grandchildren to know its services are available during tomorrow's town meeting. Infants, toddlers and school-aged children are welcome to attend this free program from 7 to 10 p.m.
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