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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Keep your devices close to you

Hey there!  I'm Alix Shadonnay at the business desk and I wish all of our readers the very best for 2007.
I'd like to start my year by gently reminding you to pay attention to your devices.  You've probably received so many of these warnings before but it never hurts to be reminded.
With a new year comes ever intensified efforts on the part of scammers and identity thieves to make you a victim of their dark and crooked work.  These murky individuals are more than ever on the lookout for any opportunity to take advantage of cells, hand held devices, and laptops that are left unattended for any length of time.  Don't take these individuals for granted and certainly do not under estimate their abilities and capabilities.  In a split second and in the twinkle of an eye they can pluck the info they seek from any of these types of devices.  You may wonder how they could have the ability to do so!  Very simple!  They are highly trained, work with leading or off the edge cameras, and they know what they want and how to get it and they know how to use the info to reach havoc with your personal and financial assets. 
Keep your cells in your purses, briefcases, and in your pockets whenever you're not using them.  When using your laptops, be sure to make sure that your screens cannot be seen by roving eyes.  Make sure that your hand held devices are well tucked away and secure from others when not in use. 
No warning about the security and safety of your devices could be stern enough.  Identity theft is on the rise and it only takes a sliver of an opportunity for your info to be stolen from you and the sad thing is that you never know when it has been stolen until it's too late.
Don't leave any of these devices on a table in a restaurant and walk away.  Before going off to the washroom make sure that they are safely and securely put away.  When working on your laptop on the train or plane, be sure to tilt your screen in such a way that only you can see it.  When talking on your cell, be sure to make sure that no one is close enough to see your screen.  The same goes for your hand held devices.
I wish you a pleasant day and if you're looking to learn more about some very exciting niche opportunities in niche markets then check out Untapped Wealth Discovered.  This book is one of the hottest sellers at present and you can order it through this website.  It's also available on Amazon.

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