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  2. What You Need to Know About Phone Scams - AOL

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    All the major wireless providers offer some form of free scam protection to customers so make sure you are using the tools available to you. The most robust protection comes from T-Mobile’s Scam ...

  3. How To Protect Your Cash From These Common Scams - AOL

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    Again, fraudsters will try anything to get your money. But they can’t get it if you follow a few basic security measures to protect yourself from the latest and most common scams. Always be ...

  4. Seniors, Beware of These Scams - AOL

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    Seniors tend to own their homes and have strong credit and ample savings, according to the FBI. They're also less likely to report fraud and tend to be less familiar with technology. Consequently ...

  5. RapidRatings - Wikipedia

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    RapidRatings. Rapid Ratings International Inc. is a SaaS technology firm that provides information on the financial health of public and private companies around the world. The company’s analytics system allegedly provides insights into third-party partners, suppliers, vendors, and customers. The company's platform provides Financial Health ...

  6. Use AOL Certified Mail to confirm legitimate AOL emails

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    If you're ever concerned about the legitimacy of these emails, just check to see if there's a green "AOL Certified Mail" icon beside the sender name. When you open the email, you'll also see the Certified Mail banner above the message details. When you get a message that seems to be from AOL, but it doesn't have those 2 indicators, and it isn't ...

  7. User review - Wikipedia

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    User review. A user review is a review conducted by any person who has access to the internet and publishes their experience to a review site or social media platform following product testing or the evaluation of a service. [1] User reviews are commonly provided by consumers who volunteer to write the review, rather than professionals who are ...

  8. Review site - Wikipedia

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    Rating site. A rating site (commonly known as a rate-me site) is a website designed for users to vote, rate people, content, or other things. Rating sites can range from tangible to non-tangible attributes, but most commonly, rating sites are based around physical appearances such as body parts, voice, personality, etc.

  9. RateMyProfessors.com - Wikipedia

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    Launched. May 1999; 24 years ago. ( 1999-05) RateMyProfessors.com ( RMP) is a review site founded in May 1999 by John Swapceinski, a software engineer from Menlo Park, California, which allows anyone to assign ratings to professors and campuses of American, Canadian, and United Kingdom institutions. [1] The site was originally launched as ...