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Internet Fraud & Scams


As the Internet is becoming an everyday way of communication, it is also becoming an avenue for fraud. Unfortunately, fraud and scams are increasing  rapidly on the Internet. In order to protect your privacy, Hevanet does not give, sell, or divulge any member information to anyone. Furthermore, we do not acknowledge to anyone who our members are and keep member information strictly confidential. We also recommend that our members use common sense and caution when giving out their personal information on the Internet. Be especially wary of e-mail solicitations and non mainstream web pages. The way you are selective about giving out your information and credit card in the "real world" should also apply online.

FBI - Common Fraud Schemes

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency - Information on "Phishing"

Hevanet's Privacy Policy is stated here: http://www.hevanet.com/privacy.html

Domain Name transfer fraud.

Federal Trade Commison - Internet Safety

A good site to read further about this and to file a complaint is FBI's Internet Fraud complaint center: http://http://www.ic3.gov/

There is also a US Secret Service Task force dealing with scams you received by e-mail. Forward the potential fraudulent message with the full headers to: 419.fcd@usss.treas.gov

The Nigerian 419 Scam

Oregon Dept of Justice

US Secret Service