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Ongeza ufahamu wako kwa kujua hili.

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by peter tumaini, Mar 30, 2012.

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    peter tumaini JF-Expert Member

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    WANABODI

    niliahidi kuanza kuleta mada mbalimbali za kibiashara ili kuongeza ufahamu kwa wajasiliamali kwa leo naanza na hili.


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    [TD="bgcolor: transparent"]The advent of the Internet has transformed the world of business. But with this bliss, comes a curse: internet fraud. While today's businesses are increasingly relying on this revolutionary technology, scams have also found a comfy platform on the Internet, and as a result, the number of online-fraud complaints is rising every day across the globe.

    Internet frauds cost entrepreneurs a lot of money every year, and studies have revealed that in the corporate world, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are more likely to become the victims than larger companies, as they usually fall short of ideas to ward off fraudsters. According to a recent media report, cyber-attackers are now targeting more on SMEs as they usually lack any precautionary measure to counter such attacks. It is why all small businesses need to be extremely alert to such frauds and scams.

    Unfortunately, many a SME doesn't seem to care about internet frauds. Often we are unaware, under-informed, or ill-prepared to identify and fight it off quickly. The size of internet fraud is very big, but in the absence of an adequate reporting system, the miscreants often go unnoticed. And also, normal Internet consumers like you and me find it difficult to believe that someone would hack our e-mail accounts to ask for financial assistance from our friends, or a "businessman" would cheat us to earn a few hundred bucks.

    Sometimes we are very busy, and give our confidential information without thinking much. That's not good. In one such incident, a business owner I know has recently been scammed. He received an e-mail asking him to click on a link to view some products and quote for them. The link asked the user to log in using any e-mail account used by him, and when the instructions were followed, the fraudster immediately got away with the submitted information. This is one of the most common methods used by "identity thieves" to collect valuable user-information for spamming purposes, and whenever you think you're a victim of it, change your password immediately to ensure no or less damage.

    Thus, Internet frauds can happen to anyone; it can occur in chat rooms, e-mails, social networking message boards, or on websites; there are many different types, including some popularly known fraudulent schemes, such as lottery scams, Nigerian scams, online auctions, fake cheques, credit card scams, and many more; and finally, they usually promise money, prizes, lucrative business deals, or simply ask you to provide sensitive personal information. The best way to protect yourself is to avoid such baits.

    In the Internet world, coming into contact with fraud is inevitable and fighting this menace is not an easy battle. But we can't cease to trade online. It is why there is an ardent need for all SMEs to secure their businesses by acting smart, and implementing preventive measures. They need to take this potential threat seriously, fight it back, and spread awareness.
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    Beware of what is happening in the business global today.
     
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    mwanawao JF-Expert Member

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    Boss you have provided with us what's internet fraud? We would like to hear from you strategies to avoid internet fraud.
     
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    moshingi JF-Expert Member

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    Internet Fraud is a branch of Cyber Crimes. The phrase cyber crimes denotes crimes which are committed at cyber space. These are offenses done through computer or communication between electronic devices. Some scholars argues it to be the "old crimes new methods" thus there is no need of new law to curb the offenses. But in realistic sense, our laws designed at curbing physical offenses, they knows not about cyber world. Hence there is an imminent need for the comprehensive cyber laws in in our country.
     
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    dandabo JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu asante kwa uelimishaji mzuri. Humuhumu jf tumepata case nyingi za watu wakiomba ushauri baada ya kuwapa matapeli wa mitandao taarifa zao nyeti kama vile email adress na bank account details. Bila kujua athari zake. Naamini watu watajifunza kitu hapa.
     
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    LAT JF-Expert Member

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    ngoja niwachapie kidogo .....niliwahi kuweka tangazo langu la kuhusu investment kwenye web site moja ambayo huwa wana verify project na ku-post tangazo lako publicly .... baada ya muda si mrefu nikapata response/reply ya inquiry yangu na jamaa anaitwa Patrick Apiliga .... aliandika kifupi sanakwamba yupo interested kwenye venture niliyoandika ..... akaomba nimpe details za hiyo venture yangu .... lakini nilisuspect kitu kutokana na reply yake .... kabla ya kumjibu nikaingia kwenye mtandao fasta, nikasearch kwenye website moja inaitwa bapple ...

    duh result ya mtu huyu niliyopata nilichoka kabisa ... nilichofanya nilimtumia reply kwamba naomba anipe profile yake na contacts zake kabla sijamtumia details za ile business venture yangu .... mpaka nakesho hajajibu

    result yenyewe hii hapa chini

    Bapple Details

    First NamePatrickSurnameApiligaOther Names-Alias-Picture[​IMG]Reference Number-
    Country of Citizenship UgandaAccount Bapple Ltd
    IndustryFinancial Services
    Date Joined CompanyN/ADate DeclaredNovember 13th, 2007
    DeedUndisclosed
    NoticePublished by New Vision. notice from Standard Chartered bank.

    Date of Birth
    N/A


    huyu ndiyo Patrick Apiliga .... Mganda hatari sana

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    Bapple is a simple web based search engine designed to give our often unsuspecting clients and the public, insight on a potential threat posed by unscrupulous individuals ranging from terminated employees, fugitives running and hiding from the police, to indiciplined students who have been expelled or suspended for on reason or another. Very simply it provides information on individuals with a history of unbecoming behaviour.
     
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    peter tumaini JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu asante kwa hili umenifungua macho. Thanks alot hii ndo raha ya JF
     
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    majogajo JF-Expert Member

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    ligha unayotumia haiendani na ss wajasiriamali wa ktz. labda wenzangu ambao mliopita shule ndo mchangie.
     
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    Dio JF-Expert Member

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    ndugu ukikimbia hiki kitu kinaitwa kithungu kwa wajasiriamali mkuu mwisho wa siku utaumbuka vibaya
     
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