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Saturday 8 January 2005

Internet scams begin cashing in

A new breed of email scams is exploiting the generosity of people who have rushed online to donate money to the relief effort, an internet watchdog warned last night.

The first of the tsunami cons have already hit inboxes around the world. One is a modification of the classic Nigerian scam letter, but another is a more sophisticated operation, in which potential donors receive an email luring them into making donations to a fake website.

Read the full article at The Hindu
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Anonymous Anonymous said :

Press Release Cat Hughes All One People Tsunami Tribute
Cat Hughes writes a song “All One People” as a tribute to the world uniting in response to the devastation of the Tsunami. Permission is given to download free mp3 of song.

Cat Hughes (singer songwriter) has written and recorded the song “All One People” as a tribute to the world in response to the devastation of the Tsunami. Cat is moved by the world uniting in its efforts to reach out to the victims of this tragedy.

Her song can be downloaded free from her web sit www.cathughes.com Free downloads of “All One People” are encouraged and permitted for radio, news and all other media usage. (to download songs right click and chose save target as). Thank you.

Cat is available for interviews and performances of “All One People” in hopes to bring attention to the people around the world concerning this great humanitarian effort.

All information about Cat Hughes can be found on her web site at www.cathughes.com Please contact her manager Tom: at email address manager@cathughes.com or phone: 610 944-9253 or 617 275-1723.

Sun Jan 09, 11:03:00 PM IST