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Online Poker Cheats: Beware Of Internet Players Cheating Via Collusion
Almost every poker player has run into a cheater at one time or another. Cheaters usually have little or no skill at the game, but are very good at manipulating the cards to their advantage, and at giving themselves unfair advantages over honest players. Where honest players spend their time learning all they can about the game, cheaters spend their time honing their cheating skills, and looking for new cheats to learn. They make minimal effort to advance their game in honest ways.The method that is easiest for the cheater is collusion. It is very hard to catch a player in the cheat of collu...

Poker Cheats: Beware Of Pot Clipping And The Stacked Deck
Poker cheats come in all shapes and sizes, from the business professional to the much loved grandmother. Poker cheaters are also always coming up with new and innovative ways to try and cheat players out of their money.One of the ways cheaters try to win is with a move called clipping the pot. This sleight of hand cheat does not involve manipulating the cards at all. Clipping the pot is when the cheater either makes a bet with too little money, or takes too much money out of the pot.The only way to safeguard against is for the players to monitor all monies flowing into or out of the pot. S...

Beware Of Spyware -- Steps To Take To Protect Your Computer
Spyware refers to malicious software that takes partial control of a computer's operation through unauthorized access without the computers owners' knowledge or consent, and has become one of the biggest security threats to computer users today.Spyware exploits infected computers for commercial gain, usually by including unsolicited pop-up advertisements; by monitoring the users' online activities; by routing http requests to advertising sites; or by stealing personal information such as financial information. In fact, it is estimated that identity-thieves have stolen over US$ 24 billion...

Power of Attorney Abuse - Buyer Beware
A power of attorney is used to delegate legal authority to another person. The principal (the person granting the power of attorney) gives the agent, also known as the attorney-in-fact, the authority to make legal decisions on his/her behalf, including handling bank accounts, real estate, and other assets. The potential for fraud exists in every power of attorney arrangement, through self dealing, embezzlement, and unlawful gifting. In some situations, a power of attorney holder will significantly deplete an estate, leaving the heirs of the principal with little or no inheritance. Other ways...

Beware of Russian Dating Scams
This has gotten so bad the U.S. embassy has issued alerts to warn people about this. Here are the basics from the embassy.United States citizens should be alert to attempts at fraud by persons claiming to live in Russia professing friendship, romantic interest, and /or marriage intentions over the Internet.Typically, once a connection is made, the correspondent asks the U.S. citizen to send money or credit card information for living expenses, travel expenses, or "visa costs". Sometimes, the correspondent notifies the American citizen that a close family member, usually the mother, is in d...

Beware Gambling Can Increase Your Debt Problems
Are you the type of person who likes to take a gamble from time to time on things such as the result of a horse race? Would you say that you have an addiction to gambling? Do you lose more money than you win when gambling? Are you in debt? Are you hoping to reduce your debts by gambling? In this article, I write about a friend of mine who tried to gamble her way out of debt, however she was not successful and ended up with an even bigger debt problem.My friend is called Emma. She is not exactly what you would call good with money and I am often amazed at the amounts she spends when we go out...

Shopping Around For The Best Possible Debt Consolidation Loan Rate: Beware Of Hidden Fees And Costs
If you are in the process of looking for a debt consolidation loan, you will want to consider the tips and suggestions that are pointed out in this article. Specifically, you will want to understand the ?hidden fees? that can be associated with a debt consolidation loan. You will want to be aware of all of the fees that can affect a debt consolidation loan rate overall. As you?ve gone about looking for a debt consolidation loan, you may have questions about hidden fees that sometimes can be associated with a debt consolidation loan. When it comes to debt consolidation loan advertisements, al...

Balance Transfers - Buyer Beware
Today there are many credit card companies out there competing for your service, because of this, they all are finding unique incentives and appealing rewards to get you to apply and use their credit cards. Many of these are centered on Balance Transfers. However, if you use these incentives to try to prosper you may find yourself in more debt.Many credit card companies today are offering 0% balance transfers. This has helped many people that are overcome with debt. It works very simply. If you have a standing balance on one of your credit cards that charges high interest rates you can trans...

Home Equity Loan - Beware Of Bad Lenders
Many homeowners apply for home equity loan for a variety of reasons. While some want to utilize the money to get rid of unmanageable debt, others want to add value to their existing home by restructuring and repairing. Whatever may be the reason, the home equity loan provides a homeowner the quickest and easiest means to get extra cash to meet unavoidable expenses.In many cases, lenders are too willing to offer you home equity loan for the simple reason that the loan is secured by your property. The market is flooded with so many loan products from lending institutions that offer you excelle...

Beware of Mortgage Redemption Fees
Recent research by the Moneyfacts mortgage team has highlighted an alarming increase in the number of mortgage providers who have increased their redemption fees.In the twelve months to 31 March 2005, 53 providers have upped their redemption penalty, 23 of which have increased by over 100%. Some examples of the higher fees are Alliance & Leicester increasing their fee from £195 to £295, Cheltenham & Gloucester from £100 to £225 and The Royal Bank of Scotland from £75 to £225.With the mortgage market as competitive as it has ever been and with interest ma...

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