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Many of us simply don’t have the time to shred every bank statement, check whether any mail has been intercepted, or ensure our web browsing is 100% safe.
It’s pretty certain that your debit or credit card has taken a bit of a hammering with all that Christmas shopping; yet have you contemplated your card being cloned or your PIN number being spied upon? Continue reading
We know all about the power and efficiency of people search but have you ever stopped to think about your own online persona and what it says about you?
Unfortunately, people can experience a bit of a cyber-bashing – sometimes through no fault of their own – and it can stain their reputation both on and offline. Continue reading
Online dating is one of the web’s biggest industries with a current worth of over 1 billion dollars a year in the US alone – so it’s fair to say that the stigma attached to meeting strangers on the internet has lessened in recent years.
People search website, kgbPeople.com, have spent hours crunching all the important numbers using in-depth algorithms and at this early stage in the Ashes series, Ponting leads Strauss by 10,435 points to 6,187. Continue reading
kgbpeople.com could prove particularly useful in instances where online information, available to the watching world, is outdated or just plain wrong. Consumers using kgbpeople.com can set alerts so that they receive an email whenever their name comes up on a long list of websites, search engines, and social networks. Continue reading
People search sites have been growing exponentially over the past 12 to 18 months and listed below are the Top 5 reasons for their growing popularity. Recent reports suggest that awareness and concern about privacy is high especially among younger users of social networking sites, who say that they’ve changed the default privacy settings on their profile to limit what they share with others online. Continue reading