Company Launches Project To "Clean Up The Internet"
Saugus, Massachusetts, USA Oct 3, 2008. As more people are losing money on the Internet from expectations for “Get Rich Quick” schemes, one company has decided to launch a unique project designed to get as many seasoned veterans of the Internet to help in cleaning up the Internet by exposing as many scams as possible. According to David DiGennaro, president and CEO of Secure Web Tips, “We hope that getting the word out will save as many people as possible from losing their hard-earned money by falling for a scam”. “We have the technology and knowledge in place to separate the scams from the legitimate businesses that exist on the Web”. “Specifically, our children and the elderly are most vulnerable and need to be protected while they are using their computers and surfing the Internet”.
Secure Web Tips is a new venture that hopes to make a difference in the way everyone interacts with the Internet. The company has a blog (http://www.securewebtips.com/blog) that offers current information on how to be safe whenever someone is accessing the Internet. They also provide warnings on the latest scams that are designed to take an unsuspecting victim’s money. The warnings provide as much detail as possible and Secure Web Tips will not report the suspected websites until they have had a chance to respond with proof that they are a legitimate business. While Secure Web Tips understands that their goals may be high, they firmly believe this is long overdue and it is worth fighting for.
Secure Web Tips is keeping a database for recording all of the scams it encounters and hopes that others would send as much detail as possible for inclusion into this database. One of the company’s goals is to have a central repository that anyone could access to verify whether or not they are about to give their money to a legitimate business.
Secure Web Tips also provides objective reviews of the top products that are designed to provide sufficient protection while having good value for low cost and is focused on keeping everyone safe while they surf the Internet.
- Contact Information
- David DiGennaro, CISSP
- President / CEO
- Secure Web Tips
- Contact via E-mail
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