Posts Tagged 'credit card fraud'
Ever hear of a crime called skimming? It may not be as dramatic a crime as assault or Ponzi schemes, but it can cause significant problems to you as your savings account can be wiped out in a flash. Picture a scrawny nerd tampering with an automated teller machine (ATM)—the machine you use with your […]
My New Year’s Resolutions are usually very predictable: lose weight, some (ideally regular) exercise and a total commitment to quit Diet Coke forever. But what about digital resolutions? Isn’t it time these had a place on our resolution list? As Cybermum, I am somewhat well-versed in what I should be doing to keep myself organised […]
I have vowed to make Christmas 2014 stress free. I have vowed to bring joy back into Christmas and prolong my life! So I have devised a Christmas Survival Plan using all the best features of the online world. In Part One, I detailed the best digital hacks for making your lists, buying presents online […]
This year Christmas is going to be different. I am officially pledging to take the stress out of the silly season. I am vowing to avoid highly strung crowds in Westfield Shopping Centres, to not partake in exhausting ‘all-nighters’ frantically writing Christmas cards, to ‘say no’ to last minute present stress and to absolutely not […]
Australia clearly loves Jessica Mauboy. Such an extraordinary talent! However the latest McAfee research shows that Jess is topping the charts for all the wrong reasons. She is in fact the riskiest Australian celebrity name to search for according to the Eighth Annual McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities List 2014. While the recent celebrity photo hacking […]