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  2. Advance-fee scam - Wikipedia

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    In addition, if email providers are alerted to the scammer's activities and suspend the account, it is a trivial matter for the scammer to simply create a new account to resume scamming. [citation needed] Email hijacking/friend scams. Some fraudsters hijack existing email accounts and use them for advance-fee fraud purposes.

  3. MSN - Wikipedia

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    From 1995 to 1998, the MSN.com domain was used by Microsoft primarily to promote MSN as an online service and Internet service provider. At the time, MSN.com also offered a custom start page and an Internet tutorial, but Microsoft's major web portal was known as "Microsoft Internet Start", and was located at home.microsoft.com.

  4. Windows Live - Wikipedia

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    Windows Live is a discontinued brand name for a set of web services and software products developed by Microsoft as part of its software-as-a-service platform. Chief components under the brand name included web services (all of which were exposed through corresponding web applications), several computer programs that interact with the services, and specialized web services for mobile devices.

  5. MSN TV - Wikipedia

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    MSN TV 2 used a different online service from the original WebTV/MSN TV but, like that service, still required a subscription to use. For those with broadband, the fee was US$99 yearly. Discontinuation. By late 2009, MSN TV hardware was no longer being sold by Microsoft, although service continued for existing users for the next four years.

  6. Webroot - Wikipedia

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    Webroot Inc. is an American privately-held cybersecurity software company that provides Internet security for consumers and businesses. The company was founded in Boulder, Colorado, US and is now headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, and has US operations in San Mateo and San Diego, and globally in Australia, Austria, Ireland, Japan and the United Kingdom.

  7. Pocket PC - Wikipedia

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    According to Microsoft, the Pocket PC is "a handheld device that enables users to store and retrieve e-mail, contacts, appointments, tasks, play multimedia files, games, exchange text messages with Windows Live Messenger (formerly known as MSN Messenger), browse the Web, and more."

  8. Microsoft OneNote - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft OneNote is a note-taking program for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration.It gathers users' notes, drawings, screen clippings, and audio commentaries.

  9. Fortune telling fraud - Wikipedia

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    Fortune telling fraud, also called the bujo or egg curse scam, is a type of confidence trick, based on a claim of secret or occult information. The basic feature of the scam involves diagnosing the victim (the "mark") with some sort of secret problem that only the grifter can detect or diagnose, and then charging the mark for ineffectual treatments.