INTERNET NEWS & WEB TRENDS

Scam Alert
Loan Scammers Target Veterans and Active Military
by Robert K. Heady, Bank Rate Monitor

The People's Money
Watch Out - Mortgage Refi Spamming On The Rise
by Robert K. Heady, Bank Rate Monitor

Opt Out of Someone Selling Your Name? It's Not Easy
by Robert K. Heady

Internet Fraud Tough to Prosecute
by Andrew Leckey

Long-Distance Banking: A Guide to Your Rights and Risks
Considering a far-away or Internet institution?
First know the basics of remote banking

Business E-Etiquette: How to Use Electronic Communication
to Turn Prospects into Clients

by Dana May Casperson

Read This Before Recycling That Old Computer

Online Brokerages Feel Economic Pinch the Most
by Andrew Leckey

How to Guard Against Privacy Theft on the Internet
by Robert K. Heady, editor, Bank Rate Monitor

Watch for False Claims on Internet Bulletin Boards
by Andrew Leckey

Online Trading Nets Mixed Reviews from Investors and Experts
by Andrew Leckey

Applying for on-line mortgage is easier than you might think
by Robert K. Heady, Bank Rate Monitor

Website Woes: Avoiding Web Service Scams
Web businesses are being billed for services never authorized and of little value.

Web-Savvy Tips On How To Get Into And Pay For Any College
Publishers of leading college-oriented site reveal top Online strategies for students.

Many Annual Reports Now Available on the Internet
by Andrew Leckey.

Applying for Mortgage on the Internet
by Robert Heady, Bank Rate Monitor.

Year 2000 Web Sites
by Howard Ruff, The Ruff Times.

On-Line Calculator
by Robert K. Heady, Bank Rate Monitor.

Online Trading
You get what you pay for. Online trading can save you bucks, but online advice could cost you.

Beware Government Web Sites
A recent OMB survey shows that almost half of the internet sites run by federal agencies collect data about visitors. Read Michael Ketcher's analysis, reprinted from The Financial Privacy Report.

Dogs of the Dow
Some stock investing strategies turn out to be mostly bark and little bite. But the stock picking methods collectively known as the "Dogs of the Dow" strategies have historically provided steady performances that cause some to refer to them as "an investor's best friend."
Source: http://www.dogsofthedow.com

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