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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Scam'

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Zoogoers outraged to discover ‘panda’ exhibit was actually dogs 

 

The fake pandas, unveiled May 1 at the Taizhou Zoo in Jiangsu Province, were actually Chow Chow dogs — a big-haired breed from Northern China, Jam Press reported.

Zoogoers outraged to discover ‘panda’ exhibit was actually dogs

Scam Sparks New Warning for Florida Pet Owners

Adopted Dog Returned A Few Days Later For Being “Boring”

Tags: $, Animals, Cheating, Fraud, Greed, Pets, Rejection, Scam, Self Interest, Zoo

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30-May-2024


Climate change's impact on human health is already here — and is 'potentially irreversible,' report says 

 

Climate change is already having an extraordinary impact on human health worldwide — affecting the spread of infectious diseases, exposing millions to air pollution and heat waves and dramatically reducing labor productivity, according to a report released Monday.

"The human symptoms of climate change are unequivocal and potentially irreversible," the report by the British medical journal The Lancet says, and the situation is so serious that significant gains by modern medicine and technology are being undercut.

"The delayed response to climate change over the past 25 years has jeopardized human life and livelihoods," the report says.

USA Today

Tags: Abuse, Choices, Dedication, Disease, Ecology, Environment, Health, Nature, Parenting, Population, Scam, Study, Treatment, Unity, Video, World

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31-Oct-2017


Wi-Fi security has been breached, say researchers 

 

At about 7AM ET this morning, researchers revealed details of a new exploit called KRACK that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi security to let attackers eavesdrop on traffic between computers and wireless access points. The exploit, as first reported by Ars Technica, takes advantage of several key management vulnerabilities in the WPA2 security protocol, the popular authentication scheme used to protect personal and enterprise Wi-Fi networks. “If your device supports Wi-Fi, it is most likely affected,” say researchers.

So yeah, this is bad.

The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team issued the following warning in response to the exploit:

Verge

Tags: Abuse, Advice, Environment, Privacy, Scam, Social Media, Study, Support, Tech, Treatment, Warning

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16-Oct-2017


Don't fall for this Netflix phishing scam 

 

Today's big phishing scam: Netflix accounts. In the past 24 hours, customers have been receiving emails purporting to be from Netflix soliciting their account information.

WGN reports the scam emails inform users their accounts have been disabled, and it recommends they update their payment details.

"We're having some trouble with your current billing information," the emails read. "We'll try again, but in the meantime you may want to update your payment details."

The email directs them to a "Login Page" where they are asked to enter account information.

Mashable

Tags: Advice, Entertainment, Instructional, Program, Scam, Social Media, Warning

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28-Sep-2017


Subway defends its chicken following scathing report 
 

Subway says lab tests it commissioned show its chicken had only trace amounts of soy.

That comes after a Canadian Broadcasting Corp. show reported that tests showed only about half the DNA from Subway chicken samples was from chicken. The rest was mostly from soy.

After calling the report “false and misleading,” Subway followed up by saying it sent chicken to two labs and the results from both found soy protein to be less than 1 percent of the samples.

The CBC said that DNA tests don’t reveal the exact amount of chicken in a product, but are a good indicator of its proportion of animal DNA.

NY Post

Tags: Diet, Junk Food, Product, Reckless, Scam, Service, Study, Warning

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03-Mar-2017


Calif. man sues Papa John's over text promotions, seeks $500 a message 

 

A California man is suing Papa John’s for stuffing his phone with promotional text messages.

John Anozie, a Beverly Hills resident, is seeking $500 per unwanted text message that the pizza giant sent him over the last year.

The pizza purge is alleged to have begun in March 2016, when the lawsuit claims Papa Johns started texting deals to Anozie.

The suit, filed in United States District Court, singled out a message from March 25, 2016, that offered him two large pizzas with up to five toppings for $9.99.

The promotional text encouraged Anozie to text “STOP” if he didn’t want to get the messages anymore, according to court documents.

So he did — multiple times — according to the suit. But his lawyers allege that “no” didn’t mean “no” to Papa John’s.

NY Daily News

Tags: Abuse, Court, Food, Junk Food, Mental Health, Product, Scam, Service, Social Media, Treatment

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03-Mar-2017


Robocalls asking 'can you hear me?' spark warning of scam 

 

Police are warning about a phone scam that has hit residents across the country by tricking them into saying “yes.”

The “can you hear me?” scam uses the question common in phone conversations to get people to agree to charges on their credit and debit cards.

It often arrives as a robocall from someone purporting to be a cruise line or home security agency and then records the person being called as soon as they say “yes,” “sure” or “ok,” according to a report from the Better Business Bureau.

Scammers can then use your recorded voice to pretend that you are confirming a desire to buy something, either through the phone company itself or another company.

NY Daily News

Tags: Abuse, Advice, Fear, Finance, Product, Reckless, Scam, Service, Warning

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28-Jan-2017