BUFFALO, NY - The iPad is going for $500. If you get a chance to get it forfree, you'd be a fool not to take it. Don't be fooled.
Scammers are using the buzz surrounding Apple's iPad to get youto dish out your information. According to the Better BusinessBureau , sites like Test it and Keep it are popping up on theinternet. Test it and Keep it has 5,000 iPads that need to be betatested. You sign up, test it for 2 months, then keep the iPad forfree as compensation.
There's a few red flags here. First of all, the iPad is out onstore shelves. Beta testing, by definition, is checking the productout to make sure all the kinks are worked out. It's done before aproduct goes public. There's also a few misspellings and some linksdon't work.
But the biggest signal something is up? To sign up you have togive out your email address and password to "tell your friends."The one rule of thumb when signing up for anything online, nevergive out your email password.
The BBB also warned of a tester offer out on Facebook. It hasalready been deleted. It tricked people into signing up for a $10cell phone service.
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