Can a phishing scam obtain information by one just opening the link, but not supplying the requested information?

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Answered: Is this a scam?

Thanks for your answer, One of the 5 stamps was a first addition Louisiana Purchase(1800s) and was worth several thousand dollars. There were four others and I have copies of them. They offered to send them to me or keep them in there gas filled vault. I elected the latter. This may have been a ...

Answered: Nippon Sanso Thermos request

I would say take a look for it on Ebay. The company may not even be in business anymore, or they may not make that model, sop your best chance is to find someone offering one on Ebay.

Answered: What is the telephone number for information?

The telephone company uses 411 for what is now called Directory Assistance. There is also long distance Directory Assistance at (area code) 555-1212. There used to be 1-800 GOOG 411 as a Google directory assistance, but it was discontinued.

Answered: AOL scams

I found an ad on a CPA site "Selling accounting practice in Kamloops BC" with an email of hollye@shaw.ca. That doesn't sound like a scam, but who knows.

Answered: Is United Prize Center a scam

There have been many complaints about United Prize Identification Center of Linden, NJ asking for $20 before they will send you a prize. And of course they never send you anything.
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