Avoid the Danger of Spyware

By: Jacob Getty

Your computer is just like a window into your home or business that is opened to the public if it is left unguarded. Many people who wouldn't dream of leaving their front door to their home or business unlocked for a second, regularly leave the computer entrance to their lives wide open all day every day as they go about their lives completely oblivious to the dangers they face.

Just because you don't own a successful business or have millions in the bank doesn't mean that you don't have to worry about being ripped off by someone using spyware to break into your computer. Your name and social security number alone are of value to any one of the millions of illegal aliens that have entered the U.S. to work.

It's happening every day to people just like you all over America. Their name and social security number is gathered up along with so many others and then a fake social security card and driver's license is quickly manufactured and sold to an undocumented worker. Now that worker doesn't have to look for a low paying cash job like farm or construction labor, because they can use the fake credentials to get a nice job at a casino in Vegas.

The Casino isn't concerned and doesn't check the authenticity of the I.D.s, because it's not their problem. Their problem is keeping their place staffed with good workers. The undocumented worker will claim tax exempt on the W4 tax form, so no taxes are taken out of their check and guess who gets stuck with the tax bill at the end of the year?

Do you think the IRS cares either? All they will care about is that you owe them money and they don't want to hear your B.S. phony sad story about it not being you that worked at the casino. The only way to protect you and your loved ones is with anti spyware software. Be sure to protect yourself today.

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