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Published on October 3rd, 2013

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NoMoreRack.com

We got this e-mail from a (probably hacked) reader:

Hi tips,

Last week, I sent you $10 gift card. If you’re considering taking a look at nomorerack, I would suggest that you don’t wait much longer because it expires in 48 hours.

With my referral link below, you will instantly get that $10, I can make $10 (thanks to you) and your registration will be instant (sweet!).

[link to nomorerack website]

Sweet! It appears that this reader had his or her e-mail hacked. If this happens to you, change your password as soon as you can. If your friend is sending you spam e-mails, don’t click on any of the links and let him or her know they’ve been hacked.

Also, stay away from No More Rack, which seems like a scammy deal site. The company has a D- rating from the BBB with 1270 consumer complaints in the past year, which is the most complaints we’ve seen on a BBB page in a while. It will also take over your e-mail and spam your contact list. No more No More Rack.

For more on spam, read our article here.

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