Google News reader John posted the following comment about Nordstrom’s Ecommerce product listings, asking if there were any “scam alerts” on the site: The search results page on NordstromEcommerce.com is a bit different from the other Ecommerce sites out there.
You can use the filters to narrow down the results, but in the Ecommerce search page there is a little box that says ‘Scam Alerts’.
It’s the only notification there is for scammers.
It seems that this box doesn’t always appear.
This may be because there are other types of scams that are targeting a specific group of people and the ‘Scams Alerts’ button does not always show up.
It’s definitely worth checking if the box is missing, because if it is, you’ll find it in the search results.
The only way to avoid scams like this is to avoid buying online and avoiding clicking on any link that says you’re about to buy.
You might be surprised how many people click on that link and buy from the scammer.
There are a number of scams on the market, and if you are scammed and have to report it, it’s important that you contact a legal professional to get your money back.
The more people that report it and the more help is given to victims, the better off we all will all be.
Google News user Mike posted the follow-up comment: Google has done a fantastic job in identifying the most common scam tactics, but it can be difficult to tell what is a legitimate product and what isn’t.
It would be nice if Google could provide some kind of warning to people that a scam is happening in the first place.
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