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Facts, An Online Marketer Has to be Familiar With CSS and HTML

Are you an online marketer? Are you familiar with CSS and HTML? You should, facts have shown that CSS and HTML are prerequisites to be a successful online marketer.

Meet Ian, he’s a digital technology maniac, entrepreneur and owns several websites. When it comes to marketing, I have full confidence in his expertise. He’s a very creative individual and a constant learner of new things. He built all his websites himself, although he did consult me on a number of things regarding domains, web hosting and other issues pertaining to web development, he was able to quickly grasp the essence of them all. But when it comes to HTML and CSS, he experienced difficulties.

I am not an expert on HTML or CSS related matters. Like Ian, at times I too experience difficulties when facing these two things. When he’s looking to give his sites numerous make overs in their designs, he inevitably has to deal with HTML and CSS, and therein lies the problem.

Ian is simply incapable of dealing with the various CSS and HTML related issues. He ends up having to pay web developer with the necessary skillset to address his needs. Multiply that with the number of websites that he owns, then you get the idea of just how high the cost of maintenance for him is.

html css for an online marketer

html css for an online marketer : image wikipedia

My advice to all of you online entrepreneurs would be, if you have time to spare then you need to gradually familiarize yourself with CSS and HTML. Believe me, it will be the best investment you’ll ever make if you have multiple websites supporting your online business. Unless of course you could afford to pay a web developer to handle your numerous websites.

There are lots of websites providing CSS and HTML 101, here are some of them:
1. http://www.w3schools.com/css/
2. http://www.w3schools.com/html/

Good luck!

Scam and Identity Theft

Identity theft is usually associated with scam or fraud, here are some things we can do to avoid this. A lot of people are understandably doubtful and hesitant when it comes to online business. Most of them are wary of the risks involved in doing online deals and transactions. While we agree that doing business or transacting online is not without its risks, there are actually ways of decreasing the risks involved. We’ve taken some of the content found at lookstoogoodtobetrue.com/tests.aspx and present them to you here.

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Did you recently make an online transaction? If so, you’d better check your monthly credit card report for any irregularities. If you do find some irregularities, you need to quickly ascertain what caused those irregularities. You should never rule out the possibility of scam, and to an extent the monthly credit card report could be used as an indicator of whether or not a scam is present.

If you identify any irregularities, you should immediately bring these to the attention of the issuer of the credit card by telephone and in writing. You should also make sure that every charge is correct, and feel comfortable in the knowledge that you are not paying for something you did not order.

This may seem trivial, but you should never disclose your social security or your driver’s license number on your checks. If your checks get into the wrong hands, this would make it easy for criminals to steal your identity. It’s not necessary nor is this advisable to place this information on your personal checks.

To protect your identity from criminals, you should always shred documents containing personal information – it could prove useful if it reaches the wrong hands. It is IMPERATIVE to prevent your personal info from falling into the clutches of criminals.

If you’re transacting via the internet, ensure that the website you’re using is secured. Some websites use lock icons on the bottom of the browser window as part of a system for securing online transactions between your computer and the eCommerce vendor. You can click on the lock icon to view the security certificate. This will ensure that your personal information and payment details are encrypted between your browser and the server. Look for the lock icon on your browser and https:// in the address bar.

As a closing, we can conclude that the underlying factor is the safety of our personal information. We’re unaware at times that we may be inadvertently giving out our personal info through social media sites like Facebook, Twitter etc as well as emails and purchase invoices.

So if it’s at all possible, never disclose your personal info on the web as criminals are very resourceful and would stop at nothing to prey on our carelessness. If you want to learn more about identity theft, you can read about them here : consumer.ftc.gov/features/feature-0014-identity-theft. Remain ever vigilant.

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JP Digital Tech Marketing Automation Service, Is It Possible?

As the latest incarnation of John Phanchalad (The scam artist formerly known as Shaun Stenning), JP Digital Tech offers an automation program (service) which they claim could automatically generate sales for you. From what we’ve been able to gather from their website, their so-called “Marketing Automation” program offers the convenience of soliciting customers and sales automatically.

JP Digital Tech marketing automation, is it possible?

JP Digital Tech marketing automation, is it possible? – image via demandlab

We’re not entirely sure on how this program is supposed to work as they didn’t really elaborate enough for us to draw some reasonable conclusions. However, let us ask you this; do you think it’s possible for us to solicit or acquire potential customers and sales automatically?

Keep in mind that each and every form of online businesses require time, effort and a dependable (as well as reasonable) system that holds everything together to be successful. An example, if you’re looking to promote and sell stuff online what are the steps available to you? Naturally, you would want to market and promote your merchandise through high traffic websites such as Facebook, Twitter and so on. The thing is, to the best of our knowledge, the process of automation is questionable at best. I mean sure there are some spam bot programs that you can use to promote your stuff online, but that method would not yield satisfactory results and it’s likely to hurt your business in the long run.

So it begs the question; does JP Digital Tech has a legitimate, reliable program to solicit and convert sales automatically? Our answer is a resounding ‘NO!’ Especially due to the fact that John Phanchalad is Shaun Stenning, the con artist who swindled his way to the top of internet infamy a couple of years back.

We are still somewhat traumatized by our encounter with Shaun Stenning’s fraudulent program. The system that was used then by John Phanchalad (Shaun Stenning) offered some similar characteristics to the one being offered now by JP Digital Tech. Are you familiar with the infamous Twitter Cash Machine and / or GeekVersity, courtesy of Shaun Stenning? Both programs offered an automation feature that seemed too good to be true. And as Shaun Stenning made himself scarce along with his clients’ money, the programs were soon deemed as scam.

Under the banner of JP Digital Tech, John Phanchalad is currently offering a similar service to the Twitter Cash Machine and GeekVersity. As stated on www.lookstogoodtobetrue.com, if you received an offer that looks too good to be true, you have every right to be suspicious as there’s a high probability of it being a scam program ready to separate you from your money. And given the track record of Shaun Stenning’s illustrious “career” as a con artist, you best be wary of JP Digital Tech’s offer of “Marketing Automation.”

If you’re new to the world of online marketing, educate yourself on what an online con artist might look and sound like on the following:
1. http://www.onguardonline.gov/articles/0002-common-online-scams
2. http://johnphanchalad.net/avoid-online-scammers-incriminate/

How to Avoid Online Scammers and Incriminate Them

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avoid scammers

Avoiding online scammers are sometimes difficult, it’s not just about how to avoid them, but also how difficult it is to incriminate them. There are various reasons as to why this is so, but ultimately the main cause is that the online world is a virtual world, and generally most countries do not have sufficient legal protection for internet users. This is the main reason why scammers are undeterred in carrying out their reprehensible programs in ripping people off.

This article aims to raise awareness of “what constitutes an online scammer?” In other words; what makes a scammer looks like a scammer? How to avoid their clutches and how to help others escape their lies and deceit. Please note that we are not an expert on scam, what we’re showing here is based on our very limited experience as a victim of online scam. So please understand if there are some shortcomings present here. We will, however, do our utmost to explain the steps you can take to avoid scammers and their programs.

Online scammers naturally utilize internet. Virtually everyone uses the internet nowadays. It is the largest online media in existence today and a lot of people are harnessing it for their digital needs. Scammers are of course aware that there are numerous loopholes to be exploited. The following are options that we can take to avoid scammers and incriminate them.

First, study their programs. If they are seemingly deceptive, call the police immediately or send a report through the web detailing the scam. Never disclose your personal data to the public, as your data is an asset for scammers. They will attempt to make contact with you. If your data has been disclosed, you will receive a lot of questionable things. For example, getting an email from someone you don’t know. Let’s take an email scam as an example. Scammers would send you an email containing offers, free prizes, or a ridiculously attractive offer. If you are smart, you would of course read and study their offers carefully and avoid making any uninformed decisions. But unfortunately, many people are still highly susceptible to deception. When scammers send them fraudulent email, they usually fall for it and comply with everything that is in the email.

Another example; you get an offer from a money maker program. They offer you a large sum of money without any significant effort on your part, just invest your money and get rich instantly. They caught your attention, you send money to their account. And when the time comes for you to reap your rewards, you find that you can’t login to the site and there’s no way for you to contact them. Viola you have lost your money! It’s as simple as that, here is the online scam case sample.
Essentially, what you need to do is to arm yourself with knowledge so you wouldn’t easily fall prey to these types of ‘get rich quick’ schemes. There’s an abundance of these programs floating around on the internet, so don’t trust scam and spam activities!. Bottom line; scam programs can take many forms. Among them are gifting programs, below average cost for certain products. They are some of the forms utilized by scammers, you should avoid them and immediately block their email address! Additionally, you can report them to following:

1 . http://www.actionfraud.police.uk/report_fraud ( UK )
2 . http://www.ripoffreport.com
3 . https://www.scamwatch.gov.au/content/index.phtml/tag/reportascam ( Australia )

In addition, before deciding to commit to an online program, you should first find out everything you can about who you’re dealing with. At the very least, you should ask them for their phone number and confirm whether the number is valid or not. Last but not least, ask if you can make any kind of payments via wire? If they refuse and insist on choosing an online payment method such as PayPal, you have every reason to be suspicious. Payments via wire are generally safer and are easier to track than online payment methods.

So guys, please do not disclose your important data on the internet. Properly identify anyone who would do transactions with you. Find out how they’re able to track you (email/mobile phone). Check whether the programs being offered are legit or fake. Be smart, always consult the mighty Google first! Never ever send money to anyone before making sure you’ve done all you can to understand all the details of the programs being offered. If you’re one of the unfortunate victim of scam, immediately file a report case to the authorities. Remember to do it quickly as every second you waste increases the possibility of them deceiving others. You can also report fraud scammers through scam defender website, check out the links above. That’s the easiest way to avoid scammers and how to incriminate them. Here is another great article on how to avoid online scams:

http://www.onguardonline.gov/articles/0001-avoiding-online-scams . Thanks

The Negative Implications of Digital Technology on Online Business

Technological advances are inevitable, we live in a world where progress and change are perpetual. Digital technology specifically, is improving on a monthly basis. But are you aware of the negative implications digital technology? Specifically pertaining to people in the field of online business?

I recall a period a couple of years ago when online business was at the height of its popularity, where I too was a victim of such implications. A couple of years ago, I had several websites that were mostly about myself and my hobbies, I then had them successfully sponsored. But despite of my success, there were a couple of things that disappointed me.

The Negative Implications of Digital Technology

The Negative Implications of Digital Technology

It turned out that not all advertisers paid their dues to the publishers (me being one such publisher). Disclaimer: Don’t get me wrong, obviously not all advertisers are like the ones I’ve just described, in fact I’m quite sure that those are in the minority. We realize that there are many honest and hardworking advertisers out there, but the fact of the matter is that I did have some experiences dealing with those sorts of advertisers, and they were the ones that opened my eyes to deplorable practices of scams and fraud. The best way for us to defend ourselves against these despicable practices is to arm ourselves with sufficient knowledge on how these scumbags operate.

A prime example would be the scam perpetrated by John Phanchalad, who currently is the CEO of JP Digital Tech. Due to the rapid advances of digital technology, Shaun Stenning’s (John Phanchalad) name eventually became known to us, and he offered and promised numerous online business programs which would yield plentiful profits for us.

Due to our inexperience and lack of knowledge we eventually fell victim to Shaun Stenning and his bogus programs. We ended up losing our money and Stenning took down several of his personal blogs, including the one that sold us the program! You can read about our friend’s experience here. This is an example of the negative impact and implication of digital technology to online entrepreneurs.

Online technology also often creates confusion for online entrepreneurs, in terms of determining which advertisers are good advertisers, which programs are legit and so on. We must be ever cautious in deciding to commit to a program or scheme. Digital technology also affects the average Joe’s out there. If we look at Facebook for example, anyone can acquire our picture, personal info, and other pertinent data. This could potentially be extremely harmful, especially if the Facebook account is purposefully intended for business.

There are lots of benefits that we can take from digital technology, but we must remember to always be on a lookout for the negative impacts mentioned above. Digital technology isn’t only connected to the world of Internet, keep in mind that it’s also connected to things like gadgets, computers, cameras and so on. As a practitioner of digital technology and the internet, I urge you to remain watchful and to always exercise caution in dealing with the negative implications of digital technology.
Thank you.

John Phanchalad – Scams are Only as Dangerous as Their Artists

You might be wondering who the hell is this John Phanchalad bloke anyway? If you’re not familiar with both the name and the face, you might wanna read more about him on this article. On this occasion, let me just state that scams, frauds and other illegitimate programs designed to part you from your hard earned cash are only as dangerous as the scam artists themselves, with John Panchalad being a prime example. John Panchalad (formerly known as Shaun Stenning) is a seasoned scam artist as well as a pathological liar, and under his new alias he’s hard at work in earning your trust only to stab you in the back and stealing your money in the process.

Who the hell is Shaun Stenning you ask, well you can easily find that info out for yourself by typing in ‘Shaun Stenning’ in Google. Prepare yourself for a barrage of disgruntled ‘clients’ hurling every swear and curse word under the sun toward Shaun Stenning, exposing him for the lowlife con artist that he is.

Shaun Stenning/John Phanchalad is scam artis

Shaun Stenning/John Phanchalad is scam artis

I’ve seen my share of fraudulent programs on the internet ranging from money making programs, dating programs and even programs connected to digital technology such as Cellphone and computer sales scam and so on and so forth. One of the more ‘interesting’ thing I noticed about these type of people is that they’re usually very resourceful and possess a cockroach like resiliency and will utilize every trick up their sleeves in their never ending quest to rip you off.
In the 2009 – 2011 period, we often hear a lot about how a successful internet ‘entrepreneur’ by the name of Shaun Stenning, who held a number of seminars in various parts of the world; Malaysia and Thailand to name a few. He appeared to be genuinely successful and seemed intent on sharing his good fortune with the rest of us, but wait til you check out the following facts.

During the last days of his reign as the king of scam, Shaun Stenning finally got what’s coming to him. He received an enormous amount of complaints from disgruntled customers who felt that they were being scammed via Stenning’s fraudulent Twitter Cash Machine. It wasn’t long before Stenning decided to call it quits and went underground. Naturally, he also took his clients’ money along with him. His websites also went dead shortly after.

Needless to say this didn’t sit well with his victims. Some of his victims attempted to track down his whereabouts in order to get their money back with little success. Although some claimed to have gotten their money back, the majority of his victims aren’t as fortunate. At the beginning of 2013, I accidentally found out Stenning’s whereabouts. He now lives with his wife in Thailand under the name of John Panchalad, check out this twitter page screenshot.

scam artist - John Phanchalad AKA Shaun Stenning, fact

scam artist – John Phanchalad AKA Shaun Stenning, fact

If you’re one of the unfortunate victims of Shaun Stenning aka John Panchalad, you now have a place to start in getting your money back. I’ll share everything I know about the guy’s whereabouts on this article (Where is Shaun Stenning?).
Of course the bad news is that since he’s a compulsive liar and goddamn thief, he’s probably busy working on bigger and better ways to rip people off. I sincerely hope that his long list of victims won’t be updated anytime soon. As the title suggests, “Scams are only as dangerous as their artists,” once a thief always a thief, and that’s what pissed me off the most about these lowlives. There’s no reason to assume that he’s turned over a new leaf or that he’s left the life of a criminal behind him. Especially in light of the fact that he’s now established a new online marketing company by the name of JP Digital Tech. This new company is a testament to his cockroach like resilience.

He’s still at it folks. Still ripping people off, still stealing money and information for his own nefarious ends. This new company is no different than the kinds of programs he’s created in the past; Twitter Cash Machine and GeekVersity. Programs that have been proven as scams.
My intentions in writing this article is simple; whatever your impressions of JP Digital Tech may be, whatever you decide to do in regards to Stenning’s/Panchalad’s JP Digital Tech, exercise caution at all times! Given his track record, it would be wiser to always be on the safe side on this matter. John Panchalad / Shaun Stenning is a very dangerous individual, and I implore all internet marketer residing in Thailand to study Panchalad’s / Stenning’s footprints in Indonesia and Malaysia before deciding to join forces with him and his company. Don’t let the same thing happen to you. I found a great post about how to spot a con artists here.

If you’re a citizen of Thailand, or if you have any information regarding John Panchalad aka Shaun Stenning, please feel free to share what little info you have for the good of everyone. So, we at John Phanchalad dot net say, together let’s rid the world of scam artists and their deplorable programs!

Scam and Spam: Don’t Trust Their Offers

Scam and spam are bad, don’t ever trust their offers! Scammers and spammers are the sort of people whose only objective is to steal your money along with your important personal information. Digital technology along with the Internet is actually something that is highly beneficial to us all. We can utilize digital technology to assist us in so many things, such as harnessing its abilities in business marketing and other things similar in nature. On the flip side, however, the digital world of internet and technology is not without its dark side. Some of most prevalent types of fraud on the internet are scam, spam and phishing.

avoid scammers

avoid scammers

Scam is one of the most prevalent form of fraud on the internet today, as this is one of the most common occurrences on the internet today. The most distinctive characteristics of scam are: It almost always promises things that are often very appealing and attractive to their prospective victims, such as a scheme that offers ways to acquire money easily with little to no work. Or simply offering something that is just too good to be true.

Scammers on the other hand, are the people behind the program. The terms ‘scam’ and ‘scammers’ usually go hand in hand with spams and spammers. Spammers are people who send out excessive offers. Scammers and spammers commonly utilize email in their attempt to commit fraud. They also make their offers through websites and even send their offers directly through bogus seminars such as Shaun Stenning AKA John Phanchalad who has held many seminars in various countries. It is now proven, however, that he is a nothing more than a cheater and scammer, check this link – Shaun Stenning and his scam program.

Exercise caution at all times. Whenever you’re offered a “how to get rich” program and you come across testimonials of how someone is successful after joining the program, you should be wary because chances are they’re all fake. Once you’ve committed your money to this program, chances are your money is already lost.

Fact about Shaun Stenning scam program

Fact about Shaun Stenning scam program

Scammers also typically steal email accounts, contact lists, and other accounts like Facebook or Twitter. Hence, if you get a notification on Facebook or twitter via Email, please avoid visiting the links that they provide. There’s a good chance they somehow may be able to steal your account information. This type of fraud is called ‘phishing.’

What’s the easiest way to avoid phishing? You can read all about it on the following page: http://www.microsoft.com/security/online-privacy/phishing-symptoms.aspx

More about e-scam here: http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams

Now you’re somewhat more knowledgeable about the practice called scam, I sincerely hope your name won’t be added to the long list of victims of scam programs that is increasing at an alarming rate today in the world of internet. Whenever you receive several interest and enticing offers like “how to earn money easily,” or “how to get rich” and so on and so forth, keep in mind that if things sound too good to be true then they probably are.

Finally, always remember to keep your e-mail account, Facebook, Twitter and other sensitive accounts secure and safe. It’s always a good idea to do some research before committing yourself to any offer or programs promising new and revolutionary ways of earning money. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Another possible sign of scam is when someone’s using a website to sell things, there’s a pretty good chance that we won’t be able to find reliable data and information regarding the owners or the operators of the website. I addition, scammers typically use fake names, check this out on the JP Digital Tech website.

So guys, scam and spam are bad and don’t ever trust their offers! They typically try to steal our important information and our money using various ways! Thanks for reading guys.