Website Launch: Custom Steel Inc

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It was great working with Jason at Custom Steel, Inc in redesigning the website.  They provide overhead crane systems and custom steel fabrication to businesses all over Wisconsin.

The site was designed with a focus on capturing their primary services, including Overhead Cranes, Structural Steel, and Custom Fabrication.

The new design provides them a superior online presence they deserved. Make sure to check out the site at https://www.customsteelinc.com/.

Northwoods Web Designs provides all the services needed to give new businesses the online presence they need with a website design that effectively showcases products or services they have to offer.

Services provided by northwoodswebdesigns.com:  Web Design, Web Hosting, Web Care Plan, Responsive Web Development, SSL Certificate Services 

 

Website Launch: Pinewood Country Club

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It was great working with Chip in redesigning the site and incorporating their new software for booking tee times.

The modern & responsive design showcases the rich scenic images the course has to offer and displays it nicely on any screen.

The new design showcases all the amenities offered, including a rich photo gallery showcasing the amazing scenic course. They don’t call this the most scenic course for nothing.

Make sure to bookmark the site at https://pinewoodcc.com, so you can schedule your tee times when ready.

Northwoods Web Designs provides all the services needed to give new businesses the online presence they need with a website design that effectively showcases products or services they have to offer.

Services provided by northwoodswebdesigns.com:  Web Design, Web Hosting, Web Care Plan, Responsive Web Development, SSL Certificate Services 

 

Don’t Be Scammed – Beware of Web Services Scam Email

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If you own a website and have contact information available (who doesn’t, you do want people to engage with you right?) you have probably received emails like this. Generally spam traps get them, but sometimes a real human typed it up and send it out so they come through.

How to tell if this is a scam or simply spam mail? 

  • First major flag to tell the email is a scam, is  if someone wants to provide services and they use a free email account (@aol, @gmail, @hotmail etc..) run away, fast. This was was using a free/random @aol.com account. (I didn’t know aol.com was still a thing :)).
  • Second major flag is there is no phone number listed.
  • Third major flag is there is no address listed. And by law, random solicited emails are required to have the business address listed, and an unsubscribe button available.

These are typical sent out (from scripted program ran on computer) to try to get you to reply by email, which one, lets them know there is a real person behind that email, in which they will engage and try to obtain more information to either use maliciously or sell to other companies for other services you do not need.

Better yet, just add these email addresses to your list of spam/block filter and you will already be ahead of the game.

alan.digitalsolution@aol.com | all spam emails...

    • alan.digitalsolution@aol.com
    • roy.digitalusa@gmail.com
    • john.digitalsolution@aol.com
    • gary.digitalsolution@aol.com
    • paul.digitalsolution@aol.com
    • admin@digitallyaheadteam.com
    • corinne@rankhow.com
    • luke69457hal@gmail.com
    • charlenebakari01@gmail.com
    • info@shaxiams.top
    • seekamp.hayden@gmail.com
    • thomas@charlestondigitalfirm.com
    • william@prodigital.live
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Don’t Be Scammed – Ignore The Domain Registry Expiration Spam Letter

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If you own a domain name or someone has it registered on your behalf you will probably come across these devious spam letters in the mail.

They come from fraudulent domain registrars others who prey on people who don’t fully understand the domain registration service or directory listings in full.  So folks like these Domain Registry (from Jersey City, NJ) send letters in the mail to everyone that has a domain name stating their domain is about to expire and renew now.

And because they know businesses and nonprofits are busy, many simply send these in the mail to their accounting folks (I know actual clients who did) and they get their money, many times without even providing any service.

We continue to get asked about these from our clients or others, which tells me they have clearly deceived their letters pretty well to try to trick some domain owners into thinking a domain renewal invoice payment is needed.

So I first wrote about this other iDNS mail letter a couple of years ago, but my clients and myself are still receiving these, and from other company’s. Which is a problem. Why? Because it means many of you are still falling for the scam and paying these fraudulent scammers 300-500% higher cost to own the registration to your domain. And worst, you lose access to your domain ownership if you do transfer.





This is considered unsolicited aggressive spam. Why is this considered Spam? Because its unsolicited (you didn’t ask for it) and is a fraudulently deceiving letter, making you think the worlds going to end if you don’t transfer your domain name to them. In which after they own your domain name registration, they can jack your price even higher/hold your domain hostage to force you to pay.

So we want to provide this information to protect you, whether you have registered your domain name with Northwoods Web Designs or some other provider. Here is the word for word mailing that you may receive. Hoping you are finding this from searching, ultimately protecting yourself from this spam company.

These companies who send these letters, such this one from 924 Bergen Ave, Suite #289, Jersey City, NF (Domain Registry),  attempt to convince you into transferring or renewing your domain using their service. Which on average is 500% above the market rate for domain name services.  Continue reading “Don’t Be Scammed – Ignore The Domain Registry Expiration Spam Letter” »

Save You Scam – Ignore the Your Computer Was Infected and Now Pay Me Blackmail Scam

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Here is a pretty decent cyber blackmail scam that can probably get the best of folks.

It is in a form of a blackmail via email stating they infected your PC, stole your personal info and recorded you on your webcam and for proof they provide a real password you have actually used  (or still do).

The blackmail comes into play as they are requesting you pay them via bitcoin or else they will send out the webcam recorded video(s) and all personal information. **DON’T FALL FOR THIS SCAM**





Yes, it is a real password that they include in the subject line along with “save you” verbiage. It truly is a password that you may have used and probably tied to the email account your receiving the email to.

But how did they get your info? Easy, with all the data breaches that have happened in the past several years, our data, including passwords have been leaked into the dark-web for crappy folks to buy and try to use and take advantage of folks just like this.

They are leveraging old data to promote fear into falling for the scam. Do note, if you still use the password they listed in the email for ANYTHING, go and change any accounts that are still using that password just for best practice.

So we want to provide this information to protect yourself. Here is the word for word mailing that you may receive. Hoping you are finding this from searching, ultimately protecting yourself from these malicious folks who are too lazy to work for the money. Continue reading “Save You Scam – Ignore the Your Computer Was Infected and Now Pay Me Blackmail Scam” »