Fluent Access Corporation
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We need to adapt to the changing world if we want our business to grow. Since there is a higher demand of technology, our business should also be known in that field. Otherwise, we will be left, outdated, which may adversely affect our business. We should create a place where our customers could interact in the cyber world, easily and effectively. We should make them feel at home, so that they will be comfortable to cherish our products or services.
And since we are exposed to a number of visitors all throughout the world, we could never be sure if all of them could be trusted. Remember, danger does not just exist in real life, since it is also present in the internet. And the scariest part is that the risks that we are prone to are much higher than the risks associated in the real world. Anytime, we could be a victim of malicious threats, thus, we should always be aware of the possibilities. We should make sure that we have private proxies in our personal computers, especially if we use it for business purposes. We are not just protecting our personal reputation, but that of our business to ensure that it could stand the test of time.
Since that time, more than 100 "delivery receipts" have been received during the subsequent 18 hours...and it's not even business hours on the West Coast yet.
This mail did not originate from Stephen Satchell, from Fluent Access Corporation, or from the computers that host this site or mail server.
Here are some points that support this claim:
The person who sent this e-mail is counting on you, the general public, to accept on its face that either Stephen Satchell or Jamie Baillie is responsible for this electronic mail being sent to you, and to use the personal identifying information contained in this electronic mail to harrass Mr. Satchell. Sadly, one person has indeed done so, by calling Mr. Satchell at 5:45 AM.
This mail is a hoax, with a forged "From:" address and forged SMTP envelope address. There are other markers in the headers of the message that scream "FRAUD" to those trained to read them.
The corporation is undergoing many changes: new ownership, a new mission, and a new set of products some time in 2003 . . . in short, a Phoenix is rising from the ashes of the old company. Like all living things, a company must grow and change to match the changes in its environment, and Fluent Access is no different from any other company.
Just because we are re-tooling under the hood doesn't mean that all the "old" stuff is trash. There was plenty of good information included on the original Web site, so while we reshape ourselves this site is designed to keep that information available to those seeking it.
A short history of the Corporation
Fluent Access started as a business services company, specializing in high-quality technical translations and analog modem testing. Other services included Web design and hosting, general computer consulting, technical article creation for national magazines and Web sites, and on-site computer maintenance for our neighbor businesses in Incline Village, Nevada and the surrounding area.
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Beware of Spam Mails
Spam mail is very dangerous, especially if you are not carefully reading the contents of the e-mails you are receiving. The message contains disguised links that seem to be familiar and legal websites, but the truth is it lead to phishing websites or sites that host malware. Moreover, the e-mail may contain attachments of malware as a script, other executable files, or viruses that can harm your computer or laptop. The most frightening thing that it can do is steal personal and confidential information from an unsuspecting recipient. The most frightening thing that it can do is steal personal and confidential information from an unsuspecting recipient. Some techniques that online criminal do is send a spam e-mail to a person with a messaging stating that there is a problem with their bank and they need them to provide personal information about their bank details. Some techniques that online criminal do is send a spam e-mail to a person with a messaging stating that there is a problem with their bank and they need them to provide personal information about their bank details. This is scenario is very alarming. Thus, some people prefer to use proxy sites in order to filter the e-mails that they receive.