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Internet scammers are always coming up with new ways to steal your personal information. Beza.net is providing you with the following information to make you aware of the seriousness of these fraudulent acts, and to help prevent you from becoming an unsuspecting victim.

Here are some tips on how to spot a fake Web site or email:

Verify this is Beza.net
Email Scams
Domain Scams
CLICK ON the Comodo icon to Verify LOOK FOR the Padlock LOOK FOR the Highest Level of Security
At the bottom of any of our secure SSL pages, you will see the following image:
In your browser, look for the SSL padlock:
If you're using Internet Explorer 7 with Windows Vista or XP, the address bar color changes from white to green.
Comodo Site Verify Padlock
Padlock
Click on this logo to perform a real-time Identity Assurance verification on the current web site.
Double-click the padlock to see the actual certificate which will verify the name and identity of the current web site.
Click on Beza Inc in IE 7 green address bar to verify our EV 256-bit High Assurance SSL certificate information.

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