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Special alrert: sexual offenders have registered in your area. Protect your family now. Identify offenders. Important bulletin. Did you know: There are nearly 750,000 registered sex offenders in the U.S. The number of sex offenders has increased 23% in the past 5 years. The average serial child molester has between 360-380 victims. 1 in 4 girls is sexually abused before the age of 14. 1 in 6 boys is sexually abused before the age of 16. >>> search your neighborhood now <<<

39 comments:

  1. This must be a scam. I have gotten this several dozen times, each with a different originating E-Mail address and a different "unsubscribe" address. The E-Mail doesn't say this but after drilling down a little one learns that "membership" is $30 a month or $100 a year.
    No doubt you have to provide a credit card# which will leave you open to further scamming.

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    1. On March 11, 2014 this company informed the BBB that one of their marketing partners had recently violated their agreement and sold their customer data to unauthorized third parties. These unauthorized third parties have sent large quantities of emails to their customers. The company advised the BBB that they have terminated their relationship with this partner. Additionally, they are currently dealing with another company which may have obtained their customer list and is sending unauthorized marketing messages to this list. KidsLiveSafe regrets any inconvenience this has caused any of their customers and they claim that they have taken aggressive steps to ensure this problem does not reoccur

      http://www.bbb.org/santa-barbara/business-reviews/safety-consultants/kidslivesafe-com-in-santa-barbara-ca-92010018

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  2. This should be a free app why we gotta pay for something that's protects us and our children from a child predator that's bullshit and a scam

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    1. there is.. each state has a websight and database

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  4. I just received this e-mail as well and realized when you have to pay for this to see the sex offenders it is a scam. Do not fall for this website. Once they get your credit card they could make all kinds of charges to it.
    Please take caution to this website. I was almost convinced until I read where you have to pay for this. A $1.00 does not seem much, but think about hundreds of thousands of people paying for this scam. Why they will become rich over night. Shame on them for allowing this to be published on the net.

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    1. dude, I don't know where you're from, but underage is 18 here too

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  6. i have just recieved one of these emails.. i clicked on the ink and it took me to a wowcher page, the other link was for a holiday cruise!
    What should i do? can this be hackin into my email account?..

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  7. Like one of you stated, if this is a real service it should be automatically free, but it is not. In fact, every time you get one of these emails, the url or domain looks weird or sometimes you get ip address instead of a domain name. all this only suggests and implies SCAM. In my opinion though, this email alert maybe real. I know for a fact that there are people online checking on the Bittorrent downloads like a vigilante and then emailing to people in the area of this illegal activities. However, this is scam nonetheless because of the way they are doing this.

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  8. I have four kids safty means every thing as a few of u hav stated i believe as well it should be free

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    1. http://www.familywatchdog.us/ is free if you don't want to pay for the extra tools and services they provide

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  9. Just received this today, which means they are still trying to scam!! Be careful.

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  10. Yup Spam Scam. Dummy's Out There Messing With Innocent People & There Live's & Computer's.

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  11. I just received one of these today. The subject line stated:
    Public Safety Alert: A Child Predator May Be In Your Area

    and the address it was sent from was:
    Neighborhood Alert – Kids Live Safe (a "no reply" address)

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  12. I just received this exact email today. Does anyone know if the UNSUBSCRIBE link work so I don't receive future emails from "Kids Live Safe"? -Or would you recommend just deleting it?
    Thanks!

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  13. I just received this exact e-mail to my yahoo mail account today as well. luckily it went directly to my deleted folder. I only saw it because I accidentally deleted another e-mail. Looks like it is back in circulation.

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  14. I also just recieved this email even after unsubscribing. When i clicked on it so I could unsubscribe myself again, there was no option to unsubscribe. I don't have kids, so it's very annoying to keep recieving these emails in my spam folder.

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  15. I too have received emails in my home and work email. Unsubscribing doesn't work, it probably just confirms my email address. Get one every day. I have grandkids so I took a second look at it but all the necessary information is available without paying for it. delete!

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  16. Got sent a blank message from someone claiming to be kids live safe. It was spelt wrong and baldly set out but it has still made me feel sick.

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  17. In essence, "Kids Live Safe" are holding our kids hostage because they are they are helping the child molesters by hiding the list from us. If we don't pay the ransom then the perverts will rape our kids.

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  18. I was suspicious about this email, glad I searched first without clicking the link in email. This is the first time I have received this one, actually I got two, the same one about 45 minutes apart.

    They prey on our fears. That is the scam too.

    I have read online to NEVER click UNSUBSCRIBE, it only makes it worse. This is probably true. I use to do it and SPAM definitely got worse, from the same ones I UNSUBSCRIBED.
    Now I mark as JUNK (if it already is not in junk mail box) then delete without looking at it. I get fewer now.
    And of course I always do a web search with the word 'scam' added.
    Never click the link from the email.

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  19. I have received this email / link one time. I did open the email and for 2 seconds I received a view of one page that consisted of programming codes or languages. Subsequently, I was taken to the "Sex Offender" website. I had the option to leave the page or continue. I chose to leave the page and deleted the email. I believe the longer your personal computer is attached to this website, your personal information is technically being gathered and collected i.e. SSN, Address, Emails, Credit Card, Bank Account data that you have used or accessed via the internet in the past. This may be a SCAM in more ways then ONE!

    NOTE: DON'T ACCESS THIS WEBSITE

    BEWARE!!!!!

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  20. Yes. This is a scam.

    However a little piece of me thinks that the kind of people who believe this kind of email is a good idea and click through the links deserve all they get.

    If you found out that someone convicted of a sex offence 10 years ago, but has served his punishment, been rehabilitated and is now a fully functioning member of society is living next door to you, what would you do? Treat him/her as a dangerous and sick person, or treat them as a human being?

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  21. Kids Live Save is a legitimate company that offers a service. I don't think they offer anything of value and it's a waste of money. I think it gives you a false sense of security. They have been bombarding me with spam email, and their unsubscribe link signs you up again. I now have at least 4 emails a day "___SEX_OffendersAlert-KidsLiveSafe". I found their website "www.kidslivesafe.com" and called their customer service. They said they outsource their marketing and there is nothing that they can do. And their marketing dept has other affiliates that they have no control over.

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    1. I love when companies tell you there is nothing they can do. So the marketing company is the boss?

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  22. I just received one of these emails and goggled it to see whether it was legit or not. Definitely going to take the advice and send it to junk mail

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  23. I have been receiving these scam e mails for several months now. I have never opened them. DO NOT open them, DO NOT UNSUBSCRIBE....when you unsubscribe your actually telling these people they have a legitimate working e mail which now these marketers will send even more junk. Or hack your computer, whatever they are up to.

    I live in the state of FL - we have a free website from the sheriff's office. Most states probably do. Go to your states official site and you will find out where to sign up for "alerts". Kids Safe is probably receiving these alerts (if they are real) and then selling the alerts when we can also get the alerts for free.

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    1. The address that sent it to me is
      kidslivesafe@communicateprodemodulating.com.
      For those of you who don't know, just hover your mouse over the senders name and it will show you the address it came from.

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  24. On March 11, 2014 this company informed the BBB that one of their marketing partners had recently violated their agreement and sold their customer data to unauthorized third parties. These unauthorized third parties have sent large quantities of emails to their customers. The company advised the BBB that they have terminated their relationship with this partner. Additionally, they are currently dealing with another company which may have obtained their customer list and is sending unauthorized marketing messages to this list. KidsLiveSafe regrets any inconvenience this has caused any of their customers and they claim that they have taken aggressive steps to ensure this problem does not reoccur

    http://www.bbb.org/santa-barbara/business-reviews/safety-

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  25. Here you go...a complete list of state, tribal and US territory registry's


    http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/registry

    All the ones online that say they want to 'protect your family' all click through to this kid safe scam.

    Every one of em.

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  26. Just got this email also. Just forward it to spam@uce.gov. If they receive enough of these in their database, the FTC will conduct an investigation that could result in severe penalties.

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  27. Just got one today. Didn't know if it was safe or not so looked it up... and found this! Thanks!

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  28. This is what the sender info looked like in the email I got: (kidsLive.safe)
    Looked kind of scammy right off the bat to me so I didn't click on any links. I will mark it as spam and send it away where it belongs.

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  29. This is the address that sent me the scammy email: (kidsLive.safe) notification@rfree.educoperating.com
    The senders' address got filtered out of my previous comment somehow so I will try again.

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    1. Okay it worked that time. Now the correct address is posted. Sorry for any confusion.

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  30. They got me too for 6 months at $29.97 I called them today and threatened to report it as fraud to my bank. Now waiting 1-5 business days for 3 months worth refunds. Wish me luck

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  31. Just got this email today and I immediately Googled it. Sure enough it's a scam. They even spelled "kids live safe" wrong. I forwarded the email to spam@uce.gov (a government program dedicated to stopping crooks from scamming people through email). Also, while doing some research I found out that it's completely illegal for spam to be sent via text messages. I received one of these illegal texts so I immediately reported the text spam to my cell phone carrier by forwarding the message to 7726 (SPAM). I'm going to do this for every piece of illegal and crooked spam that comes my way. DON'T LET THEM WIN!

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