Pedophile Alert Locally on December 14 2012‏

Holiday warning: child predators identified in your area.


Neighborhood Safety Warning
You are receiving this email because we have detected Sex Offender activity in your area. If you would like to know who they are, where they live and how you can protect your family from sexual predators please click here.
NOTE: the website you are about to access contains actual sex offender information. Please use extreme caution when utilizing this service. Learning the truth about who lives near your family can be shocking and disturbing. By proceeding you agree to utilize Kids Live Safe solely for informational purposes and to protect you children and loved ones.
I understand and want to proceed >>>

102 comments:

  1. I received the same email. Good thing is that Google put it straight in Spam folder. Good to know this is a scam. Thanks!

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    1. I also received this email and almost fell right into there web of lies. As would any mother of 2 beautiful little girls want to know whose who in their neighborhood, and for One Dollar! Awful to know there are people who are scamming and using that kind of Statement for there cover head, BS!

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    2. Same here!!! I get this email every few weeks and haven't had time to really check. So I was cleaning out email and ran across it, I was getting ready to put my info in and this little light bulb went off. I thought this maybe a Scam, so I Google and find this. Thank You so much for putting this up, Because I about got sucked right in. I have 2 kids and this stuff scares the crap out of me. Anyways thank ya'll again.

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    3. I just received that same email, and I thought it odd that I was receiving it since I'm a 22 year old male who lives alone. Anyway, the first thing I thought was "SCAM" and it turns out I was right. It's disgusting that someone would use something of that nature for a scam.

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    4. I live in St Petersburg Florida, there's a mobile home park 12 blocks away from me nothing but sex offenders and pedophiles , and only minutes away from two elementary schools, I just don't understand it concerned parent

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    5. I received this email many times also and never opened it. I just checked it out after seeing all of these comments. I was SHOCKED by how many sex offenders lived near my family. I cancelled my membership after spending the $1, but I did find the site to be helpful for what it's worth

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    6. I get this scam (Worded slightly differently) 4 to 10 times every single day (along with 40 to 200 others from simialr sites, ever since I answered a survey in 2009, over 200,000 to date. No anti virus seems to remove it. All the letters are directed at the USA market.
      Ironically, in my country collecting and/or distributing information about pedophiles is illegal. Their rights are protected by our stupid law, and you would be the criminal for reporting where they live.
      I wrote to Kids Live Safe, who claim to have removed me from their mail listings, but I still get as many scam mails.

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    7. Stupid law? Have you read the disclaimer on KLS's website? They admit themselves that their info is totally unreliable. So, just
      by mistake you might end up as a sex offender on their website yourself. Would you like that half your neighbourhood thinks you're a rapist or pedophile? See, that's why it's a good law.

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    8. I'm still trying to figure out why this is considered to be a scam if the info that they say is provided is in fact being provided. I have two small children and am concerned because they say there is someone VERY close that I should be concerned about and I am more than willing to pay a dollar for that info.

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    9. Uh, in the US the information is free. It is a scam if they are charging you for erroneous and free information...

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    10. It is not a scam if the service they provide makes it easier to get the free information. In addition, they offer a number of other tools to help protect children like Internet Filtering software. I will say that their ad relies on fear mongering.

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    11. You can get the information for free; you don't have to pay for it. It's through the state government (I think).

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  2. They may be associated with a site "consumercomplaints" which comes up as a dangerous site per Trend Mirco.

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  3. Thank-you for posting. I received this, and didn't open. Thank-you!!!![ February 17th, 2013 ] PEDOPHILE ALERT in your neighborhood
    From:
    Family Safety Alert
    Add to Contacts
    To: Patricia Dowling


    You are receiving this email because we have detected Sex Offender
    activity in your area. If you would like to know who they are, where they live
    and how you can protect your family from sexual predators click here.


    NOTE: the website you are about to access contains actual sex offender information.
    Please use extreme caution when utilizing this service. Learning the truth about who lives near
    your family can be shocking and disturbing. By proceeding you agree to utilize Kids Live Safe
    solely for informational purposes and to protect your children and loved ones.


    I Understand and want to proceed >>>

    Kids Live Safe 3905 State Street, Suite 7228 Santa Barbara, CA 93105

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    1. I got this same one today, Feb 25th, 2014, via my Gmail account, I figured it was a scam. PLEASE DON"T OPEN THESE, people! Don't unsubscribe! Simply move them to your SPAM folder....

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    2. I just got this today and almost fell for it and put my info in. Glad I woke up enough to think about checking it out first. I usually check before I give information to a company but kids hit a trigger.

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  4. the email address connected to the domain in the email is selenagreen352@yahoo.com.

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    1. They change return addresses (so as to avoid spam filters). I got one sent from contact@njkddesxc.zgraphs.net. Note: The njkddesxc.zgraphs.net domain name doesn't even exist, it's bogus. You can send an email from one place and have it appear to come from another.

      Also, they use images rather than text in the email, because spam filters can't read the text in the image--The filter only sees an image. And the image doesn't point directly to the website, but to a third party bounce site (again to fool spam filters), in my case: "https://ci3.googleusercontent.com/proxy/lGrrckEtlEJ4q6KyQkaJRqQ2bkEmKYcsKjdbW3_QQOPG4OaKoAKQBAF2u9a3sVNJiorJsS8oe7NXSeB9_yermRpChPveVIHPke-hKw=s0-d-e1-ft#http://email.1acm.net/9F07YvNu/wBZDJ_leg/kidslpim5.png". From what I gather from here and other sites regarding this scam, the text and, thus, the image is changed rather often (probably so spam filters don't see the same image file).

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  5. I have suddenly started getting a very similar email from several different email addresses. How do you stop them?

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    1. The thing to do is NEVER use your real email if possible when online or filling forms out on the high street etc when you`re asked for an email address...there are lots of disposable email sites that you can just use for this type of thing...I still get some but not many dodgy or spam emails now...funny enough I emailed the government and started getting spam emails again...makes you realise just who is selling this stuff.

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    2. Just click on the unsubscribe link in the email. By law they will have to stop sending you emails

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    3. NEVER click the unsubscribe link in a scam e-mail... "By law..." they were not allowed to send it to you in the first place.

      All you are doing is confirming that your e-mail address is used, raising its value in the spam e-mail list market.

      If in doubt, Google the first line to find something like this forum (for which, thank you to whoever started it).

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    4. Hey there. I got this e-mail too and its SPAM/SCAM and who knows what else. PLEASE listen to "Anonymous October 3, 2013 at 9:19am" because by clicking any link, even one that says "unsubscribe" may allow malware, a Trojan, a virus, a Keylogger, etc etc to enter ur computer. Just don't even open the e-mail and delete it for good. I just looked at the sender and subject line and knew right off not to open the email. So I deleted it but wondered if anyone else got it. When I did the search, tons of complaints against this user filled up my screen. Also, whatever this really is, I don't know why they would send it to me. I'm a 17yo dude with no family. Just to be safe, I'm gunna run my internet safety and cleaning programs. BTW, I'm NOT saying that the links in the e-mail are actually dangerous. I'm just going on basic common sense and what I've learned in my computer science courses. I wish all spam would just go away. *lol*.

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    5. My first tipoff that this might be spam is that they used the common tricks people use to avoid spam filters. The address from which it came was listed as pubLic-notificAtiOn:SeX*.OffeNders'
      Punctuation andcapittalization in odd places and using 0s in place of 1s with " "Public.N0TIfICATI0N:SEX0FFenders" above the picture. I did not click anything but when rolling the mouse of the links they are jump2.us/EOa7j, FOa7j and GOa7j, top to bottom respectively. This will go in the spam filters in the future. I would additionally note that the search engines had a hard time finding this site, I finally had to type in received email spam and the pubLic etc to get to here.

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  6. Just received email in my junk folder from this group. The email address on the msg is from: is@capturenshare.com

    I hope someone can find out what this is all about. I"m not opening link.

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  7. Ironically, AVG detected a threat on this page when I came to view the blog.

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    1. I have AVG too and it didn't do it to me...

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  8. Just received one today. Exactly same scam, philsing and looking for you to provide credit info. This information is free by Megan's Law.

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  9. What is wrong with these damn fools. They capitalize on every parents worse nightmare and that is for the safety of their children. Whoever put this type of scam out there, should be shot. And since that is also against the law, Im sure that God will sort them out. SHAME ON YOU. I wonder is they have children and what it would be like if something happened to their kids. And by the way folks you can find out this info for FREE.

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  10. A legitimate company ues correct spelling and proper punctuation, which is vital to their reputation. Scammers and phishers do not care. I just got the email and about 10 red flags went up! I would assume they not only want your money, they want to know if you are a parent with CHILDREN, which is what they are truly after. If you give them any information, they will know where you and your CHILDREN live! Don't give these nefarious people ANYTHING.

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  11. I've gotten this email 3 times in the past 3 weeks. It's stunning how low people will stoop.

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  12. It is not capitalizing on every parents worst nightmare. It is capitalizing on every child's worst nightmare: Their parents are idiots. God won't help you with the internet and you can't shoot everyone you don't like. Do you know what is a better defence than God and guns? Education.

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    1. People are just expressing their disgust with what is going on with this, I got the thing too, on my phone! It is our right as human beings and parents to vent when we see something wrong, and how we choose to deal with this bad news is up to each individual. Just like you and how you chose to respond.

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    2. I'll remember to start doing math problems when I'm being attacked. Thanks...

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  13. Google flagged this as a threat as did Cisco, if it quacks, its a duck. Do not open, do not give them any information and please report them to the BBB and to the feds.

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  14. Got one of these just a few hours ago. It gave an alert for my zip code. Figured I would check it out before taking any action. Thanks for the heads up.

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  15. This information IS vital but you can get it free from your State. I am on the Indiana site and not only can I look up my area (or work or kids school and see the offenders within a certain radius) they email me if some moves near us.

    Don't fall for these scams that ask for money...

    And please remember, while we are all afraid of these "strangers": your children are more likely to be molested by someone they know - sad but true.

    The Indiana site is http://www.indianasheriffs.org/sex_offender_registry.html

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  16. i recevied it 2 days ago the reverse look up give me these result:

    The source host name is "server22.myrealhost.com" and the source IP address is 66.135.49.52.
    Geo-Location Information

    Country United States
    State/Region TX
    City San Antonio
    Latitude 29.4889
    Longitude -98.3987
    Area Code 210
    Geo-Location Map


    the mail used is: Kids Live-Safe


    i will start make videos on youtube and speaking about government stalking and psychopath controllers. no matter what.

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  17. I just got this email too! I didn't put my credit card or bank info on there, then they started chatting with me which was all computized programed stuff to say. This information is free, so I knew something was wrong when they asked for credit card info. I have a five year old daughter and we are moving to a new neighborhood in few weeks so I almost fell for this scam!!! Terrible, and they have a place you can post to FB glad I didn't do that

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  18. newsletters@terravore.net via smtp.com


    This is the email address the one I got today.

    SCAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  19. Please note however, the organization Kids Live Safe is a legit group....the emails are spam, the organization is legit..

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    1. It's "legit" in the sense that it EXISTS. In every other way, it's a SCAM.

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  20. Just received the email and something about it stank. I never gave my email address any outlet that would provide this info. If it was so important (which it is) that I see the dirtbag's profile, why do I need to click on a link?

    Thanks for posting this for everyone!

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  21. Just received email:Dear Neighbor,Did you hear? There are registered child offenders in our neighborhood? The website shows you all the offenders that live nearby. You can do a quick search,It only takes a few seconds.Kids Live Safe.

    Did not click on any of the links, suspecting another scam.Glad I did a Search. Thanx for warning.

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  22. Just received 6 notifications from: kidslivesafe.net and i have never been to their site! How did they get my email address???????

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    1. You must be on a publishers emailing list and they keep sending you the Kids Live Safe offer because you haven't unsubscribed. Just go to the link.

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    2. Re: February 6, 2014 at 8:13 AM

      Unsubscribing just tells them yours is a live email address. They can then sell this to other spammers.

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  23. I received this in my normal email folder. Didn't know who they are and so I Googled the name which led me here. I was really worried as there are people who are sending actual child pornography through email. They may have a political agenda different than yours or be the police. The idea is to open the email, and once you do you can be considered as trafficking in this creepy stuff. Presumably what happens next is an anonymous tip goes to law enforcement that you are a pedophile. If anyone gets something like that, they should immediately notify authorities and delete any photos

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  24. Here is another .com name that is being used for this spam:

    From: Neighborhood Alert ??? Kids Live Safe [mailto:KidsLiveSafe@thoughtspacetechservices.com]
    Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 4:29 PM

    Subject: Notification of Pedophile Activity

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  25. I received an email too,thank GOD i did not fall for it,I was about to give them my personal information,But my intuitive/spiritual sub-conscious mind redirected me to search-out via Google search the to see if this web page for sex offenders was real ,Praise God,I give him the Glory,the Honor and the Power for allowing me to stay away from the clutches of the evil ones minions. Heres a link that where they ask you to give them your persona information
    https://signup.kidslivesafe.com/lp7/ordertb.aspx?v




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  26. Just received an email too...zsdfertyu@0e0c9d4b2c189d121f2cd9bf08677d2f.sdikdfndj.cffsdteyt.net on behalf of NeighborhoodAlert-KidsLiveSafe (dfdfddf@vret.dially.net) Notification of Pedophile Activity‏

    NeighborhoodAlert-KidsLiveSafe (NeighborhoodAlert-KidsLiveSafe)12:09 AM

    Urgent Pedophile Alert

    That was what I could see on the email, I did not open it!! Something has to be done for people to start being sent the SCAM/SPAM Stuff day in and day out!!!!

    I am so tired of it all!!

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  27. Received mine today and the email was from deepgaming@deepgaming.net. TOTALLY knew it had to be a scam, so I checked and sure enough. Thanks for posting. It looks like it has been around for a while

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  28. This was just sent to me also!! copied and paste


    NeighborhoodChild PredatorAlertIn YourArea
    Inbox
    x


    Kids Live Safe newsletters@terravore.net via smtp.com
    Sep 3 (1 day ago)

    to me

    Kids Live Safe

    Dear Neighbor,

    Did you hear? There are registered child offenders in our neighborhood?

    The website shows you all the offenders that live nearby.
    You can do a quick search,It only takes a few seconds.
    Kids Live Safe.
    Not only can you see who they are and where they live, you also get email alerts when a newsexoffender moves close to your home. This website is great. It also has a bunch of tools to help keep our kids safe.

    Search your neighborhood.

    Check it out.






    Offer optout: Remove me

    Address:KidsLive Safe3905 State St,Suite 7-228Santa Barbara, CA 93105

    visit us uns.

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  29. I actually went to there site. Apparently there are over 200 pedophiles in my zip code alone. Even 3 or 4 within 2 miles of my own house. Sounds like BS scaremongering so you'll pay them money for their "services". I know a scam when I see one.

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  30. Glad I researched this before entering my address. They almost got me because I AM affiliated with a legit free site that sends me notices of new offenders moving into my neighborhood and thought this was them at first. However, it didn't look right. Thanks for this post allowing me to research first!

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  31. Smh. I just got the email today and decided to look up the name instead of opening it. I can't believe this has been posted since December 2012 and is still gaining posts.

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  32. i just recieved one today from KIDS LIVE SAFE. I went to it on my phone but couldnt fill in the fields so i got on my laptop and went to google the site and saw your page. Im glad i came here first. Thanks for the info

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  33. I just got one of these today. Of course when I hovered the mouse on top of the sender name, I got a garbled web address, so I knew something was fishy. Then I decided to do a search to make sure, and that's how I cam across this.

    But that's something you can do too with an e-mail, hover the mouse cursor over the subject name or the sender name and see what kind of address comes up, and if you see a bunch of symbols and stuff, then it's definitely a scam!

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  34. Damn I have two teenage daughters and almost bit on it to !!! They should be shot !

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  35. Now the spams are being sent by the spammer "Wise Choice Media" ("cooplabs"), along with all the Dr. Oz crap they spamvertise. One recent source IP for the spams was 124.70.38.223, in Red China, where they ignore spam reports. Cooplabs' sites have stupid disposable domain names like "selectevents.net," and are hosted on Hurricane Electric, which also ignores spam reports. Your state can provide free information about sex offenders; you don't need to buy it from anyone who uses spam for advertising.

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  36. Thanks for putting this up. I just got this too and decided to check it out before clicking on it. Spammers are such slimebags.

    Anyone really interested in seeing who's in their neighborhood, http://familywatchdog.us/ is free.

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  37. How can be sure that are Pedophile?? May be it is a revange of someone no?? I ask that to myself cause anyone can, by revange write an Email only to cause trouble... How could be sure that is true.

    Thanks for your answer

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  38. Thanks so much for this warning. I keep getting emails and since I am registered to receive warnings from certain sites, I couldn't remember if this was one of them. I googled this, Kids Live Safe Family Protection Services, and your warning came up. Greatly appreciated.

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  39. I just received this email and I did what Casey Harris did: went straight to Google to verify if this was real or not. It is a scam and I have deleted the email.

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  40. I just received one today, its really disgusting that people will even use these comments as an attempt to access your account.

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  41. Got one of these December 18, 2013, so obviously they're still in business a year later.Yahoo sent it where it belonged, right to the spam folder too...

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  42. Sickening someone would use this topic to scan someone. Hopefully someone find and shoots them one day. There's a lot that's tolerable, but leave kids out of it.

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  43. Got the same email today from:
    Sex_Offender_Alert
    didn't open it

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  44. Just got that email. Thank you so much for this site!

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  45. I got one of those a few hours ago. I DID NOT click the link.

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  46. If you google "kids live safe" and go direct to the website this email is promoting it's one of those sign up for a subscription scams that are hard to cancel. So even if the email is legit the website is scammy.

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  47. 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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  48. I recently received that Child predator alert-E-Mail. I live in Germany and have no kids. It's illegal here to post names of offenders in the Internet. So I knew, it must be spam or fraud. It's really sick to scare parents on a way like that. Anyway, I was curious and clicked the link. Luckily the site didn't open.

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  49. Don't be duped by this garbage, it's a ploy to pilfer money from you by using scare tactics. A visit with the local police and various websites can provide more accurate details than this KidsLiveSafe crap does free of cost. I get a kick out of the addresses these messages come from. Why car dealerships, interior design companies, holiday gift guides, and investment organizations would be sending these is beside me. Makes me feel safe to know these businesses have such an interest in our young people's safety that they're looking into sexual offenders' locations for the public. KidsLiveSafe is a dirty business that deserves to be shut down.

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  50. So far, I've received this notice from betterlifeins.com and definecatalogueclassify.com. I'm sure they're really sending it. Look up KidsLiveSafe address at 3905 State St. Suite 7-228 as listed in message. I see Peet's Coffee and Tea and Relax In the Back Santa Barbara, but no KidsLiveSafe. All the more reason to believe this junk.

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  51. Very poor taste and really, and what would knowing this help you do anyway.

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  52. I just received this also. I decided to Google sexual predator email alerts and this site came up. I'm glad I decided to do this. Good to know it's a scam but this is terrible. These predators belong in prison.

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  53. Recycled info that comes with a membership fee to view. This information is free of charge to see if you know where to look. KidsLiveSafe is a worthless site that'll cost much more than it's actually worth, not to mention all the more spam your address will be sent in for. While their intention is good on protecting kids, the subscribers are really the ones who aren't safe from all the hazards this site leaves you susceptible to.

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  54. Do not try to unsubscribe to the email alerts as I tried and it would NEVER accept the request or show that my request had begun processing. It just did nothing. Which sadly I have now gone to the website!

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  55. If these laws actually worked then new sex offenders would not be added to the "hit list" everyday! As for knowing who lives near you, do not worry about it because chances are the real threat lives with you! One last thing, if you are that paranoid and stupid to believe that our kids are protected by our government then you need to ask yourself "Who puts the guns in our kids' hands?"

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    1. Their parents? No, wait, their friends? Their big brother/sister? Tell me! Smith & Wesson? Wait - the nazis, yeah, it's always the nazis, gosh I hate those fuckers.

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    2. To whom it may concern, we’re not sure exactly what you are saying here but we wanted to inform you of some of our benefits. Our product offers many tools and benefits to protect families that goes well beyond just providing sex offender data that is available on the internet for free. From email alerts when new offenders enter a designated “protection zone” to emergency response profiles that help locate children in case of an emergency to online protection, we offer lots of options for protection.
      We take the safety of our member’s families very seriously and
      if you have any questions feel free to email our helpful member support team at
      support@kidslivesafe.com or contact us directly at 1-800-301-5905.
      The Kids Live Safe Support Team
      "Protect What Matters Most"

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    3. To whom it may concern, unfortunately laws don’t stop all problems, and this is certainly a case where that is true. Being informed about threats and risks around your loved ones (sex offender data) is one step to try to avoid a major issue for your family. We agree with you that shockingly many of the real issues are at home with family or extended family and parents or loved ones need to be on the look out for strange behavior. Our product offers many tools and benefits to protect families that goes well beyond just providing sex offender data that is available on the internet for free. From email alerts when new offenders enter a designated “protection zone” to emergency response profiles that help locate children in case of an emergency to online protection, we offer lots of options for protection.
      We take the safety of our member’s families very seriously and
      if you have any questions feel free to email our helpful member support team at
      support@kidslivesafe.com or contact us directly at 1-800-301-5905.
      The Kids Live Safe Support Team
      "Protect What Matters Most

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    4. Shar, Dude, If you are for real; there are "threats" in every neighborhood. You have no right to tell people your stupid POS website is necessary to prevent them. Although, if they are stupid enough to believe that shit, maybe they deserve to be scammed. Whatever.

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  56. As I write this, there is a tab on my browser, that if clicked on will take you to an open email on my computer. It is from kids live safe and is a Sex Offender Search Engine. I opened it about five minuets ago and was cautiously reading the page. Then I saw an input window and they wanted me to use it to give them my email address. Hmmmm If they emailed this letter to me, why do they need my email address? surly they already have it right? Something about that just stunk like a skunk. So, I opened another tab to search google about them and found this page.

    You know what I'm doing next? Im going back to that other tab, close the email down, and report it as spam.

    Thanks guys
    Bill

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    1. Dear Bill, the emails that you describe receiving are from the Publisher relationship that you had prior to receiving our offer, they have nothing to do with our company. With that said, all you have to do is unsubscribe from the link on the email and you will stop receiving emails (it’s the law for Publishers to adhere to these rules). We sincerely hope that your issue has been resolved.
      The Kids Live Safe Support Team
      "Protect What Matters Most"

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    2. Dear Shar (of "The Kids Live Safe Support Team"), Bill posted in April, you took until October to respond (rather slow "support" time!). Your company is a scam. Clicking unsubscribe just says to spammers like you that we have a live email, so you can subject us to more spam.

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    3. Shar, if legit, you would not be posting with a non-account, but rather attempting to use legit profiles to respond to sites like these, from a professional account and explain bla bla reasons for this annoying spam. You aren't doing that. Also, is Shar even a real name. Are you just a bored Nigerian, or what?

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  57. So our tax money sucking government officials. It should be your job to eliminate such online criminals who are praying on unsuspected parents try to protect their children. 1) If such list is lawfully public, the respective government officials should investigate and prosecute the owner of the email sent to these people profiting from the public info illegally without pointing out the free source. 2) If such info isn't public, same as above, and in addition these email senders violating laws selling private information across states, which squarely put in the jurisdiction of DOJ.

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    1. So our tax money sucking government officials. It should be your job to eliminate such online criminals who are praying on unsuspected parents try to protect their children.

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  58. I put in my zip code, and then did some research....CALL DA FEDS MAN

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  59. I just recieved Sexual Predator Alert in my neighborhood. Looked like they were anxious for me to open it, I didn't bc it seemed suspicious, I never signed up for alerts.

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  60. Thank you for posting this! I was a little skeptical when they wanted my address so I stopped and decided to check it out first. You saved me but it was close! :)

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  61. Shiver MetimbersJune 17, 2014 at 2:05 AM

    I haven't received any of these bogus notifications as of late, I wonder what happened? There for a while, I was getting several on a daily basis. Look closely at the messages and something looks fishy. Unless you're foolish enough to subscribe to this site, it's impossible for KLS to know if, as the emails say, offender activity is actually going on in the receiver's area. Furthermore, if this place's best interest was truly protecting our youth, there wouldn't be a subscription rate. It stays afloat by tricking people with mass hysteria.

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  62. I just got this scary email for the first time 8 JUL 2014. So rest easy, the scam is still alive. Mine linked to something called Kids Live Safe. I fed it a Taiwan zipcode [plus an email from 10-minute mail] and it generated what looked like dozens of hits, but they were all miles away. And the risk factor never finished loading. What a disappointment. I fed it a zip from Ohio and it did a lot better. Many hits right close by and HIGH risk factor. Tried a third zipcode from a sparsely settled section of Nevada. It got one hit, nine miles away. But it had trouble with the risk factor. Maybe the guy (or gal) has had trouble getting out lately. Anyway, all the best to him (or her). All the best to Kids Live Safe too. May they get everything they deserve.

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    1. To whom it may concern, we’re not really sure what you are saying here. Our signup process is extremely clear and asks for $1 for a 7 day trial to enable members to review the product before being charged further for our monthly protection services. Our product offers many tools and benefits to protect families that goes well beyond just providing sex offender data that is available on the internet for free. From email alerts when new offenders enter a designated “protection zone” to emergency response profiles that help locate children in case of an emergency to online protection, we offer lots of options for protection.
      We take the safety of our member’s families very seriously and
      if you have any questions feel free to email our helpful member support team at
      support@kidslivesafe.com or contact us directly at 1-800-301-5905.
      The Kids Live Safe Support Team
      "Protect What Matters Most"

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    2. Shar: From your company's terms of use policy (https://signup.kidslivesafe.com/exp/terms.htm Note: link buried several pages into the sign-up process):

      {{
      CANCELLATION POLICY:

      You understand that to cancel Your subscription you must either email us at support@kidslivesafe.com or call our member support department by calling 1-800-301-5905. Once you have confirmed your desire to cancel, Your account is immediately canceled and You will receive a cancellation confirmation email. If You do not receive a cancellation confirmation email, Your account was not canceled.
      }}

      So, basically, we sign-up, try to cancel during the 7 day period, then "If You do not receive a cancellation confirmation email, Your account was not canceled."

      So, all you have to do to hook people in to the $29.97/month automatic fee, (after the 7 days), is just don't respond to their email!!! Definitely a scam!

      The phone number is probably one where the caller is deliberately left on hold for long periods (in hopes they will hang up in frustration). And probably to a foreign call center (I notice the time-stamp on this and other posts you made show they were made during what is well past midnight in most of the United States).

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  63. How gullible has someone to be to fall for this crap?

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    1. While a computer and technologically savvy person is likely able to see this manure is a scam, those who are not will play into the scammer's trap set by scaring the receiver. If not for the gullible, scammers wouldn't exist. KidsLiveSafe uses a haunting concern to concern to parents to trick people into subscribing to a crooked, dishonest site whose intent is for profit, rather than inform.

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  64. For me the biggest red flag is this company's physical location. Santa Barbara is the capitol if antipedophile scams. They have more registered juvenile sex offenders & "profesional pervhunters" than anywhere else in the country. If you remeber the Santic Panic started in that area...

    If you're concerned, got to your local sherrifs website. It will have a link to your states regestry. Better yet teach your kids how to be safe, and pay attention. The odds are that if they are victimized it will be by someone you both know and trust.

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  65. Absolutely disgusted with the lengths these people go to! Thanks for the info - Samantha, Devon, UK

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