Paul Kcy
map-marker Ann Arbor, Michigan

Shady Liar and Fake News Site from Get Out of Debt Steve Rhodes

Beware Steve Rhodes uses illegal Cookie Stuffing Methods on his website: While there are hundreds of negative complaints and ripoff reports posted about Steve Rhodes who may be the shadiest man on the internet. He runs a fake financial news website focused on the debt industry and is in bed taking payments from to have positive reviews about them while focusing on posting negative reviews all the time about competitors. He is almost as bad as and has been posting fake news articles on ruining what Ariana Huffington has built up. Paul J. Paquin said it best about his scammy ways: Steve Rhode, the man who calls himself the "Get Out Of Debt Guy", can he be using Cookies to setup traps and follow you around for the rest of your life, for the purpose of re-marketing and soliciting ads to you? Yes he can be! And you need to know of the potential danger involved with this! Most people have no idea that they potentially are being looked at during every move they make online! You have to be careful what sites you visit when cruising around online, it's a dangerous world! 3rd party advertising and tracking firms such as on Steve Rhode's website, are ubiquitous on the modern web. When you visit Steve Rhode's website at (GetOutOfDebt dot org), there's a good chance that it contains tiny images or invisible JavaScript that exists for the sole purpose of tracking and recording your browsing habits. This isn't always a bad thing, but when used by scammers it can be used viciously, illegally and solely for the purpose of obtaining money. Do you think Steve Rhodes, the "Get Out of Debt Guy" really helps people for free?? Well, rethink if you think he is really all about helping people to get out of debt, for free! He may see every move you make online, after only visiting his website ONE TIME! Yes scary! That is what the usage of cookies can offer to scam artistes! And I don't mean cookies that you eat! What are web cookies and how can they enable scammers? According to Google: "Cookie A small file saved on people's computers to help store preferences and other information that's used on webpages that they visit. Cookies can save people's settings on certain websites and can sometimes be used to track how visitors get to and interact with websites." Firstly, the man who filed bankruptcy himself, attempts to perceive himself as a debt relief advocate/genius! (AKA: the Get Out of Debt Guy who helps people for FREE, NOT!!!) Steve Rhodes talks about how debt settlement is the worst type of debt relief service that folks can turn to, but he then advertises debt settlement on his site, and could be selling your information as a lead! That's right, misleading you to his site, and selling your information over and over again, possibly for the rest of your life, his ads will pop up in front of you, thanks to Cookies. Have you ever looked to buy something online, and then all of the sudden you started seeing ads everywhere you go trying to intrigue you to click on them, even inside your gmail inbox? This is not coincidental, it's due to Cookies and tracking mechanisms that attached to you after visiting certain websites.
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Have worked with this guy and he is using shady online tactics

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