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News: Fake Keys Left a Woman Homeless & Out Hundreds—Even Though Her Craigslist Scammer Had a Change of Heart

It was a cold January evening when 57-year-old Fran Orientale stood outside the door of a Staten Island apartment that would soon be her new home. She couldn't believe she was really moving out of the place she had lived for the last 15 years, where she had raised her children and made so many happy memories, but her excitement about this new spot—a well-maintained condo in a nice area that she had found through Craigslist—helped soften her wistfulness.

How To: 5 Must-Know Tips for Not Getting Scammed on Craigslist When Buying or Selling

Craigslist is probably the greatest site ever created, and I'm just talking about it's classified section, both awesome and amazingly creepy. Seriously, spend 20 minutes scrolling through the personals and you'll never want to take your eyes off the screen. But I digress—Craigslist is also one of the most convenient places to buy and sell pretty much anything you can think of. I've used it to buy my bed, my old bike (which was stolen!), and my couch. And while Craigslist is great in many ways...

How To: Sell your car on Craigslist

This six minute video shows you how to sell your car on craigslist. First, go to craigslist.com and click on the nearest city (or country). Follow the links to list an ad for a car for sale. You will want to put the kind of car in the posting title because that is used in sorting search results. In the posting description it is important to be as specific as possible - again describing the car, giving some history of the car like if it has ever been in an accident and if you have had any work...

How To: Scrape Craigslist for emails

Sometimes searching Craigslist can be a real hassle if you're looking for something specific. You really have to sort your way through all the clutter in order to find whta you're looking for. If you are looking for email addresses of people who might fit your target market, you can scrape Criaglist for emails. This video will show you how.

How To: Use Craigslist to sell or rent your home

If you're looking to find a way to advertsie the sale or rent availability of your home, this video may be for you. In this tutorial, you'll be taught important steps to using Craigslist as your one source for attracting potential home buyers or tendants to your property. It's easy to use, but does come with unwritten rules attached. So sit back and pay attention. Enjoy!

How To: Use Craigslist to buy or sell items

Since the introduction of Craigslist, people have been introduced to an easy way of advertising services, posting jobs, and even bringing attention to local events. But this tutorial will focus on how to buy and sell items using the popular website. It's easy to do and take little to no time at all. So sit back and enjoy!

How To: Use Craigslist Reader

Craigslist is one of the most common and relied upon resources for a variety of searches on the internet. You can find pretty much anything on Craigslist, but you can only look in one city at a time. Wouldn't it be great if you could search every city on Craigslist at the same time. Craigslist Reader enables you to search all of Craigslist. This video will show you how to use it. Use Craigslist Reader.

How To: Search for local yardsales online

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to search for local yard sales online. Stacy, in this butterscotch tutorial, takes you through a site called Yard Sale Treasure Map. This site uses Craigslist for finding the yard sales and it places them on maps for you to find you way to them. First you type in your starting address, say, Cincinnati, OH. Then you adjust the search radius of the distance you want to drive and the day of your choice. Click ‘search’ and the map ...

How To: Get free stuff

There is a web site that you can go to and get stuff that is absolutely free from anywhere in the world. The web site is called www.craigslist.org and the first thing you do is choose your country and your state. Kipkay demonstrates.

How To: Planning on Buying an iPhone 5? Here's How to Get the Most Money for Your Old iPhone 4 or 4S

Apple is notoriously cryptic when it comes to the reveals of its new products, and as usual, they've kept us guessing about the release of the iPhone 5 (or "New iPhone?"). It's expected to be officially revealed on September 12, and rumor has it that sales will begin on the 21st. Though the whole world seems to be anxiously awaiting the announcement, there has also been some controversy surrounding the iPhone 5's production. With the high number of suicides and poor working conditions at Foxc...

How To: Spot a Counterfeit iPhone or Android Smartphone

Cheap Chinese knockoffs have been around for ages, but recently, skyrocketing demand has led to a massive influx of counterfeit smartphones. Sellers on Craigslist seem to have no trouble getting ahold of these fake devices, then passing them off as the real deal and turning a solid profit before vanishing into thin air. This type of scam tends to happen even more frequently after Apple launches a new iPhone or Samsung debuts a new Galaxy.

How To: Use Your iPhone to Sell Unwanted Gadgets Without Ever Leaving Your Home

If you want to sell all of the old electronics lying around your home, it takes a lot of work. If you go the eBay route, you have to take tons of pictures, describe it accurately, wait for a week until someone bids on it (or not), then package it, ship it, and wait for feedback. Craigslist is a little bit easier, but usually requires you driving somewhere to meet the buyer in a public place (if you want to play it safe).

How To: 12 April Fool's Day Pranks for Your Smartphone-Addicted Family & Friends

April Fool's Day, aka National Screw with Your Friends Day, is finally here. You can always pull a conventional prank, like strategically placing a whoopee cushion on your mom's chair, but that joke has been exhausted generations before smartphones were around. We live in a day and age where smack cam is the new level of pranking, so it's time to step your game up, novices.

How To: Use a Virtual Burner Phone to Protect Your Identity & Security

Every time you make a call or send a text, you're giving the recipient your phone number. This can be quite the security vulnerability, opening yourself up to scammers, spammers, and the feds. In this how-to, we'll look at what a burner phone is, why you might want one, and how to get started using a free second phone number on your regular smartphone.

How To: Burner Protects Your Real Phone Number with Disposable Aliases on Your iPhone

There are tons of situations that require you to give out your phone number, and I think just about everyone has regretted doing so at some point. It can be incredibly convenient to have a secondary or temporary number on hand, so if you don't want to provide your real digits, you can still get the call without revealing your true numbers. And that's where Burner comes in. Burner is a mobile app for iPhone and Android that lets you create alias phone numbers that you can take out of service a...

How To: Add Additional Emails to FaceTime & Messages in iOS 11

Using either iMessages or FaceTime on the iPhone is a great alternative for coworkers to stay in touch in the event that messaging services like Slack go down. They're also a handy means of communicating between buyers and sellers, as it provides a more intimate way of either checking out or showcasing a product. But you're not always going to want to give out your real number to everyone.

Spraffl: A New Location-Based Social Network That's Completely Anonymous

The long standing popularity of 4chan has been due to the entirely anonymous setup. The site's anonymous community and culture has provoked media attention, in turn inciting larger audiences. On the other side of the spectrum is Facebook—popular for its connectivity and easily identifiable names. With the brush of keyboard stroke, you can be connected with your entire high school class in a matter of seconds.

How To: Stop Your iPhone Photos from Broadcasting Your Location to Others

Every photo you take is brimming with metadata such as iPhone model, date and time, shooting modes, focal length, shutter speed, flash use, and geolocation information. Share these pictures with friends, family, or acquaintances via texts, emails, or another direct share method, and you unwittingly share your location data. Even sharing via apps and social media sites can compromise your privacy.

How To: Buy Used Phones Without Getting Screwed

I've seen my fair share of heartbreaks when it comes to used phones. As a repair tech, I often had to try and help out customers who bought used handsets which turned out to be useless, either because it was stolen or not working on their carrier's network. More often than not, there was very little I could do. To help you from being stuck in the same situation, here are some tips to prevent you from getting scammed out of your hard earned money when buying a used handset.

How To: Use 'Sign in with Apple' on iOS 13 for Better Security & Privacy

We've all seen the login pages that allow you to log in to third-party accounts using your credentials from Facebook, Google, or Twitter. It saves you the trouble of creating another account and remembering more passwords — but it can also become a privacy and security issue, which is why Apple created the "Sign in with Apple" feature for iOS 13.

News: 10 Things Android Users Hate About iPhones

I'm an Android user. Over the course of the past seven years, I've owned ten different smartphones—all of them powered by Android. This isn't due to some blind trust in Google or some unfounded hate for Apple, either, because I've always made sure to get my hands on each iPhone iteration along the way to see what it had to offer.

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