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Common Web Spam
There are many types of spam on the internet and we have done our best to cover as many as possible on this website in the Wiki section, however here are a few additional resources to protect you on the internet:
Pharmacy websites are an essential area to ensure safety, the resources below provide great information about how to stay safe online:
- https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/pharmacies/dangers-of-buying-medicines-online/ – NHS official guidance
- https://www.pharmacy2u.co.uk/pharmacy – Official NHS online prescription service
Online casinos are another source of spam and scams, the resources below provide information and lists of reputable online casinos in different languages:
- https://www.21.co.uk/avoiding-scams-at-online-casinos (English)
- https://deutscheonlinecasino.de/ (German)
- https://casino-en-ligne-canada.ca/ (French)