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The Fireball Run, Sedalia Oct 3rd and 4th
I-Land Internet Services is a proud sponsor of the Fireball Run event. Teams will be arriving in Sedalia on Friday October 3rd. Come downtown and be a part of the event. Vote NOW for the Sedalia Trailblazers, team 68, Ron Ditzfeld & Rick Yeager both long time residents of Sedalia will be driving a 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, ZL1 Motor 580 H.P. 6 Liter 6 Speed Manual Convertible. Vote it up
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Online Bill Pay Now Available!

You can now pay your I-Land bill online!  Your online account is already set up for you.  Just click the I-Pay tab on the navigation bar found at the top of I-Land's main page or you may also find it at the top of the I-land webmail login page. Simply log in using the same username and password that you use for your I-Land e-mail account.

Donít know the username and password for your I-Land e-mail account?  Call our sales & customer service department at 800-526-8302 and they will be happy to help you.

Any Connection Promotion
Is the economy getting you down? I-Land understands, that's why we are offering 1 month of free service, just for signing up. Sign up for any connection we offer and get a free month of service. Refer a friend and when they sign-up get another month free. You control how much you save, keep referring, keep saving! Call 1-800-526-8302 for more details. Some requirements apply
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Microsoft Tech Support Scam Calls
We're issuing this Threat Alert due to a recent uptick in Microsoft Tech Support Scam Calls. Customers are reporting they received a call from Microsoft claiming either something on their computer is broken or that someone has been trying to break into their computer. The scammer then remotes into their machine and produces fake evidence to convince the victim that the computer is infected with malware or compromised by a hacker.


Do not be fooled!!


First, Microsoft or its partners will never call customers and charge you for computer repairs. Cybercriminals who call you claiming to be Microsoft Tech Support attempt to gain access to your computer so they can trick you into installing malicious software that captures sensitive data like your banking information. They try to take control of your computer remotely, request credit card information so they can bill you for phony services, or direct you to fraudulent web sites where you enter personal and financial information. They often claim to be from these organizations: Windows Helpdesk, Windows Service Center, Microsoft Tech Support, Microsoft Support, Windows Technical Department Support Group, Microsoft Research and Development Team (Microsoft R & D Team) or another similar aliases.


We encourage you to notify your friends and family of this risk and encourage them to take the following steps to avoid Microsoft Tech Support phone scams:


1. Do not trust unsolicited calls. Do not provide any personal information.


2. Do not purchase any software or services. Never provide your credit card or financial information to someone claiming to be from Microsoft Tech Support.


3. Ask if there is a fee or subscription associated with the "service." If there is, hang up.


4. Never give control of your computer to a third party unless you can confirm that it is a legitimate representative of a computer support  team with whom you are already a customer.


5. Take the callers information down and immediately report it to your local authorities.
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