example

tiny.cc/subscribe-2-lf has some public access restrictions...
So sorry, but you aren't allowed to visit that page.

Before You Click...or Before You Enter Any Personal Info

Malicious websites might look identical to a legitimate site to fool you into revealing passwords, personal or financial information. The trick usually relies on a variation in spelling or in using a slightly different domain, so pay close attention to the website URLs of all questionable pages.

Safetly first - a simple click, in some situations can be a spyware trap. Be aware of:
Pop-ups (even closing them can be dangerous).
Clickable graphics.
Deceptive links.