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{November 12, 2015}   “Let’s Talk Scams”and how you can find way’s to avoid them”Part/1

We are going to start with good old Facebook the perfect place for a stranger to hook up with a plan of attack to attach themselves to all of your details and more(1)by asking for your friendship—-never accept a stranger unless they are part of a group of friends or business online where you can verify their status otherwise you can become open for punishment.

We are all vulnerable to predators given that in general, our nature is that of a friendly person and unfortunately, we show that trust in return only to find that circumstances turn out to be not just an experience but often harmful to us.

Both Facebook and Skype are 2 of the most vulnerable places where people can come onto your site so easily and use fake identities to encourage your reading I have in fact uninstalled Skype and now never use it and think it is the biggest con place of all with your google account also often jeopardized with fake pictures of army people wanting to get to know you the aim is that you should feel sorry for where they are and that they have to fight in other countries of course I block them all anyone who writes a blog for instance just like myself who normally use every avenue of media to advertise what I am writing about is opened to predators only if you let them——all of my material is from true stories of experiences and I am very tired of reading where the next person has fallen for fake identity and have lost their life savings so it’s back to Facebook—–

Fake identity is made up of fake name profile pictures with the background of fake picture settings and so when the fake predator deletes their profile after taking your money all the surroundings in that picture of the profile becomes dis-taught and the images change because it has been added to the fake picture they also can use for instance a phone number in America, but they are not actually in America or from America more often Nigeria please feel entertained by my story of which has a good outcome—–

My own (real)profile say’s that I am single and that I have no children only pet’s and I have my home where men looking to scam a person become very attracted to my details for all of those reasons and always use the line your eyes are simply gorgeous and you look so pretty thus providing their phone number that is my first point of shutting them down or in one instant wanting to see what they will do next —– This is where you come in—– for 3 months I moved conversations back and forth with a male from Facebook who wanted me to look after his little daughter and that he had fallen in love with me through a computer (Yeah Right) even though I said no thanks if I wanted children I could have had many of my own he still insisted I want you to look after my little girl and boasted with pictures in the background of how he owned everything and was very rich as an engineer and that he was going to another country to buy equipment for his work and then fly to Australia to meet up with me (Yeah Right) he even sent me photocopies of receipts for bought and paid expensive equipment to use for his next project alarm bells rang once again why would he need to send me anything when he was supposedly coming to Australia just around the corner (Yeah Right )What a dumb ass then the dumb ass just get’s louder I can’t get out of the country after buying the equipment because the tax department said I owe them more tax on the equipment and unless I pay it they will not allow me to board a plane and my daughter and I are starving because we have no money for food and I cannot access my money because my bank account is with an American bank and they don’t have one in this country (Malaysia) so he wanted me to send him five and a half thousand dollars (more alarm bells) and when I had sent no money he then sent me his details to transfer $10,000- from his account over to mine(where he needed my banking details to do so) Yeah Right)Wrong—- and even sent a fake copy for paid airline tickets bound for Australia for him and his daughter with 2 vital parts of information missing such lack of intelligence when I told him he was a fake scammer he responded exactly the same way that thieves do in that they believe they have the right to take what belongs to others.

Another common scam are, the emails sent to your computer telling you a relative has died leaving millions and that they want your banking details to offload some of their money because they don’t want anyone else to know designed to make you feel very important and lucky of course the object of the game is to gain your banking and personal details in the reverse to take any money you have.(Never send them any money and never open these emails simply delete them)

The strongest message here is that never—-never send money to strangers no matter how urgent or desperate their story sounds and that these stories are not restricted to just overseas but in fact also right her in Australia—— Enjoy your day part 2 will be covering business scams online where I have collected 7 years of data you could say a truckload meanwhile if you want to keep up with the latest online scams free subscription then go to http://www.ethanvanderbuilt.com this guy is very straight forward and talks no bull.



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Karla Ingram

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