Scam Alert

Best way to avoid Twitter scams? Don’t use it.

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People don’t seem to remember that the “www” means WORLD wide web. If they feel that they are savvy enough to use social media to hurt a company…you’d figure that they would be aware of scammers. If they aren’t, it will be a good learning experience.

People have so many of their online accounts that are wide open to the WORLD. Ordinarily, I have some sympathy for victims of scams. posting a complaint on a wide open social media account, they I lose a lot of that sympathy.

This is also a major problem on Facebook. One of the biggest signs of a scam on Facebook is when someone posts in a group about something that has nothing to do with its topic and asks people to send them a private message so they can tell them more about their post.

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