Be Careful of FB Spammers and Twitter Spammers. There are so many spammers and spam out there and it’s sometimes hard to know when to spot it.
We have to be so careful of all this spam that goes on all over the place. We’re in this day and age of the internet. I think it’s been since possibly 1986 when it started to become fully blown, but I didn’t know until today that the internet actually started way back in 1969. That was interesting. So I was pretty much one year old when the internet began to exist.
And just born when 911 began in 1968.
How can you tell when you are being spammed? Sometimes it’s easy to tell and other times it’s hard. Usually spammers like to attack the elderly as they sometimes get sucked into something and don’t know it until it is too late.
We get spammed by companies. I did last year with a company called Trustsofts. It’s a spam company who sells you the Adobe software products at a much cheaper price than from a valid Adobe seller. When you find out the serial number doesn’t work and you start to complain and they don’t respond to you, don’t bother to give you a refund, then you realize you’ve been spammed. I finally came to a website where you could report them and there they were recognized for being spam. Too late and good money down the drain.
Myspace men and women can very often be spammers. I discovered this one last year during wintertime when I started chatting with them long before I began to date local guys from the Dating sites. Each and every one will eventually give you some cockamany sob story about how they need money, can you please help? Don’t do it.
None of them are going to actually come to meet you as they are operating from the third world or sitting somewhere at a desk, twenty four seven trying to get poor unsuspecting people.
Now, here’s what’s been happening to me on FB and Twitter. It’s spam, but at first I wasn’t sure what to think.
Here are some signs that you know you are being spammed there:
Someone will directly message you or put something innapropriate on your timeline and it will usually be like this:
ha ha ha I’m laughing so hard at this pic of you! then a link to what they saw.
Didn’t you see them taping you? link to what they saw
I can’t believe you did that, ha ha ha so embarrassing, it’s all over facebook link to what they saw
someone is saying nasty rumors about you link to what they saw
I can’t believe what this person said about you link to what they saw
You get the idea. At first you get curious and want to know what it is. Then, if you’re like me, you are wondering if something that you shared that was private suddenly got spread on the internet. Boy was I gullible.
Here’s the thing. It’s spam, as every single time you go to check out these links to see what they are talking about, it brings you to a warning page, that it could contain a virus.
My fb friend told me that FB account