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online scammers trick

Online scammers trick

Seller   who uses stock or unrelated photos

Photos that bear no  resemblance  to item been sold.

 

The seller claims to be faraway

This is a template a lot of online scammers use. They tell you they live somewhere very far and often inaccessible. Sometimes outside your country. The idea is to:

  • If you’re the buyer, dampen any interest you might have in inspecting the item physically

The seller asks for a deposit

Just don’t. Don’t part with a single  penny  until you’ve seen the product and it is what you hoping to buy.

They offering ridiculously cheap prices

Greedy buyer  is  a scammmer’s best accomplice. If it is too good to be true in most cases it is a scam.

 

Beware of the Bank Verification Number (BVN) Scam

Avoid Scam emails purportedly sent from Banks, visit your bank physically.

 

Do NOT access your accounts from Public WIFi

Don’t access your bank account or via public network.

Use a strong password

Comprising of letter, numbers and special characters e.g “$%”@  etc

 

Stay safe on social networking sites

Don’t give away  our important information via fake competition  or FREEBIES.

Protect yourself from fraudulent emails

Don;’t open  suspicious email from your friends  – it might be phising. Some body pretending to be your friends

Always secure your mobile devices.

Make sure your mobile is passworded

Don’t shop online  if a site is not trusted

Your card details might be stolen

 

Never click a LINK not trusted

Even if it is sent by your mate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: | September 15, 2017

Posted on: 2017 September 15

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