The scammer wants you to believe that you have to re-post a message they send you in order to protect your privacy. For example, posting a message forbidding Facebook to share your content does nothing. It is a scam.
The scammer wants to lure you to Fake Accounts where they can get more information about you or access your finances.
The scammer wants to you think that the coupons and contests are real, but you’ll find you have to put your financial information in before you get your “Big” prize. if it looks too good to be true, it is. They really want your financial information.
The Scammer wants you to take quizzes and trivia so they can have a better chance of guessing your passwords or the answers to security questions.
The scammer wants you to think the request you got from them on Facebook Messenger is real but is a trick to get you to send money to the scammer.
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Posting a message forbidding Facebook to share your content does nothing. It is a scam.
If I get an e-mail threatening to take me to court if I don’t post a message on social media, that message is ____________
It’s a good idea to periodically review my privacy settings on social media to stay safe.
Which of the following is often a sign that a message is a scam?
It is ___________ to be active on social media while still protecting my privacy.