Be Aware of Internet Scammers

Last Update: October 22, 2018

We want to believe that the Internet is a safe place where you can’t fall for all types of online scams, but unfortunately it is not the case

We can become an easy target for evil-intentioned people who want to steal our most valuable personal data and money

Criminal minds have all kind of tactics and nowadays they can reach further than before, into our private lives, and we can’t do much about it

Attack tactics and tools are more and more sophisticated and ingenious phishing scams for example can be deployed from unexpected regions of the world, where it is very difficult to prosecute eventual perpetrators.

Victims to scams can be young or old people, Male or female but apparently millenial are particularly more vulnerable to online scams than seniors.

One very popular scam these days is Bitcoins Scam where many people ended up losing a lot of money.

I can tell you from my personal experience how fierce this kind of scam is.

One day I was curious about Bitcoin and I made the mistake to register my email address and phone number on a Bitcoin Forum. After I registered I started getting bombarded by phone calls from very aggressive people who wouldn’t listen even when I tell them I am not interested. The phone calls lasted for few days and it was very annoying.

In the beginning I talked to few people and every time I did a search on the internet I found out the companiy was not legit then I stopped answering the phone when the call is from an unknown number. It was very annoying. II was shocked how many scammers are there.

So If you want to invest in Bitcoin technology, please be aware of online scams.

Digital wallets, Blockchains can be open to hacking and scammers to steal sensitive data.

Bitcoin transactions should be safe, but these five examples of scams can make you lose your money.

  • Fake Bitcoin exchanges
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Everyday scam attempts
  • Malware

Bitcoin Scams is just one type of scam. There are much more others internet scams.

You should be aware of the following ones

  • Phishing email scams
  • The Nigerian scam
  • Greeting card scams
  • Bank loan or credit card scam
  • Lottery scam
  • Hitman scam
  • Romance scams
  • Fake antivirus software
  • Facebook impersonation scam (hijacked profile scam)
  • Make money fast scams (Economic scams)
  • Travel scams
  • Bitcoin scams
  • Fake news scam
  • Fake shopping websites
  • Loyalty points phishing scam
  • Job offer scams
  • SMS Scaming (Smshing)
  • Overpayment Online Scam
  • Tech Support Online Scams

Be careful and clever especially when you think the story is too good to be true.

You should always search on the internet and see if the company is legt or not, because scammer can go all the way even to make fake websites

Please tell your story if you have expreienced a scam in tye past

Love and Biss


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Mark120 Premium
Adele, I returned to this discussion. I want to add. The brilliant scammers take the inexperienced to their side.
They are Our newbies. They are those who are looking for a real WA system. And they are carried away with the promise of 10,000 per month or the day after.
Therefore, anyone who sees such a temptation should be able to ask: "WHAT WILL I GET IMMEDIATELY IN RETURN OF MY NON-RECURRENT TIME?" or another very cold question
BillandSue Premium
Hi Adel,
Thanks for this alert. A few years ago, we got scammed with the "Make Money by Typing Orders" or something like that. They wanted you to type on-line oreders for eBay because big companies didn't want to hire clerks to do this.

You could make $15 for each order and do 4 orders an hour. There were many orders available out there to send to eBay so said the ad.

When you sign up, they re-route to a different company who wants about $4,000 to train you in "internet marketing".

Personal coaching cost even more. This got us nowhere fast.

My final comment, if it sounds easy or appears to be too good to be true, guess is.

Adel, thanks for sharing.

Blessedalso2 Premium
This is such a relevant post!
Unfortunately, these scams are everywhere, I wish they weren't, but they are!
We have to do our due diligence and research and research again!

I have had my fair share of the scam predators, I'd like to think I am more vigilant now.

All the best,

sminman7 Premium
Great article, thank you for sharing this information!
Mark120 Premium
Adele, my friend, thanks for the post-warning about online fraud.
I think that the best medicine for everyone will be: his serious hard work
and his immunity to the temptation of easy money.
Rich908 Premium
The list gets bigger
keishalina9 Premium
⭐️ hey hi Adel! ... A-Plus for you! ... appreciate your post!

-- helping to alert us to all & every possible sundry in protecting everyone --

... and yes, you're right -- these scammers are getting more & more sophisticated in their 'ways 'n means' ...

.... advisable to be vigilant on-line and in 'real life' as well ...

thanks so much for all your care & concern -- and best of all, your sharing through blogging & posting here ...

.. all the best to you, cheerio... ⭐️
NnurseBecca Premium
Thank you, Adel, for helping protect everyone with this learning! You are an outstanding, fearless leader.
CarolMeador Premium
Good advice, Adel.
KennyGlossop Premium
Yeah beware of anything that sounds too good to be true.
NeptuneSiver Premium
You got to be careful
Jason T Premium
Unfortunately the list of scams keeps growing. Trust me these guys keep me busy as I make it my goal to expose them.
smartketeer Premium
Unfortunately, we all have :(