Cyber Mistakes You Should Never Make – 10

Never Trust anyone or anything in Cyber Space.    Unless you physically can walk over to the person or the company, you don’t know if it exists or not.

You don’t know if this is a scam or not.

Nothing makes you look stupider than when you defend a writing site; “I was always paid!”

If you were hired by the owner to run around and spread this blurb,  fine.   Go ahead.   You are a shill, and you know it.

If you weren’t hired and paid to spread this news, then you are a fool.   Worse than a fool, you are a judas, leading  other people to disaster.

Sure, if you own a site and you pay 1c for every 6 hits, then you can talk about it.  If you don’t  own the site, say nothing and be suspicious.

Always pick the worst alternative.

Something happens,  the site is unreachable;  question:  was this a glitch or was it a deliberate action by those who  run the site?

Pick a  deliberate action until proven wrong.

Recently a scam called ‘The Blessing Loom’ is making the rounds, ripping off thousands of dollars from stupid people who trust it.

How could anyone trust it?

How stupid can people be?

The answer is very stupid.


What do you think?


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