How to Identify Fraud in Online Communities
A common question with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Discord is “How to identify scam accounts in online communities?
On Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Discord and other social media, some strangers often come to add friends and follow, and occasionally mention “contact”, “model”, “investment”, “dream”, “funding”, “bonus” , “legitimate”, “opportunity”, “business opportunity”, “development”, “partners” these keywords are invariably a fraudulent account for the use of fraudulent tactics.
They even ask themselves “Are we a legitimate company?” These accounts are almost certainly scams.
Also, it is clearly stated that we are partners (the same organization or company), but we have to pay for the goods and ask you to sell them.
Even if you can really rely on them to make a profit for a short period of time, in fact, you are running faster than anyone else, and who can harvest the leeks to the fullest.
These are not the normal company’s operating procedures, just to deceive some children who have not yet entered the WTO. At this time, the author will think of an old Internet meme: “I’m not saying that you are a scam, I mean that everyone here is a scam.”