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Dangers Of The Internet

Published on 6/5/2014
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Hey There All. I hope you are all well today. I just wanted to stop by and say a few things about the dangers of the internet.
Some of you are new out there and then there are people who have been out here forever and will do just about anything to get a sign up. 

I can say this. My experience on IBO has been the safest yet. No one here really wants to hurt you. Of course some bad apples get through but the team effort here at IBO really takes care of that. 

I have been here since March 2012 and happy I found this place. I have so many friends and they all help you out daily. Of course you should return the favor.

I get all kinds of requests at other sites and I won't name them. I don't want to be negative toward them. They all serve their purpose if you use them correctly. 

Mostly anyone who asks to associate with you and starts to chat with you immediately usually means trouble. I am not talking about IBO but that can happen here too. There are some people on here that just don't know how to market a business.

I get people telling me I'm pretty and I get people telling me they want me to work for them. All sorts of things like they miss their wife or children in the US. I was even asked to create a fake business so I could import people into the US for work and I would be paid 600 a person. Yeah Right. One person said they wanted my husband to manage his Diamond and Gold business while he was out of the US.

One place I will mention that I don't think is negative is on Skype. If you have a Skype account be careful who you accept to speak to. If someone requests you look at their profile first. You can usually tell if they are a marketer or not. Although marketing is about building relationships, believe me you don't need to associate with these people.

Today I was on a social media site and accepted a request and then I was told I was very pretty. I said Thank You and asked Do I Know You? They said no but they were interested in what I was doing and wanted to learn more about me. They asked if my biz paid well and then told me he also works online and makes lots of money and then asked me if I used PayPal cause thats how is business pays people. Then asked if I used PayPal a lot and said what about using it for sales. 

I started getting a little suspicious when they finally said I had passed the interview and I could work for him. LOL. So I said out of curiosity what will I be doing and how much does it cost. He said I would be selling electronics and it don't cost a penny. 

Here is what he asked me for. My Name, Address, Phone Number and PayPal ID.
Are you serious? I was not born yesterday. Never give your personal information to a person online that asks you for it. 

I have a friend that got a letter telling her that she had won some money and she believed it and wiped out her bank account to claim it. Well of course she didn't win anything. A lesson learn that could have been avoided. 

I remember my first letter telling me I was a relative of a dead embassador. When I first saw this I was new to the internet and I really didn't know what to make of it. But I soon realized it was a scam.

Even finding jobs on the internet is tricky. My husband applied for a job to be a limo driver for a Doctor's wife coming into Philly. He got the job in 1 minute. That seemed really weird to us and then they said they were sending a car to get him in February. But first they were paying him 400 dollars a week for 6 weeks and they were sending the check. Weird. Then we got instructions that we were to cash the check and give his wife a certain amount of it so she could pay for an apartment while she was here. 

Now we really knew this wasn't true so we ignored the rest of the responses and then one day we got a check for over 4 thousand dollars. It was not a real check of course but we could have cashed it at our bank and it would have bounced 10 days later and we would be responsible. 

So just be careful out there and always ask, How do I know you? Or, where did you find me? Or I just say, What can I help you with?

The internet is a scary place so be really careful.

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Dawn Meyers 
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