However, this category of “other people” includes persons you would never want to meet: scammers, blackhat hackers, and other such online criminals. Because of their design, some social networks, such as Instagram, are fairly one-dimensional in the types of scams a cybercriminal can carry out on them.
We met at a party through mutual friends and added each other on Facebook so that we could stay in contact. Maybe a girl who is in the KKK is into bad boys who get their doors knocked down by the Brazilian SWAT? But a scammer only sees millions upon millions of potential victims.is a well-known Internet scam, where a catfisher creates a fake online profile in order to seduce a victim into a fictitious online relationship, in order to extract money or other benefits from the victim.At some point, the catfisher promises to meet the victim, but in order to do that they need help for a last-minute problem such as visa processing fees, an inheritance stuck in customs, an unexpected bankruptcy and so on.But it’s all a ruse, just so the catfisher can manipulate the love-blind victim into giving up their money.
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