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Upon visiting the site, users are prompted to enter in their contact information and credit card details.Handing over their data could ultimately leave users vulnerable to identity theft and credit card fraud.Anyone can, therefore, fall victim to a social media scam if they are not careful.To prevent this from happening, it is important to understand what the most common types of social media scams consist of and what platforms they tend to target.

“But once you’ve paid for the CD, they now have your credit card number, and they can just keep charging that card each month.” That is exactly what they do.Not all bots send image-based spam, nor do all of these campaigns lead to adult websites. Indeed, with an estimated 23 million bots identified by Twitter in 2014, the possibilities for bot spam are nearly endless.Some bots are in the pay-for-follower business, which accounts for another Twitter scam entirely.But phishing pages are not the only illegitimate DMs sent by Twitter scammers.This past fall, researchers observed 419 scams targeting users via their inboxes.The image contains an embedded message that reads, “Ur Cute.

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