International forum: Other - You Know what to avoid ?
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27 Sep 2014 01:09

never talk about religion, politics, money, family problems, health problems, or sex with people you don't know incredibly well. The risk of saying something offensive is too high, so just stay clear.

1 Oct 2014 13:18

If you see a message from someone you know that doesn’t seem like them, their account may have been compromised by a cyber criminal who is trying to get money or information from you – so be careful how you respond. Common tactics include asking you to urgently send them money, claiming to be stranded in another country or saying that their phone has been stolen so that they cannot be called. The message may also tell you to click on a link to see a picture, article or video, which actually leads you to a site that might steal your information

Edited by christine123 / 21 Oct 2014 21:21
1 Oct 2014 13:20

I dont know .tell me plz

1 Oct 2014 13:27
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1 Oct 2014 13:29

yes i agreed syf and mitz

1 Oct 2014 14:00

sins

1 Oct 2014 14:29

Quote by christine123
If you see a message from someone you know that doesn’t seem like them, their account may have been compromised by a cyber criminal who is trying to get money or information from you – so be careful how you respond. Common tactics include asking you to urgently send them money, claiming to be stranded in another country or saying that their phone has been stolen so that they cannot be called. The message may also tell you to click on a link to see a picture, article or video, which actually leads you to a site that might steal your information

1 Oct 2014 14:30

Quote by Syful-islma
Quote by christine123
If you see a message from someone you know that doesn’t seem like them, their account may have been compromised by a cyber criminal who is trying to get money or information from you – so be careful how you respond. Common tactics include asking you to urgently send them money, claiming to be stranded in another country or saying that their phone has been stolen so that they cannot be called. The message may also tell you to click on a link to see a picture, article or video, which actually leads you to a site that might steal your information

:hm

avoid ??

1 Oct 2014 14:40

best advise thank you frnds

1 Oct 2014 14:54

Yeap

1 Oct 2014 15:20

Yah u re quite write that why i confisd in mobo people dnt tell truth from there profil to there talks all is lies

1 Oct 2014 17:02

Thank you dear friend. It is amazing and helpful advice for all Mobofree site users

1 Oct 2014 17:05

Quote by Asta1
Thank you dear friend. It is amazing and helpful advice for all Mobofree site users :hm

welcome dear friend

1 Oct 2014 17:22

I dont know what to avoid!

21 Oct 2014 21:47

You have to avoid those who complain all the time. They are the ones who always blame you. They may always turn things around so things you felt they had done wrong are suddenly your fault. They overreact to bad events.

Edited by christine123 / 21 Oct 2014 21:56
24 Jan 2015 12:53

Quote by christine123
If you see a message from someone you know that doesn’t seem like them, their account may have been compromised by a cyber criminal who is trying to get money or information from you – so be careful how you respond. Common tactics include asking you to urgently send them money, claiming to be stranded in another country or saying that their phone has been stolen so that they cannot be called. The message may also tell you to click on a link to see a picture, article or video, which actually leads you to a site that might steal your information

Great .

12 Nov 2015 06:59
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16 Nov 2015 07:55

Quote by christine123
If you see a message from someone you know that doesn’t seem like them, their account may have been compromised by a cyber criminal who is trying to get money or information from you – so be careful how you respond. Common tactics include asking you to urgently send them money, claiming to be stranded in another country or saying that their phone has been stolen so that they cannot be called. The message may also tell you to click on a link to see a picture, article or video, which actually leads you to a site that might steal your information



Great but most of them are from Nigerian people the big scammer in the world so better careful to black people not only for black but those pretend to be a white man too ...

16 Nov 2015 09:00
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16 Nov 2015 09:30

So that basically leaves the weather.. Or is that gonna offend someone? There's nothing wrong with different opinions.