Throughout the years, there are people in this world that are determined to scam you out of your hard-earned cash, and they are not concerned about your age, all that matters is your money.
This time of the year you are unusually vulnerable to a scam artist, so I am trying my best through this website to help people hold on to their money and beat the scam artist at their own game.
There are several ways in which scam artist help themselves to you money here are a few:-
- You win thousand of dollars in a lottery
- Your bank account has been, hacked, and you need to fill in an online form to establish your identity.
- People contact you wanting to put money into your account.
There are several other scams, and the fact we are so technologically, advance makes it sometimes very easy for people to scams us, however, there are things that we can do to help reduce the possibility of being scammed.
So let’s deal with, you win thousand of pounds are dollars in a lottery, YOU CANNOT WIN MONEY IN A LOTTERY THAT YOU NEVER BUY A TICKET, FOR. As soon as that e-mail turn up hit your delete button.
Your Bank Account has been, hacked, and you need to fill in an online form with your details to establish your identity. – YOUR BANK WILL NEVER ASK YOU TO DO THAT, if that turn up in your e-mail, first delete it then call your bank and let them know about the contents of the e-mail.
People wanting to put money into your account and asking you for you bank details – DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM, THERE IS SUCH THING AS INTERNATIONAL BANKING AND EVERYONE CAN OPEN AN ACCOUNT TO DEPOSIT THEIR MONEY.
I use to receive thousands of emails every day, informing me of things that I have won or wanting to put money in my account or my account has been, hacked. I delete everyone and notify my bank; it now got to the point where there are coming in less because the scammers realise that they are not able to scam me, so they are moving on to other unsuspecting potential client. Do not let it be you
On behalf of everyone at My opinions, I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. For my readers that do not support or celebrate Christmas, I wish you the best for 2017 and look forward to having you reading my articles.