These are fake background checking websites created by cyber criminals.
, they will provide you my full details including my hotel address and contact number as long as you pass their check it takes like 2 minutes. If you have nothing to hide then MESSAGE me back then i’ll give you the instruction on how to get Verification ID okay babe ..😘😘😘” WARNING: You are being scammed!
Has your online date encouraged you to obtain one of these passes by directing you to a specific website offering these, such as: The websites you are directed to may be official looking and some even contain stolen logos from government authorities and official brokers.
They only want to collect your personal identification and credit card details so they can steal your personal contact details and commit further fraud.
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So, the next time someone asks you for your Social Security number, reflect on this: In December, the Army announced that hackers stole the Social Security numbers of 36,000 visitors to Fort Monmouth in New Jersey, including intelligence officers. The private information, including some Social Security numbers, of celebrities and political leaders including FBI Director Robert Mueller and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were exposed.) and are published on free sharing platforms such as Facebook, Blogspot and Google Plus.Typically the scam encourages the victim to provide their personal identification, such as their drivers licence and also provide their credit card details.Don’t look at pornographic pictures, and you won’t have to worry about them.But most important — don’t talk to strangers, and never give them personal information. If it were simple, you wouldn’t hear repeated stories of FBI raids collaring dozens of pedophiles who swap files — and hunt for children — online.