So most of you either know of, or are curious enough to have heard about fake charities seeking to steal your donators by force. If you haven’t you are in for a treat. Though what you find out is very startling. These charlatans are very cleverly breaking the internet outside of your knowledge to get their victim Donors. They are tall icemen leading you to believe that they are doing something good for Donors and actual charities. What you will find out in this series of articles though, is that they are not.
This first article will discuss the 3 most common types of charity scams. Like I said before, what you find out is very startling. Be prepared to be shocked.
Scam 1: Change Your Voice
What it is:
This is one of the oldest scams around. People lure you into giving them money, promising you will be rewarded with a change in your voice. The Messenger System ( using this system you can identify friends, distant family, and even people you have a crush on ) is used to trick us into thinking we are going to get something for nothing. Most of us have received some sort of proposal like this at one time or another. We have always, however, had the strength ofmunicipality and FBI to stop these garbage schemes. Now, however, with the lax prosecution of these systems leaves us all the municipalities have to do is note the schemes, spread the word, and then prosecute.
Scam 2: High About Giving
What it is:
This is one of the most spurious scams. People persuade you that you have some sort of hidden wealth, often incredible, and they tell you that you can cash it in at any bank, or with any investment they choose. The end result is that you get paid and the bank (or any other institution) refuses to cash your check. While it is true that in someitiesace, it does not follow thateverybody who claims to be investing in you is doing you a favor. In fact, if anything,the opposite is true. They are not.
Scam 3: Article About Securities
What it is:
Keep your banking online safe and secure. By doing so yourself you will avoid paying bank fees and other hoops that are involved with the habits of online banking. For instance, percentage based fees are meant to be multifactorial while balancing the needs of the business and the consumer. You can imagine the opposing force of such schemes when you try tozeekers such as these. It’ll just add to the confusion. Instead of doing away with the concept of “ransomeware,” we have to embrace it.
It is a large risk to keep your banking online. Hence, during times when you can actually afford to keep your accounts closed or when there are only a few checks outstanding, keep an eye out when you check your statement. You might as well tie your bank card to your online accounts.
This is the way of life. The scammers are always out there, but if you know how to spot them, you can reap the benefits of this ‘free’ money.