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Tom was checking his text messages, as he seems to stumble across a mysterious message.
CONGRATULATIONS!! YOU HAVE WON 1000$. ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS TO PUT YOUR PRIVATE INFORMATION, LIKE PASSWORDS, AND YOU'RE GOOD TO GO!!!
Apps like, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter are filled with these scams, and it's safe to ignore.
Here's the thing, the Internet can be a fun place, but at the same time, a very dangerous one. Scams like this can lead to lose of private information, aka, passwords, addresses, and credit card information. It'll be safe to just ignore them.
Hey! I wonder what this could be, "YOU HAVE BEEN GRANTED 1000$, ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS PUT YOUR PRIVATE INFORMATION!" "WOW, that's great!", says Tom.
Tom, I don't think this is safe for you. I think I need to explain the dangers of the Internet
I'm glad you've learned a lesson, Tommy
Thanks for telling me that, Mom.
From then on, Tom has learned to ignore the scams. The End.
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