Too good to be true. Stop getting scammed on the internet! (BEDA 4)

How? How are people still getting scammed over the internet? 

Emails from Nigerian princes,

click bait ads, 

 $9.99 trial offers, 

absolutely necessary virus scanners, 

etc. 

 Like, how do people not realized something is wrong?  You don’t Know anyone in Nigeria, or anywhere else in Africa for that matter, yet you really believe a prince is trying to split some money with you? Do none of those “click bait” ads seem odd or fake? Did you even read the terms and conditions when you decided to enter your credit card information for the wrinkle cream and/or penis enhancer pills? And for the love of humanity stop downloading those virus scanners that pop up because you’re on some sketchy website! You’re an adult now, you have to have at least a teeny bit of common sense… Don’t you? 

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