3 ways to determine if a website is fake, fraudulent, or a scam 2020

By ayewalehinmitheresa • 6 months ago • 16148 • 4280

     Good morning lpv family, the internet is full of websites that are either fake, fraudulent or a scam. It's a fact of life. You see, the evolution of the internet has brought with a number of extremely convenient advances in the way we shop, bank,and interact with the world around us. At the same time, that evolution has also given way to new risks. New avenues for criminals to rip off the unsuspecting

      Here are 3 ways to determine if a website is fake, fraudulent, or a scam

1: Pay attention to the URL

    You would be absolutely shocked how many people pay little or no attention to the address bar of their browser. This is a huge mistake. The address bar contain a ton of vital information about where you and how securely you are there. So get into the habit of occasionally glancing up there you visit a new page.

2: view certificate details

     This one is a bit more advanced because it involves diving a bit deeper into your browser's menu and that can be misleading if you don't have a proper understanding of SSL

3: Look for trust seals

When a company or organisations makes a substantial investment in their customers security, they typically want a little bit of credit for it. That's one of the several reasons that trust seals exist. You've probably seen more than a few trust seals in your time on the internet. Examples of fake websites are User2earn.co, influencersearn.com e.t.c

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