Alarming News and Advice Unapologetic

Alarming News and Advice Unapologetic

Alarming News and Advice For Unapologetic Safety

Alarming News and Advice Unapologetic
Alarming News and Advice Unapologetic

Safety is a hot topic. It’s our responsibility as adults to protect our children from dangers they don’t know about and

can’t comprehend. The hard truth is that a few bad apples spoil the bunch, and you never know what kind of

intentions someone might have until it’s too late.

In this post, I will warn you of some of the most alarming news and advice for staying safe as an adult in today’s

world, no matter who you are or where you live.

I will also give you some tips on how to avoid danger, or at least make yourself less of a target.

A news source released a report to the public about how child predators are finding ways to get access their young

Alarming News and Advice For Unapologetic Safety

Alarming News and Advice Unapologetic
Alarming News and Advice Unapologetic

victims through social media applications. The report explained that criminals are using apps like Snapchat,

Instagram, Tinder, and other popular applications to find kids that are looking for acceptance or attention from peers.

The report also stated that many criminals are using these apps to meet up with minors who are vulnerable to the

influences of this abuse. The report said it was upsetting because social media is supposed to be for connecting people.

This information made me wonder why people would want to admit they are on these apps if they can’t hide it. Why

are people not ashamed of being on these apps, to begin with? Do they think anyone is going to care that they are

using these apps to communicate?

Alarming News and Advice For Unapologetic Safety

The report also stated that predators are using the settings on these social media applications to disguise their real

identities. They are also pretending to be teenagers, under the age of 18. This allows them access to young people

who might not be expecting random men approaching them at their “friendships” or “relationships”.

Another dangerous phone application is Snapchat. This app is supposed to be used for sending pictures or videos

that is only visible for 24 hours, but in reality, Snapchat users are sharing conversations that can be seen by their contacts.

Snapchat users who do this are completely breaking the social media application’s privacy settings. Snapchat has no

limits when it comes to when photos, videos, or chats that can be viewed by friends in the chat. There are no rules in place

on how long they will be visible.

Alarming News and Advice For Unapologetic Safety

One of the most alarming news stories I have ever read stated that hundreds of girls are being solicited online

through the use of Snapchat. These girls are being sent private messages by strangers who are declaring their interest in

them or asking them to flash their pictures of their bodies or other vulgar things.

This type of activity is dangerous because it could lead to real-life danger. Girls who send these pictures could be

putting themselves in a situation where they could be exploited se xually, physically, or emotionally by predators.

The best advice is to not send any pictures at all on Snapchat. It’s not worth it! If you decide to send pictures, just

make sure they aren’t of anything that could cause you harm or harassment if people see them.

Another piece of advice for staying safe when using social media is to be aware of your surroundings and who you’re

talking to you so you don’t fall for a scammer.

Alarming News and Advice For Unapologetic Safety

There are many types of scams that criminals use. Here are just a few examples:

– A girl or guy might ask you for money or other goods in exchange for your love. They might ask you to send them

money to take care of their needs, to help them out of an illegal situation, etc. They may even beg you to marry them!

But this is nothing more than a scammer looking for someone to take advantage of financially.

– A person who claims to be a good friend will ask you to send them money for your friendship. This scammer will

tell you that they need your help or that someone is threatening them and they don’t know what else to do.

– This type of scammer poses as a young woman and starts a secret romance with an older man (over 50 years old).

The older man will be sent pictures of the young woman and she will ask him for money to pay her bills and other


Alarming News and Advice For Unapologetic Safety

– Some scammers pose as new, hot cops and trick people into giving them personal information. They will then use

that information to steal money from different victims that they’ve “helped”.

– A criminal pretending to be a bank representative visits you at home and collects personal documents such as bank

statements, checkbooks, credit cards, etc. They do this to invade your home and use your identity.

– A scammer might be posing as a government worker or official and they will ask for money or other types of

donations. They will even pretend to be someone who is in need, like a policeman whose car has broken down.

– Some scammers will send you threatening messages to make you worried about their situation and/or well-being.

Sometimes, this fear is used to get your financial information or other personal data.

Alarming News and Advice For Unapologetic Safety

– A scammer may ask you to help them in a situation that they are in trouble with the law. This can be anything from

asking you for money, an email account or computer, etc. This is usually done to illegally sell your

information or to get money off of you.

– Another type of scam will make the crime look like it happened in another country when it actually happened right

next door to you. These criminals will use a series of emails and phone calls made at different times of the day and

Alarming News and Advice For Unapologetic Safety

night to make it seem like they are coming from a different country. They will also use caller ID spoofing to make it

look like their call or message is coming from somewhere else.

– Some scammers will pose as the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) and they will threaten people with jail time if they

don’t send them money.

Here are some tips to help you avoid scams:

– Don’t give out any personal information. And if someone says that they are from the IRS or another government

agency, then call them directly to verify that they are who they say they are. The number for the IRS is 1-800-829-

1040. The number for the Internal Revenue Service is 202-622-4167 or 202-622-7770.

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