Mind Candy

Scams, scams and more scams… Social networking scams are on the rise social networks gained their first foothold on the web. While site statistics claim a huge number of members, in some cases over several hundred million, online analysts believe that there are somewhere in the area of about 2/3 that amount that are unique account holders using these sites. How many people do you know that have a few or even dozens of accounts on one site they maintain regularly. With all of that activity the potential for scams is an unavoidable part of the package. Add in that as networks tighten up on multiple account restrictions, hijacked accounts and fresh identities have real monetary value to those who would look to exploit them – and that doesn’t even take into consideration those accounts that actually stored credit card info on them to play games or whatever else they…

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