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RSN™ Anti-Scam Tip: 3 Simple Rules

Spotting Fake Profiles Is Child’s Play With 3 Simple Rules

  1. WHAT IS THEIR CONTEXT

    1. Who are they?
    2. What are they?
    3. Where are they?
  2.  INCONSISTENT WITH THE CONTEXT

    1. What is odd?
    2. What is out of place?
    3. What should not be there?
  3. MISSING FROM THE CONTEXT

    1. What should be there?
    2. What is not there?
    3. What would this person have?

If you always apply these simple rules to every profile you encounter you will spot many more fakes!

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