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hi, i would like to know what kinds of ways there are for peope, to scam you, because the only 1 that i know of is when you trade by mail, i do not know of any other way, so i would really like to know so i can watch out! Thanks!
If they find out your password, they can hack your account. Also, sometimes trading room scams occur, I am not sure how but people do find a way occasionally. And umm....that's really all I know of. Lot's of times it's just glitches that get to ya.
There are several ways to have things taken...
(a) In the Clubhouse trading room
(b) Someone gets your username and hacks in
(c) Someone gets a pet code and hacks in
(d) Someone gets your password and hacks in
(e) You trade on a different site and get scammed.
As for trading by mail, it can be unsafe on other sites, but here on WI it is perfectly safe
well, how can they find out your password if you do not tell it to them?
Maybe It is possible to *hack* Into a GANZ workers' account, and use administrative settings... or something like that . Maybe they just get your username or find a place where your username is... I don't know much about the subject; I'm not a hacker .
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