[42.4(S)] Discuss: WhatsApp Scams

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    1. Do you use WhatsApp frequently? Have you set up a two-step verification process on it?
    2. Have you heard of the scam mentioned in the video? What other kinds of online scams have you heard of? How can we avoid falling victim to them?
     
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    1. Yes, I use WhatsApp frequently. I haven't set up a two-step verification process on it.
    2. No, I haven't heard of the scam mentioned in the video. I haven't heard other kinds of online scams. We should be more careful in using app to avoid falling victim to them.
     
    #2 nickname-lp1-897172, 2019-05-02
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    I don't have a phone (sadly), so I have absolutely no access to Whatsapp. All my friends have set up the two-verification process, though. Yes, I've heard of this scam before from a friend. Her anti-gaming mom's account was hacked and she recieved a message from her mother asking to buy a 'My Card', one hundred million Robux (currency on the popular gaming net Roblox), and some Game of Thrones, Minecraft and God of War stuff. She immediately alerted her mom and now they're all safe. And no, I haven't heard of any other scams. Maybe I have, but I forgot.
     
    #3 EchoDiscord, 2019-05-04
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    1. Yes, because I have to ask my classmates or teacher about several information about school related things. For security, I have set up a two-step verification process in my phone.

    2. Not really but maybe a bit. However, I have heard of hacking accounts on Roblox and stealing Robux from it, some of my friends' accounts have been hacked. I think we should first have a private account instead of a public account. Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, a family member, a government official, or a company you do business with. Don’t send money or give out personal information in response to an unexpected request — whether it comes as a text, a phone call, or an email.
     
    #4 Aqsa Ayoub, 2019-05-04
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    Yes, but I haven't set up a two-step verification process on it
    No, be careful about the unusual message.
     
    #5 nickname-pbs-379396, 2019-05-04
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    1. Yes. No, I don't, it sounds trouble to set the verification.
    2. Yes, I've heard it before, I don't give my phone to strangers.
     
    #6 nickname-pbs-681606, 2019-05-05
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    1.I use Whatapps frequently because I need to ask my classmates and teacher s about the problems of homework sometimes and report somethings important . Also,I have set up a two-step verification process on my phone.

    2.I am not heard of the scam mentioned in the video but maybe a bit. I have heard of hacking which is the occupation for using high technology and
    malware, such as Trojan Horse to steal personal information and do bilk . I think we should set the private passwords in our computer and also install antivirus software.In addition, we should not install the unknown programs and put our personal information on the Internet .
     
    #7 nickname-sac-721550, 2019-05-05
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    1. I use WhatsApp frequently. I haven't set a two-step verification process on it.
    2. I heard of the scam mentioned in the video. I have heard of hacking. We can avoid falling victim by setting up passwords in our computer or install antivirus software.
     
    #8 nickname-ims-233679, 2019-07-01