SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Many of us wouldn’t go anywhere nowadays without that supercomputer in our pocket, our cell phones. Hackers are putting all that private information more at risk than ever, but what many don’t realize is that we are often the ones handing them the keys.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU CLICK ON SCAM TEXTS LINKS?
Reynard Misae has, perhaps, the most extreme scam text history, because he actually clicked on a scam text link, one he thought was coming from his university, and got flooded with more scam texts.
SIGNS A TEXT IS A SPAM/SCAM:
Keep in mind, many legitimate businesses nowadays send texts from a truncated number. If you get one from a 10-digit number, be cautious.[…]