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another money scam in action.... If I can't personally talk to my so called friend, I surely wouldn't send money.
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The problem with this is people put all their information out there.... name, address, phone number, d.o.b, email address, city, state, high school and then wonder why/how they get scammed...? Sometimes all someone needs to get is your full name and d.o.b.

On facebook.. I dont have my hometown listed, no highschool, job, address, phone number, email address, no d.o.b. I dont even use my full name. I had someone once ask me why I have no personal info listed (someone who wasnt on my friends list and was trying to find me) and I replied.. well, if your my friend there is no need for me to list all that information because you should already know it.

I tell everyone, ONLY put online info about yourself that you are comfortable with ANYONE finding out. That way, if someone does happen to hack you, phish you.. your sorta ok.
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