91. ARE YOU MINDFUL OF SCAMMERS AND SEXUAL PREDATORS? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman


You meet new people and experience new circumstances since, as a teenager, you are venturing out more into the world, both online and offline. But it is important to keep in mind that not everyone you encounter is trying to do good. Young individuals are frequently the target of sexual predators and scammers due to their lack of experience and tendency to be more gullible.

Have faith in your intuition. Something is probably off if it feels that way. Trust your instincts when you receive a message online or from a person you encounter in person. Your instincts are there to keep you safe. Use caution when handling personal data. Never provide someone you don't know well, your personal information, such as your address, phone number, school, or bank account information. Predators may use this information to locate and hurt you, while scammers may use it to steal your identity or money.

Recognize fraud warning signals. Scammers frequently make extravagant or unrealistic promises, such as giving away free money or prizes. They can put pressure on you to hurry up or to keep the topic under wraps. It is fraud, if someone is requesting money, especially via wire transfers or gift cards. Make sure you are speaking with the right person, and never consent to a face-to-face meeting without first consulting a responsible adult.

Report any questionable actions. Report any activity that makes you uncomfortable, whether it’s from someone you know well or not, to the police, a school counselor, or a trusted adult. Being cautious and having a false alarm is preferable to ignoring a real threat. Learn about the typical tricks and strategies that predators employ. Your best defense is knowledge. 

Use social media privacy settings. To manage who can view your posts and personal data, set your privacy settings as high as possible. Choose carefully who you allow as followers or friends. Never forget that your safety comes first. Being watchful and circumspect does not have to equate to living in constant terror, but it does involve taking preventative measures when necessary. 

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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