- What are some student-friendly “scam scenarios” that you could use in the classroom for encouraging students to critically think about messages they receive? Create your own “fake scam” to share with the community so they can try and spot the tell-tale signs! –>Scam scenarios can contact us by email, text messeges, social media, phones–> they can create fake websites, email and text messeges–> trick us to give ous personal information details to get money, they may ask us to cornfim ous details by opening an internet link or responding with personal information. If: Text messege scams, phones scam, Gift card or Voucher scam, Maiware or ransomware look like a well-known organizatipn that trick us installing malicious software because Ransomware is a form of malware that demands a payment to fix problems to unlock our computer or files. Do not do anything they tell. We should mail or report to Scam Watch or the Scam and Identity Theft Helpdesk to help or delete the messege.
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