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Pinterest Survey Scams

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Photocentric social networking site Pinterest has exploded in popularity, and its big, beautiful images make it an inspiring tool for researching destinations or just daydreaming. Liam O. Murchu of Norton by Symantec warns that scammers have evolved their approaches to work across this platform, luring people in to click on intriguing photos. They then are led to complete surveys—in which they usually have to offer up personal information—with the empty promise of a free gift upon completion.

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Pinterest Survey Scams

Photocentric social networking site Pinterest has exploded in popularity, and its big, beautiful images make it an inspiring tool for researching destinations or just daydreaming. Liam O. Murchu of Norton by Symantec warns that scammers have evolved their approaches to work across this platform, luring people in to click on intriguing photos. They then are led to complete surveys—in which they usually have to offer up personal information—with the empty promise of a free gift upon completion.

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