Predators on the Internet and Instagram Seek Single Women, Beware


Posted August 22, 2020 by stilsonlewis

Something curious, I was aware of fictitious accounts on social networks, so I already knew that there are fictitious accounts.

 
Something curious, I was aware of fictitious accounts on social networks, so I already knew that there are fictitious accounts. You recognize them because the photos are not coherent, the dates do not match and there is not much activity. Also, one particular detail; there generally, are no friends in common.
But the most curious thing is when the photos of a woman with the denotation of Single in her profile, attracts the attention of an man with a son or daughter. There will be attractive work photos of him as a doctor, or some other lucrative profession. There may be the occasional magazine photo, or a few "family" photos. He will start to follow her. She will see who it may be, that new attractive guy who follows her on Instagram, and she decides to request his friendship, anyway.

As soon as you accept the friendship, he writes you in private, with a casual conversation to ask for your WhatsApp and insist that he cannot continue communicating with you unless ... it is a decisive moment , whether you continue giving him personal data or not. In my personal point of view, they are hunting single women to make them fall in love with them. And then only God will know what the worst-case scenario is that could happen; maybe being captured for human trafficking, especially sexual slavery.

Human Right No. 4 No Slavery, "No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and slave trade shall be prohibited in all forms." Know your Human Rights @humanrightstampa www.youthforhumanrights.org

We must work on having each person know their rights, as Humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard said; “Human Rights must be a reality, not an idealistic dream”
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Issued By Olga Fajardo
Country United States
Categories Education , Social Media , Technology
Tags predators , Social Media , sex trafficking , trolling , slavery
Last Updated August 22, 2020