Hiring a hacker online? You may want to read this.
The world is full of surprises, but its no surprise when victims who should have listened to their inner voice but didn’t, lose money on scammers posing to be hackers.
First, check out FakeHackers.com. It’s a good resource and you will find a lot of listed scammers you should definitely stay away from. You can even submit your own story if you have been victimized.
Second, let’s go over the basics.
- Where did you find these “hackers”? Was it some type of chat room? Was it a cheap review of another site? Did you respond to a Gmail or Yahoo or some free email? A Google search?
- What type of grammatical errors did you come across when reading their post or details of their services on their website. Was it repetitive? Constantly repeating Hire a Hacker or Hacker for Hire, Android, iPhone, email, etcetera? These are keywords. They help with analytics and SEO.
- Was the language they used natural English or was it written like a 6 year old barely learning phonetics? Be sure to read carefully how the websites are designed. They often just promise ridiculous results.
- And in conclusion, can you speak to them over the phone? Hire a Hacker Pro offers over the phone consultation at any time. In fact, their number +1–480–400–4600 is listed on their website for anyone to call them and they even have their number connected to WhatsApp. Most scammers wont list a number, and if they do they will never answer the phone because they are usually Nigerians or Indians with horrible grammar.
Remember to use your common sense when looking for a hacker online. Most times the desperate situation you find yourself in is just the opportunity these scammers need to take your hard earned money.
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