What to do to protect yourself against fake websites

Now when you are looking for something on the Internet, then most likely several links in the search engine results are fake sites that look like sites of online stores or even banks, but in fact, they only collect your logins and passwords, credit card numbers, etc. money from them. You will never receive the goods. Such sites are called phishing sites

There are a lot of such sites! Advertising on Facebook, google is full of scammers who supposedly make websites for selling very inexpensively, but you will never get the goods. Here’s…

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