up astronomically, causing some panic among people. These are some
things you should avoid doing if you don’t want to be a victim.
Many warnings have been sounded about dos and don’ts on social media.
Onuamadike aka Evans, who was recently arrested adds more reason to why
extra care should be taken regarding what is posted on Facebook,
Instagram, Twitter etc.
experts believed the social media is one of the ways kidnappers scout
meet on the road? Your answer is as good as almost everyone else’s. So
think of leaving your contact details on social media this way. Use the
privacy settings on the social media platforms to control this feature.
making it public is always exciting, but there are dangers to that.
information to criminals about when you are not going to be at home. It
may also alert con artists of your presence at the vacation destination.
of your newly acquired stuff. But you could be attracting some
unscrupulous elements to yourself. Thieves have been known to get their
information from such sources.
your kids’ new milestone. But you may be unknowingly giving kidnappers
information about your kids. It is very dangerous to give out your
child’s school and other details online.
fantastic political views on social media. Some take it too far. They
post hate messages and messages full of racial discrimination. While
your circle of friends may understand what you are all about and pardon
your faults, some outside of your circle who may see the post may not.
It is especially dangerous now that bloggers screenshot your post and