Pasternack insists that beyond the dimensions, 7orbetter.com is a dating site like any other, and obscene language, revealing photos, or prostitution dealings will not be tolerated.
Is 7orBetter legit?
In our opinion, if you want a good laugh, check out 7orBetter. Mind you, we find no redeeming quality to the site. It does, however, make for a great novelty site. As a dating site — not due to its concept — but rather to its extremely small membership base and lack of real women members, we rate 7orBetter as a FAIL.
What happens if you click on a link in a spam text?
Clicking on a link in a spam text message could install malware that can collect information from your phone. It can take you to spoof sites that look real but are designed to steal your information. Once the spammer has your information, it can be sold to marketers or, worse, identity thieves.
What if I accidentally clicked on a suspicious link on my iPhone?
If you opened a phishing email and clicked on a link or downloaded an attachment: If you downloaded an attachment, immediately delete it from your phone. If you clicked on a link that redirected you to another website, close the website. As an added protection, wipe off the history of your browser on Chrome or Safari.
How do I know if I have been phished?
How To Recognize Phishing. Scammers use email or text messages to trick you into giving them your personal information. They may try to steal your passwords, account numbers, or Social Security numbers. If they get that information, they could gain access to your email, bank, or other accounts.
How did I get phished?
It occurs when an attacker masquerades as a trusted entity to dupes a victim into opening a message and clicking on a link. Once the link has directed the victim to a fraudulent website, the victim is then duped into entering the prized credentials or financial information which is funneled through to the hacker.