Anything that doesn’t grow naturally from the conversation is most likely a disguised sales pitch.Sends a Link Without You Asking for One Unless the link is directly related to a topic you brought up of your own will, it is most likely spam. Asks for Personal Financial Information Real person or not, receiving a message asking for any personal financial information such as your credit card number means it’s time to say goodbye.More advanced bots can use audio and visuals such as animations. Some of them tell you they are bots before you begin chatting.
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