RE: Check Out How A Steemian Would Have Lost His Steemit Account And His Funds To Hackers

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Check Out How A Steemian Would Have Lost His Steemit Account And His Funds To Hackers

in steem •  2 months ago

WARNING! A link in this post by @hardaeborla leads to a known phishing site that could steal your account.
Do not open links from users you do not trust. Do not provide your private keys to any third party websites.

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@guard... That's what I was trying to explain to everyone reading this post.

I hope you read the post before jumping into blind conclusions 😠

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@hardaeborla You should remove the link to the site.

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@niel96.... I am just frustrated about this!.. Sincerely I feel very cheated. I never plagiarized nor spammed and I hold responsible for doing things I never did just because I was educating other Steemians not to fall into the same trap that happened to @luueetang 😢

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It's because steemit is managed by bots, they are not human and flag automatically when something is detected.

You apparently posted a link to that website and the link is in their blacklist so they flag your post automatically.

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But how will other Steemians get to know about the links if no one tells them about it?

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Don't share the actual link. You're more likely to get someone to accidentally click on it again than to prevent anyone by sharing the link.

The bot got triggered by something in the text.