Free nasty text chat
And sites such as Google and others that use two-factor authentication will only ever send you the messages if you ask for them; if you’re receiving them without asking, it probably means someone is trying to break into your account.
I’m a part-time retail employee at a clothing store, as well as a full time graduate student.
I left work a couple of weeks ago, got on my bus to head home, and as always, spend the time on my phone — Facebook/Texting/Instagram, etc.
At one point, my boyfriend texted me asking if I’d left work yet.
I wrote back saying something to the effect of ‘Yesssss…I can’t be home soon enough….
I’m tired and the fat cow sitting next to me is taking up half my seat as well as hers AND hasn’t heard of deodorant.” b) It was actually, well, true.
It’s a sneaky way of getting people to put the authentication message that they have received from Google into a text message so that scammers can get around the security setup. Again, the key is never to enter any important codes into a text message or any unverified sites.
They’ve condoned this woman snooping over people’s shoulders and taking photos of them and their phone screen without consent.
Who the hell does this woman (I know it was a woman from the name) think she is?
As such, the main thing is to never give any information over text message, and only use it as a way of showing alerts.
You never know who is texting you, or who you are texting – so treat it with extreme caution.