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Education & Tech, was created to build hope that education based on social technologies, can transform the new century, and enable abundance not only spiritually but economically. Milton Ramirez, Ed.D. - @tonnet is the founder & editor. He is a teacher, tech blogger, writes on education, and hails this blog from Union, NJ. For further questions, tips or concerns please e-mail him to:miltonramirez [at] educationandtech [dot] com

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5 Sure-Fire Ways to Avoid Scam While Studying Online

By Jessica Barden*

In today's tech driven world, students are consuming online resources to enhance their knowledge and academic performance. A new study showed that more than 80% students engage over the World Wide Web to accomplish their academic activities on time. But there are some scammers active over the internet that tries their best to steal the information of other users through powerful hacking devices and techniques. Therefore in this article we would discuss some effective steps that we could take to conquer online hackers and scammers.

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Here are five sure fire ways to avoid online scam while utilizing online resources for studies.

Protect Your Online Accounts. The very first thing that you will need to make sure to avoid online scam is to create a unique password to secure your credentials. Ensure to create a powerful password with a mixture of capital and small alphabet along with numerical values to confuse the hacker. Keep in mind to create a complex password that can provide a tough time to any hacker who is trying to steal your account. In addition try your best to change your email, social media, as well as bank accounts password regularly to protect yourself from hackers.

Never Enroll In Baseless Online Institution. Due to the rapid advancement in technology especially in the last decade it's become easy for students to enroll in their favorite course via online institution. But the bad news is that many fraudulent providers over the internet are cheating student with fake degrees and diplomas. Therefore, if you’re also planning to enroll in an online institution then you must visit their office before registering in any program. Otherwise you will not only waste ample amount of your money but also negatively impact your career with unrecognized qualification.

Ignore Unknown Emails. A lot of scammers are cheating teenagers by sending them emails that contains mind-blowing deals and prices. Don't open or reply to any email that is sent from any unknown source as it will automatically forward your account details to the scammer that is operating from backhand. Scam emails contain links that redirect user to other websites to steal their valuable information such as your id and password to commit crimes on your personal identification.

Don't Share Your Personal Information. The growing popularity of social media is enabling hackers to steal information of any user. You will be surprised to know that more than 50% accounts are hacked through social media platforms. The main reason why hackers are active over social media is the information users share publically on their profiles. Thus use strict privacy policy setting to secure your precious information from fraudulent peoples.

Speak Up. If you find any scam or in case you had become a victim of any of these, make sure to report it. This is because when people ignore fraudulent activities and don’t report it, they strengthen the scammers and hackers. So, ensure to stand up against fraudulent people and report scam to concerned authorities to make internet a safe place for learning.

(*) Jessica Barden is a lead content creator who is working with a team of in-house writer to facilitate students with essay help. Nowadays, she is writing academic advice blogs to help out students who need academic guidance.

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