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10 Questions 🚏 to never ask Google!

10 Questions 🚏 to never ask Google!

1-Find the banking websites of your bank

 It is highly recommended that you do not perform any Google searches to find the website of the banking services of your bank unless you know the official URL of the bank on the Internet.This is because the chances of phishing are increasing exponentially as you can enter your bank login ID and password on a website that might look like the bank’s official website, but it could be a phishing site instead.

2 - Search for companies' customer service numbers on Google

 Fraudsters frequently post fake business listings and customer service numbers on websites to make gullible people think that these are genuine customer service numbers to deceive them.One of the most common scams on Google is looking for a customer service number.

3 - Search for applications and software to download from Google

 For mobile apps, always search for apps on official app stores like Google Play for Android and App Store for iPhone.Searching apps on Google may lead to fake installs of apps with malicious content.

4 - Search for medications or medical symptoms

 It is highly recommended that you do not skip the doctor and rely on Google searches to find out what symptoms you are suffering from. Also, it is dangerous to purchase medicines based on the information you find on Google.

5 - Searching for guidance regarding the stock market and personal financial affairs

 Just like health, financial plans are personal and somewhat unique, so you cannot find one investment plan that makes everyone rich. So, avoid taking these tips into the search results during your investment journey.

6 - Searching for government websites without referring to their official page

 Like banking websites, government websites like municipal tax collection sites, hospitals, etc.are prime targets for scammers. Since the original website is difficult to locate, always choose to visit any particular government website directly instead of searching for it on Google.

7 - Log in to social media by searching on Google

 Experts always advise accessing social media accounts by typing the URL directly into the address box of your browser instead of searching for the Google login page as this may lead to phishing.

8- Search for e-shopping sites or offers via Google

 The fake web pages of so-called offers on e-commerce sites flooded Google. These are another classic scams in which people are lured into luring deals to click on malicious websites to steal their online banking login details.

9 - Search for free antivirus applications or programs

 Avoid searching for antivirus applications or programs on Google as there are dozens of counterfeit products and it becomes difficult to identify the genuine products.Many of the fake programs are just malicious systems that are installed in your device to spy on you or hack and steal your data.

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