Dated: 08/02/2018

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LinkedIn: I have Just received a connection request from a fake account masked as one of my actual connection.  So I asked Linkedin for help. What is Linkedin doing to combat this rising threat to its social media platform? I have reported the profile sent a screen shot to the actual connection alerting him that someone is using his identity to potentially commit fraud. I'd like specifics; Linkedin needs to explain how it will get ahead of this.

Have you noticed a rise in ALL of Social Media platforms...fake news and fake accounts? Is It up to the user community or is the platform first to blame, agree or disagree, thoughts?

#socialmedia #changes #fakeaccounts

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Wayne Gaddy

Experienced Top Producing Real Estate Broker/REALTORĀ® specializing in the Purchase and Sale of Residential Homes, Condos, Vacation Homes, New Homes and Investment Property. A RealtorĀ® who has a prov....

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