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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 843 Notifications

Instructions and Help about Can Form 843 Notifications

Okay, if you ever get a text message saying you have notifications about a Craigslist post, don't click on that. I'm going to tell you why. I'm Brian, here for silly reviews, trying to bring awareness to some of the scams that happen to people online. This one pertains to Craigslist. If you like to post things for sale on Craigslist (I do, I've done that for a long time), it's a really good marketplace. You just need to know your ins and outs and what to be aware of. There are a lot of scammers out there. So, as you can see here, I have lots of stuff for sale. I help people sell vehicles and get commissions for it. I also sell old stuff around the house. It's a good thing, but then you get lots of scams. This scam is usually identified by an area code that's nowhere near you. It says you have six notifications for your Craigslist post, but the domain is CL-review.org. It's like Craigslist, but what they're trying to do here is have you enter your account credentials on a site that does not belong to Craigslist. They want to capture your credentials and then take over your account. I'm not sure what they use that account for. As you can see, I filled out some bogus info, and what it does is forward me over to a legit Craigslist site. But in the process, they capture your login information. I'm sure they get a lot of success with this and take over a lot of people's accounts, causing a lot of heartache. A good rule of thumb is, if it seems out of the ordinary, put your defenses up because it's probably a scam.