It is in nature to majority of people to be very curios when there is an occurrence. And this applies to other MySpace members. For instance, a lot of members are interested in knowing who checks on their profile which will rapidly increase tracker scams. In the next section, we will talk on how to recognize MySpace tracker scams and offers some practical information on how to reduce the risk of falling into the scam artists’ trap.
Scam artist will do anything to scam members and in order to hack different MySpace accounts. New Tracker scammers are starting to grow with a lot of curious MySpace members. We often fall to these types of scams, “We want to know who is viewing our MySpace profiles”.
One thing to consider when registering to a MySpace Tracker site is NEVER post your personal email and MySpace password to any site if you’re not sure, or they will have a full access on your account. They can alter everything to the point that you can no longer access your own account. If this happened, MySpace administrator can’t do anything to retrieve your account. In that case, the excellent solution is to delete the account, if you can prove that you are really the owner of the said account.
Setting a dummy account to test a new MySpace tracker site is also a good idea. If the tracker works fine, you can soon delete that account and apply it into your real profile. Being very cautious will always keep you from any further trouble.
Always keep your password in private. Sharing this to anyone will provide full access of your MySpace account. They can temp your friends with their advertisements using your bulletin. They can also make the same request by spamming your MySpace email account. And lastly, they can place their advertisements anywhere using your MySpace profile. Do they really even work? Usually, the answer is no.