If It Looks Too Good To Be True On Pinterest, Don’t Click It – Or Risk Spamming Your Friends

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There have been images on Pinterest the past few days that a bunch of folks apparently clicked on – even though they fall in to the “too good to be true” category.

And guess what? When they clicked the spammy images, if their Pinterest accounts were linked to their Twitter and Facebook accounts, spammy posts started popping up there too, spamming their friends.

Vicious cycle, really. And the lesson, which these same folks will not learn, is this: There’s no magic money-making opportunity online – except this one.

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