How to Spot Spammers and Scammers on Pinterest (4 Keys to Protect Your Images)

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  • Hellie's Corner says:

    Thanks for the advice and the points you make. Before pinning I try to check the source of the pin and am finding it very frustrating,as a large percentage of the pins, don’t lead to the orginal source, so I don’t pin them. As my OH pointed out, this could be risky in itself as it could result in going to a risky site without realising it.

  • Anna Bennett says:

    You’re welcome Hellie and I appreciate your comments. You’re smart in checking the source of the pin.

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