In addition to this, I’ve become aware that pretend marketing consulting companies making cold calls and trying to take advantage of easy found information about businesses on social media. If you get a call about your Google, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, or any other social media platforms and someone asking to remotely access your computer for your pages review and consultation, you may follow the same steps suggested by FTC for tech support scams: http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0346-tech-support-scams.
Remember, a true digital marketing professional does not need access to your computer to view your social media presence and content of your published business pages.
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