SCAM alarm! Don’t accept this item!

An object named “ReviveSL TP to events HUD v. 1.2.1 “is offered by a username created yesterday revivebot7. This is SCAM, so I invite you to do two things:

  1. reject the object;
  2. lock the owner.

To stop being bothered, it may be useful to block all these users created yesterday and presumably connected to this SCAM attempt:

The 10 accounts created yesterday

To learn more about the topic I recommend some articles at the bottom of this post.

Allarme SCAM! Non accettare questo oggetto!

Un oggetto di nome “ReviveSL TP to events HUD v. 1.2.1” viene offerto da uno username creato ieri revivebot7. Si tratta di SCAM, quindi ti invito a fare due cose:

  1. rifiutare l’oggetto;
  2. bloccare il proprietario.

Per non essere più importunati può essere utile bloccare tutti questi utenti creati ieri e presumibilmente collegati a questo tentativo di SCAM:

I 10 account creati ieri

Per approfondire l’argomento ti consiglio alcuni articoli.

Read more about SCAM and how it works in Second Life

Second Life scammers and their tactics: A Virtual Bloke special post
Linden Lab Official: Scams
Group Spam Scams in Second Life

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