Harassers and Burglars Abuse Information Found Online
Someone who wants to give you a hard time usually starts with Google. Finding more information on a target is how criminals operate in the modern age. Email addresses, Facebook profiles, residence addresses, and anything that can be used to contact or spy on the target will be utilized in their quest to harangue or steal. You should be wary of these types of people because you never know when someone will come after you. The world is full of petty and angry people who want to vent their frustrations out on strangers they find.
People who are targeted feel some level of stress and anxiety from having a bullseye painted on their back. For example, the hate public figures receive is often very real, but even if it’s just troll bots, the results speak for themselves – we’ve all seen countless of celebrities do something crazy after they’re had enough. The difference between people like them and people like us is that it’s far easier to deal with stress and anxiety with a few million in the bank. When normal folks are targeted by online trolls, the anxiety and stress can lead to serious health and financial implications.
The internet can bring you many problems
Anxiety and stress can lead to depression. Everyone uses the internet to a certain degree because it’s arguably as useful as a car. But imagine if every time you used your car, your back and neck hurt. This probably would cause you a lot of anxiety and stress every time you drove, but you could just get a new car and fix the problem permanently. With the internet however, changing all of your personal information like email and social media accounts is just a temporary fix, especially if your private details are still available online. Trolls will simply attack your new accounts even though you’ve gone through the hassle of changing things up. This is where Wiperts can help.
Wiperts removes personal information from the internet. Before you change your email and delete/change your social media accounts, you should clean up your old accounts viewable online before starting fresh. If trolls can still find your old accounts, then it’s likely that these old accounts will lead them to your new accounts in some way. Google and Facebook will probably help whoever is looking for your new accounts find you.
Most people have never tried to remove themselves from the internet. How does one even go about it? Google certainly has many roundabout links to contact them, but even if you submit a request ticket, how likely will they reply or ultimately help? Many giant companies deliberately make it hard to contact them, or simply don’t have customer service. Free online services certainly don’t want to spend too much money on customer support – their users usually don’t give them any money directly.
Paying for Wiperts’ services costs about as much as a video game or a nice dinner for two. Removing your internet presence will be well worth the cost. Preventing harassers or burglars from finding more about you is worth thinking about. Contact Wiperts today and see what can be done to protect you from leaked private information.
Broadcasting you’re not home is a bad idea
There are many families that go on vacation and post photos publicly on Facebook. Upper-class and middle-class people who want to show off sometimes come back to homes that were broken into and thousands and thousands of dollars stolen. Money brings financial security but also invites carelessness. Telling criminals that no one is home is not a good idea. They will look through other public posts and see if there’s anything worth stealing inside. It’s easy enough for criminals to make fake social media accounts with nothing but fake information and spy on potential targets. Small accounts are just as vulnerable as big accounts – it only takes one aware burglar to break in and steal.
Family vacations are the most opportune times for criminals to break into a house and steal. Vacations usually last at least a few days, if not weeks, giving criminals plenty of time to scout the area, double check if anyone is home, and then finally commit their planned misdeeds.
Coming back from vacation and finding everything where it should be is good, but the longer your private life is publicly viewable, the more trouble you invite. Change your privacy settings for every website that you use and lockdown your accounts. This is just one step of protecting your privacy however.
After securing your online accounts, Google may still pose a problem to your privacy. The company’s online search engine may lead to a broken webpage, but Google keeps cached copies of websites indexed in its search results (especially if the results are on the first page). A cached copy is a screenshot of the website before it was moved or taken down – this means that your personal information may still be available online for criminals to see. Anyone can take a screenshot of a screenshot and archive it for themselves.
Wiperts cleans your personal information from Google, Facebook, and other websites. Years of experience and a knowledgeable team of experts will help you protect your home from being robbed. Anyone who has had their home broken into will tell you that they feel as if their sanctuary has been violated. Home should be a private place where only family and friends can come over. Stopping online predators from figuring out where you live and where you are during the day will help everyone in your home feel safe and secure.