Direct messages are flowing at a good 30 plus an hour offering me a chance to be one of the first to get an iPhone 5. Boy does that sound like a scam, but someone is going to click on one of these messages and get infected with something no doubt.
People do not see the risk here. They are basically prey for some criminal organization who will grab their banking and other information after they visit these links. They think anti-virus will protect them. WRONG!!
People are always targeted by scammers. They attack you from all directions, including your cell phone now. What is next?
It looks like Twitter has no way to control the message junkies at the moment. This is bad for them as many will simply close their accounts if they get too much annoyance from it and cannot control the SPAM like you can with email. Perhaps it is time Twitter installs a junk folder.. lol.
Twitter... time to fix this before it is too late. Those who act last act alone!
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