Results for - Millennials Are Scammed Twice As Often As Seniors!
3,144 voters participated in this survey
Millennials are a generation of digital natives who grew up with computers, smart devices and the internet in their homes and schools. But that doesn’t mean younger millennials are any smarter when it comes to avoiding web or phone scams. In fact, 20-somethings are nearly three times as likely to fall victim to a scam as seniors, according to a 2018 report by the Federal Trade Commission.
1. Are you aware of internet scams that happen through social media platforms?
2. Have you ever been a victim of an internet scam website or social media account?
3. Younger adults have a few habits that make them more susceptible to fraud, according to Frank Abagnale Jr., a con-man-turned-security-consultant who is the subject of Steven Spielberg's 2002 box office hit "Catch Me If You Can" and author of the new book "Scam Me If You Can." Do you agree that millenials are more susceptible to internet scams compared to seniors?
4. seemingly innocent Facebook quizzes are an easy way to get users to share personal details publicly. And millennials are the most likely to share content on Facebook in general, according to data collected by Business Insider. Do you often share results of FB quizzes on your account?