Modified on Thu, Dec 14, 2023 at 10:07 AM

Users are prohibited from engaging in fraudulent activities on Spoutible.  

Examples of fraudulent activities on Spoutible may include: 

  1. Phishing scams - This is when a user pretends to be a trustworthy entity and tricks others into providing sensitive information such as passwords, credit card numbers, or social security numbers.
  2. Selling fake goods or services - This is when a user offers a product or service that they don't actually have or provides a product or service that is different from what was advertised. 
  3. Ponzi schemes or pyramid schemes - This is when a user recruits others to invest in a scheme that promises high returns, but in reality is only generating profits by taking money from new investors. 
  4. Malicious websites or downloads - This is when a user posts a link to a website or download that contains malware or is designed to steal information from unsuspecting users.

  5. Misrepresenting oneself or others - This is when a user creates a fake account, post fake information, or impersonates another person in order to deceive others.

If you come across a post, account, or any other content that you believe violates this policy, please report it to us. Spoutible will review all reports and take appropriate action, including but not limited to removal of the content, disabling the user's account, and reporting the user to law enforcement if necessary. 

Users are solely responsible for the content they post and share on Spoutible and must comply with this policy and all applicable laws. 

This policy may be updated from time to time to reflect changes in the law or best practices. 

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