Last weekend, another gamer built up Jake's trust and convinced him to hand over his password and username so that the fortnite items can give him more skins, which are used in the match. "The man took over his account, but took over his email account and changed the passwords, changed the recovery passwords along with the telephone number."
Any personal information that has been in Jake's mails, the hacker now had, and because Bates' charge card number was attached to the match, the scammer had access to this also.
"It's really frightening," Bates said.Not to mention, the crook ended up killing off Jake's personality, in which the adolescent had spent hundreds of dollars since starting the game last year.
"I think he feels violated," Bates said.Bates stated she and Jake needed to tell their story so scammers do not play other children while they're playing the game. "It states on the game not to give your information out and, ya know, I'm like, it is a lesson learned," Bates explained.
Bates filed a complaint with Epic Games, the company that developed "Fortnite." Gambling websites recommend that gamers use throwaway charge cards -- ones that are not tied to your bank account. They also advocate that players do not use their sport password on some other websites and not share any personal info, even with friends.
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