More than 1,300 million people are affected by online fraud every day.
But that doesn’t include the millions of people who don’t know about it and can’t afford to report it.
In fact, nearly half of Americans are completely unaware of online fraud, according to research published on Thursday by the Pew Research Center.
Digital marketing analytics company iSpy has done research on the topic.
The company recently analyzed nearly 2 million tweets from users who use Twitter to tweet about online scams.
The results showed that more than 1.2 billion tweets were sent to people who were not the victims.
The research shows that nearly half the population of the United States is completely unaware about online fraud.
It also reveals that more and more people are getting involved in online scams, even if they don’t have the money to pay for the scams.
“This is the biggest issue of our time, and this is where the future of digital marketing lies,” said Ben Stine, co-founder and chief executive officer of iSply.
“If you don’t understand this, then you won’t ever understand this.”
According to the report, over one-third of the population is completely clueless about online criminal activity.
According to the study, the average age of a person who has heard about online crime is 31 years old.
It is also true that most people don’t really know what is happening.
For example, in 2013, more than 2 million people were victims of online theft.
About half of the victims were unaware of it.
And the most common reasons people are not aware of it is that they don-t have the means to pay or they don’t know how to report the problem.
The Pew Research report, published on Wednesday, is part of a new Pew Research study that analyzes nearly 500 million tweets on social media platforms in the US.
The research shows how much of the U.S. population is totally unaware of the issue.
About 44% of the US population is entirely clueless, according the study.
The survey also reveals a shocking statistic: 1 in 4 people is at risk of being the victim of online crime.
This is the most shocking statistic of all.
This statistic tells the whole story of how widespread online crime has become.
“It’s not only a huge issue, it’s an issue of a national scale, and it’s a national problem that affects the entire population,” said Stine.
“We’re all victims of it.”
In the past two years, iSpys data shows that the percentage of Americans that are completely ignorant about online criminals has more than doubled.
The study shows that 1 in 5 adults in the U,S.
are completely clueless.
In addition, the number of people in the United Kingdom that are totally clueless has more now than it did in 2014.
What to doIf you are a victim of an online crime and are not getting any help, it is best to contact your local law enforcement.
Here are some tips for reporting online fraud:If you want to file a lawsuit against the person who is the actual culprit, contact the court.
If you believe you have been the victim, you may file a class action lawsuit against them.
In addition, you can file a civil claim in a local or federal court.
The FTC has created a website to help consumers file complaints about online crimes.
The FTC’s Online Crime Complaint Center is available on the FTC’s website at http://www.ftc.gov/ucr.
It can also be found at http: http://ftc-online.gov.