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Time:2023-12-21 17:05:36 Source:www.crownsoft007.com
After being blackballed by a client, even if you have excellent negotiation and communication skills, it is difficult to achieve results. So, how should we determine whether we have been blackmailed by the other party? Here are a few ways you can try to compare the judgment.
1. Click Contacts, look for those users you suspect blocked you to check their status, if the bottom does not show "online/available" and other status, then it is likely that you have been blocked.
2. Click the Send Message button at the bottom, open the chat window to check the last online time, if you can't find the time, it means that you may be blocked, or you can confirm whether you have been blacked out in other ways.
3. Observe the checkmarks on the right side of the message bubble. A blue mark means the message has been sent to the other party's server, while the appearance of a second checkmark means the message has been read. If there is only one check mark in the most recent message, then you are likely to be hacked. Of course, the check mark may also appear because the other party is not connected to the Internet, so you need to combine with other signs to make a judgment.
4. Click on the user profile to open the other party's profile page and check for changes in the other party's personal information. If the other party has blocked you, you won't be able to see changes to their information. If you're sure that a user has recently changed their profile, but you can't see those changes, then you may have been blocked.
By combining the above clues, you can basically be sure that you've been hacked by the other person if you find multiple matches.