You want to buy a Nintendo Switch. You look on all of the websites where you could by one. All you found were (text-style:"blur")[old gaming systems] that are (text-style:"smear")[overpriced]. You then find a seller that only wants your credit card information for a Nintendo Switch and six games. (text-style:"shudder")[FOR FREE!] [[Should you buy?]] [[Or report the seller?]]
You give the seller your credit card info, but the Nintendo Switch never comes. On top of that, money from your credit card is being used without you using it! Should you [[report it]], or [[Ignore it]]
You report the seller to the website. You find out that websites like Amazon and Craigslist had been hunting the seller for (text-style:"rumble")[years] for stealing credit card information from people. The online (text-style:"emboss")[protection] agency wants the website where you found the switch on. Should you [[give the information]], or [[stay out of it]]
You give the online protection people the website, and the false seller was caught. You even got (text-style:"fadeinout")[$1,000] for helping.
You don’t do anything, and you live a good online life, but you still know that the false seller is (text-style:"shudder")[somewhere out there].
You get everything fixed, but the bank can’t replace the money the guy stole. You just lost (text-style:"fadeinout")[over $1,000].
You have no money left on your credit card and you are (text-style:"strike")[broke].