This dialog box automatically opens on this page, and reopens after being closed. It contains text that is ripe with known psychological techniques that urge victims to take fast action and not look for outside help. Its wording is finely crafted to shuts down a person’s reasoning centers and on impulse.
The first is a warning of imminent warning of danger: Which is akin to a sailor in a bird’s nest yelling “VIRUSES HO!”
Back in the day when a warning would require immediate action to avoid crashing a ship on the rock, this was a good survival instinct: “Don’t think, thus do it” has saved countless lives. However, this assumes you know what to do in the case of an emergency. If you don’t, following the instructions of a trusted instructor could sometime land a plane safely — as in many a commercial airliner disaster movie. So, here is a manual that shows how these scams work which might help novice users avoid losing a lot of money for no other reason than not knowing any better.