Now we get into the malicious chatbots: the ones trying to sell you something, take your personal information or cheat you out of money you paid to chat with an online therapist.
Here are the patterns to look for: Mentions a Product or Service The only product or service that should come up quickly during online chats is the one you are using to facilitate the chat.
These are usually customer service chatbots designed to take pressure off customer service reps and substitute for them during off hours and weekends.
Other types include social media chatbots that automatically send a thank you message when you follow someone new.
Whether it’s online therapy, social media or online dating, everyone deserves to chat with the humans they believe they are connecting with.
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