May 26, 2022

How to Block Spam Snapchat Messages

We can block spam messages on Snapchat in a variety of ways, as detailed below.

These are the methods:

1. Block Unknown Spammers

  1. Go to Snapchat.  It’s a yellow icon with a ghost outline in the middle.
  • If you’re not automatically logged in, enter your username and password.
  1. Swipe down on the screen anywhere. It will take you to the user screen.
  2. Activate with a tap. Go to Settings menu, located in the upper-right corner of the screen.
  3. Scroll down to Contact Me and tap it. It’s the first option in the menus “Who Can…” section.
  4. Tap to My Friends.
  5. By clicking the Back arrow, which is in the upper-left corner, Spammers will be blocked, and only people you’ve added as friends on Snapchat will be able to send you messages.
  • Advertisements will still appear in Snapchat’s “Stories” section, but advertisers cannot message you.

2. Blocking a Spammer from Your Contacts

  1. Open the Snapchat app. It’s a ghost logo with a yellow icon.
  • If you are not immediately logged in, enter your login and password.
  1. Swipe down on the screen anywhere.  It will take you to the account profile.
  2. Tap to My Friends. Near the bottom of the screen.
  3. Choose an individual to block. Tap on their name and hold for a few seconds.
  • You may have to scroll down the alphabet to find them.
  1. Activate with a tap. Go to Settings menu, located in the upper-right corner of the screen.
  2. Tap to Block.
  3. Make sure you really want to block this person.
  4. Choose a reason for blocking the person. “Harassing me,” “I don’t know them,” “Inappropriate Snaps,” “Annoying,” and “Other” are among the options. Choose the one that best describes why you’re blocking them.

Score Hack for Snapchat – Get a High Score

Snapchat has a reputation for being tight-lipped about the mechanics and algorithms that go into determining a user’s Snapchat score. As a result, users are frequently left wondering how to achieve a high Snapchat score without devoting their lives to Snapchat. Snapchat users may be attempted to hack their accounts to achieve a high score.

There are various ways for Snapchat users to increase their Snapchat scores. However, users should seriously consider whether the benefits of a higher Snapchat score are worth the risks of hacking that come with it.

Why Do You Want to Improve Your Snapchat Score?

There are a few reasons to work on improving your Snapchat score. First, maybe you’re a trophy collector who wants to collect all the Snapchat Trophy Case trophies. In this method, the Snapchat trophy now has seven levels, ranging from one for a score of 10 to one for 500,000.

Snapchat Hacks and the Threats They Pose

To be honest, there are many definitions for the term “hack,” The possibility of these various hacking outcomes may vary depending on what you mean by it. With that caveat out of the way, here are some common Snapchat hacks and the risks associated with each.

1st Hack: Barely a Hack at All

First, we have the simplest hack. It’s more of a “trick” or a “secret” than a hack, much like how using bread ties to keep your data cables organized is a life hack. Still, it’s not a hack in the sense that you’re illegally accessing the Wonder bread mainframes to secure a couple of tonnes of those properties.

In this category, a hack that some (particularly law enforcement) may not even consider a hack is actually just a clever exploit in the way Snapchat calculates scores.

2nd Hack: Sketchier Territory

The procedure outlined above is effective, but it takes time. After all, by sending out all those Snaps, you’ve given yourself a part-time job, and unless you have a million Snapchat users in your contacts list, you’ve got yourself a part-time job (depending on how high you want to get that score).

Some websites and services will automate the entire process for you. One such service is SnapchatScoreHack.com, which is self-explanatory. According to the website, you simply enter a username and the desired score increases, and voila, your score is increased after some vaguely worded “Human Verification Check.” (Full disclosure: I didn’t choose to go through this process because it didn’t pass my sniff test, so I’m not sure what the Human Verification Check entails.) Get out of there as soon as they ask for your login credentials!)

3rd Hack: Third-Party Apps

In the App Store and Google Play, you’ll find a host of third-party apps that claim to assist you with the management of your social media profiles in ways that aren’t natively feasible in the official apps. These may claim to assist you in increasing your Snapchat score. I’m not connecting to any of these since I just have one piece of third-party app advice: don’t do it.

To be more specific, consider:

 Nope, Nope,

Okay, so maybe you’ve been fine with an app, and Apple’s App Store is generally good about shutting down malicious apps, but the bottom line is that you don’t want to give anyone access to your login credentials. You risk jeopardising your account and Snapchat’s entire digital ecosystem. Then you’re not only risking losing your account, but you might also put yourself in a legal bind, depending on what’s done with it.

For a couple of reasons, this is true for any social media app, but it is especially true for Snapchat:

  1. You don’t want to disclose your friends’ chats to whoever is on the other end of that third-party app requesting your account information because of the securitisation of the internet.
  2. Because Snapchat has partnered with Square to create Snapcash, a way to send money through the app, you may also disclose financial information.

In the end, it’s your account, and you can do whatever you want with it. However, think about whether the rising numbers on your Snapchat score are worth the risks.

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