Scammers continue to improve their ways to steal people’s money and personal information. You may be surprised by the diversity of phishing scams nowadays. In this post, we’ve selected 6 phishing scams to share with you in detail, which includes Google, Apple, tax, loan, Halifax bank, and Chase bank. See how these phishing scams work and learn tips to avoid them. Do you know how to spot real facts from fake scams?
Is Jessica Biel a U.S. veteran? Is the “USS Al Gore” frozen? How about a video of “fireball” surged across a power line in Louisiana? Are these real? Information can spread fast on the Internet, and it’s becoming harder and harder for us to tell how authentic are the information we perceive. In this post, we will share 4 ongoing widespread rumors with you in detail. They may be wild, ridiculous, or too creative to believe. That said, can you tell what is true and what is false?
Did you receive messages that invite you to “test the transaction speeds and network efficiency” of a cryptocurrency network? Be careful, it’s a scam!
Scammers are reaching out to people on Reddit, claiming that they represent Sovereign Wallet Network. They say they are seeking people to help optimize their platform by sending Bitcoin or Ethereum, and the participants can receive a 115% of the amount they’ve sent back as a reward.
Even though it’s only the beginning of February, many people are looking forward to Valentine’s Day, and so are the scammers – they are ready to steal your money or leave you heartbroken on this supposedly romantic day. In this post, we will share with you the 3 most common Valentine’s Day scams and how to avoid them. Can you spot them all?
Does Russia have a ‘military Disneyland’? Do masks impact children negatively? Does Subway’s tuna contain no actual tuna? How about a Starbucks edition PS5? Or a tiny chameleon with huge genitals? In this post, we will share 5 ongoing widespread rumors with you in detail. They may be wild, ridiculous, or too creative to believe. That said, can you tell what is true and what is false?
It’s that time of the week again! In this post, we will share some of the ongoing scams we caught this week in detail, including COVID-19 phishing text messages, giveaway scams on Discord, attachments with malware, Costco online survey phishing emails, and Amazon brushing scams. Can you spot the scams and avoid them?
Did you receive emails from Costco that asks you to do an online survey for rewards? Be careful. It’s a scam!
Scammers fake and spoof the emails, prentending to be from Costco. The “OK” bottons contained in these emails can be malicious or phishing links and lure you into sending your personal/financial information to the scammers. Don’t click on any links!
Did you receive emails from N(e)tflix that ask you to update your payment method by clicking on a hyperlink? Be careful, it is a phishing scam!
There are many different versions of Netflix scams, but the bottom lines are similar. Scammers spoof emails in the name of Netflix and make it seems legitimate, but the link they provide is a phishing link; if you click on it, you might have your personal data stolen.
Did Nintendo sue a 9-year-old boy for making a cardboard console? Can we download CIA files on UFOs now? What about the “Cardi Bee” insect? In this post, we’ve selected 4 ongoing widespread rumors to share with you in detail. They may be wild, ridiculous, or too creative to believe. That said, can you tell what is true and what is false? Did you almost believe in any of them?
How many messages do you receive every day? How many of them are actually scams? We rely on text messages to find out when our packages arrive, to get the latest promotions, and to be notified when there are suspicious activities on our accounts.
Smishing is phishing through text messaging. Scammers use smishing to get personal information using messages that pretend to give bank account updates, package delivery information, and vaccine news. In this article, we will give you some facts about smishing scams, show you some of the more common smishing scams, and, most importantly, give you tips on how to avoid smishing scams so that you can protect yourself.
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