Watch out for text message and email phishing attacks! In this post, we will share the details of a few popular phishing scams – Moderna, Pfizer, Amazon, Subway, and Royal Mail. You will see how these phishing scams work and learn how to avoid them.
Read to the end for tips on how to spot similar scams and avoid becoming a victim of these sneaky scammers. Can you spot all these scams?
Will a crystal ball ignite a house? Did a drone hit a plane’s wing on takeoff? How about parachuting cows in Arizona? A swimming shark on a highway? Are these widely discussed issues genuine, or are they too wild to believe?
In this post, we will discuss 4 reports that are flying around the Internet. Do you know which stories are true and which are false?
In this post, we will share the details of a few popular phishing scams – Pfizer, Sony PlayStation, Pizza Hut, Pepsi, and Royal Mail. You will see how these phishing scams work and learn how to avoid them. Read to the end for tips on how to spot similar scams and avoid becoming a victim of “smishing.”
Phishing scams are getting more diverse, but the bottom line remains the same: scammers pretend to be from well-known companies and organizations and send unknowing victims spoofed emails and messages containing phishing links. They try their best to lure you into entering your sensitive information. Can you spot all these phishing scams?
On March 8th we celebrate Women’s Day in honor of women’s rights worldwide. Meanwhile, scammers are celebrating themselves as well: by stealing your money and sensitive information.
Have you heard about the Cookie Monster rock? How about the crystal pyramid in the Bermuda Triangle? Are these stories true or are they too wild to believe?
Are you able to spot phishing scams? Continue reading to know how you can spot the scams and no longer be an unknowing victim.
Was the large indoor icicle shown during the Texas blackout real? 4 Ongoing Widespread Rumors (Week of March 2nd, 2021)
Have you seen the photo of Earth, Venus, and Jupiter taken from Mars? How about the large indoor icicle shown during the Texas blackout? Do you have an opinion about these? Are they real?
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