Have you received a mail from firstname.lastname@example.org allegedly from Cheyenne Wilson? Beware! It’s a scam. Many people have reported the email, and the contents of it, that claimed the recipient had won an online prize.
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How Does It Work?
The scammer claims to have won an online prize. He or she will ask you for your response. The scammer will convince you to claim the prize. The scammer will redirect you to a site where you can pay the processing fees. This is where it all begins.
When you visit this website, your credit card number and personal information will be required. Unauthorized debit alerts are sent to credit card details. The fraudsters have gained access your password details and credit card number.
They are pursuing this goal as their sole purpose. They will steal from innocent victims. This scam is called the Phishing Scheme. It’s the most common scam in 2022.
What should I do if I receive phishing messages like this?
You should not click any of the links, or send your personal information, no matter how convincing they may seem.
First, ignore these messages and go online to search for reviews.
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