It is possible that you received a text message saying that WallpaperYa at PS50/week was your subscription. A text message may have been sent to you claiming you are subscribed for WallpaperYa at PS50/week. Beware! It’s a scam.
Many people have reported this message and its contents. They claim that the recipients subscribed to a particular service. They can cancel by visiting a website.
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Wallpaper Ya Scam Texts Messages: How Does this Scam Work?
They will pretend you have subscribed for wallpaper. The text message includes a link to cancel your subscription. The link “wallpaperya.com”, is malicious. This is how it works
- Requests for your personal details
- Trick you into submitting your financial information
Click on the link to make your device more susceptible to malware, spyware and viruses. These could hack your device or steal passwords.
What should I do if I receive phishing emails like this?
No matter how persuasive the message/mails sound, you shouldn’t click on any link or send any personal information.
First, ignore these messages and go online to search for reviews.
Similar scams include Itemisinwaiting, Youhaveanitem, and many other.
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