Ignore this message coming on WhatsApp, otherwise you will be harmed

WhatsApp Scam: WhatsApp is one of the most popular app in the world. Its users are in billions. Cyber ​​criminals also take advantage of this and from time to time they break into people’s bank accounts through this instant messaging app and then take away money. Once again scammers are running a new scam on this platform. In this scam, thugs are stealing your personal details and banking details. Know how this game is going and what you should do.

Fraud happening like this

This new scam running on WhatsApp is Cybercriminals are targeting people on the new year on the pretext of winning expensive gifts. For this, a link is being sent on WhatsApp first. On clicking that link, a new web page opens. It is written on this page that you have a chance to win a gift of lakhs by participating in the survey. After answering all the questions you are taken to a new webpage. Here you are asked to enter your name, address, date of birth proof and bank details.

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Access bank account by taking personal details

Through the personal information entered by you, thugs easily access your bank account or sell your data and information or use it themselves. After this, the era of burglary starts in your bank account.

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keep these things in mind

If you use WhatsApp then you need to be very careful. In these ways you can stay safe.

  • If you get a message on WhatsApp to win such a reward from an unknown person, then understand that they are thugs. Ignore such messages.
  • Do not click on any link given in the message. It is possible that thugs blow your money by downloading the Remote App.
  • If there is any link in the message received on WhatsApp, then check it carefully. If ru is written in the URL in the message, then immediately block that message and sender (How to Block Message on whatsapp).


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Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is a young entrepreneur who is professional full time tech, travel and coding enthusiast with a post graduation degree of Master's of Computer Applications. He is a founder of Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Branding Panther and Digital Leader.

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