Facebook is the app and social network with the largest userbase, WhatsApp is used by more than a quarter of the world’s population, making it one of the most popular and ideal social media platforms for fraud using social engineering and viral communication. has gone. Fraud on Facebook is increasing these days.
If you find you on Facebook “Excuse me, who are you?” If the message has been received then you should be alert. When they identify the valid phone number, they say that. “I found you on my to-do list.”
The leading portal WABetaInfo, which specializes in all WhatsApp news predictions, has uncovered the same scam. We have uncovered one of the ways in which scammers often exploit messaging apps for financial gain.
They usually buy a VoIP number, which is not allowed to be used on WhatsApp due to its rules and can be used for a variety of purposes, including contacting a specific person or group of people.
They send a message “Sorry, who are you?” When they identify a valid phone number. “I found you on my to-do list.” They constantly treat you with respect as they try to win your trust.
They begin by asking you basic questions, such as your name, profession and age, and then thank you for helping them feel better.
The fraudster will eventually urge you to add him to your social media accounts, such as Instagram or Facebook. Scammers try to gain access to your public information, such as your friend’s list and other intriguing facts on Facebook and Instagram, to steal your money.
Then they will blackmail you with your friends and family by threatening to reveal some private photos if you don’t send them money.
You should never send money to them under any circumstances. They won’t stop blackmailing you when you give it to them; Instead, they will ask for more.