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Amazon Prime Day Winner Text Scam

Amazon Prime Day Winner Text Scam

Did you get a text message

The Amazon Prime Day Winner is YOU! Congratulations with winning this new MacBook Pro. Click the link to get it bcvrr.info/nStzQ66clh


Con artists often use the names and logos of familiar organizations to get under your guard. So how do you tell what’s legit and what’s a scam? Here are some ways to spot a bogus text message:
It tells you to click on a link or download an attachmentIt urges you to take immediate actionIt asks you to “re-confirm” personal or financial information
bcvrr info is very recent (less than 6 months) It is usually a bad sign. Most scam web sites use new domain names.
bcvrr info is linked to one or more countries known for being used by fraudulent websites.
bcvrr info is not protected by SSL (https). SSL is crucial for any online shop. It protects users against man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks that can be launched from compromised or insecure networks.Please share what you know about this article by leaving a comment below. Check the comment section below for additional information, if there is any.

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