Facebook Cash Scam Alert

The Latest Cash #Scam – BEWARE AND STAY AWAY FROM THESE

It goes a little like this, the post states they are giving away $1,200 for the first 50 commenters. Then you get a message that reads:

Actually Gcash is a well known application based on puzzles games, you can check on Apple play store or Google play store to confirm what I’m talking about, so your duty is to purchase gift cards, they make use of gift cards a lot to promote Application and games on Apple store, ITunes Store, Google play store, Steam wallet store, Amazon store, so your duty is to purchase gift card at Walmart or any store and you supply it to them, If you purchase $100 you get $1200 If you purchase $200 you get $2400 If you purchase $300 you get $3600 If you purchase $400 you get $4800 If you purchase $500 you get $6000 If you purchase $800 you get $9600 If you purchase $1000 you get $12000
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Text Messaging Scam Involving #Mailed Packages

A new text messaging scam involving mailed packages that allow fraudsters to gain access to personal information has been making the rounds across the country, federal officials warn.

The Federal Trade Commission is among the agencies that have issued an alert after consumers made numerous complaints after receiving a text message saying that a package pending, telling the user to click a link to set up delivery for the item.

Once the link is clicked, users will be instructed to provide personal identifying information. Scammers have posed as drivers from FedEx, USPS, UPS, and other delivery services since the scam came to light.

The FTC said that in many cases the scammers know the cell phone user’s first name – and sometimes even their last name — though the messages are not legitimate.

“The scammers are pretty crafty in putting these things together and trying to trick people to fall for them by making them think that they’re real messages,” an FTC spokesperson noted.

According to the FTC, “If you get an unexpected text message, don’t click on any links. If you think it could be legit, contact the company using a website or phone number you know is real. Don’t use the information in the text message.”