Title: Fraud Warning
description: WhatsApp is undeniably the most popular instant messaging app available for Android and iOS smartphones. Its encrypted platform is considered safe for messaging and transferring personal information like images, videos, and voice memos. The interest in this application all over the world is huge. The company introduced several features and updated its security firewalls to keep users safe. However, like other social media platforms, WhatsApp has become a hub for scammers who steal their hard earned money from innocent audiences. Unfortunately, that's the truth. Even in great applications, we can witness scams.
Already some time ago, we came across a lot of reports where users were scammed by scammers verifying themselves as some company officials or via fake lucky draw schemes. We warn against such scams. Don't be fooled because you can lose a lot.
The latest scam tempts users with the free Jio plan. Selected WhatsApp users reportedly received a message offering Jio top-up worth Rs. 555 for free. The offer was tempting, therefore many people fell for it. We learned that hackers allegedly created a phishing page on BlogSpot at "https://t.co/3vsZJogeUe". This website encourages WhatsApp users to apply for a free Rs Jio mobile plan. 555.
We would like to remind you that it is worth staying safe online. It is always advised not to click on suspicious links. If you receive a message that is not from a trusted source and offers free gifts or an amazing amount of rewards with just a few clicks, it is likely a scam. It is worth remembering that nothing is for free.
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