With the vast majority of us plugged into social platforms, the risk of encountering digital swindlers is only a tap away.
However, these fraudsters adopt smarter tactics to mask their intentions, often leveraging familiar logos, counterfeit terms of service, and mimicked website URLs to entrap you.
Often, these schemes involve tempting you to click links where you input your details. Yet, doing so might hand over your personal data to unknown entities or unintentionally spread the fraudulent post among your contacts. Your contacts may then fall prey to the scam, interpreting the shared message as an authentic endorsement.