Malicious Websites - "whatsappat.com" and "perfect-player.com"
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The fake websites will also promise online users a chance to view a video, if they complete a few surveys, but there is no video and the scammers or cybercriminals will get paid for each completed surveys.
So, following the instructions on the fake websites will make the cyber-criminals and scammers make a lot of money, while the online users who were tricked into the following the instructions left feeling disappointed.
Note: Some of the information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.
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