Fraudulent Online Forms at wufoo.com Created by Scammers

Online users, be aware of links that go to fraudulent forms on the legitimate website www.wufoo.com. The fraudulent forms are created by scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into submitting their personal, credit card and other sensitive information. Once the scammers receive the information, they will use it fraudulently.

Fraudulent Online Forms at wufoo.com Created by Scammers

The scammers may use the names of legitimate companies to trick their potential victims into believing the form is legitimate.

Here is an example:

Nestle.wufoo.com

The link to the form above was not created by Nestle, but by scammers. The form has since been taken down by wufoo.com.

Remember, be careful of unsolicited emails or text messages with links to online forms that request sensitive information. And report suspicious or fraudulent forms to wufoo.com, so they may take them down.

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  • August 13, 2018 at 10:22 AM by an anonymous user from: Perry, Florida, United States

    Got this in a text from 1-714-922-3835:

    Thanks for getting back to know more about the car sticker program. Kindly click the link for detail blueprintfruitjuice.wufoo.com/ forms/my00jji1ykhmtv/

  • June 3, 2018 at 3:34 PM by info

    Nestle.wufoo.com is sending text messages from 513-815-8461.

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