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The "WhatsApp Offers 1000GB Free Internet" Scam

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The "WhatsApp Offers 1000GB Free Internet" Scam

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This year, Whatsapp is celebrating its 10th anniversary, so cyber criminals decided to take advantage of such a moment. The cybercriminals are sending out fake "WhatsApp Offers 1000GB Free Internet" scam messages like the one below, encouraging recipients to share them in order to receive their so-called 1000 GB of free internet to celebrate WhatsApp's 10th birthday or anniversary. But, sharing only help spread the scam, which will help generate revenues via click fraud for the cybercriminals behind it. And, you will not receive the 1000GB of free internet you were promised.

The "WhatsApp Offers 1000GB Free Internet" Scam

WhatsApp Offers 1000GB Free Internet!

We offer you 1000 GB free internet without WiFi!

On the occasion of our 1oth anniversary

WhatsApp

Number of remaining packages 1345

Answer these three simple questions and get 1000GB of free internet

How did know about our offer?

WhatsApp

Facebook

Google

Friends

You must first share the message to receive 1000 GB of free internet. You already share with 0 person.

This scam is similar to the "WhatsApp Unlock Free Internet Access" in 2017, which took potential victims websites that signed them up for premium and costly SMS services or installed spam/malicious third-party apps on their smartphones.

If you someone has shared the scam with you, please do not follow the instructions in it. Tell the persons the message is a scam and share this article with them.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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The "WhatsApp Offers 1000GB Free Internet" Scam