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"Samsung Galaxy S10 or Apple iPhone X" Survey Scam

Online users, if you have received messages like the one below, which claim you were selected to receive a Samsung Galaxy S10 or Apple iPhone X, please do not follow the instructions in it. This is because the messages are scams created by cybercriminals to steal their potential victims' personal and credit card information.

Samsung Galaxy S10 or Apple iPhone X Survey Scam
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The "Samsung Galaxy S10 or Apple iPhone X" Survey Scam

Dear user,

Congratulations! You are one of the 100 users that we selected to receive the chance to win an Samsung Galaxy S10 or Apple iPhone X.

Congratulations!

25 August 2019

We wish to thank you for the long use of a services from [location removed]!

Every Sunday we randomly select several users to take a short survey. In return, we offer them the chance to receive a valuable gift from our sponsors. This survey allows us to better understand users and make our products better. It will not take more than 30 seconds of your time.

You can win the new Samsung Galaxy S10 or Apple iPhone X. All you need to do to receive a gift is to answer the following 8 questions.

Remember: 100 randomly selected users have received this invitation. The number of gifts is limited.

You have 4 minutes and 07 seconds to answer the following questions before we give your gift to another happy user! Good luck!

Which device are you currently using?

PC / Notebook

Smartphone

Tablet

Online users who have already been tricked are asked to contact their banks for help. They should let their banks know that they unknowingly entered their credit card information on a fake or phishing website created by cybercriminals or scammers.

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  • July 26, 2020 at 1:38 PM by an anonymous user from: Wimborne Minster, England, United Kingdom

    I was just contacted seemed plausible until I was asked for my bank details. Why would I be asked for my bank details for a £1? At that stage, I pulled out. I give no-one my bank details. Pity they couldn't get a proper job and leave us in peace.

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