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IP11 Pro Max Scam with Link to nzbtb

The "IP11 Pro Max" text message below with a link to is a scam. Therefore, recipients are asked NOT to follow or click on the link in it. The fake text message, which claims recipients can win an iPhone 11 Pro, is being sent by scammers who are attempting to trick recipients into clicking the link in it, which goes to spam and malicious websites.

IP11 Pro Max Scam with Link to nzbtb

The IP11 Pro Max Text Scam

From: 1 (347) 820-0739

You have a present of IP11 Pro from us, get it ASAP here

If you have recieved the fake iPhone Pro text, please post it in the comment section below, then delete it. The fake text I received came from telephone number 1-347-820-0739.

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  • November 2, 2020 at 10:26 AM by info

    From 646-812-6842: Congrats *** You just won 1 brandnew IP11 Pro as our selected member of AMZ prime. Claim it here

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