Here You Go Instagram Link Scam

Instagram users, if you received messages or posts with links that have the message "Here You Go" in them, please do not click the links, just delete the messages or posts. This is because the links are malicious. Clicking them will take you to spam, fake survey, phishing, and malicious websites.

Here You Go Instagram Link Scam

The scammers or cybercrimials sometimes send vague messages that make potential victims curious, which will entice them to click the malicious link.

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Here You Go Instagram Link Scam