Videospm Scam Video on Facebook Messenger

Videospm Scam Video on Facebook Messenger

If you have received what appears to be a video on Facebook Messenger with a link to saying: "this looks like you", do not attempt to click or open so-called video. This is because the so-called video is a fake and scam being used by scammers to trick potential victims into visiting spam, phishing, virus and other malicious websites that steals account credentials, personal and financial information.

The Videospm scam usually contains following texts:

  • 'This looks like you in this video'
  • 'I think you appear in this video'
  • 'It looks like someone you know was in this car crash'

So, if you see a message or post with the above message with a link to over the messsage), just delete it.

If you have already been tricked into the scam into disclosing financial information, please contact your bank for help. If you were tricked into disclosing your account credentials, please change your online account passwords.

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Note: Some of the information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.
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Videospm Scam Video on Facebook Messenger