Screwfix Dewalt Giveaway Fathers Day WhatsApp Competition Scam

Screwfix Dewalt Giveaway Fathers Day WhatsApp Competition Scam

The "Screwfix Free Drill" Father's Day giveaway scam competition below, which claims participants will get a free DeWalt drill, is spreading like wildfire on social media platforms WhatsApp and Facebook. The Screwfix Giveaway scam tricks potential victims into visiting the spam and fake survey website, "tinyurl5 ru", which tricks them into buying unwanted products or services, and disclosing their personal information, which will be used fraudulently.

The Screwfix Fathers Day Giveaway Scam

Screwfix Fathers Day Giveaway Scam

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The scammers also trick potential victims into sharing the scam via WhatsApp.

The Screwfix Scam on Whatsapp

Screwfix Scam on Whatsapp

If you have received the Screwfix Competition scam, just delete it and let the sender knows it is a scam.

Screwfix is aware of the "Screwfix Fathers Day" scam. They said they would never ask their customers to provide any personal details via WhatsApp in order to enter a competition. And, if you believe you have been a victim of a scam, please report to Action Fraud at

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  • July 11, 2022 at 1:10 PM by an anonymous user from: West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

    Just don't touch it with a bargepole...or give any personal details

  • June 17, 2022 at 8:09 AM by an anonymous user from: Salford, England, United Kingdom

    Thank for letting us know.

  • June 17, 2022 at 6:02 AM by an anonymous user from: E2, London, England, United Kingdom

    Any advice for people who have sent it on to a handful of friends via WhatsApp before realising it's a scam and divulging any personal info? Or does the very fact that it's been forwarded via their platform put people at risk?

    • June 19, 2022 at 2:23 AM by an anonymous user from: City of London, London, England, United Kingdom

      I have this question. Never gave any personal info but when I didn’t have enough contacts to end it to I googled and realised it wasn’t a scam, this is what happens when you trust friends that things are genuine 🙈

  • June 17, 2022 at 2:52 AM by an anonymous user from: Greater London, England, United Kingdom

    I don't get how people could be so silly in accepting it and come on DeWalt? Your better off doing it by hand

  • June 16, 2022 at 7:39 AM by an anonymous user from: Mill Hill, London, England, United Kingdom

    Thanks for confirming my suspicions. I always check any link that ends in ".ru" before clicking on it!

  • June 16, 2022 at 4:40 AM by an anonymous user from: Czechowice-Dziedzice, Woj. Slaskie, Poland

    Looks like a scam from Russia.

  • June 16, 2022 at 4:22 AM by an anonymous user from: Bockenheim, Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany

    If I don’t put my address in as I couldn’t send it to 20 people can they still access my private details .

    • June 16, 2022 at 7:09 AM by info

      No. The aim is to trick you into submitting your information.

      • June 16, 2022 at 9:32 AM by an anonymous user from: Weavering, Maidstone, England, United Kingdom

        I just read that they try and make you pay £1.75 for a voucher (not sure what for - the prize?) and then have your bank details.

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Screwfix Dewalt Giveaway Fathers Day WhatsApp Competition Scam