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Beware of Online Scams! 📢

Recently, a victim fell to a cyber fraud, losing Rs 12.85 lakh in an attempt to generate extra income.

The scammer lured the victim with the promise of earning money from home through posting positive comments on Google reviews.
Initially, the victim was asked to click on a message to post reviews and earn Rs 150 for each positive review. As the trust grew, the fraudster posed as a comp representative, offering the victim paid tasks to earn even more money.
However, there was a twist – the victim had to pay for each task.The victim was assured that the money would be refunded upon task completion.

Unfortunately,he ended up losing Rs 12.85 lakh to the scammer.
Beware of job opportunities received via WhatsApp, emails, or Telegram. Avoid engaging with unknown users on calls if they try to sell something, offer job opportunities, or discuss suspicious topics.

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This incident serves as a reminder for all of us to remain vigilant while navigating the digital landscape.
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