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Have you heard of WhatsApp-fraud?

WhatsApp fraud, you think “that won’t happen to me.” Hopefully, you are right. Because the numbers are showing something completely different. In February 2020 Whatsapp counted 2 billion users worldwide. It is no surprise this platform has become a targeted place for fraudsters. Users have become more vulnerable over time because scammers have been using tactics that are becoming more and more ingenious and more effective. WhatsApp fraud is on the rise, causing each victim, on ...

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How to recognize online phishing

How do you protect yourself from online scams? It doesn’t have to be tricky. We have 5 tips that will teach you to recognize phishing (fake emails) and malicious websites. The chance that you will be fooled by cyber criminals will be less likely. Promise! 1. Who is the sender? Even when the name looks real, you cannot rely on the name alone. Anyone can adjust it as desired. More interesting is the email address used to send the message. Click or tap on the sender’s name. You will the...