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SIM-splitting scams - how they work.
The scam works by using a link which appears almost identical to a supermarket chain's legitimate website, but with one small difference.The messenger app was used to send fake project diva x gifts vouchers to people, purporting to be from trusted chains such as Asda, Tesco and Aldi.Image copyright Reuters, scammers have used WhatsApp to trick people into handing over personal information by tempting them with bogus supermarket vouchers.Only shop with companies you know and trust: Watch out for fake websites.Don't be fooled - the message might come from a mate, but it's not a real offer (Image: James Andrews.Tesco shoppers are being ripped off with a fake promotion offering 500.But the retailer isn't giving out any 250 vouchers at all.Shoppers are warned of a supermarket scam as fake Tesco prize draw text messages promise customers 500 or an iPhone but actually charge.50 a message.To help people protect themselves, here are top tips from Action Fraud, Get Safe, NordVPN and Norton Antivirus to keep you safe: Cold calls, dont assume anyone who has called your phone or left you a voicemail message is who they say they are.If you call back, try to use a different line as some scammers keep the line open on their side to trick you.But Action Fraud warns if you click on the URL you are taken to a fake website designed to trick you into handing over personal information.
Action Fraud, the UK's national reporting centre for fraud and cyber crime, suggests anyone who has fallen victim to this scam to report it online or call.
The scam is a form of phishing, where fraudsters pose as reputable organisations to gain personal details.