May 25, 2022

Got a mail from [email protected]? Scam busted. Beware!

Got a mail from [email protected] and now searching if it is legit? Search no more. This alert provides enough information about the Wewe global scam which disguises itself in many ways such as message from Facebook, Norton, McAfee, Amazon, CBD Oil , USPS, Paypal, Chase Bank, Car shield, Tesco shopping e.t.c. Due to the rise in online scams, we provide genuine reviews that help you decide if a platform is scam or legit or worth your time. Do not disclose your details to any platform or pay for any service without checking its authenticity.

There have been lots of complaint from people receiving this intrusive emails, some have been scammed in the process.

Wewe Global Scam Busted

People have received emails such as:

  • Norton claiming your subscription has ended and you need to renew
  • Messages claiming you have won an iPhone
  • Messages offering you CBD oil
  • Saying you have won an Amazon prize
  • Facebook saying someone tried to log into my account
  • Outlook saying someone tried to log into my account
  • Messages claiming you have been shortlisted to win a Tesla car
  • PayPal claiming you can win a gift card worth $100
  • Microsoft team to set up security information in your account

One very sad thing about this messages is that it is highly intrusive. For those that have realized the scam and blocked the email, the messages keep coming.

These mails are a HUGE SCAM and the handiwork of fraudsters with the intent of stealing your personal details including credit card details. Please don’t fall victim by exposing your personal details or paying any money to these fraudsters. Similar scams Nova Armory, Browsing history scam.

How to prevent being Scammed?

When you get such calls or email. Ensure it is coming from a company mail they are claiming to be representing and not @gmail, @yahoo, @aol and the likes. If it is a number, pen the number down and ask the company they are representing if its a call , its far better to even drop the call without engaging them. Don’t click any links on the email or text message and don’t reply as well. Check for reviews online about the company to ascertain its legitimacy. If it involves PayPal, then checkout how to report here, if it involves your bank, send a report to your bank and immediately hotlist your card. And always ensure you don’t disclose personal details like credit card details, social security details and personal ids. You can also download spam call blocking apps on your phone.

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