Did you receive a Text Message claiming to be from Revolut Customer support? Read this review to find out why you should be wary of such texts. Is Revolut text scam or legit? Find out more.
What is Revolut Scam Text Messages
Revolut Scam text Messages are fraudulent messages sent by scammers to get your personal information so they can use it to scam you. They come in form text messages claiming to be from Revolut, saying your account has been temporarily locked’ before inviting them to click on a link to update their photo ID. they are however links created by the scammers to obtain personal information from unsuspecting people. The link however links to other phishing websites that trick victims and also hacks their personal information.. However when one clicks on the links they inadvertently send their information to the scammers who uses it fraudulently.
The Text Messages often times contains viruses, spywares, malwares, which are harmful to devices and can hack and destroy a device.
Revolut scam Text Messages Format
A Revolut scam Text Message always comes in this form:
In one text – the first image shown below – the phone number of the sender was ‘11111’ and the link appeared to be a genuine Revolut URL https://revolut.help, although the real web address was disguised. Anyone who clicked on that link was taken to https://revoiut.help (with an ‘i’ instead of an ‘l’). This site was registered on 18 May 2020. We reported it to both Revolut and the domain registrar Namecheap.com, which suspended it immediately. Another text appeared to point to revolut-supportgb.co, but the real web address was also disguised. This one was particularly convincing because it was saved within an existing conversation chain with Revolut
From the Foregoing, it is clear that the Revolut Text Messages is a phishing scam, Users should not click on the link if and when they receive such message.
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