Today, almost everyone has access to the Internet, but not all of us use it with good intentions. There are many pitfalls internally, especially for the less experienced, and it is precisely in this group of people that internet fraudsters get the most enriched. This time, the fraudsters pretend to be the Facebook page of the popular network of electronics stores, NAY.
The fake NAY page is interested in your finances
According to user comments below the official NAY website, this fake site is interested in your money. Specifically, it asks for the account number and the amount you have deposited in it. In addition, it sends friend requests to users to make it easier for them to connect.
NAY also encourages you not to respond to similar contact attempts or to click on unknown links. The comments also mention that he does not consider her suspicious after the report and its subsequent evaluation. This is due to the fact that the site has still not been reported by enough users and Facebook is therefore unlikely to be sufficiently substantiated.
What to do if you run into it?
If you run into a cheater, you don’t have to cry right away. If there have been unauthorized movements on the account in favor of fraudsters, it is possible to request a refund of the stolen amount through your beneficiary’s bank. You should also report the incident to the police and file a criminal complaint at the same time.
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