UAE National Day WhatsApp scam warning issued
Prize scam targets Emiratis.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has cautioned the public not to believe online scam messages about prizes to be won on occasion of UAE's 48th National Day on December 2.
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In a statement issued by the TRA on Sunday, the recent scam particularly targets Emiratis - a fake prize WhatsApp message containing a link that if one clicks, would give away the personal information of the user.
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The authority, however, urged everyone in the country to ignore such messages and stay safe.
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