This smartphone contest in UAE is fake; don't click on it
The entity has warned against opening a link circulating on social media.
The Emirates Post Group (EmPost) has issued an alert over a new scam asking customers to participate in a campaign in their entity's name.
Emirates Post took to Twitter to issue a warning about a fraudulent link/message circulating online that asks for customers' personal information to participate in a contest/draw where they could win a Samsung S10.
We advise that you delete the fraudulent link/message immediately to protect your personal information. We are working with Cyber Security and the authorities to bring an end to this scam and to prosecute those who created it.#EmiratesPost pic.twitter.com/FLcxLkX4e4- ???? ???????? (@EmiratesPostUAE) December 16, 2019
"We advise that you delete the fraudulent link/message immediately to protect your personal information. We are working with Cyber Security and the authorities to bring an end to this scam and to prosecute those who created it," Emirates Post tweeted.
Emirates Post added that they were working with the cyber security team and authorities to end this scam and to prosecute those who created it.
The organisation has urged residents to be wary of this scam, and that they are not liable.
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