Fake alert

Date05/12/2024
AuthorIsaac
Details / precisionsCan I get the real link for fake transfer reflecting

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  • stop_da_scammers 05/13/2024 at 02:01 PM

    What kind of fake transfer are you talking about?

    If it's a bank, you can call your local branch and ask about any pending transfers.

    If it's an email, check the FROM email address and make sure it's from the platform (paypal, venmo, cashapp etc) there are fake payments that claim you need to pay upfront (advance fee scams) These are fake. You should not have to pay to get paid.

    If it's a website, make sure the website itself is legit - there are a lot of fake banks or fake crypto investment sites online. It will make it seem like you got gains, commissions but when you go to withdrawal you get hit with fake fees they claim you need to pay.

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