Actually, in that message, the thug had threatened that if you did not give the money, then your photo and other details would be shared to all your contacts i.e. all the friends and relatives present in the mobile and said that you are not cheating. to give money. People pay regardless of their dignity and without getting into legal trouble. At the same time, many people click on the link just to check. In some cases, it has been seen that after clicking on the link, the phone got hacked and the money was transferred by the thugs.
If such a message comes, then it is right to ignore it, how can there be fear when the loan has not been taken.
Do not click on the link given in the message. Do not reply to a message.
Block that message immediately and share the information of receiving such message on WhatsApp status, so that in future if it does something like threat then your contact will be informed about the whole matter.
After receiving the message, do not share your bank details with him at any cost. In such a situation, he can pressurize you by claiming any transaction done in your statement on that day. Apart from this, do not make transactions of the same account in your account. Otherwise, he can declare the transaction as his own.
Pharaoh should report such incident to the police and cyber cell.
If you receive any such message from an unknown number, report it immediately and block it.
Tech News Desk – By now you must have heard about fake loan apps that offer high interest rate loans, harass customers for recovery, but now these illegal loan apps have found a new way of fraud. Inherent fraudsters are attacking even those who have not taken loans. There have been many such cases in which people are getting messages of recovery without taking loans and they are being blackmailed. Today we will tell you how this whole game is going and how you can avoid it. In the last few months, cyber cells in various districts of the country have received complaints that they have received messages regarding loan payments. However, he did not take any loan. Actually, fraudsters get trapped in many ways. They send the message by randomly typing a number, or if a customer has taken a loan and during its file processing, the fraudster gains access to the contact and sends the message. The message says that the due date for the loan taken by you is today. Pay immediately, otherwise your contact will receive a call and message about your fraud. The link is given below in the message.