New cases of cybercrime are often seen. Scammers are using new tricks to trick people. With WhatsApp hacks and sometimes fake calls, cybercriminals catch people in the trap of fake bill payments.
Scammers reportedly try to implicate people by pretending to pay bogus bills. In the past, people have provided information about many of these cases on social media platforms.
Scammers are sending electricity bill messages to catch users. It is written that if they do not deposit the bill on time, their connection will be disconnected.
The bullies are sending false messages.
Along with this message, you are also sending the number of a fake electrical official. The thugs reportedly call themselves electrical department employees and then inform customers of their outstanding bills. He often contacts people on WhatsApp as soon as a person is ready to pay the electricity bill.
These criminals ask users to transfer money to a personal Google Pay (Gpay) account. Messages and these people are also trying to ensnare some users in their deception by calling them.
Call even on behalf of a phone bill
Telecommunications departments, including electricity and police departments, are also raising awareness to prevent fraud. These thugs are trying to implicate people in the name of electricity and phone bills.
keep these things in mind
There are only a few ways to avoid them. First, educate yourself and your family. Do not share your OTP with an unknown person. If you receive any such messages, please check their source first. Avoid making payments to any private account. Do not contact or share your contact details with any unknown person.