Financial investments always represent a stimulus and an important attraction, but there is no doubt that it cannot be done at any price. From this section we alert permanently of scams and scams that arrive by SMS or e-mail. In this case, the received SMS invites to invest in Amazon to get spectacular profits. Let’s see what is hidden behind this SMS.
The SMS that promises a lot
One of the things that stands out is that the SMS is received without us having requested absolutely anything from any company. FinanceRep appears as sender, and the text of the message is clarifying: investing in Amazon is a real bargain and will allow you to multiply the investment quickly.
The name of Amazon is nothing more than a hook, since the one who sends this email is not the North American shopping company. Amazon does not communicate with its customers by email, much less invite them to make investments in their own company. The SMS is completed with a link that will take us directly to the page in question. But before taking the step, it is convenient to review some points that will give us a sample of what is hidden behind.
To begin with, the SMS is riddled with misspellings, there are no well-placed punctuation marks, and there are no accents. Also, when something is urgently requested, it is because they are the ones in a hurry, and not you. The website in question is an investment page of a very dubious category in which practically any money that is invested is going to be lost quickly. Investing in shares in a company is not something that is available to anyone and, therefore, the chances of loss are very high. If your desire is to invest in shares of other companies, there are fully trusted websites that you can use for these tasks.
An unsolicited text message to your mobile phone is by no means a good cover letter for a serious company. Therefore, if you have received that text message, it is best that you ignore it and delete it directly. Who avoids temptation, avoids danger. And in this case, what is at risk is your money. These types of communications are becoming more frequent, and although in this case it is a clear investment attempt with a non-guaranteed return, scams are the order of the day and are increasingly difficult to detect. The supposed SMS from Amazon is an attempt to bite you
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