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A recent fake message on the Groupme messaging app of the United States has been trending online and shocked everyone with its content. This kind of fake-promising content can be seen almost everywhere – from newspapers to websites, but this time, it has entered into the messaging world, and people generally tend to believe it.
Groupme messaging app was created by a private company Groupme in 2010 and owned by Microsoft, is a mobile group messaging app where you can share messages with your friends, send money, and interact with other users without sharing their mobile numbers or email ids, all of this without any fee. According to its official website, this app currently uses United States-based numbers.
This famous app is now in everyone’s eyes because of a fake message that claims to have organized a Giveaway of iPad and congratulates its users for winning one. By clicking on the given link in the message, the user is redirected to the fake website of the scammers.
The users, who have clicked on the link for obtaining detailed information of their prize as the recipients, are now the Scam victims.
GroupMe ipad pro winner scam? / Is the GroupMe iPad giveaway real?
The fake Group Me or GroupMe message below, which claims recipients will be sent a free iPad Pro, is a scam.
By writing this article and sharing the information with the audience, we want our readers to beware of such fake messages from unverifiable contacts and websites and not become victims of these scammers. We want to alert you about such scams in the future and thus protect your privacy and personal information.
If you receive this kind of message, delete it and block the source right away. If you see the same on a website or in the form of an advertisement on any social media platforms, do not click on it and immediately block it or refresh the sourcehe fake message is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick potential victims into visiting their fake websites. GroupMe users who have received the fake message are asked to delete it.