Are you are to find out the reality of social media shares in the name of Kohl’s Club, Morrisons Club and so on offering 1 hour of free shopping to 100 families? You may have found this kind of social media post in the name of Morrisons Club, Kohl’s Club and so on:- “To help our loyal customers – We are going to select 100 Lucky families who can shop as much as they could for up to 1 hour and we will cover all the costs – To Win It Simply Share This Post & Comment ” Thanks” We Will Announce The Winners Within Next 12 Hours, Kohl’s Inc. or Morrisons Inc and so on. And then the account may ask you to click a click such as: “After Sharing The Post Make sure you validate your entry here: [link removed for safety], it takes seconds! You can’t win it without doing so. Thanks”. So, you want to find out either this is real or fake, right? If so, then you should know these are fake social media posts. Let’s find out why below in this post.
The reality of fraud social media posts: Morrisons Club or Kohl’s Club offering 1 hour of free shopping to 100 families
Well, these kinds of social media shares are nothing other than a scam. Even we no need to dig too much to find out it is a scam because if exactly the same post is circulating around in the name of different companies, then obviously that company is not responsible for it. Legit companies will never copy-paste the content of other companies. On top of that, Kohl’s has already confirmed that this is not from Kohl’s about which you can find a tweet by following this link:- twitter.com/Mmtn852697/status/1250033999914950661. Now maybe you are thinking about what is the purpose of this kind of fraud post. What these scammers get by spreading these kinds of fake posts, right? Well, let’s find out.
These kinds of social media shares are nothing other than the phishing activities send with the intention to scam you. These posts are not from Morrisons Club or Kohl’s Club or from any other legit companies but are from scammers. So, whenever you got these kinds of posts or messages, you should not click any link provided on these posts. Instead, you should contact or check on the official website or official social media pages of the respective companies to confirm either these posts or messages are real or fake.
What is the motive behind “Morrisons Club or Kohl’s Club offering 1 hour of free shopping to 100 families” fraud social media posts?
The simple purpose of these kinds of posts is to get free followers on their social media pages so that they can change the name of their social media pages later and make those followers follow something else. However, there may be also a big scam purpose and that is to get your personal and financial information. These kinds of social media posts or messages are being shared by scammers to get your personal information so that they can scam you. So, you should not follow any instructions provided on these posts or messages. If you click any link provided on these posts or download anything from similar types of messages or follow any instructions, then you may end up losing your personal information. The links or files provided on these social media posts or messages may contain some viruses or malware or spyware that can hack your device to get your personal information.
Once these cybercriminals get your personal information, they make money by selling those details. If they get your credit card information, even they can steal money from your credit card. So, you should not follow any instructions provided on these kinds of posts or messages.
These cybercriminals are sending these posts from various social media pages in the name of different reputed companies. So, help us by providing the name of social media pages where you find such kinds of fake posts are shared as well as the name of the companies that they are using to share these kinds of fake posts by using the comment section below.
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