Whatsapp, the scam of the voucher of 50 euros to Mcdonald's: what happens if you click on the link
On Whatsapp now are often messages are hoax or even real scams. And this is the case of the message invites users to click on a link to be able to get a voucher of 50 euros to spend at Mcdonald's. Click on this link can be dangerous because it seems it is just another gimmick to steal data of users for purposes far from benevolent. Let's find out what happens if you open this page and fill out the form with the required data.
Users must be careful because open links that run through Whatsapp, but also on socialnetworks, can be really dangerous. And so from the web comes a new straight regarding yet another chain of messages that is going around.
What is being promised to users is that, opening a link, you can get a voucher of 50 euros to spend at Mcdonald's. All very nice, but unfortunately it's a huge hoax. But above all, we are facing a scam.
What happens by opening the link? Users have to fill in a form with their data, need to be able to get this voucher of 50 euro. In this way, the users ' personal data are stolen and who gets them can make us what he thinks most appropriate.
According to the act on the message, the figure would be bestowed by the fastfood chain on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Big Mac. Nothing more false, both in form and content. “Mcdonald's celebrates 50 years of the Big Mac!“, it says on the message that Whatsapp is turning like a real chain. “To celebrate the 50 years of the Big Mac give you a voucher of 50 euros!“. After that, we invite you to click on the link that says: “Hello, click here“.
What to do if you get this message? The first important thing is do not open absolutely the link. The second one is to warn those who shot the message, in good faith, of the scam in the act. At this point, delete the message and never send it to other people.
What you need to consider in this case as in others, is that the large companies do not offer discount coupons through word of mouth. Therefore, any message of this type arrives via Whatsapp or other messengers, not only that of Mcdonald's, it should be trashed and should not be taken into consideration to avoid falling into this trap with all the shoes.
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