DOZENS cash app scam has been detected on Facebook.
The scams can be found easily with a simple search, researchers say.
Based on Snorea deceptive ad was discovered on Facebook promising $750 in Free Cash App rewards.
The fake ads that allegedly lead to a Google Docs page will ask you for personal information.
A scam like this can steal your data.
This can lead to you being spammed with phishing emails or even identity theft depending on the type of information provided.
One of the deceptive ads noticed by Snopes was posted in May 2021 and has not been removed by Facebook.
If you spot a deceptive Facebook post or ad, you should report it immediately.
To report a post on Facebook, click the three dots at the top right of the post and select “Find support or report a post”.
How to stay safe
If an online offer seems too good to be true, it often does.
Always check to see if an offer or advertisement is from the company it claims to be.
You can do this by checking spelling, sitelinks and looking at the company’s official website.
Never give out personal information online to strangers and use extreme caution with where you enter your banking information.
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