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Scammers are using fake coronavirus stimulus payment sites to steal your money

Scammers are using fake coronavirus stimulus payment sites to steal your money

As per a study by Check Point, fraudsters are targeting people through stimulus check-themed websites and emails for stealing data and money by sending, for example, emails to people to steal usernames and passwords through fake login forms. The firm said that 4,305 stimulus-related domains have been registered since last month out of those 56 were malicious and 656 were suspicious.

David
David
Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 4 months

Are the scammers also known as "the government", and is their technique of stealing your money called "taxes"?

Nicholas Noel
Nicholas Noel 4 months

Good for them.

James
James 4 months

that's all we need now people praying on the people sick and where they get their checks just to take their money fake scam means you know what I got news for you take these people just take them out and put them in a firing squad don't put him in prison put a bullet through their head simple simple simple scammers piece of craps mark my world little come back to you you prey on the innocent in the ill in the pour your ass is grass when it comes time for judgement your ass is grass and God is a lawn mower

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