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Text Message Scams From Ugfgs.me, Gl5y.me or Vor.in.net

Beware of the Ugfgs.me scam. It is a text message informing you about a financial transaction on your account and updating you on a non-existent ISP balance. The domain name varies as well – it could also be gl5y.me or vor.in.net. We’ll address all these phone scams below. Let’s see.

Here is how the scam works – a screenshot of the text message:

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Alternative Text Message About ISP Balance

Here is the content of the text message (word for word): “Transaction Complete. Please check your updated ISP balance on your plan with available coupons in your account“.

As you can see, this text has some grammar mistakes. If you spotted them, it’s easy for you to avoid the fraud. Unfortunately, many others do not notice the red flags.

The locked Ugfgs.me scam is not new. They will probably keep coming for the next few months, too.



3 Ways To Spot a Scam

Whether it is about the Ugfgs.me scam or other suspicious text messages, there are 3 ways you can consider to identify fraud:



  1. You can run the website’s URL in the Scam Detector’s website validator.
  2. The text message is unsolicited and contains an attachment.
  3. The message requests personal information, like a credit card number or login credentials.

 



Ugfgs.me Scam: How To Report

Warn your family and online friends about the Ugfgs.me Scam. Please share this article on social media. You can also officially report the scammers and the suspicious phone numbers to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) using the link below:

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How To Prevent Identity Theft

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