T-Mobile Survey Text 2021 – Fake iPad Pro Giveaway!

Beware of the fake ‘T-Mobile Customer Rewards Program’ pop-up. It is a scam. You wouldn’t receive the Samsung Galaxy S10, Apple Macbook or iPad Pro as claimed.

This review expose everything you need to know about this T-Mobile Survey text, and why it is fraudulent.

How Does The T-Mobile Giveaway Survey Scam Work?

The giveaway message is created by fraudsters who want to steal your personal and financial information. How does this work? It makes people provide their credit card info before they can claim their prize.

If you do so, these scammers will remove every dollar in your bank account. This is because they’re not the legit T-Mobile company, and they don’t have any free phones for you.

The T-Mobile Survey Scam Text

The scam pop-up message goes like this –

Congratulations! You’ve been chosen to receive a brand new iPad Pro. To claim, simply answer a few quick questions regarding your experience with T-Mobile.

T-Mobile Survey Scam Giveway

Don’t be fooled by the comments on the website. They’re all fake. There is no mention of such giveaway at the T-Mobile social media handles below –

If you have submitted financial information on the fake website, immediately contact your bank for help.

Lastly, you can check the comment section below for additional information. Share what you know or ask a question about this article by leaving a comment below.

What Should You Do If You Receive Phishing Texts Like This

No matter how convincing it sounds, you shouldn’t visit the link or links attached to such messages/mails or send your personal information.

The first thing you should do is ignore such messages, and look for reviews online about it.

See similar Giveaway scams – Amazon Package Loyalty Reward, UKPepsi Lottery Scam, Eyeverify, Bath$Body Coupon, Amazon Airpods Raffle Scam, and many more.


Wendy is an Entry-Level Security Analyst who's passionate about cybersecurity and dedicated to protecting people and organizations from emerging threats. She has a strong knowledge of cybercrimes, network security, vulnerability management, and incident response.


  1. I decided to give it a try using a debit card that only had 4 dollar balance and not attached to my regular banking account. It was declined. I knew then it was truly a scam. It really really wanted me to to give them my actual bank account info and the debit card attached to it! Be Wary folks! It’s easy to be persuaded to try it! Thanks so much for your information and research into this!

  2. They don’t even spell T-Mobile right, of course it’s a scam! I got the text saying I won a free iPad from “T-sMobile” These people are scum!

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