There is an ongoing Yeti Backpack Cooler Scam Email and Dick’s Sporting Goods Giveaway Directing you to a phishing website saying Dick’s Sporting Goods or Ace Hardware is giving away a Yeti Hopper M20 Backpack Cooler and it’s “expiring soon” or “pending” Beware! It is a scam.
It comes in this format-
Subject: You’ve been chosen
From YETI-BackpackCooler [email protected]
Yeti Backpack Cooler Scam Email- How does it work?
Scammers that have ulterior motive to lure and defraud unsuspecting individuals send this Yeti Backpack Scam Text to people saying that Dick’s Sporting Goods or Ace Hardware is giving away a Yeti Hopper M20 Backpack Cooler and it’s “expiring soon” or “pending”
Do not be deceived. It’s all Scam! The text messages contains viruses, spywares, malwares, which are harmful to devices and can hack and destroy your mobile phone.
Received Yeti Backpack Cooler Scam Email Scam Text? Do The Following!
You should delete the text message immediately as it is obviously a phishing scam. Meanwhile, do not forget to inform your family and friends. Please they should not click on the link if and when they receive such message.
Also, you can report scams, untrustworthy websites and tell us why you consider the websites fraudulent. See similar phishing scam; Local Depot 44 Scam Text, Wal Tracking Scam, Delware BPO Scam, Publix 90TH Anniversary, etc.
Why You Should Report A Scam Text
Reporting a suspicious text is free and only takes a minute. By reporting, you can:
- reduce the amount of scam texts you receive
- make yourself a harder target for scammers
- protect others from cyber crime online
Have You Responded To The Scam Text?
- Learn how to protect yourself if you think you’ve shared personal information.
- If you’ve visited a website you think is suspicious, you can report a scam website or link to us.
If you’ve lost money or have been hacked as a result of responding to a suspicious phone call, you should report it:
- In England, Wales or Northern Ireland, visit www.actionfraud.police.uk or call 0300 123 2040.
- In Scotland, report to Police Scotland by calling 101.
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