ALERT-Beware of fake links in your phone's message box

ALERT-Beware of fake links in your phone's message box 

People are constantly getting messages that promise them a fortune.
ALERT-Beware of fake links in your phone's message box
Hackers are active-Do not open fake links, take a screen shot and then delete them from your phone. 

Of and on people are falling prey to fake links being sent in messages over mobile phones. These messages are being dropped now-a-days through SMS to almost more than half the public.  Police and cyber cell are actively taking care and alerting people regarding such messages but people are still tempted to open such links. 

The messages promise you free mobile data, surprise cash prizes, cars and 2-wheelers and what not. Some people have been called to deposit a security amount before claiming their awards which could bring them luxurious cars. 

We are once again alerting the public to stay away from such messgaes. Please take screen-shots of these messages and forward them to the cyber cell and delete them from your phone. Although it has not been specified that these numbers can be traced, yet you can stay alert and let the others know of the numbers that are sending these messages. 

Some of the numbers are also in series and are likely to mislead the masses and rob them off their hard earned money. Here are some numbers that we have noted down for you...
78499-03821, 78499-05825, 78499-01990, 82391-3287, 82394-88897, 88249-08268...These are just a few but there are multiples of such numbers which keep offering cash and other awards. 

Please do not fall prey to such messages as these messages will not fetch you anything good, instead they are sure to rob you off your money which you may or may not get back at all. 

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