Indian actress Shabana Azmi was recently targeted in a cybercrime incident.
Her team warned on Twitter about a phishing scam in her name. Scammers were pretending to be Azmi and asking people to buy things on the App Store.
Azmi’s team filed a police complaint and urged her fans to be careful and report any suspicious messages.
The scammers used two phone numbers: 66987577041 and 998917811675.
They sent messages pretending to be Azmi, asking people to buy things on the App Store.
The messages asked for a $100 payment to download a new app. They also asked for personal information like name, email, and phone number.
If you get a message from someone pretending to be Shabana Azmi, don’t respond or click on any links.
If you need clarification, contact Azmi’s team directly. Cybercrime is a serious problem, so be cautious when receiving messages from unknown people.
Avoid clicking on links or sharing personal information. Use strong passwords and keep your software updated.
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