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[Warning] Fake lucky draw campaign tries to fool Nokia smartphone users with lump sum cash prize and more

A group of people with ill-motive is now trying to fool Nokia Android smartphone users.

A User on Nokia Community had posted a couple of screenshots and went on saying that the fraudsters sent him an SMS, persuading the recipient to pay a sum of Rs. 6,500 so as to collect a TATA Sarafi car or 1,260,000 INR. And the worst thing is whoever did this claimed to be associated with Nokia.

HMD, however, quickly responded with a warning asked users to ignore this kind of SMS straight away. The company also encourages users to call 18001028169 or email [email protected] for assistance.

Hi everyone!

Please be aware that we have recently become aware that somebody is sending fake/spoof SMS, calls and emails referencing Nokia.com whereby unsuspecting consumers are being asked to submit money/registration fees against a lucky draw. PLEASE DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THESE FAKE OFFERS OR GIVE OUT ANY OF YOUR INFORMATION IN THIS REGARD.

Please contact 18001028169 or [email protected] for any further queries.

Did you ever receive such SMS on your Nokia Android smartphone? What did you do with it? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Rahul Naskar
Rahul has more than 3 years of Tech journalism experience. He likes to write about latest Tech and Gadgets. He has also been covering Tech and Gadget news on another well-known Tech site WinCentral. Write to him at Email: [email protected]
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