It all started yesterday on Facebook group of iGuRu.gr. A sly person posted a post that led to a page offering the Samsung Galaxy S9 for a dollar and your email.
Of course the members of the Group reported the publication and deleted it along with the villain who posted it.
But let's look at fraud:
Fraud exists in Greek (God Make Greek) in subdomain 758oer492.24factsource.com/sgsgr/. The last path gives us the Greek language. Facebook posting says you need to search Google for 758OER492 and click on the first link that appears.
If you follow the instructions, you will need to provide your email as well as your card number in order to receive one dollar.
Beware, it's a scam!
The REMAINING TIME listed on the email collection page is not true. It is constantly changing and aims to mobilize the victim not to lose the super duper offer.
Also on the first page we gave above, all the answers that seem to come from Facebook are fake.
Let's go to the page that asks for your card number now.
The site is on the skeinplay.com domain. This is another one online streaming site that publishes fake videos on youtube. The site collects card numbers and in return will register you in one Regular Membership.
This means more emails, and since it has your card number with the permission to trade (see picture below) it can charge more.
A simple Google search for our domain gave us the following interests:
skeinplay.com is an untrustworthy TV show and movie streaming website. The website claims it gives you access to their library of TV shows and movies, but some of the TV shows and movies they advertise cannot be found on their website. And, after using my credit card information on the website, I have started noticing suspicious charges to my card, transactions from merchants I don't know. I have already contacted my bank and I am currently dispatching the suspicious charges in order to have those charges canceled and my money refunded.