As an example, in the above screenshot they are offering Air Jordan’s with a price drop of 87%.Furthermore, all the shoes are in stock in various sizes. Let's concentrate on the geographical location of the scam now.
People are also likely to be more susceptible to phishing attempts when they are in an environment they know very well and is shared by their friends and relatives.
The latest fake deals we have come across are fake Nike websites being shared on social networks.
The purpose of this particular Nike scam is for cybercriminals to make money.
Once a customer makes a purchase, the cybercriminals charge their credit card for products that will never arrive at their doorstep.
You might be asking yourself why anyone would fall for a cheap scam like this.
The number of times we blocked people from accessing the websites is low, which may be a result of people marking the posts as spam to Facebook, and Facebook taking them down.