Order farming


Order farming scams usually work under the guise of fake shopping rebates. Scammers may ask you to purchase products from specific websites or complete tasks to get rebates. Of course, everything is fake. After giving you some small rebates to earn your trust, you will not get anything back.


Do not accept friend requests from strangers. Stay alert when someone from your chat groups or contacts offers you exceptionally high rebates. At the same time, avoid providing your sensitive personal information, such as bank account number, ID card number and passport information to anyone.


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