Last Updated on May 7, 2023 by hassan abbas
Social media is a good way to stay in touch with friends and family, but it can also be a place where scammers try to take advantage of you. Learn about some common scams that appear on Facebook and how to spot them! This article will provide you with some of the telltale signs that someone may be a scammer so that you can avoid falling prey to them!
Ruhul Garage (7407931128) is a fraudster who does the frauds on an app named as “Magicbricks”. He has listed a fake property (with fake images & address) on Magicbricks app.
He doesn’t share his location and says that location can only be shared after a transaction of 2000 INR as that amount will be used to create a visitor id.
He talks with you very gently and convinces you to pay an amount of 2000 INR. Then another person will call you and say that he’s the manager (9708417906) and he’ll create the visitor id for you. He asks for your identity proof image via whatsapp. And after that, he says to pay an amount of 6999 INR while remaining on the call and you’ll get the refund within 2 minutes.
If you’ll not make the payment, Ruhul Garage will call and try to convince you more and more. If you made the transaction to Ruhul Garage, then another will call you again and say that you have to make payment to him, not another one.
Then they’ll force you to make another payment of 6999 INR, and if you refuse to make another amount or you say to refund your money. They’ll tell you to wait and you’ll get the refund in some time.
After a few hours if you call them back, Ruhul Garage says that you’ll get a call from another person (9091255785) and he’ll refund your money. Then that person will call you and ask how much amount you have in your bank account and say to share a screenshot with him.
It’s the last thing you’ll hear if you don’t do what they say. After that they’ll not answer your calls or messages. So beware of these fraudsters.
How to Spot a Scam
Here are some tips on how to stay away from Ruhul Garage:
- Do not give away personal information like your phone number or email address.
- Do not send money immediately if you meet someone online. Talk to the person first and make sure they are genuine.
- Do not agree to anything without reading the full agreement first. If something seems too good to be true, it probably is!
Anatomy of a Scam
If you are ever approached by Ruhul Garage, be very careful. He seems like a really nice person, and it may be tempting to get involved with him because he seems so sincere. However, there is something fishy about him. Here are some things to watch out for when talking to him:
He will always want you to pay him upfront for his services. Don’t do this – he is likely trying to scam you.
He will try to convince you that he has special powers or knowledge that you need in order to improve your life. Again, don’t trust him – he is likely just trying to take advantage of you.
He will make vague promises about how much better your life will be if you work with him. Again, don’t believe him – this is just another way he is trying to scam you.
He wants to control every aspect of your life. If he pressures you into doing anything against your wishes, be careful – he may be up to no good.