Facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world. This social networking site is also used extensively for advertisements. Many of these advertisements are correct. At the same time, you will find many such advertisements on Facebook which you may find expensive to click on. Many times you will see such advertisements in which it will be claimed that an expensive smartphone is being found at a very cheap price. Here we are telling you how you can identify these fake advertisements and avoid them.
Don't get caught by the 'cheap'
Many times attempts are made to cheat people in the name of Flipkart or any other website. For example, the iPhone 11 Pro is claimed to be available for just Rs 4,999. In the add, fraudsters also use the logo of Flipkart. In such a situation, it is to be noted that the URL of the counterfeiters provided to you by the fraudsters is fake.
Lure of big discount
In such an ad, big discounts are usually offered on expensive products. For example, on Flipkart India, you have an iPhone 95 percent cheaper.
goes. It is better to avoid such advertisements. You may have to pay a heavy price when they get into a fraud.
Use of fake URLs
As we told you earlier, fraudsters use fake URLs. As soon as you click on the discounted link on Flipkart, it takes you to the fake Flipkart page. Shopping from here can make you feel very hot.
How to identify fake ad
These ads usually look genuine. Counterfeiters use the original logos of the companies they cheat. So the best way to identify them is to identify the URL. If you click on Flipkart's iPhone discount add, then the website you land on will be Flipkxrt instead of Flipkart. By this you can understand that this website is fake.