As Sri Lanka suffers from fuel shortages, several fraudulent URLs have emerged, promising the public a way to top off their tanks.
However, all these links are fake and aim to steal user data as well as information.
A fake message is circulating on WhatsApp claiming to give a chance to receive the fuel of your choice.
- The first clue that led us to believe that https://fuel.loanus.online/ was not genuine or real, was its connection to a cash loan site.
- The close second was that the Facebook comments are not hypertexted.
- Last but not least, authorities discontinued the token system introduced for fuel pumping, which proved ineffective when it was launched.
Avoid becoming a victim of data theft.