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For a small price, they say you can see people’s real life social media details if you sign up.
Unfortunately, once you tap in your details you will actually be paying for a porn site subscription costing £90.30.
They are not what they seem, and will ask you to provide a user name, password and email address.
Once you’ve invested that much in the process, they ask for your credit card details as ‘secure age verification’. But at the bottom in small print it says a bonus offer of a ‘free trial’ for erotic websites.
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