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The only purpose of chat bots like the one we encountered, is to trick people into signing up and submitting their credit card details insecurely.
Whoever gains access to the requested information (name, card number, CVC/CVV code and so on) can use your credit card on the internet for whatever they want.
But what is really behind these contact requests and why do people bother?
To find that out we played along and the following conversation ensued: At first sight it appears to be someone looking for companion.
There goes our free date and at the same time this reveals the true aim of this scam: credit card fraud.
“Safe Secure Encrypted” sounds good, but unfortunately we are not convinced of the accuracy of this statement.
That’s a chilling thought, as scammers won’t waste any time in getting their hands on your money.
The Internet of Things is a growing area that seems to have no boundaries.
I said no, and they automatically locked down my card.
Today they called to confirm that it was fraud and my new card should be in the mail soon.
But the dialogue is suspiciously general, questions are never really answered and the responses don’t allow for a meaningful discussion of any kind.
When asking “Are you a bot” the invariable answer is “lol no i’m not a bot silly.” The contact in our example has listed their birthdate as 1980, but claims to be 25 years old.