There are so many false features in the letter that it's a miracle anyone actually believed it. Firstly, the official address to India is "Government of India" and not "Indian Government." Secondly, the amount in the bank accounts are mentioned in INR, that too using the Indian denomination system whereas the Swiss bank operates in US dollars, Euro pound, and GB pound, not INR. The telephone code of the bank mentioned in the address section of the letter is 0044, which is actually the code for the U.K. The international code of Switzerland is 0041. Also, the sign of the bank manager is on the right side end of the letter, where as the European system of communication and correspondence uses the left corner of the page for signatures.
Pranksters at 4chan spread around a fake Apple press release claiming iPhones could now be recharged in a household microwave. The phony update was called “Wave”, and it promised to charge iPhones fully after one minute of microwaving. The hoax was taken seriously by enough people for the Los Angeles Police Department to issue a warning. 'This #Wave capability is a #hoax. Don't be fooled into microwaving your #iPhone 6,' LAPD Communications tweeted. The Los Angeles Fire Department have also issued warnings on radio stations, according to Nine News. 'We were alarmed at this notion, because of course any metal inside of a microwave oven can lead to a fire and potentially an explosion,' spokesman Brian Humphrey said.
According to National Report, a satirical news site: “Beginning October 1st, Facebook will be implementing a drug task force designed to arrest those who buy and sell narcotics while using the online social networking site. Facebook is calling the group the Facebook Drug Task Force, or FDTF, and will be monitoring all postings and messages created by its users. Chairman and chief executive of Facebook, Inc., Mark Zuckerberg, spoke with CNN about the FDTF. "The task force was created to keep users of Facebook safe," Zucckerberg said. "The FDTF will be working directly with the Drug Enforcement Agency and local law enforcement agencies. We're gonna put away the bad guys." The article has received 150,000 shares to date. An infamous example is the totally fake “Facebook Drug Taskforce”,
This picture of 11 new born babies lying side by side accompanied by hospital staff was circulated few days ago on the internet. It came with the message that a woman gave birth to all of them at single time. Reality: In reality, the photograph shows 11 kids born to different mothers on 11.11.11 at the 21st Century Hospital & Test Tube Baby Center in Surat, India.
“FACEBOOK JUST RELEASED THEIR PRICE GRID FOR MEMBERSHIP. $9.99 PER MONTH FOR GOLD MEMBER SERVICES, $6.99 PER MONTH FOR SILVER MEMBER SERVICES, $3.99 PER MONTH FOR BRONZE MEMBER SERVICES, FREE IF YOU COPY AND PASTE THIS MESSAGE BEFORE MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. WHEN YOU SIGN ON TOMORROW MORNING YOU WILL BE PROMPTED FOR PAYMENT INFO… IT IS OFFICIAL IT WAS EVEN ON THE NEWS. FACEBOOK WILL START CHARGING DUE TO THE NEW PROFILE CHANGES. IF YOU COPY THIS ON YOUR WALL YOUR ICON WILL TURN BLUE AND FACEBOOK WILL BE FREE FOR YOU. PLEASE PASS THIS MESSAGE ON IF NOT YOUR ACCOUNT WILL BE DELETED IF YOU DO NOT PAY!” Utter, utter nonsense. And yet, every single year—like clockwork—people share similar messages. Facebook is free, and it always will be—just ask Facebook: “Facebook is a free site and wi
This is the exact message getting viral on social media and Whatsapp Groups. People wants a phone having good features by spending less. That's why they are sharing this type of message. Before going in details, just clarifying that this message is 100% FAKE. Now see the below points: Amazon always sell products on their own website, which is http://www.amazon.in (For India). But the saying website is http://amazon.mobile-flashsale.com. They have used sub-domain amazon with their website mobile-flashsale.com. Amazon was launched in 1994 in USA and in 2013 in India. So it cannot be a golden Anniversary offer. Golden Anniversary means 50 Years. If Amazon have to give any offer, they will do it directly on their won website with some competition, games or lucky draw. Above
WhatsAppers beware! There's another scam in town, and it's been catching out LOTS of unsuspecting users. If you have received an exclusive invitation to install a "limited edition" version of the popular messaging app called WhatsApp Gold, don't be fooled. There is only one version of WhatsApp, and it's the version you are already using. Victims of the scam have reportedly received a message that says: "Hey Finally Secret Whatsapp golden version has been leaked, This version is used only by big celebrities. Now we can use it too." The upgrade claims to offer new features such as the ability to have video chats, send 100 pictures at once, and delete messages after you have sent them. Users are then asked to click on a link to download the update. However, the link takes th...