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Earlier, The Hindu mentioned that a “Mumbai resident Gayatri Pisekar acquired a WhatsApp message from an unknown number, which covered the KBC logo, a photo of Mr. Bachchan, and a voice message. One of the current messages being forwarded broadly on WhatsApp is of Kaun Banega Crorepati imparting a lottery ticket of Rs. 25 lakh. A faux message about the famous recreation exhibit is doing the rounds on the instantaneous messaging app.
Fake WhatsApp message: Fraudsters are lively once more with the beginning of the tenth season of the Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC) TV show. These fraudsters are calling Indians from overseas and luring them to get rewards well worth Rs 25 lakh. Know important points of rip-off here. The message in addition notes that the supervisor will inform about the subsequent system and solely a WhatsApp name can be made on his quantity at +91- 6354957713. Do word that this is a pretend message and KBC doesn’t prepare any such fortunate draw competition.
On Google search, we determined that various such instances of fraud messages associated with KBC have been mentioned through residents round the country. The Times of India pronounced on October 7, that a faux name saying, “Congratulations, predominant Amitabh Bachchan ke ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ exhibit se bol Raha hoon. Lucky draw mein aap ka quantity pick out hua hai, aap Rs25 lakh jeet chuke ho.”