This is how the messages might look: The scam was exposed by anti-virus experts Symantec, who explained more here.
There are at least 13 of these fake websites, Symantec reports.
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.
By 1958 magazine could observe that “in the nation’s expense-account economy, nobody is anybody unless he can say, ‘Charge it.’” That same year, newspapers revealed that a Hollywood divorce settlement had spelled out who was to retain custody of the couple’s Diners Club card.
But would the rise of the credit card be a boon or a curse to the citizenry?