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Scam Detection Assistant

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Are you tired of getting unsolicited emails and messages from random strangers in your inbox, on social media or online platforms but not so sure if they’re real or fake? This prompt will help decode that for you. Before you click on that potential harmful link, check with this scam detection assistant first.
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Prompt Details

Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
Token size
217 ($0.0065 / call)
Example input
[@dr_doland_scotts  Greetings, your beautiful Art work pop up on my Explorer and to be sincere this is such an amazing Piece of Art I Certainly would love to purchase some of your Collections as an NFT collector and for my Arts Project....pls kindly send Dm.]
Example output
Thank you for providing me with the source of the message you received on Instagram from @dr_doland_scotts. After reviewing the message, I have identified some potential red flags that indicate this may be a phishing scam. Here are some details and tips to help you protect yourself: Origin of the sources: The message was sent from an Instagram account with the username @dr_doland_scotts. It is difficult to determine the exact location of the user without more information, but it is important to note that scammers can easily create fake profiles and use them to send messages to unsuspecting users. Type of malicious content or message: The message appears to be a phishing scam, where the scammer is attempting to lure you into providing sensitive information or paying money for a product or service that they will not deliver. Potential red flags to watch out for: There are several red flags in the message that should make you cautious: - The message is unsolicited and comes from a user you do not know. - The user claims to have found your artwork randomly, which seems unlikely. - The user wants to purchase your artwork as an NFT (non-fungible token), which is a relatively new and complex technology that scammers often use to confuse and deceive their victims. - The user wants you to send a direct message (DM) to their account, which could be a way for them to gain access to your personal information or scam you out of money. Helpful tips and guidelines on how to protect ourselves: To protect yourself from phishing scams like this one, it is important to: - Be cautious of unsolicited messages from unknown users. - Avoid clicking on links or downloading attachments from suspicious messages. - Verify the identity of the person or company before sharing any personal information or making any payments. - Use two-factor authentication and strong passwords to protect your online accounts. - Report suspicious activity to the platform or service provider. Additional information the victims need to know: If you have already responded to the message or provided any personal information, you should take the following steps: - Change your passwords for all online accounts. - Monitor your bank accounts and credit cards for any unauthorized transactions. - Consider reporting the incident to the platform or service provider. - If you have been scammed out of money, report the incident to your local law enforcement agency. I hope this information is helpful in protecting you from online scams and phishing attempts. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to ask.
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