New Delhi | Urvashi Kapoor:  Jagran New Media’s Fact Checking website Vishvas News debunked a post claiming that Amul has shared a link that claims to offer them Rs 6,000 for completing a survey in its 75th Anniversary. Vishvas News investigated and found the claim to be fake. Cyber security experts advice against clicking on any suspicious links.
 
The fact checking team Vishvas News started its investigation by clicking on the link given in the message. The link prompted to answer few survey questions and further share the link with Whatsapp contacts. Vishvas News contacted the customer care department of Amul. The official named Shivam said that the viral post is a scam and users should not click on any such suspicious link.
 
As per Cyber Security Expert, Atul Narula from the International Institute of Cyber Security (IICS), users should always check messages if they are fake or real before forwarding them on WhatsApp or clicking on any link in a message.
 
Vishvas News team contacted Amul and they shared that the viral post is a scam. Vishvas News also contacted Cyber Security Expert, Atul Narula from the International Institute of Cyber Security. As per the expert, users should always check messages and verify them before forwarding.
 
Viral survey link of Amul 75th Anniversary is fake. Cyber Security specialist advises against clicking on suspicious links.
 
The post is a scam and users should not click on the link.
 
This fact check story of Vishvas News and its step by step debunking process can be read here.
 
To read other fact check stories by Vishvas News, click here.

Posted By: Sugandha Jha