RoboKiller Identifies New Coronavirus Phone Scams

SOUTH AMBOY, N.J., March 20, 2020- RoboKiller, the mobile app that eliminates spam calls and texts, announced today it has identified new potentially harmful phone call scams and text message scams related to the Coronavirus pandemic and is advising consumers how they can protect themselves.

Using RoboKiller’s advanced technologies, the app has identified a new phone call scam asking callers to participate in a survey about Coronavirus and its potential impact on the stock market. The robocall prompts callers to “press 1” to be connected at which point they become vulnerable to a potentially dangerous scam. You can hear the scam in its entirety here.

Similarly, RoboKiller has identified a text message scam asking callers if they are prepared for Coronavirus and when and how to use protective masks. The text prompts users to follow a link, which could lead them to a harmful website. You can view the text message scam here.

RoboKiller uses machine learning, audio fingerprinting and other advanced technologies to stop these dangerous scams from ever reaching consumers. RoboKiller warns consumers to take extra precautions to protect themselves:

As the COVID-19 outbroke across the world, some hackers have developed a software that would enable people to scan the scam calls and messages.  Robokiller has developed on-demand apps that can put a check on these scammers and hackers. Like wise, Panacea Infotech is an expert  in providing on-demand services that will help people to access the services online using on-demand apps. Collaborate with us to develop an on-demand solutions in these critical times.