The microblogging website Twitter comes up with new trending topics every other day. If you check today’s trending section on the website you will find the#iPhonescam trending on Twitter in pretty blue highlights. If you don’t already know what the sham is about, let us enlighten you- Users today have been posting about an alleged fraudster who had been scamming people.
I opened Twitter to see people celebrating India’s win today and what I find is some iPhone scam trending. Ab ye kya ghotala hai?
— Ujjwala Singhania (@ujjsinghania) February 16, 2021
— Ayush (@itsayus28954913) February 17, 2021
The trick was called out by a YouTuber where the fraudster was supposedly offering iPhones at inconceivably low costs which didn’t actually add up. At that point, a progression of tweets and allegations against the individual made him a moving theme on the miniature contributing to a blog site.
Here’s how Twitter is handling the iPhonescam
— bhati_ji_Kehte Hen.. (@BhatijiH) February 17, 2021
— 𝓐𝓳𝓪𝔂 𝓨𝓪𝓭𝓪𝓿 (@0_d_i_n) February 17, 2021
— राहुल कुमार (@penmanrahul) February 17, 2021
— Prapti Buch (@p4prapti) February 17, 2021
🇺🇸 : Investigation will decide guilty or not
🇮🇳 : His name will decide, he is guilty or not
— I am Hitler son ????🏹🚜 (@Sohelrana5252) February 17, 2021
More Twitter meme material-
— Hemanshi Tewari (@kanpuriiyaa) February 17, 2021
Promise Delivered pic.twitter.com/WlUnxju0M1
— Ary Sangwan 🇮🇳 (@Arysangwan) February 17, 2021
— Andolan-Jivi Chronology वाले_बाबा (@aflatoon391) February 17, 2021
#iPhoneScam RW Influencers:
Before After pic.twitter.com/BpHu1vYBDi
— Sakshi Arora (@MujeSakshiMaano) February 17, 2021
Because of the way that the trick got moving via online media, Patel took to Twitter to react to a portion of his allegations. He says that the conveyance of iPhones is postponed in light of restricted accessibility of the item, which doesn’t completely add up. He pronounced the offer isn’t a trick and none of the allegations had any legitimacy.
Me as an android user : pic.twitter.com/5M5UdbaMvj
— Rahul Choudhury (@iRahulChoudhury) February 17, 2021
— Lucky Kumar (@LuckyKu72242626) February 17, 2021
After watching #iPhoneScam is Trending
Android user to iphone user be like : pic.twitter.com/A59LSpU7J8
— Sanskriti Sharma (@Sanskriti_shrm) February 17, 2021
— Ankur Singh (@iAnkurSingh) February 17, 2021